by Andy KubertIn this 3D-covered villain spectacular, the Joker takes over Batman's monthly to tell his own evil tale. And what tale would that be? A modern retelling of his origin? Or maybe his own perspective on the Killing Joke and how he feels about putting Barbara Gordon in a wheelchair? Nope. It's the story of how he raised an ape as his son.
Yeah, that was my reaction too.
Let me be clear, I liked this story. It had some good moments and was an interesting look at the Joker as we've never seen him before. But I couldn't help but feel that it was a tale befitting a one-off short or as part of an Else Worlds compilation of Joker stories. But hey, any Batman-related story is better than none at all, and Lord Snyder will be back next month to save and delight us all.
|Title||Batman #23.1 The Joker (New 52 Batman, #23.1)|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||5.4 Mb|
|Book rating||3.85 (75 votes)