Sunday, January 7, 2018

Batman: White Knight #4 - A Review

Working with firebrand community organizer Duke Thomas, Jack Napier has launched his next attack on the corrupt administration supporting The Batman. First, by running for City Council in the racially repressed Backport district then by offering the GCPD a plan that would buy their SWAT team better toys than Batman's using existing funds. Unfortunately, as Jack and Harleen enjoy their new life together, the other Harley Quinn, Marian Drews, plots to get her Puddin' back.

Though lacking in the surprising revelations and action of earlier issues, Batman: White Knight #4 continues the trend of every issue of this series outdoing the previous one. Sean Murphy continues to impress with this spirited tale of a Gotham City where The Joker proves to be an even greater threat to The Batman as a civic-minded citizen than an anarchistic madman. And let's not forget Matt Hollingsworth on the color art and Todd Klein's lettering!

The Final Analysis: 10 out of 10.

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