Preview: Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2 (of 9)

Article by Steve J. Ray

Criminal Sanity #1 contained some truly stellar writing and gorgeous art. DC Comics have now released a preview of the second issue. Here we get a look at a map of Gotham, the tools of a serial killer, and hint at what’s coming next for the title characters in Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2. As a reminder, this series carries an Ages 17+ content descriptor and is printed in DC’s Prestige Plus format.

Gotham is a breeding ground for lowlifes.

This killer is different.

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity continues as Jim Gordon and the GCPD turn to forensic psychiatrist and criminal profiler Harley Quinn for assistance. Harley’s intrigued by the detail this new killer is putting into his crime scenes, but has no idea the investigation will bring her face-to-face with the most notorious serial killer in Gotham’s history—the Joker. The level of meticulous preparation in the murders is unusual, but will that help or hurt her cause?

DC’s Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2, written by #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author Kami Garcia (Beautiful Creatures, Unbreakable, X-Files: Agents of Chaos) and artists Mike Mayhew (The Star Wars) and Mico Suayan (Bloodshot: Reborn) with Jason Badower, will carry an Ages 17+ content descriptor.

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2 (of 9)

Written by Kami Garcia

Art by Mike Mayhew and Mico Suayan with Jason Badower

Cover by Francesco Mattina

Variant Cover by Mike Mayhew

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2, hits shelves January 1st ships bimonthly in DC’s Prestige Plus format, and will retail at $5.99. The first issue was stellar, and, from what we see here, the second instalment looks amazing. Is this series on your pull list? Every issue is reviewed by our very own Kendra Hale, right here on Dark Knight News.


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Steve J Ray

Dad/husband, writer/artist, amateur chef and Bat-Fan Extraordinaire. Animal lover and fan of all things comic-book and sci-fi related. His wife thinks that he owns too many comics, books, and movies. He thinks this is an oxymoron.