Batman: The Three Jokers
ISBN: 1779500238
EAN13: 9781779500236
Language: English
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 1" H x 10.19" L x 6.63" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Spoiler Alert
Delivery took some time, but the wait was worth it. It was a brilliant spin-off from the infamous Killing Joke, felt like a complete narrative to close the loop and move forward from the story.
   It’s a beautifully comic, with an ending that was worth the wait.
I've enjoyed the book and the illustrations by Frank Stella. The book was a read that was above average, but the ending had me appreciating the book in whole.
   Mighty impressive…
The Beatles' music stands in a class by itself. I've always liked the story of the whole Batman mythology, in a way, full circle. This is a must have for hardcover collectors.
   Worth it
3 jokers were worth the wait, Tunick said. The team did not find any issues during the survey. If I had to choose between two options, I would have to download the entire thing. Amazon's Kindle Fire is the fastest-selling e-reader in the US.
   Be careful and make sure its what you want
Television images could not be loaded. The book is just not what i thought it was since my scearch was for a coloring book but its my fault, it's just too good.
   Good but not worth all the fuss
This is a good Batman v Joker story, but given all the hype surrounding it's release, the story itself falls short of living up to it. Not to spoil anything, but it felt as if potential greatness and truly shocking twists had been left on the table. Maybe this is setting things up for the future, but why not wait when it was right here for the taking? The actual panels are bland, even by Marvel standards. There were a lot of potentials that went wrong, he said. If expanded and the risks were taken, this would have been legendary, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's just a good read that can be revisited down the line to ponder what it's all about, he said.
   Well-Crafted and Clever
Really enjoyed this story, said Blair. Full of interesting details you might not catch on the first read-through, plus the art is beautiful, Morgenthau said. This is a great addition to any Bat-fan's collection.
   Very happy!
This was a present for my son that he was absolutely stoked when he got it. He's a big fan, and this also arrived early, so thank you! It's just that they call it "computer""They're just trying to steal money," said one man.
   Totally agree with many of the reviews so far
It felt rushed, and some of what happened could be seen coming a mile away, he said. After reading the first part of the story, I felt that the authoer had been given a little more room to develop the story. If the story was fair, the artist would have been paid the price of the book. Batman seemed to take a backseat some of the time, but then he wasn't the one who got shot or the one who got beaten by the Joker so fair is fair, Myers said. Even with the bubbles, I could look at those pictures over and over again. It's just that rarest of diamonds - the one that nobody's paying attention to.
   Not sure why this is getting such good reviews
But the artist's work is truly exceptional. The quality of the book is first class, he said. But as a purely visual experience, it's 55. It's a terrible story, even if the writer has a good story. There is not much reason for there to be three Jokers, and the concept doesn't seem to be explored much. For a book titled Three Jokers, it has little to do with Batman or the Joker, focusing on the side characters. The book is just off riding the names of the people involved and the newness of the title, Reichert said.