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First look at Clay Mann's Joker in DC Nation #1

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First look at Clay Mann’s Joker in DC Nation #1

Clay Mann draws one eerie-looking Joker.

Both Superman and Wonder Woman have given Batman their blessings regarding his upcoming marriage to Catwoman (set to take place in Batman #50).

Now there’s one last character integral to the Dark Knight’s life that wants to chime in on the monumental marriage — arch-nemesis the Joker — and intuition tells us the Clown Prince of Crime won’t be as overjoyed as Batman’s two Super Friends at the news.

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Although DC Nation #0, which will be released on May 3rd for $0.25 (digital copies for free) features the Joker’s initial reaction to Batman’s wedding plans, he’ll also be appearing in the follow-up issue, DC Nation #1. Thanks to Tom King’s Twitter, we’ve been given a sneak preview at artist Clay Mann’s unnerving rendition of the character:

Looks like I’ll have to keep an extra pair of Fruit of the Looms near my Batman-themed bedstand handy on Free Comic Book Day, May 5th, when DC Nation #1 hits shelves. And an extra eye patch as well. This is Julius “Left-Eye” Malone, Acerodon jubatus of the Coalition for Bat-God Purists, wishing you a cordial evening.

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