"He was a disease that somehow, with the help of God or the devil-- pick your poison-- had conviced his doctors he wasn't diseased anymore..."
HOLY SH!T! That's right DC fans Joker stars in his very own Graphic Novel where he shows the world some of his best moves yet.
Where to begin? This book really has alot of great parts to it. First we get to delve into one of the darkest sides of the Joker ever before seen. Also the story does an interesting job of presenting the story with its unique POV. I really don't know how to give this book its proper praises, its so unique in almost everyway. The story brings forth some of Batman's most famous villains in never before seen fashion.
[glow=red,2,300] The Bad [/glow]
There is really nothing I have bad to say about this book. The only thing I have is a warning, don't buy this expecting to see a book featuring a big big fight between Batman and Joker because it doesn't happen. Another warning I have is if you don't like the ending put the book up then a few weeks later (or months) break it out and re-read the book. The first time I read the book I hated the ending then later on I went back and re-read and as you can see I really love the story. [glow=red,2,300] The Verdict[/glow]
Like I said this book is so unique from very begining to very end, I really really suggest this to every Joker fan out there. Don't get me wrong anyone who loves DC or Batman or just wants a great book to read but I feel that Joker Fan's will definitely enjoy this. I'm giving the book a 5 out of 5. It has a very unique POV to share its story, and presents some of the darkest versions of Batman characters ever seen.
Last Edit: May 19, 2010 0:28:05 GMT -5 by dayhunter
DH-The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be at what I do.
See to get this book even as a Joker fan, you have to understand that this book picks up a year after "The Dark Knight" ends, with Joker getting out of Jail. We also get to meet unique version of The Riddler, Killer Crock, Joe Chill, Harley Quinn, and a few others. I enjoyed the hell out of it and recommend it to any avid Joker fans.