Knight and Squire have a playful romp through the English countryside only to end up solving a mystery at Stone Henge.
I'm REALLY conflicted about this book. Overall, it's a lot of fun, has a good spirit, and the art fits so well with the writing. It is humorous, but I never laughed out loud or chuckled. It has a very British sense of humor about it. I do really love the fact that books are coming out based on these little sub-worlds Grant Morrison set up in his Batman run. It's a nice expansion, and I'm glad someone took the reigns of it, even if I don't personally like it.
I'm usually a fan of the Brit-wit, but this was a bit tongue-in-cheek for me. It came off a tad campy, and most of all, I really don't like Knight and Squire. I felt like I was watching an episode of the Batman show from the 60s. It's not a bad book. It's pretty good overall, but it's definitely not my bag.
The Verdict 3/5 Recommend
Originally, I had this book rated at a 2 simply because I really didn't like it. But aside from my personal problems with it, it is a very solid book. The writing and art are great, and it's fun, but it's all about whether or not you like these two characters. I didn't read the first issue, but I had no trouble following this issue. It stands on it's own pretty well, so feel free to jump in now!