Joker by Brian Azzarello & Lee Bermejo Book Review By J.K. Tares of a Clown Way back in the good ol’ days of yore, the clown prince of crime would squirt someone in the face with a cream pie from the flower on his lapel, dance a little jig, steal a couple diamonds, and get arrested by the Batman. 783 more words
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Oddly enough, I had to read this graphic novel for my Mythology class. We were discussing myth in the modern world and so we did a unit on Wonder Woman, reading the first two issues of the original comic book series, watching the pilot of the Lynda Carter TV show, and finally, reading the first volume of the new 52. 156 more words
Jumping off of its pages with a striking art style, juicy stories and a powerful heroine that demands respect, Wonder Woman by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang rocked my socks in a huge way. 381 more words
If you’re a comic fan, the image below is kind of a big deal.
The series is the third installment of Frank Miller’s Dark Knight take on the Batman that has certainly been the most influential conception of the character over the last 25 years. 27 more words
The next and I’m guessing last chapter of Frank Miller’s Dark Knight saga was officially announced yesterday, The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.
There are lots of accusations that this is a cash grab on Miller’s part due to his increasing ill health but even if it is the case I am still looking forward to it. 89 more words