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Joker An Original Hardcover Graphic Novel That Tells The Story Of One Very Dark Night In Gotham City From The Creative Team Behind The Graphic Novel LEX LUTHOR MAN OF STEEL The Joker Has Been Mysteriously Released From Arkham Asylum, And He S None To Happy About What S Happened To His Gotham City Rackets While He S Been Away What Follows Is A Harrowing Night Of Revenge, Murder And Manic Crime As Only The Joker Can Deliver It, As He Brutally Takes Back His Stolen Assets From The Penguin, The Riddler, Two Face, Killer Croc And Others Brian Azzarello Brings To THE JOKER All The Visceral Intensity And Criminal Insight That Has Made His Vertigo Graphic Novel Series 100 BULLETS One Of The Most Critically Acclaimed And Award Winning Series In All Of Comics.

10 thoughts on “Joker

  1. says:

    Seriously Being The Joker is no laughing matter.The Joker left the campy, groovy 60 s in the dust some time ago Maybe rearranging Robin s Jason Todd hairline with a tire iron was a turning point for him Who knows Let s leave that debate for the comic book scholars The family friendly cartoon version usually portrays him as 25% Insanity 50% Madcap humor 25% Menace.Brian Azarello plays with these percentages a bit, but doesn t let you in on the formula Sure the crazy is still there, t Seriously Being The Joker is no laughing matter.The Joker left the campy, groovy 60 s in the dust some time ago Maybe rearranging Robin s Jason Todd hairline with a tire iron was a turning point for him Who knows Let s leave that debate for the comic book scholars The family friendly cartoon version usually portrays him as 25% Insanity 50% Madcap humor 25% Menace.Brian Azarello plays with these percentages a bit, but doesn t let you in on the formula Sure the crazy is s...

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    We ve all read or seen the story before the savvy but borderline crazy street level crimeboss goes about his day, protecting his turf, extorting money, consuming copious quantities of drugs and alcohol, skinning a guy in a strip club, and having some laughs It s equal parts scary and depressing, and maybe even a little bit thrilling.This time around, instead of being some slick haired mobster type, our antihero is the Joker Does that make the story scarier More depressing More thrilling We ve all read or seen the story before the savvy but borderline crazy street level crimeboss goes about his day, protecting his turf, extorting money, consuming copious quantities of drugs and alcohol, skinning a guy in a strip club, and having some laughs It s equal parts scary and depressing, a...

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    I thought this was a pretty good story I didn t think the graphics were too great but there was something about the story I really liked It seemed sort of laid back to me but still the Joker if that makes any sense Jonny Frost gets to pick up the Joker when he gets let out of Arkham Jonny hangs out with the Joker and takes him all around He tells the story in his perspective I mean that s not the whole story with Jonny telling it, he just ...

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    Off the Damn Side of the City, Man Thesuccessful the villain, thesuccessful the picture, Alfred Hitchcock once observed, and that rule of thumb is arguably evenrelevant for comic books than for movies The Joker is usually described as the greatest comic book villain of all time, yet he is often written as littlethan a clownish, spectacularly absurd nut case who happens to be obsessed with keeping the Batman on his toes Not all that interesting.Occasionally, though, a Off the Damn Side of the City, Man Thesuccessful the villain, thesuccessful the picture, Alfred Hitchcock once observed, and that rule of thumb is arguably evenrelevant for comic books than for movies The Joker is usually described as the greatest comic book villain of all time, yet he is often written as littlethan a clownish, spectacularly absurd nut case who happens to be obsessed with keeping the Batman on his toes Not all that interesting.Occasionally, though, a writer comes along who manages to unlock the Joker s full terrifying potential, and Brian Azzarello is one of those writers Granted, Azzarello s Joker still tells a lot of jokes, but the thing is those jokes are not even remotely funny Instead, they seem to bring down the room temperature by about 30 degrees from one second to the next and that s before things start to get ugly Make no mis...

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    In this one off non canon book, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo, both extraordinary artists, imagine arealistic take on Joker partly in the style of Chris Nolan s Dark Knight film The story is told through the eyes of Jonny Frost, a low level thug sent to pick up a newly released Joker from Arkham Asylum Joker sets about reclaiming his criminal empire against Two Face with the help of Killer Croc Re reading this 4 years after I first picked it up, the book still retains In this one off non canon book, writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermejo, both extraordinary artists, imagine arealistic take on Joker partly in the style of Chris Nolan s Dark Knight film The story is told through the eyes of Jonny Frost, a low level thug sent to pick up a newly released Joker from Arkham Asylum Joker sets about reclaiming his criminal empire against Two Face with the help of Killer Croc Re reading this 4 years after I first picked it up, the book still retains its power and brilliance Azzarello creates a Joker with newly revealed sides to his character than just the insane murderer he s usually portrayed as In a brilliant one panel as...

  6. says:

    Welcome to the most overhyped Graphic novel of the year Boring, pointless, and containing nothing interesting to say about The Joker either as an Icon or a Character Boring, both over and under plotted, and with art that crosses ...

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    3.25Tras la liberaci n del Joker del asilo Arkham, este se ve en la necesidad de recuperar a toda costa aquello que le pertenece su ciudad, Gotham Visto desde los ojos de su nuevo esbirro, nos percatamos de una nueva visi n del malvado villano, posiblemente, esa que s lo sus m s fieles seguidores son capaces de ver.A lo largo de la entera extenci n de la novela nos encontramos con una historia m s bien densa, sin ese toque caracter stico de h...

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    Thank you, Brian Azzarello, for this Joker mini series Batman only has two scenes, so this book is one for the villains, pure Joker Azzarello creates a low level thug named Jonny Frost read Joe Chill who narrates and serves as Joker s right hand man Let me tell you, Jonny sees some wild shit So wild, at one point he stands on a rooftop edge for an entire after...

  9. says:

    English review at the bottomMuy bueno El viaje del Joker a trav s de Gotham para recuperar su ciudad, pero con un sentido menos c mico lo cual es un poco decepcionante, eso es partede su personalidad acompa ado con una increiblemente sexy y muda Harley Adem s nos encontraremos con El Ping ino, Dos Caras y El Acertijo.La historia es interesante, pero nada fuera del otro mundo,utiliza muchos recursos que podemos encontrar en otras historias de Batman peor los utiliza de manera correcta, el pro English review at the bottomMuy bueno El viaje del Joker a trav s de Gotham para recuperar su ciudad, pero con un sentido menos c mico lo cual es un poco d...

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    Is it childish to say that the main reason I hated this book was because Harley Quinn didn t utter a single word of dialogue I mean is just turned into this massive, overly sexualized thingnot even a person, she is treated as a thing I am sick of it and this might be a projection because I hate how comics video games have treated the character, but I just can t help be wonderdid people watch B TAS You know the show that invented the character Because by the way that everyone tries to m Is it childish to say that the main reason I hated this book was because Harley Quinn didn t utter a single word of dialogue I mean is just turned into this massive, overly sexualized thingnot even a person, she is treated as a thing I am sick of it and this might be a projection because I hate how comics video games have treated the character, but I just can t help be wonderdid people watch B TAS You know the show that invented the character Because by the way that everyone tries to make her a Suicide Girl I m starting to have my doubts deep breath Beyond that I just found this book very dull It was supposed to be this gritty story and while it does have a lot of grisly scenes, they did not effect me I just felt like this story was weak overall and it relied on flashth...

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