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DC Preview: The Joker #11

The Joker is about to learn the harsh reality of the motto Don’t Mess with Texas.

The Joker is about to learn the harsh reality of the motto “Don’t Mess with Texas” as the Sampsons bring him back home to their ranch…for dinner!

PUNCHLINE BACKUP: While Harper Row has been making sure that Punchline stays behind bars, her brother, Cullen, has been getting closer to Punchline’s fans. His new boyfriend, Bluff, is hiding a wicked secret that promises to change the shape of organized crime in Gotham, and Punchline’s role, for years to come.

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The Joker (2021-) #11

Written by Sam Johns, James Tynion IV
Pencils Giuseppe Camuncoli, Belén Ortega
Inks Adriano Di Benedetto, Belén Ortega, Lorenzo Ruggiero, Cam Smith
Colored by Romulo Fajardo Jr., Arif Prianto, Alejandro Sanchez
Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli, Arif Prianto, Cam Smith
Release Date: January 11, 2022

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