New Batman: Three Jokers #2 preview

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Following the release of the long-awaited and highly-anticipated Batman: Three Jokers #1 (opens in new tab), DC is getting ready for September 29's release of Batman: Three Jokers #2 with new preview pages from the middle issue by writer Geoff Johns and artist Jason Fabok. 

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"As Batman and Batgirl follow an unexpected thread linking the three Jokers with someone from the Dark Knight's past, Red Hood dives headfirst into trouble and finds himself struggling to stay afloat without the aid of his allies," reads DC's solicitation copy for the second issue. 

"Batman: Three Jokers continues its trajectory as the ultimate examination of The Joker and his never-ending conflict with Batman. Prepare yourselves for the second chapter of one of the most terrifying and personal mysteries Batman has ever faced!"

The first issue was a hit for DC, with publisher Jim Lee reporting it had sold cover 300,000 copies to the comic book Direct Market. 

"What makes the Joker such a menacing villain is that he fights our heroes on a psychological level, and with this - Johns and Fabok don't disappoint," reads Newsarama's Batman: Three Jokes #1 review (opens in new tab).

"Three Jokers is more than a mystery about uncovering the secrets behind the three Jokers - 'The Criminal,' 'The Clown,' and 'The Comedian' - but a story to see just how far the Joker's actions can push our heroes' morality until they finally break. "

Readers can also check out our spoiler story (opens in new tab) on the first issue as well as our interview with series artist Jason Fabok (opens in new tab)

Check out the new preview pages from Batman: Three Jokers #2 in our gallery below. 


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