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    After escaping from Arkham Asylum, Killer Croc becomes the muscle for a low-level gangster and his wife.

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    Review: Joker's Asylum II: Killer Croc 0

    After escaping from Arkham Asylum, Killer Croc becomes the muscle for a low-level gangster and his wife.  The Good The simplistic nature of this one-shot's plot is something of a double-edged sword. Or maybe even tripled-edged, if that's possible. It's an enjoyable "told-in-one" that pleasantly reminds me of a good episode of the old Batman: The Animated Series or even a short from Tales from the Crypt (especially considering given the Cryptkeeper vibe the Joker a...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Killer Croc knows what a monster really is. 0

    The Story: Killer Croc escapes from prison and finds himself injured and rescued by a man and his wife, who are a couple trying to reach through the ranks of the criminal underground within Gotham. Finding more than a new role in his criminal career, Killer Croc also finds a new family that accepts him for who he is, but then things later turn bad for both Killer Croc and the couple.  The Good: -I loved this comic, I really do because it brought out the Killer Croc and shows him being more than ...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Joker's Asylum II: Killer Croc (Beauty and The Beast) 0

    This month, DC Comics has been treating us readers with one-shots of some of the most eccentric, and in this case, savage characters in Batman's Rogues Gallery, with a morbid, dark narrative from Joker himself. This issue is based on Waylon Jones, a.k.a. Killer Croc. I'll tell you, as far as one-shots go, this is as twisted in humor as Joker's Asylum II: The Riddler, but a complete 180 degree differential from the Harley Quinn one-shot. As that's out of the way, ladies and gentlemen, sit back, a...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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