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Synopsis: When the real Joker shows up to turn Great Britain upside down, it's up to Knight and Squire to stop him. What's Good? Seeing the Joker in this series is bringing readers back to reality of how things should work in the world of superheroes. That point was clear when he killed Shrike in the previous issue, and now he's killing off Britain's superheroes with his own style of jokes. Squire takes Shrike's death pretty hard, but hides this in front of others other than Knight in order to ...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
I admit I do not like this series (see previous review) However when I saw that the Joker was making an appearance I continued reading. The good. It was nice to see the Joker making an appearance, it seems likely that the Joker would want to interfere with a copy cat. The Bad. This issue and previous ones seem to have no spark, I was not on the edge of my seat at all. The Joker seamed out of character and his jokes sub-par. It seems that english superhero's and villians just plod along at a le...1 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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