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Moonshine, an Intoxicating New Series

Image Comics is pleased to announce that author Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso, the New York Times bestselling, Eisner Award-winning creative team that redefined the crime genre with… 206 more words

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Batman Banter: 'The Killing Joke' Movie Review

Greetings from the silence, guys! In the past, I mentioned that I have quite a few interests outside of makeup and beauty (some that may even combine with those two focuses), but I’ve yet to make any posts revolving around them. 676 more words

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Azzarello and Risso Reuniting For 'Moonshine', Coming This October

Image Comics is pleased to announce that author Brian Azzarello (ALPHA KING) and artist Eduardo Risso, the New York Times bestselling, Eisner Award winning creative team that redefined the crime genre with 100 Bullets, have reunited for an all-new gangster tale with a horror-twist in MOONSHINE. 354 more words

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Batman: The Killing Joke - Review

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I think it would be fitting for me to admit beforehand that even with how much I highly admire Alan Moore’s work in general, I believe The Killing Joke to be among his most overrated works (Alan Moore himself admits that it’s not very good) and when I heard a film was to be made based on this comic, I was skeptical because outside of Watchmen, Alan Moore adaptations never translate well on the screen. 870 more words

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Review: Batman: The Killing Joke (2016)

This review contains spoilers for the 1988 graphic novel THE KILLING JOKE.

By Batman’s underpants, they almost fixed The Killing Joke! The iconic, but overrated and problematic comic by Alan Moore had Barbara Gordon appear, get shot and paralysed then disappear entirely except in the form of graphic Polaroids. 733 more words

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The Comics Fondle Podcast | Batman: The Killing Joke Special

The very BEST Alan Moore ending in his entire body of work. – Guillermo del Toro, filmmaker

The Killing Joke is a story about Batman and the Joker; it isn’t about anything that you’re ever going to encounter in real life, because Batman and the Joker are not like any human beings that have ever lived.

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The Killing Joke: How the Adaptation Made it More Problematic and Less Fave

Despite the Killing Joke‘s place in the history of fridging women in superhero comics, I still have a great fondness for the Alan Moore/Brian Bolland… 2,537 more words

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