Published by DC Comics on April 19, 2016
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The impossible has happened and Batman is on the verge of being taken down by an enemy he cannot defeat: a virus for which there is no cure! And the only hope for his salvation is the Joker! Who infected Batman, what does the Clown Prince of Crime know, and how will The Dark Knight get that information? Together, the enemies crisscross Europe, desperate to find answers before time runs out.
Traveling through Europe to destinations like Prague, Paris, and Rome, Batman must defeat this disease before it defeats him. The sworn enemies are forced to work together to find the cure to what ails them.
Collects Batman: Europa #1-4 of the 4-issue miniseries.
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Cómic Review: 4 stars
I loved everything about this comic! The story, the alliance between the super hero and the villain, the illustrations, the darkness and the colorful in them, everything.
In this comic, Batman was infected by a virus and he’s lead to Europe to find the antidote. For his surprise and my entertainment, he found out his archenemy Joker was infected with the same virus and they both are in great danger, so they join forces to find the cure and the enemy who was behind all that. There is so much craziness, battles and crankiness for both characters in this comic. There was even a moment when I thought that there could be a truce between them, but nor I or Batman were fooled by the Joker.
I enjoyed so much this comic. I loved the graphics so much, they were vibrant I could almost see the movements. There was a point when Batman was so affected by the virus that even the illustrations were all blurred but it all made sense. At the end when the ultimate villain was discovered I was so in shock and I loved how Batman handled everything
Great comic, I hope to read more about Batman in this universe. I like him better than other batmans I’ve read lately.