Comic Review: Dark Nights: The Batman Who Laughs #1 (DC Comics)

DC Comics brings you a side story which makes Batman look more like The Joker in The Batman Who Laughs on its first issue. From the last Batman issue which […]

DC Comics brings you a side story which makes Batman look more like The Joker in The Batman Who Laughs on its first issue.

From the last Batman issue which shows that him and Wonder Woman combined together to become the Berserker, but this time, the whole story will mostly focus on Batman who looked crazier because of the Joker’s gas. The thing is at the most of the times, Batman and Joker are fighting against each other for years, but the Joker’s got an upper hand right now.

To be honest, we have never seen Batman laugh in his whole life, but the animated series, they both laughed at the same time. But Joker is gone insane and obviously tries to take over Gotham just for that, everyone wants to laugh like the Joker does. In fact, this is actually coming from an actual YouTube video where Batman joins on a band and his metal music. Well if it’s that crucial to know about it, then you should see it for yourself. However, everyone didn’t see it coming that Batman betrays and kills their own group by smiling so menacingly. The thing is that most of the Batman stories were dark, but this one takes the cake with the combination of him and the Joker.

I didn’t expect this coming from this comic book, because somehow the really darkest stories of Batman, actually made it as a massacre. From all the past battles against the Joker, he has an upper hand right now to defeat Batman and take over Gotham. From all the corruption that the city of Gotham went through, things which include the virus that almost everyone went out of control, Penguin’s conquest, and the pig’s mass murder between cops. This story left most of the Batman story which the main character and antagonist were driving mad crazy, and the Joker described that the Batman who laughs is the one who always wins. This is a really darkest Batman story that ever read, however, I would believe that this is the darkest one, but there are other Batman stories that relate to this one, like the one that I explained about Batman as a Berserker. I would recommend to anyone who actually likes this kind of plot, then this is for you.

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