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Review – Batman: White Knight #5 (DC Comics)

Review – Batman: White Knight #5 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics Writer: Sean Murphy Artwork: Sean Murphy, Matt Hollingsworth, Todd Klein Release Date: 7th February 2018 Sean Murphy continues to tell one of the most uniquely insane and utterly fascinatingly intense Batman stories ever told in White Knight issue five. I genuinely don’t know what to think any more, but like any great detective I need to pursue this story to the very end, whatever that end might be. At the end of last issue, Batman stood on the edge of a knife, his redemption in joining the newly formed GTO task force forcing him to admit that he may have been wrong about Joker. However, sticking to his instincts means going down a path that his own family don’t want to drag him out of. This is Batman at probably the darkest we’ve ever seen him. Not that he isn’t aware of what’s going on. In fact, he’s aware of everything but is completely powerless to stop it. He will resort to anything to try and make the world see sense but it still won’t work, and in that futile journey you’re starting to see what Harley tells Jack. “Maybe if you two weren’t so stubborn you’d [...]



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