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Who is The Joker’s Daughter? What horrors lurk in the mind of this deranged lunatic, and why is there more to her than meets the eye? More than just a crazy person who stumbled upon The Joker’s face, more than just a woman with a mission, The Joker’s Daughter sees herself as a woman on the path of greed, dominance and lordship over the Gotham Underground. This special issue tells a sordid tale in the life of one of DC’s most popular new villains!



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Batman: Joker's Daughter (One-Shot) Review 0

Marguerite Bennett has proven to be a very talented new writer, having done a terrific job of both the Batgirl Zero Year tie-in and Batman Annual #2. Bennett's storytelling was probably the best part of this issue, with the monologue from Joker's Daughter adding a lot of depth to the story. Bennett also showed how unlike fellow Joker worshiper Harley Quinn, this girl is much more disturbed, having a very mixed up sense of purpose. Added to this the brilliant pacing and intense character interact...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Batman: Joker’s Daughter #1 Review –“Who is your Daddy, and What Does He Do?” 0

Intro At the time of villains’ month I was very intrigued by the character’s look and really wanted to learn more about her and see if this version is any different than the others. So after reading her villain’s month and a couple of Catwoman’s issues my interest in her fell completely off. She had a very interesting origin of dealing with anorexia and not accepting her looks. But the underground tunnel with her underwater cat (laughs) wasn’t good enough for me. Sh...

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The Joker's Daughter1 Review 0

This comic starts off with a teenage girl in the Gotham Underworld finding the Joker's face, which apparently fell off when he fell to his death in his last fight with Batman. She talks about how she feels close to Joker, but not close enough. She puts on the mask, but also eats part of it so her "father" is a part of her. This comic, unlike the first one made during villains month, did not show her taking over the underworld. We do see this girl, however, set up a fake school bus with fake scho...

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