Batman : Endgame   Vol 7, Hardback
3 out of 5 (3 ratings)


For years, the Joker has regarded Batman with a sick, twisted love, thinking that one could never exist without the other.

But that's all changed. Now the Clown Prince of Crime is done playing. He's going to kill Batman. And he's going to do it using those who Batman loves the most: the Justice League The Joker returns to Gotham City with a deadlier agenda than ever before, using every tool at his disposal to finally kill the Dark Knight.

That includes turning Batman's allies against him in the bloodiest brawl that he's ever had to survive.

Batman Volume 7: Endgame is the biggest, boldest story that the numbered 1 New York Times best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have told to date.

With an ending you won't believe, this graphic novel is a classic in the making.

It collects Batman numbered 35-40.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 192 pages, illustrations
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Superheroes
  • ISBN: 9781401256890



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Wow. That was a mostly intense TPB for sure.It started with smiles and jokes between Alfred, Julia, and Bruce, and that should probably have clued me in that it was going to be intense.As with all the big stories in the Batman universe these days it is about the Joker. Batman vs. the Joker, and this time the Joker seems even more serious.It was an interesting TPB and one that I definitely got engrossed in. I do wish that the current Batman Universe didn’t focus so much on the Joker and let some of the other big bads get some time though.I got this advanced galley through Netgalley on behalf of DC Entertainment

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The Joker returns for one last orgy of destruction, in which he attempts to take down all Gotham (and claims to be eternal). It’s very hard to do a huge Batman/Joker confrontation in a world that also has The Killing Joke, but by the end, I thought this was a decent attempt to deal with their mirroring and death wishes—Joker’s externalized, Batman’s internalized. The creepiest moment: an entire hospital newborn ward filled with babies with the Joker virus.

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The Joker infects some of the Justice League with a new nasty Joker virus and comes out of hiding to take Batman down, infecting a whole town with the virus. Batman is not sure how much he can do, still dealing with a lot of crap.Must admit to being a bit meh about it.

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