“Joker War”: Batman And Nightwing Reunited

Joker War

With the upcoming “Joker War” storyline only one month away, DC is releasing more tantalizing new images from the event. Batman #92 is now available; here’s a sneak peek at what to expect starting with #95 and the return of a certain sidekick.

One Month Ahead of Batman #100, “The Joker War” Reunites Batman and Robin!
…but will Nightwing regain his memories in time to join the battle?

DC’s Batman comic makes a triumphant return to shelves today with the publication of Batman #92, but come September the Caped Crusader will need his original sidekick’s help! If Nightwing’s memories don’t return in time for “The Joker War,” will Harley Quinn step in and be Batman’s white knight?

“The Joker War” officially kicks off in Batman #95 in July, but when Batman #98 hits shelves on September 1, Harley Quinn steps in to become Batman’s savior! Batman is at his most vulnerable following a massive dose of an experimental new Joker toxin, so while the Dark Knight haunted by demons and visions it’s up to Harley Quinn to protect him while he recovers—because Punchline is on her way!

And then in Batman #99 on September 15, Nightwing returns to Gotham City in “The Joker War” part four! Things have changed, as Batman realizes he can’t fight this war alone. He’s going to need help. Before he faces down The Joker, he must call up his trusty partner Dick Grayson! But can Dick reclaim his lost memories in time to join the battle?

Batman #98 and #99, written by James Tynion IV with art by Jorge Jiménez and covers by David Finch (#98) and Jorge Jiménez (#99), plus card stock variant covers by Francesco Mattina and Jorge Jiménez, will hit shelves on September 1st and 15th.

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Kevin Sharp

From alternating Batman & Green Lantern as childhood Halloween costumes, to getting punched in my adolescent heart by Love & Rockets, to playing convention sidekick to the legendary Len Wein, the comics medium and characters feel like a part of my DNA.