The Joker is cured of his insanity during a brutal confrontation with Batman. After he wakes up in a hospital bed, the Joker, now Jack Napier, sets out to make amends for his reign of terror on Gotham city. This includes reconciling with Harley Quinn, suing the GCPD for allowing Batman to work outside the law, and helping the underprivileged citizens of Gotham. Although Batman doesn't trust Napier, he begins to wonder if being the Dark Knight really has done more harm than good. Has Batman become the real villain of Gotham City? And what effects does a sane Joker have on the rest of the criminal underworld? This standalone graphic novel, written and illustrated by Sean Murphy with Matt Hollingsworth, quickly became one of my favorite graphic novels. It flips the classic Batman vs. Joker story and makes us question what being sane really means in Gotham City and gives us a look at the consequences of Batman's existence. With appearances by your favorite members of Batman's rouges gallery, this one is not to be missed!
After years of epic battles, the Dark Knight finally finds a way to cure the twisted mind of his archenemy, the Joker, who is now fighting for good in Gotham City, which may cause Batman to go over the edge of his own sanity.