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Barbara Gordon is Batgirl. Even though the Joker doesn't know this he deals a potentially deadly card to the Bat family by singling out Barbara as a means to get at Commissioner Gordon and in turn Batman. Will Gordon stoop to the Joker's level and exact revenge?
The classic Batman tale by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland returns in this all-new special edition celebrating the 20th anniversary of the landmark work - features all-new coloring by Bolland.
Dec 19, 2012
Mario Mustapic from Vinkovci, Croatia
Perhaps one of the best Joker stories, my recommendations!!
Aug 04, 2012
André Santos from Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
One of the first Batman's comics i ever read. Great, a classic!
Jun 11, 2012
Daniel Young from Traralgon, Vic
This book is simply beautiful. I have considered buying this book for some time but as an artist I find the original out-dated colouring grinds on an artistic nerve that I just cant stand (kind of like watching Avatar if it had been filmed with a handy-cam bought from Kmart) so avoided buying it all together even if it went missing out on a brilliant story. So when I found out it had been recoloured I jumped at the chance to grab it, and my God I was BLOWEN AWAY! This book is so gorgeous, the new colouring makes it look EPIC, takes it to the level of all out Blockbuster. All in all its a lovely looking book. The story is brilliant of cause as we all know, its a classic and a must have and always has been story-wise but now with the new look modern colouring look just buy it even if you have the original. You will be in awe.
Mar 15, 2011
Andrew from Australia
Short and sweet, but the new colourist is a little overzealous in his bringing this classic to life in a more modern way, and something is lost in the process. Updating and revamping old books like this is a good idea in theory, but often not in practice.