Batman: the killing joke

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DC Comics, Mar 1, 1988 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 48 pages
/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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User Review  - nicolewbrown - www.librarything.com

The comic opens with Batman going to Arkham Asylum to visit with the Joker and talk over their future. He believes that one day one of them will kill the other and he's looking for another way out of ... Read full review

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User Review  - mrgan - LibraryThing

A nice, short Batman story by Alan Moore. It gives a story of The Joker's origin - not THE story since The Joker himself isn't sure. A bit too short for Moore to fully stretch out, but very readable. Read full review

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