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  • Title: Grandes historias de Batman: La broma asesina
  • Author: Alan Moore Brian Bolland Andrés Accorsi Rafael De la Iglesia
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  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grandes historias de Batman: La broma asesina By Alan Moore Brian Bolland Andrés Accorsi Rafael De la Iglesia, Edici n argentina Publicado dentro de la serie Grandes historias de Batman La broma asesina.

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    1. It causes me no joy to give any comic written by Alan Moore one star, but this is how it has to be Now, before I write a single word , let me start with this simple disclaimer I consider Alan Moore the best writer to have ever worked in comics There are no qualifiers to that no qualifications Moore is unmatched.But The Killing Joke As a Batman book, it s just bad That isn t to say there s nothing to like here this book certainly has its moments some of which are brilliant, in fact But as a story [...]

    2. 50 If I have to have a past, then I prefer it to be multiple choice 2016 2008 20 It s all a joke Everything anybody ever valued or struggled for it s all a monstrous, demented gag So why can t you see the funny side Why aren t you laughing 4 , , 22 2016 23 2016

    3. 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 Now this was good, and I mean good It s such a simple idea, but so real and powerful I mean one bad day is all it takes One push, one snap, one descent into chaos and it s over Once you ve crossed that threshold then things will never be the same again And the Joker, being the sly and brilliant villain that he is, wants to share the experience with the world He wants [...]

    4. If I have to have a past, then I prefer it to be multiple choice Brilliant, absolutely loved it This is the best Batman graphic novel ever written Here we have a collection that includes two of the greatest comic book characters The Caped Crusader aka Batman and the Clown Prince of Crime aka the Joker suck on that Marvel What can I say about Joker He is my favorite villain of all time He s the greatest, hands down.He s been a constant thorn in Batman s side Batsy s been trying to stop him since [...]

    5. A truly masterpiece of the comic books This is a prestige format stand alone story.Creative Team Writer Alan MooreIllustrator Brian BollandColorist John HigginsHAVE COURAGENothing s going to be the same not ever again.A writer should have balls, and I don t mean the organic meat sacs, since a female writer is the same entitled to have balls But if you aren t confortable with the male metaphor , I am confident that you already got that I am talking about writing with courage.A writer without cour [...]

    6. A 85% ExtraordinaryNotes A discomforting, audacious book that compels re readings and focused, lingering looks at specific pages and panels.

    7. 5.5 stars OH MY GOD I thought I knew everything there was to know about the Joker, one of Batman s greatest foes But after reading Batman The Killing Joke and how the Joker was portrayed in this book, the Joker has officially become one of the most VILE, TWISTED, DARK and most DISTURBING villain I have ever come face to face with AND I LOVED IT Being brilliantly written by Alan Moore and being masterfully illustrated by Brian Bolland, Batman The Killing Joke has remained to be one of the greates [...]

    8. Should some origin stories be better left untold Comic publishers will embellish the backstory of character than necessary or drag it out and milk it, or they ll retcon the character one too many times until the reader doesn t know which way is up If there s a month, a week, a day, a couple of minutes left undocumented in a character s background, it ll be fodder for a future story.Does the Joker need an origin story Some basic facts are presented here He was once normal He became a small time [...]

    9. MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading ListOMG THIS BOOK WAS AWESOME THE STORY LINE THE GRAPHICS ARE FREAKING AMAZING I m sure everyone and their cousin has already read this book, but I haven t so here we go This is about how the joker turned nutsy cuckoo He had a good job but left it thinking he could be a stand up comedian and support his wife and unborn baby Well that didn t happen, he apparently wasn t funny who knew Then he goes and tries to get some crime job with some idiots so he could have t [...]

    10. .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.

    11. One of the classic and most brutal Joker vs Batman graphic novels, The Killing Joke is a Batman classic and should be considered one of the essential canonical books in the genre The Joker is as sinister and terrifying as ever and Batman is pushed to his limits and beyond A fantastic fast moving and beautifully drawn epic

    12. An accurate depiction of what these 45 minutes felt like Nolan s movies are the reason I got hooked into the world of Batman Not only did they become some of my favourite films of all time, but they also gave me one of my favourite villains of all time The Joker.And I figured it was about damn time I took a leap into where it all actually began the comics.There s no doubt that this green haired madman is universally hailed as perhaps the best antagonist to have ever been created, and one can eas [...]

    13. 2.5 stars rounded up.This book was much better than The Watchmen to me I may just not be a fan of Alan Moore s writing.I mean it has this guy and I still didn t fan girl over it.It was an okay book for me though You get the origins of the Jokerwho I think is one of the best villains ever.It s a dark one though for those of you who don t like dark Barbara Gordan aka Batgirl gets shot by the joker and he doesn t stop there He pulls out full assholeness for this one.The artwork is frigging awesome [...]

    14. All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy JokerWow It s good I liked this comic I admit I was afraid because I thought it was published in 1988 and the work of graphics wouldn t be good But at the same time I wanted to know the origin of Joker In spite of its release date, the graphics were quite good I enjoyed reading it The Joker in this one was portrayed better than that in The Man Who Laughs The origin of Joker is heart breaking and pretty typical for our time I di [...]

    15. I asked a GR friend Marvel or DC Her response made me think She said, Marvel over all But DC has the better villains Whu Well.Yeah, I ll be damned, I think she s right.Looking 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 qualities Lex Luthor, Deathstroke, Brainiac, Bane, Harley Quinn and all the Batman bad guys headlined by The [...]

