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Just as Gotham City has Batman and Robin, London has Knight and Squire – the British heroes and frequent allies of The Dark Knight! In a secret bar within the city where peace is kept magically, heroes and villains gather to enjoy a pint and talk about their day. But what happens when the magical barriers that disallow fighting are dropped and a building full of heroes and villains confront each other all at once? Knight and Squire have to keep the peace and save both friend and foe in this 6-issue miniseries from hot writer Paul Cornell (ACTION COMICS, Captain Britain and MI:13) and up-and-coming artist Jimmy Broxton (THE UNWRITTEN).


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DC's Britain Shines Bright in This Quirky Debut 0

The initial reading of the first issue of Knight and Squire can be a bit frustrating. Very little in happens in the issue, and the titular characters themselves seem especially secondary to the goings on. Add to this the fact that the majority of the book is written in thick British and Cockney slang, and you have something that feels completely impenetrable. (A glossary of puzzling references for "Colonists" is offered at the end of the book, showing at least some effort to clarify for those wh...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Meet London's Batman and Robin 0

Last time I saw Knight & Squire was in Batman and Robin when they help Batman and Batwoman with resurrecting the original Batman. My first experience with these two was in Batman: The Black Glove. The duo seem like a cool bunch, and I wondered why this group had a recent series. These two are basically the Batman and Robin of London, but I will tell you right now the way things are done in London is completely different from things in Gotham City. Pros: Here's something you don't see...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Review: Knight and Squire #1 0

The Knight and Squire solve some arguments and disputes going down in Britain's #1 superhero pub.  The Good Cornell keeps this fun, light and charming with some truly clever creations for the British comics scene. I reminded me of some the whimsical pun-based characters who've come out of the better Astro City stories. My favorites were definitely the Milkman and the British Joker. Broxton's art also has an appealing robustness that reminded me of Mark Buckingham's. You could almost smell the s...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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