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characters Batman The Killing Joke ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB í ❴PDF / Epub❵ ✅ Batman The Killing Joke Author Alan Moore – For the first time the Joker's origin is revealed in this tale of insanity and human perseverance Looking to prove that any man can be pushed past hisAttacks his mind in hopes of breaking the man But refusing to give up Gordon maintains his sanity Batman The MOBI #181 with the help of Batman in an effort to beset the madm. The best BatmanJoker story ever Alan Moore asks the uestion no one else ever wanted to ask how much of who the Joker is can be attributed to Batman How much of who Batman is can be attributed to the Joker 'Primordial Unity' and the 'Tragic Birth' of both the Joker and Batman has never been explored deeply I think Nietzsche would have liked this story

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Mad the Joker attempts to drive Commissioner Gordon insane After shooting and permanently paralyzing his daughter Barbara aka Batgirl the Joker kidnaps the commissioner and. I asked a GR friend Marvel or DCHer response made me think She said “Marvel over all But DC has the better villains”Whu WellYeah I’ll be damned I think she’s rightLooking at all of the Marvel villains I think maybe only Red Skull or Bullseye come close to matching the lunatic force of DC’s lineup Magneto and Doctor Doom are powerful and bad but also have some incongruous redeeming ualities Lex Luthor Deathstroke Brainiac Bane Harley uinn and all the Batman bad guys headlined by The Joker are nefarious scarier and just plain badI think a cogent argument could be made that The Joker is THE comics villain He’s evil insane and damn it all interesting as hellJust as Milton’s most enduringly intriguing player is not God or the Archangels but Satan DC has in The Joker created an enigma Sorry Riddler of a criminal source that defies logic and is simply an opposing force for our heroes motives and reason be damned The Joker is a personification of the chaos waiting out in the dark beyond the firelight and his is a blindly malevolent force As Michael Caine’s Alfred in the 2008 film The Dark Knight said “some men aren't looking for anything logical like money They can't be bought bullied reasoned or negotiated with Some men just want to watch the world burn”“All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy That's how far the world is from where I am Just one bad day” In his attempt to madden Gordon and lure Batman to his doom The Joker also provides a tenuous connection to humanity Just as Shakespeare’s Richard III is all the terrible because he is a man so too is The joker all the villainous because for all his insanity and bad intent he is one of us and closer than some Melvillian beast or Lovecraftian old god In the context of the Batman story the theatrical irony the reader gets is that Joker and Batman are alike than they realize both transformed from what they would have been by a traumatic lossAlan Moore and Brian Bolland’s 1988 sympathetic backstory to the Joker’s origin story is a MUST read for Moore fans Batman devotees and all enthusiasts of the genre The influence on later comics and even on the films particularly Tim Burton’s vision is unmistakableGrim violent sometimes difficult to look at this is nonetheless a graphic novel at the apex of the genus Moore’s writing is engaging and relentless Bolland’s art is mesmerizingHighly recommended

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Batman The Killing JokeFor the first time the Joker's origin is revealed in this tale of insanity and human perseverance Looking to prove that any man can be pushed past his breaking point and go. All it takes is one bad dayThis is one of the most iconic comics in the BatmanJoker mythos and arguably has a place as one of the most iconic comics out there period I think most people will agree that Bolland's visuals are just unbelievable The expressions on the faces the body language even the colors are as close to perfect as you can getAnd Moore is at the top of his game here Wow JustwowThe ripple effects of what happened here not only created Oracle but inspired a ton of other great storylinesI would have thought that a Joker Origin story was maybe the stupidest idea ever before reading this but I think Moore pulled it off beautifully Mainly because this had such a wonderful hint of madness to it that it even with the Joker telling you about his past it still leaves you wondering if that's really what happenedAnd that endingHighly recommended