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Publisher Description

One of the most famous Batman stories of all time is offered for the first time in hardcover in this special twentieth-anniversary edition. This is the unforgettable work that forever changed Batman's world, adding a new element of darkness with its unflinching portrayal of The Joker's twisted psyche. Writer Alan Moore, acclaimed author of WATCHMEN and V FOR VENDETTA, offers his take on the disturbing relationship between The Dark Knight and his greatest foe. The Clown Prince of Crime has never been more ruthless than in this brutal tale. This special new edition also includes a story written and exquisitely illustrated by Brian Bolland.

GENRE
Comics & Graphic Novels
RELEASED
2012
December 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
64
Pages
PUBLISHER
DC Comics
SELLER
DC Comics.
SIZE
52.5
MB

Customer Reviews

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The killing joke

This is one of the best if not the best batman stories Because it is brilliantly written it offers a history to a twisted man we call the joker

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A MUST READ for all Batman Fans. A classic tale that redefined the Batman Mythos!

This book changed the game when it was released and you can surely tell when reading it. It is friendly for new readers and offers multiple reads. I’ve read it so many times and just absolutely love its story. It’s so dark and crazy, unlink Batman at the time, and Alan Moore is such a talented writer. ALL IT TAKES IS ONE BAD DAY! Absolutely amazing story. This iBook is a solid copy, works great on my iPad Mini (2019)!

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Amazing

I like the unique concept of the Joker’s plot and the interesting question he poses. Other people have already said everything great about it, so I won’t waste words. just know that it’s good. The reason I took a star off is because I would like to see the emotional consequences for Barbara and Gordon more because that would either contribute to or refute the Joker’s point. Though Gordon is shown to still be sane, it must’ve still had some traumatizing effect on him, and also Barbara. Highlighting that a bit more would have driven the monstrosity of the Joker’s deed deeper.

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