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DC Comics giving away Joker playing cards with each ‘Batman: The Three Jokers’ issue

 DC is giving away commemorative playing cards with each issue of Batman: The Three Jokers.

DC Comics is giving fans even more incentive to pick up Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok, and Brad Andersons’ much anticipated Batman: The Three Jokers thanks to new giveaways. With each issue, DC and participating comic book stores are dealing fans free souvenir playing cards. These cards are of course Joker themed.

Check out the two DC Comics has revealed so far below.

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It’s a means to celebrate the new series, but also add a bit of fun to the proceedings. Now, the question I have is, do these cards signify something in the story? Only time will tell when Batman: The Three Jokers #1 hits comic book stands August 25.

For all the details read DC’s press release below.

In celebration of the highly anticipated Batman: The Three Jokers prestige miniseries, DC and participating comic book stores are dealing fans the ultimate wild card by offering a free with purchase souvenir playing card for each of the three issues of the series, while supplies last.

Featuring breathtaking new artwork by series artist Jason Fabok, each issue of the Geoff Johns-penned series will feature a different card, spotlighting the Clown Prince of Crime and his three major adversaries – Batman, Batgirl and Jason Todd.

 

Batman: The Three Jokers reexamined the myth of who, or what The Joker is, and what’s at the heart of not just his eternal struggle with Batman, but how his horrific treatment of Barbara Gordon and Jason Todd has affected them. Arriving at open and operating comic book stores on Tuesday, August 25, the series will carry DC’s “Black Label” content descriptor, identifying the series a appropriate for readers 17+.

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