Batman: Gotham Nights #9

Writer: Mark Russell, Frank Tieri Artist: Scot Eaton, Christopher Mooneyham Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 17, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Story 1 - Locked up in Arkham Asylum, Two-Face dreams of a better life—one with a white picket fence far away from Gotham City and Batman. He’s got the perfect plan, and it’s all within his grasp...as long as his coin flip turns up heads. Story 2 - There’s a story that’s made its way around Gotham City’s comedy scene for years, the legend of a struggling young comic who finally snapped under the pressure of making it big. But who can say what really happened? No one knows for sure...

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 23, 2020

    The split story nature is always going to be a bit of a mixed bag, especially with completely mixed creative, but each offers something good here. The big plus is the lack of Batman overall because there's lots to explore with Gotham in general. I liked getting a good Two-Face story that has him questioning his choices and trying to break free of his addiction. And I liked seeing Joker revisiting someplace from his past, imagined or not, and messing around with it. Both stories move well and handle the page count in a really good way but I think it's the artists that stole the show here and really made this as strong as it is and worth reading. Read Full Review

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