The Brave and the Bold #31

    The Brave and the Bold » The Brave and the Bold #31 - Small Problems released by DC Comics on March 1, 2010.

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    Comics' greatest archrivalry: The Joker and…The Atom?! The smallest hero in the DC Universe gets into the head of the biggest menace in all of Gotham City! Don't miss an issue of the series that IGN calls "Fascinating… the work of a master comics storyteller!"


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    The Joker,he's a bit mad you know. 0

    It's great to see DC giving Brave and the Bold some love but to be honest I was diappointed with the early issues of the Straczynski run on the title.Things are improving though,the previous issue with Dr Fate and Green Lantern was excellent and this issue is equally as good.        The Atom(Ray Palmer) is summoned to Arkham and asked if he will help save the life of The Joker by going inside his head and treating damage to his brain.As you would expect it's moral dillema time for Ray and he get...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Joke's on Atom 0

    I Have never read a Comic with Atom in it that was this Funny! Atom is asked to come and save the life of someone at Arkham. He listens to what the Problem is, and is okay with it. They then tell him who it is, the Joker !The Only thing he can say is…I just couldn’t stop laughing! It was so funny to see him say that! Then they try and tell him why he has to, and all he can say is, “No!” and “It’s the Joker .” Then finally they pressed the right Button. It could kill Him.Hehe… that was all he nee...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    It Took the Tiny Man, The Atom, to Truly Get In The Joker's Head 0

    The Good: For starters, this is an incredibly unusual pairing. For a bunch of his issues it seems like Straczynski just threw darts at a board with the name of every DC character and then just wrote what he was dealt. And frankly, I actually hope it was something like that, because its an interesting approach to a series like this. The Atom and The Joker? How do you even come up with a duo like that? And this oddity is represented in the cover. It's a weird and creepy cover, I absolutely love it...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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