Batman: White Knight #3

  White Knight has been a very divisive series for many reasons: Batman is unhinged, Joker and Harley are reunited, the pacing is off etc. I am a firm believer in enjoying something on its own merits. If you go in with a checklist before you read, you are bound to enjoy it less. As…

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Batman: White Knight #2

White Knight #2 proves that Sean Gordon Murphy’s latest piece is a divisive title. Its politicized touch gives it a realistic touch. Perhaps too realistic for some. I am certainly enjoying how he is giving Gotham something more that is more reflective of today’s contemporary world. In today’s day and age, there are no “real”…

Batman: White Knight

Hollywood and mass media struck gold when they realized that they could write and produce stories about redeeming the unredeemable. This makes sense because we no longer believe in that fairy tale where everyone is either good or bad. Everyone has shades and unique experiences. Dysfunctional behavior is no longer bad, it is just a…

Harley Quinn #29

#29 kickstarts the story arc for Harley’s bid for mayor. In true comedic form, Connor and Palmiotti add a comedic touch to a topic that has given so many of us anxiety. But unlike some people who coast by their name and associations, Harley uses good old-fashioned grassroots fieldwork and research. Harley has been described…

The Batman: White Knight controversey

  In less than one month, the first part Sean Gordon Murphy's out of continuity story Batman: White Knight will be released and already people are bashing it based on a few of his tweets and some pages. In an interview with some outlets, Murphy states that the story will be about Batman and Joker's roles…