“Just think of me as one of your ROBINS!” (Batman: White Knight #8 Comic Review)

Batman: White Knight #8

Script, Art, Covers: Sean Murphy

Colors and Cover Colors: Matt Hollingsworth

Letters: Todd Klein

The extra-sized finale of one of the top-selling miniseries of 2018! Gotham City is under ice and Neo Joker is the most wanted villain in Gotham. As the GTO race down with Batmobiles through the icy roads, they must team up with the person they hated most…Batman. Now, Batman and Jack Napier have joined forces to save Gotham and take down Neo Joker and her army. As things start to take form and everyone is on the same page to take down the new threat, The Joker claws his way out of Jack. Can Jack still be trusted?  You do not want to miss the final issue!

What you need to know:

Sadly this amazing mini-series has come to an end. It had everything we wanted in a Batman comic and more. Meshing Tim Burton’s Batman, The animated series, and Batman lore throughout the years, this final issue packs a punch that will leave you breathless. Action, Drama, and Romance all in one epic finale; the entire miniseries as a while left me speechless and was so good that it sold out of the shelves like hot cakes. From seeing a different take on The Joker and his new political points of view, trying to save Gotham, and coming to terms with is opposition with Batman; Sean Murphy and Matt Hollingsworth did an out of this planet job.

What you’ll find out:

It has come to this, the final battle! The GTO vs every super-villain in Gotham City under a snowy tomb, Ready yourselves for an over the top battle that will leave you on the edge of our seat. For the first time, Batman and Jack work side by side, only this time The Joker has a front seat to all the action and he seems to be on the same side as Batman. Batgirl and Nightwing have an ace up their sleeve that will hopefully end this apocalyptic snowy city.


What just happened?

After the battle for the people of Gotham City, you’re all invited to the wedding you did not see coming.

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Luis Cruz

Luis Cruz

Luis Cruz Puerto Rican lost in the Multiverse with his son and his fiance straight edge pescatarian and the love of comics. Cyclops and magneto are right
Thank You, Sean Murphy and Matt Hollingsworth for one epic mini-series. To see different sides of Batman and especially The Joker was such a perfect fresh air. To finally calling The Joker Jack Napier after so long was great and the artwork was a just top notch. I hope to see Sean Murphy and Matt Hollingsworth tackle other DC heroes with their own fresh twist and amazing storytelling. To see a Joker who wants to save Gotham instead of destroying it and becoming a Politician whose purpose is for the people and not himself will be something in the history books. The White Knight maybe is gone, but its everlasting effect will stay in our hearts and minds. I recommend this mini-series to anyone who is a Batman fan looking for a great adventure.
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Luis Cruz Puerto Rican lost in the Multiverse with his son and his fiance straight edge pescatarian and the love of comics. Cyclops and magneto are right

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