“This isn’t an attack on Batman. This is an attack on Gotham City.”
Writer James Tynion IV is no stranger to the world of horror—there have been strong horror themes throughout his current run on Batman, and in his recently launched The Joker series.
The Joker is one of the most famous characters in comic book history—okay, in pop culture history—but despite the Clown Prince of Crime’s higher-than-ever profile, this week marks the start of only his second solo ongoing series, an
Batman’s spent his life stopping robberies.
Following “City of Bane,” Gotham is a very different place. And, following the tragedies and triumphs during the celebrated 85-issue Batman run by writer Tom King, the Dark Knight himself has changed.
For most of us, the only frightening things we’re likely to find in the basement are our father’s fluorescent parachute pants and maybe a mouse or squirrel who has met an untimely demise.
To say that Jean-Paul Valley’s life has been turned upside over the past year is putting it mildly, as anyone who’s been reading