Batman #3

    Batman » Batman #3 - Volume 3: Death of the Family released by DC Comics on October 2013.

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    Volume 3: Death of the Family last edited by downinthesewer on 10/10/23 12:43PM View full history

    After having his face sliced off, The Joker makes his horrifying return to Gotham City in this epic from issues #13-17 that shook Batman to his core! But even for a man who's committed a lifetime of murder, he's more dangerous than ever before. How can Batman protect his city and those he's closest to?

    This new hardcover features an acetate dust jacket showcasing the face of The Joker as it appeared on the die-cut covers of the "Death of the Family" comics - and under that dust jacket lies the horror that is The Joker's skinless skull!


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    The Joker returns and he's not playing. 0

    Originally written 2-19-14Gotham City once again will experience an all too familiar evil. The Joker is back and he's far more vicious than ever before, and this time Batman isn't the only one on his mind. Batman has been waiting for him ever since his disappearance and this time he's ready. He'll learn once again there's no "being ready" for the Joker. -summaryIn the beginning of DC's New 52 reboot, the Joker made a single appearance back in Detective Comics Volume One: Faces of Death. He had n...

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    La eterna lucha entre el bien y el mal. 0

    Me gustó muchísimo la historia, desde la filosofía implícita en la relación Batman/Joker hasta los dibujos de Greg Capullo. La verdad es que volví a disfrutar de una gran historia en formato cómic-book....

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    One of the greatest Batman/Joker stories (if not the best) 0

    This stoy presents a year-long absent Joker who's back in Gotham to haunt Batman and prove a point: there can't be a Bat Family. The Joker scenes are so suspenseful, and are the most disturbing moments I've seen in comics. The final was a little bit forced in my opinion, because they are so much moments that would change the Batman story forever, but then it turns out in the same Statu Quo of always, but a little bit more distant and unconfident family. ...

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