Fresh from the calamity of Joker War, Batman is reeling. Not only does the he find himself without a fortune, but he’s also been framed for murder.
Joke’s on you Batman
It’s been a wild ride for DC’s Dark Knight, as Batman has battled his way through Joker War only find himself in even more trouble. With his home and his fortune gone, and new villainy erupting in his city, he’s been framed for a murder. And it’s not just any murder, as this one has brought a heap of fresh trouble down on him.
The issue is set to tell two tales when it lands on the stands on April 27th. While the first focuses on the title hero, the second stars The Huntress. Both have the creative team of writer Mariko Tamaki, and art by Dan Mora and Jordie Bellaire.
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When his daughter is killed during the brutal crime wave gripping Gotham City, eight-foot-tall stack of muscle and money Roland Worth sets out on a path of revenge toward the prime suspect in the crime: Batman! The Dark Knight has been framed for murder, and to make matters worse, this grisly deed seems to be connected to yet another emerging villainous force on the horizon. It’s a rogues gallery explosion and this time there’s no mansion on the hill for Bruce Wayne to mount his counterattack!
Detective Comics #1035 also includes part one of “Huntress.” This two-part story by Tamaki with art by Clayton Henry zeroes in on Gotham’s own Violet Vengeance, Huntress! In this first chapter, Helena Bertinelli’s world is rocked by the gruesome murder of a dear friend… but there’s more to this sinister scene than meets the eye! Fans will want to pay close attention to this one; it will have big implications for Huntress in future issues!DC Comics