Batman #23.1

    Batman » Batman #23.1 - Time to Monkey Shine released by DC Comics on November 2013.

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    The Joker has FOREVER been the face of EVIL in the DC Universe…but what led him on this devious path of treachery? Andy Kubert pens this early adventure showcasing the maniacal exploits of the Clown Prince of Gotham—The JOKER!

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    The Jokes on Us 0

    Villains Month is here, and everyone will have their favourite villain that they are looking forward to reading. Mine personally is this man, the Joker, and although I was sceptical about Andy Kubert becoming a writer, I had a lot of hope that he would do a good job. So did he?PlotFollowing his troubled childhood Joker takes a gorilla from a zoo, and helps it to become his sidekick, Jackanapes.ReviewThis has to be one of the worst comic book issues that I have read in a long time, and it's such ...

    14 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    It's A Joke, Get It? Not Really. 0

    I was really hoping that after Snyders treatment of Joker we would get something decent, but no i had to get my hopes up and get this afterwards.l'm not even going to waste time on the introduction on this one, it was simply put a Bad issue, and i did not enjoy it. The Problem here is that Kubert waste an issue completely, this could have actually been something interesting, but it turned out to be just for the Laughs, which doesn't make sense because we don't really read Joker stories to laugh,...

    9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Monkey Business 0

    Just like we all have our favorite heroes, we have our favorite villains. Usually, what attracts us in a hero is what they stand for. What they do that goes above and beyond, the example they set. They make us want to not only be them, but they makes us want to be better people in our day to day lives. Villains, good villains, have the opposite effect. A good villain, you despise them. You enjoy seeing your hero overcome the tremendous obstacles that the villain puts in front of them, and...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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