DC Comics’ prequel to their latest hit video game continues to map out the road to its conclusion with Batman: Arkham Knight #6. Tensely written by Peter J. Tomasi, the second chapter of “Bane of My Existence” is the wrap-up of what the author brought to the table last issue and partially lives up to its title. Ig Guara masterfully provides the art that brings to life the scribe’s words in every panel.
In Batman: Arkham Knight #6, just when Bane gets the upper hand on the Caped Crusader, a surprising ally joins the fight and changes the tide of battle! But when an explosion leaves everyone under an abandoned part of Arkham City, the Dark Knight must fight his way back to the surface!
Issue #6 of Batman: Arkham Knight is rated T for Teens. It contains violence, profanity, and frightening and intense scenes. If you play the game or have watched someone navigating through it, you know what to expect from this comic.
Even though Batman: Arkham Knight #6 states that its Part 2 of 2 of the “Bane of My Existence” storyline, we all know it’s left open ended. Is anything ever truly final in the comic book world? However, it’s an action-packed entry in the series that will fill in gaps and delight game players.
Batman: Arkham Knight #6 is available now in print and Kindle editions.