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    The Joker #3

    The Joker » The Joker #3 - The Last Ha Ha released by DC Comics on October 1975.

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    The Last Ha Ha last edited by mshirley27 on 04/11/23 06:49PM View full history

    1. Cover by Ernie Chan and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez..
    2. "The Last Ha Ha" written by Denny O'Neil, penciled by Ernie Chan and inked by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.

    Note: Homage to "Peanuts" and "Dick Tracy" by having the comics named "Cashews" and "Dick Star".

    The Creeper loses his memory after a fight with the Joker and thinks that he is the Joker's friend.

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    Well, it says 'villains' but it's sometimes hard to know where the Creeper stands, so... O.K.'The Last Ha Ha' is one of the more unusual Joker stories. It seems like Denny O'Neil was already having second thoughts about a Joker ongoing, but instead of giving up - he vents in the story itself!The story opens with Benny Khiss and Marvin Fargo (two guys who are always running into the Joker) guarding a jeweled comedy mask in a museum. Yet no one knew what was going to happen next? And why exactly d...

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