Batman #14

    Batman » Batman #14 - Funny Bones; Men of Worship released by DC Comics on January 2013.

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    Funny Bones; Men of Worship last edited by Omnipotent94 on 05/11/19 04:56AM View full history

    “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” continues!

    The Joker is back and somehow more sinister than ever! What caused this change? And can even Batman stop a Joker so driven and dangerous?

    And where is Alfred?

    Plus: In the backup feature, The Penguin is running out of options as he’s confronted by The Joker!


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    Face to Face... to Face 0

    This has been a brilliant series and Scott Snyder has done an amazing job on it. I have been both a Batman and Joker fan for most of my life and there is nothing I love more that a story involving the two of them that's written well, and nothing I dislike more than a bad story involving both of them. This is why I was very excited about this story line as knowing that Snyder has the skills to produce amazing stories I hoped he would do one with Joker, and so far he has.PlotThis issue sees Batman...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Hello Darling! 0

    SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!I know I haven't got a review up for #13 becasue I'm waiting on the 2nd printing so I'll have a review up then but I got issue 14 and decided to review it since it's fairly important.I only have the Zero issue for this series which was pretty good so I decided to start buying the series becasue well I love Batman and the Joker and the Zero issue was good.The plotBatman has been trapped by Harley Quinn in a vat of acid and it is slowly filling with acid Batman creates a Pressuri...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    A Most Twisted Form of Love 0

    THIS. COVER. IS. FANTASTIC. It's so goofy on a level that genuinely works. Joker's just watching his hastily stacked monitors dressed as a utility worker. The whole makeshift headquarters is just so damn Joker. Everything about this cover is unexpected, and pretty much the opposite of the previous cover. It just feels like this is a rare 'behind the scenes' look at The Joker as he works on a plan. It's genius in the way is so unexpectedly clashes with the intensely creepy tone of the previous co...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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