He then says that the situation reminds him of a joke about two patients in an insane asylum who try to escape by leaping over to the adjoining building. There are two other reasons why I can't stand this book, even amid its incessant praise: 1 Giving the Joker a backstory was a terrible idea. Looking to prove that any man can be pushed past his breaking point and go mad, the Joker attempts to drive Commissioner Gordon insane. The criminals tell him that he has to use the 's mask and caped costume, secretly intending to frame him. In a level featuring a psychiatric interview with , Joker is playable as the Red Hood, walking through the chemical plant that will end with him becoming the Joker, as well as earlier beating up several patrons at a Comedy Club due to very poor reception towards a joke he made.
But I loved Moore's choice of ending the story on a joke, that was a master stroke. Hey mister, you wanna buy a truckload of alternate foil 1 issues of Spider-Man 2099? On July 10, 2015, during the panel at , Timm announced that an animated film based on the novel was in development and slated to be released in 2016. The criminals are gunned down and the comedian is confronted by Batman. The cover depicts the Joker standing next to a tearful Batgirl, who has a red smile painted across her mouth. Kevlar-woven cape trailing behind him, he strode toward those gates, his tread surprisingly light for a man of his heft. According to the grinning engine of madness and mayhem known as The Joker, that's all that separates the sane from the psychotic. Like the lead in a bad romantic comedy, she pouts and makes boneheaded decisions in the heat of battle because she's too distracted by her lousy love life to focus on superhero-ing.
Since the animated movie is coming out soon, I decided to finally read this graphic novel. Yet Moore undoes all of that--the enigma behind Joker is no more. این کمیک چگونگی تبدیل شدن جوکر از یه انسان معمولی به جوکر رو نشون میده. During the planning, the police inform him that Jeannie and their unborn child have died in a household accident. The only one that keeps Gotham City from falling deep into madness? Fans of that story or Joker in general should give it a watch, but maybe fast-forward through those first 30 minutes. I bet a lot of them love this book.
Also did a great job with making the body language add to the story. A fantastic fast-moving and beautifully drawn epic! Mainly because this had such a wonderful hint of madness to it, that it even with the Joker telling you about his past, it still leaves you wondering if that's really what happened. That isn't to say there's nothing to like here: this book certainly has its moments; some of which are brilliant, in fact. I mean one bad day is all it takes. All of the equipment bore the logo of a division of Wayne Technologies. It received criticism for its prologue and its portrayal of , while the adaptation of the source material was met with more mixed results. It's a testament to Alan Moore's skilful plotting and Brian Bolland's superb artwork and layouts then that the two of them are able to fit so much and develop it so well in such a limited frame.
And can I just say how pleased I am at his decision to recolour the deluxe version? A writer without courage never will be able to impact the readers. And his treatment of Barbara--the Joker shoots her in the spine, paralyzing her--is evidence of that. هر چند ترکیب شدنش با عناصر فانتزی سیاه تیم برتون، کمی حال و هوای کمیک رو از بین برده، ولی ماجرای جوکر شدن جوکر، تا حد زیادی از این کمیک اخذ شده. I never, ever thought that he actually raped her. Instead of adding layers to the Joker's personality, it just made him less interesting. نويسنده آلن مور، توی دنیای داستان مصور، یکی از نویسنده های افسانه ایه و از روی چندتا از کمیک هاش، فیلم ساخته شده از جمله: وی مثل وندتا، واچمن، کنستانتین، انجمن نجیب زادگان عجیب.
The real problem with Killing Joke, however, is the other story line. The expressions on the faces, the body language, even the colors are as close to perfect as you can get. One of the classic and most brutal Joker vs Batman graphic novels, The Killing Joke is a Batman classic and should be considered one of the essential canonical books in the genre. The Commissioner possessed a misleading appearance. Hamill brings out the character's humanity, even as shades of the psychopath lurking within are there along the margins. That's really my only complaint. In the end, after everything, The Joker's comprehension of the human psyche is wrong.
There are a lot of 5 star reviews and I'm sure they make valid points. It might just be coincidental though and my mood could've affected my enjoyment. A pair of spring-loaded forward-facing Browning machine guns could pop out on either side of the hood. I enjoyed the psychological message that Alan Moore was presenting in this story as the Joker sees life as being a huge awful joke meaning that life is miserable while Batman is truly trying to see the reality of the situations in life. Bottom line: This book has some panels that will be burned into your brain for the rest of your life. The Joker is a personification of the chaos waiting out in the dark beyond the firelight, and his is a blindly malevolent force. Not only did they become some of my favourite films of all time, but they also gave me one of my favourite villains of all time: The Joker.
A shadowy figure is playing solitaire within the barred room. Bolland's approach is markedly different particularly in the flashback sequences of Joker-before-he-was-Joker. This had spurred him to renovate his family estate and devote his resources to helping others, that they might not suffer as she had. From her wheelchair, using her intelligence, hacking skills and information searches, she became a key ally to not only the Bat-family but also the Titans and even the Justice League. Even in daytime, the place was dreary and foreboding, even more so in this weather. The story is great and the illustrations are phenomenal. It features several key actors from Batman: The Animated Series reprising their iconic roles.
An accurate depiction of what these 45 minutes felt like: Nolan's movies are the reason I got hooked into the world of Batman. Franz himself is an utterly pointless addition to the conflict. His henchmen then beat Gordon and cage him in the park's. I also loved the way that Alan Moore portrayed the relationship between Batman and the Joker since it is rare that I see a hero and a villain have a sort of understandable relationship seeing as how they both had lost people dear to them, but viewed life in a different life. Follow his humble beginnings as a struggling comic to his fateful encounter with the Dark Knight that changed everything. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.