Arkham Asylum: Madness #1

    Arkham Asylum: Madness » Arkham Asylum: Madness #1 - Arkham Asylum: Madness released by DC Comics on June 2010.

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    Arkham Asylum: Madness last edited by palsunstar on 06/07/23 09:54PM View full history

    "It is the most feared house in all of Gotham City. It contains the worst that the city has to offer. It is the place The Dark Knight's most dangerous and psychotic foes call home. Writer/artist Sam Kieth invites you to spend 24 hours in Arkham Asylum - the most unsettling house in the DC Universe."



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    How much horror can one person take? 0

    To celebrate one of my most favorite months, I decided to review one of the most dark, and craziest comics that i've found within my collection, and I decided to review a book that tried its very best to show an audience the meaning and visuals of pure insanity.     Sam Kieth would introduce Arkham Asylum: Madness  But was Sam able to give us a story that would have the children suffering at night with the most horrible nightmares of DC's beloved Joker and a selected cast of Arkham Inmates, or w...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A symbolic chaos of "Madness" 0

    Welcome to Arkham Asylum and Sam Kieth is the master of madness.  Sam Kieth might be most famous for being the guy who walked away from Neil Gaiman's Sandman, but a lot of his fans love him for the odd ball superhero series The Maxx.  For those who don't know what The Maxx is, it was a adapted to an MTV animation which starred a huge purple crime fighter who is trapped between this mystical Outback and the real world.  Sam is no stranger to Madness, The Maxx was a series of pure imagination...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A Good Grim Tale 0

    I randomly read this at my leisure not really knowing what to expect.  This book kind of goes hand and hand with Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on a Serious Earth, the tale follows a nurse Salene Robbins, through a 24hr shift at Arkham, and the events that take place within. This story is rather enjoyable, so Im not going to tell much about the actual things that transpire, but I will tell you that it's worth picking this book up if you like unconventional Batman tales.  Sam Keith does a great j...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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