Batman Vol. 4: The War Of Jokes & Riddles

Writer: Tom King Artist: Clay Mann, Danny Miki, John Livesay, Hugo Petrus Publisher: DC Comics Trade Paperback: December 13, 2017, $19.99 Issues: 8, Issue Reviews: 701
8.3Critic Rating
7.6User Rating

The Riddler and The Joker are at war! As the battle rages, the villains of Gotham City are forced to choose side or be caught in the crossfire. As the conflict spreads to every corner of Gotham City, Batman battles back both side's forces, and an unlikely criminal becomes the key to a potential resolution... but is the price of peace too high? Collects BATMAN #25-32.

Rating Collected Issues Reviews
Batman #25 39
Batman #26 34
Batman #27 28
Batman #28 30
Batman #29 28
Batman #30 31
Batman #31 25
Batman #32 25
  • 9.0
    Linkush Apr 17, 2018

    A well written story and the art was absolutely beautiful.
    I really like what king did with The Joker, he was truly terrifying.
    But this time The Riddler was the true psychopath. all this war, including killing Kiteman's son just to make The Joker laugh? damn! that was sick.
    I thought the ending was a bit disappointing. it was good, but I expected a bit more.
    Nonetheless, it was a great arc.

  • 5.0
    A Dawg Most Dirty Aug 3, 2018

    The only character I feel confident that Tom King can write is the joker. This is not Batman. Letting all of these people die? The worlds greatest detective? And the riddler set up the whole war to get the joker to laugh? I’m laughing at how much of a joke this volume was.

  • 10
    Grifter Dec 7, 2017

  • 7.0
    aidanb Apr 7, 2018

  • 7.0
    Dan Jun 16, 2018

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