The Joker Conflict rages on in Gotham, and forward of the discharge of Batman: The Joker Conflict Zone, DC shared new details about the tie-in ebook’s contents. Guess what meaning? When you guessed “James Stokoe drawing a Clownhunter story”, please go away subsequent Wednesday’s Powerball numbers within the feedback.
The 48-page ebook has 5 introduced tales. The primary seems at Poison Ivy’s return to Gotham (which occurred in Batman #98). It’s known as “Ashes of Eden,” written by Sam Johns (DC’s Crimes of Ardour, Over the Backyard Wall: The Benevolent Sisters of Charity) and drawn by Laura Braga (Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica). As you possibly can see from the preview pages, Braga has a vaguely Amanda Conner really feel to her artwork that ought to play nicely in such an exaggerated setting.
The second story is the aforementioned Clownhunter characteristic, by common Batman author and Joker Conflict mastermind James Tynion IV and world famend Xenomorph artist James Stokoe, and it’s simply ridiculous.
This Gotham is so dense and detailed that it makes you half count on to see fractal Gothams drawn into the traces when you zoom in on the picture. It’s a pleasant reminder that Katsuhiro Otomo did a Batman story for Batman: Black & White and it’s at present on DC Universe. Stokoe’s that good.