Shame it didn't last longer. These guys are so funny. When I'm having a bad day, I just watch them and my mood does a Really funny. The Jokers are just regular guys having fun and I'm glad they allow me to be part of that. Really wonderful. I loved this and wish there we had the other two episodes produced! It's very similar to the stuff they used to post on their Tenderloins YouTube channel, which I absolutely love.
Give this a chance. It's another way to witness these amazing friendships and get a good laugh at the same time. I loved Jokers Wild, it went back to their improv skit roots and showed a different side to the boys.
So Great, only wish it was kept on the air so I could watch more of this show. I like that Jokers Wild is such a departure from IJ with the skits. This series had me rolling with laughter. I would absolutely love to see more like this from the the guys! See all reviews. Back to top. Get to Know Us.
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It plays well in this narrative but it is an eye roll moment. Anyway, Chill is hanging over some Ace chemicals which will make him a Joker that hates Batman and that forces Batman to save Chill. The Criminal is killed by The Comedian. Again, a great scene. Joker wants to be the one pain that Batman hates so the status quo continues. And that ending would have been great if it ended there Alfred asks how The Jokers came about and in which order and he also asks what his name could be and Bruce says he always knew Now here is where and why I knocked off two stars.
The Joker from The Killing Joke always looked sympathetic. I think Johns has made a blooper here. It just fell flat. So flat. Add in the throw away romance between Red Hood and Batgirl. The ending is just so sloppy. I think too much emphasis goes on The Killing Joke. I found him more enjoyable knowing he had one bad day and it drove him to what he is. Now I think the mystery is gone, the sympathy is gone and now we know too much.
I know Johns is working on a sequel, so I hope for better. I will say that it does make a great companion to the up and coming Joker War in the main continuity. I remember the line from the side issue of the Darkside War.
Batman is given ultimate knowledge and he asks about the Joker, the answer is is cryptic. I waited years for this book, I could not be anything other then a Black Label book.
I don't know is it is going to be folded into the main continuity or not,it is not what I expected but it is every bit as good as I hoped for.
The heroes most affected by the Joker's rampages are not on the trail of the Jokers. Can genius counter madness? Can the scars of the past be heal or redeemed? Great story and artwork. I was hooked from the first page. Witness or relive the most defining moments of these characters lives. I think Jason and Barbara get more time than Batman in this book, but given their past I think this is fair. Not the most action packed comic, but monumental story.
I really like the hardcover format. Great story, great artwork and great characters. Fast delivery. Just what my son wanted. Thank you. One person found this helpful. Really enjoyed reading this book. The art wrk was brilliant the colours were amazing. Report abuse.
Such a great story. Fantastic art. More items to explore. Joker: The Deluxe Edition. DCeased: Unkillables. Dark Nights: Metal. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Make Money with Us.
Amazon Payment Products. Let Us Help You. He brings back a former henchman, Gaggy. Gaggy is the Joker's original sidekick, someone Barbara and Jason weren't aware existed. The Clown brings back razor sharp playing cards, acid flowers, and smiling fish. Batman compares him to a children's show host, though he's definitely not someone children would want to be around. While he claims to have been the one to beat Jason to death with a crowbar, that was likely the Comedian's doing.
His constant taints weigh on Jason, who can't resist shooting at the twisted clown. Jason takes revenge on the clown who attempted to rob him of everything, but he is left wondering if he killed the correct clown. His death angers the original Joker, as Jason's actions removes one of the Jokers. At the Batcave , Batman lays out a set of numbered pictures. There were at least 50 people who had been exposed to the special chemical concoction that created the Joker. The Criminal had wanted to create a at least one Joker with a backstory and an identity.
All of these people had been identified by Batman. Not all of the potential candidates are given a title, and not a single one of these people survived the process of being turned into the Joker.
In Three Jokers , the villainous trio hatches a plot to commit three crimes at once.
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