    16. I ve decided to explore the world of superhero comics First on my list, Batman The Killing Joke by Alan Moore.The story opens on a dark and stormy night We re heading into Arkham Asylum with Batman After passing a few famous inmates, we re outside inmate 0801, Name Unknown s cell.A shadowy figure is playing solitaire within the barred room It s The Joker.By far, one of the creepiest villains of the Batman pantheon So when you find yourself locked onto an unpleasant train of thought, heading for [...]

    17. I m probably risking a lynching from the fanboy mob but I liked this a whole lot than the other well regarded bat book, The Dark Knight Returns It nicely illustrates the Batman Joker dynamic as well as highlights their similarities Joker seemed like a psychopath rather than the buffoon he was normally portrayed as at the time Shooting spoiler in the spine and taking pictures in order to try to break spoiler Awesome My favorite part was the Joker and Batman sharing a laugh while waiting for the [...]

    18. English review at the bottom Que puedo decir de esta historia que no se haya dicho ya Qu es un obra maestra Lo es, el dialogo es incre ble, la deconstrucci n del Joker tambi n, pocas historias nos han mostrado tantas capas de este personaje Porqu F cil, tenemos su parte m s vulnerable, una que pocas veces se hab a explotado, tambi n tenemos al cl sico Joker,al que, como dir a Alfred, Quiere ver arder al mundo hay otra capa, la que poco se atreven a mostrar y es Porque Batman y por favor no digan [...]

    19. The Killing Joke does much for the iconic symbolism stylistic edge of the Batman mythology than the serious as a heart attack oooverrated Christopher Nolan films But I am admittedly really in no position to analyze, I leave this to the millions and lkegions of fans The afterward by maestro illustrator his representation the most demonic and therefore probably my favorite interpretation of the Joker is correct when he says that Alan Moore has written better stuff Watchmen, From Hell, Fashion Bea [...]

    20. Batman The Killing Joke Batman , Alan Moore, Brian Bolland Illustrator , Tim Sale Introduction Batman The Killing Joke is a 1988 Comic graphic novel featuring the characters Batman and the Joker written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland The Killing Joke provides an origin story for the supervillain the Joker, loosely adapted from the 1951 story arc The Man Behind the Red Hood 2005

    21. So when you find yourself locked onto an unpleasant train of thought, heading for the places in your past where the screaming is unbearable, remember there s always madness Madness is the emergency exit.Since the animated movie is coming out soon, I decided to finally read this graphic novel And I m so glad I did Joker has always been my favorite batman villain and it was nice to finally get some backstory on his character And despite the great plot, my favorite thing about this graphic novel is [...]

    22. I know nothing about Batman apart from seeing the Christian Bale films I know nothing about Marvell or comic books or superheros in general but i loved this comic My first ever graphic read.

    23. By now, Killing Joke is a book you have to read if you want to cover all the Batman classics And while the Joker Batman matchup might be the greatest hero villain matchup of all time, why this is considered a classic is beyond me It s poorly written, offensive and violent towards women, and betrays the integrity of one character in particular.Let s admit it Moore can t write women At all For evidence, read Watchmen I don t know him as a person but he seems to have very little respect for women [...]

    24. All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy.Thats s how far the world is from where I am Justone bad day Absolutely brilliant

    25. Batman goes to Arkham Asylum on a fool s errand to try and talk sense to the Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker But Joker s not there He s escaped and plans on destroying the Gordon family Will the Dark Knight save them Or will Joker have the last laughFirst off, this is an acknowledged classic and I utterly loved it when I read it several years ago Re reading it now, I can say this book most definitely holds up, this is a classic Batman book for a reason What I forgot was how slim a book it is it [...]

    26. While Joker is one of my favorite villains of all time, this graphic novel didn t amaze me It isn t the perfect backstory that I was expecting I read this because the animated movie is about to be released soon and I wanted to read the graphic novel first I m hoping that the animated movie would be a lot better than this It might just be coincidental though and my mood could ve affected my enjoyment I might be doing a reread of this in the near future and hopefully it would have a different outc [...]

    27. 5.0 stars With all due respect to the iconic Batman The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller, this, in my opinion, is the BEST Batman graphic novel ever written This was the best portrayal of the brutality of the Joker I have ever seen and also the best depiction of the complicated and you could say twisted relationship between Batman and the Joker Truly an epic piece of fiction Highest Possible Recommendation

    28. We must ask ourselves why we love the joker 3 why is he our favorite Villain 3 The killing joke and indeed it was , this comic focused a lot about the joker and his philosophy and his twisted mind , but this was my first time to really get to know the real story about the joker and how he become the joker and i really liked it D i see now why a lot of comics fan rate this as one of the favorites ever , it was brilliant and Alan Moore writing makes it the best , and finally we will saw this type [...]

    29. So why can t you see the funny side Why aren t you laughing Christopher Nolan s Joker is my favourite villain of all time so naturally I had to read this The artwork is amazing Once in a while I just paused to admire the beauty of it LOOK AT THIS LOOK AT IT It s perfect.I really enjoyed reading this I was saddened when I saw how thin the graphic novel was I knew that I was going to want And after reading this I do want It all ended too soon.Oh well Off I go to watch The Dark Knight for the mil [...]

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