Batman: the killing joke

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DC Comics, Mar 1, 1988 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 48 pages
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/Alan Moore /Brian Bolland, illustrator In one of the most powerful Batman stories ever told, the Joker exacts brutal revenge against Batman through some of his closest friends. Along the way, the Joker's origin is reveale

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Very understated art work and pace but yet powerful. - Goodreads
The ending was both beautiful and frustrating. - Goodreads
Tight dark writing, great characterization. - Goodreads
The plot offered no surprises unlike V for Vendetta. - Goodreads
Amazing graphics and great story. - Goodreads
But the ending felt ambiguous. - Goodreads
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Batman laughs. Dig that.

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Two and a half stars, rounded up, and at least half of that is for the artwork alone (mine was a deluxe edition or somewhat). The story is just kind of ... there. It starts off pretty interesting, but ... Read full review

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