Batman #23.1 The Joker

Batman The Joker The Joker has forever been the face of evil in the DC Universe but what led him on this devious path of treachery Andy Kubert pens this early adventure showcasing the maniacal exploits of the Clown P

  • Title: Batman #23.1 The Joker
  • Author: Andy Kubert Andy Clarke
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Joker has forever been the face of evil in the DC Universe, but what led him on this devious path of treachery Andy Kubert pens this early adventure showcasing the maniacal exploits of the Clown Prince of Gotham.

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    About "Andy Kubert Andy Clarke"

    1. Andy Kubert Andy Clarke

      Andrew Andy Kubert is an American comic book artist, son of Joe Kubert, and brother of Adam Kubert, both of whom are also artists He is a graduate of and an instructor of second year classes at the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, founded by his father who also teaches there.

    518 thoughts on “Batman #23.1 The Joker”

    1. Not what I`ve expected.Not what I`ve expected at all.What the hell they were thinking showing our beloved Joker like this.He looked more like a bloody house wife and a mother to me :(


    2. The joker is always the same. It was quite interesting seeing him playing daddy and actually caring for the kid. The results weren't what I was expecting. Although is was quite logical




    3. In 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 befo [...]


    4. With the Joker you have alot to work with, and we got the Joker and his pet monkey. not very good at all.


    5. You can read the full review over at my blog:sonsofcorax.wordpress/2013So, my Villain’s Month reading kicked off a couple hours ago with Andy Kubert’s Batman #23.1, featuring The Joker. As I’ve remarked elsewhere, some of these Villain’s Month issues are essential origin issues, or they are continuations of the ongoing Trinity War/Forever Evil event continuity. This particular issue falls somewhere in the middle, since it is a flashback issue set at some point in The Joker’s past, pres [...]



    6. Andy Kubert is just such a bad writer. He can't sustain 20 pages. It's a shame, because Clarke is a wonderful artist.


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