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By:   Ed Brubaker, Doug Mahnke
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Superhero
Publisher:   DC Comics
Pub. Date:   January 28, 2009
Availability:   Can be backordered today for arrival at our warehouse in 15 - 30 days
ISBN:   1401216269
UPC:   978140121626951499
Details:   Full color, Soft cover

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Witness Batman's first encounter with The Joker in this volume collecting the graphic novel BATMAN: THE MAN WHO LAUGHS

Written by Ed Brubaker Art by Doug Mahnke, Patrick Zircher, Aaron Sowd and Steve Bird Cover by Doug Mahnke

This title collects
DETECTIVE COMICS #784-786, a murder mystery tale guest-starring Green Lantern Alan Scott
(2 Customer Reviews)

  • Nov 27, 2014 RC1138 from Georgia

    The brilliant thing about the Joker is that he has no "true" origin story. I hated, HATED Alan Fat BUTT More's the killing joke. It in itself was a stupid a joke and mockery of Batman. This provides a much more and needed sadistic side of the Joker much like his early run in the 140s when he first appeared. Also the title shares the name of the movie from which Joker's imagine was inspired from.

  • Mar 11, 2009 Julien from Quebec, Canada

    Sadly, this incarnation of the Joker is not as good as some others, such as 'Killing Joke,' or 'The Dark Knight,' but very pleasant to read. You have here a Joker that kills in a way you haven't quite seen before, by turning people into him. I found that rather interesting. And you also get a second story to the book, 'Made of Wood,' which brings back an unsolved Green Lantern case from the 40s. Good art, well written. This is worth the time you put into reading it.

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