Read Joker () comic online free and high quality. Writer: Brian Azzarello For some unknown reason The Joker has been released from Arkham Asylum. Read The Joker PDF - by Brian Azzarello DC Comics | An original hardcover graphic novel that tells the story of one very dark night in Gotham. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Building on Heath Ledgers performance in The The Joker - Kindle edition by BRIAN AZZARELLO, Lee Bermejo.
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Shop now on the official Canon store online for an extensive range of authentic Canon products. Discover the Canon difference, enjoy free. If you found that any of above brian azzarello joker graphic novel pdf files may have been subject to copyright protection. Please use our page. Joker is just pure evil, one complex villain, and my favorite. Even the best writing can suffer from terrible art and doom a potential classic to be forgotten.
But Lee Bermejo absolutely kills it. It's scratches and slashes, dark and muddy, and maybe wouldn't work with a different subject. But the art perfectly complements the writing and the "weather" Joker creates. Azzarello just gets dark and gritty Joker. This comic is overwhelmingly good. It's close to being on par with the Killing Joke.
Not enough Batman for that. Not quite timeless enough. Not enough jokes. But here's one for you: Where's the safest place to hide when the world is against you? In sanity. View all 11 comments. Jul 13, Lina rated it it was ok Shelves: Is it childish to say that the main reason I hated this book was because Harley Quinn didn't utter a single word of dialogue?
I mean is just turned into this massive, overly sexualized thing You know the show that invented the character? Because by the way that everyone tries to m Is it childish to say that the main reason I hated this book was because Harley Quinn didn't utter a single word of dialogue? It was supposed to be this gritty story and while it does have a lot of grisly scenes, they did not effect me.
I just felt like this story was weak overall and it relied on flash more than substance. What is said about the Joker is nothing special than what hundreds of comics have said before. Plus, the way they turned Killer Croc into the stereotypical black thug I am not familiar with Azzarello's other work, although I am interested in reading Luther because that's my fictional boyfriend, but this really did not leave me with a good impression.
View all 4 comments. Oct 25, Scarlet Cameo rated it liked it. English review at the bottom Muy bueno. La historia es interesante, pero nada fuera del otro mundo,utiliza muchos recursos que podemos encontrar en otras historias de Batman peor los utiliza de manera correcta, el pro English review at the bottom Muy bueno.
La historia es interesante, pero nada fuera del otro mundo,utiliza muchos recursos que podemos encontrar en otras historias de Batman peor los utiliza de manera correcta, el problema es que no puedo verlo como algo realmente original. The Killing Joke y en dibujo personalmente me gusto mucho el de este issue, pero la historia no logra ser tan memorable. Una buena historia que no logra entrar en la magnificencia por falta de un je ne sais quoi y no por falta de recursos.
Bad idea, he is the kind of men that needs be recognized, craziness is part of that. This travel isn't more violent than insane, and i really miss the lack of the black humor that almoust always came with this rare clown.
Even when the history was good didn't blow my mind, but i can't say what the history needs to do it. Anyway capture my interest and Jeez, the illustrations was absolutely awesome. View 2 comments. Jan 02, Seizure Romero rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't understand why so many panties are damp for this or for the latest Dark Knight movie for that matter, but that's another argument.
The art is good but not great. Artistically, the Joker here is obviously modeled after Heath Ledger's. The story is ok. The Joker gets out of Arkham Asylum and goes around killing people? Quelle surprise. I guess it's 'edgy' if you don't get out much, but I really didn't see anything new here. Telling the tale from the viewpoint of the henchman-wannabe-bada I don't understand why so many panties are damp for this or for the latest Dark Knight movie for that matter, but that's another argument.
Telling the tale from the viewpoint of the henchman-wannabe-badass was a good idea, but loses steam early on. The man's got no depth and is therefore uninteresting. You want nutjob bad guys and over-the-top violence in your comic books?
Read Garth Ennis. He seems to stay awake nights trying to come up with ways to be disturbed. It gets old. Tell me a good story and give me some artwork that makes me say "Wow. Telling a story at night does not make it 'noir. Apr 20, Greg rated it liked it Shelves: This is a book about the Joker, bet you didn't guess that from the title, right? It's the Joker or is it The Joker? Did I mention I'm at work? And that I'm so fucking bored? If I were the Joker I would have just killed the man who just bored me so much with his very uninteresting story of why he wants a test prep book.
It's time like This is a book about the Joker, bet you didn't guess that from the title, right? It's time like that I wish I were a sociopath who would go into some insane rage at having to deal with unbearable people. Seriously, it feels like there is a vortex of boredom surrounding the information desk right now, like anything vaguely interesting, like this graphic novel, which wasn't really that interesting, would collapse into it self and just add to the vacuum of total fucking blahness that this man left in his wake.
I don't really remember much about this book. I read it almost two years ago and that is like ancient history to me as far as books go. Oh look at me, I leave a lowercase kay, because that is my initial and because i only type in lowercase, i'm karen!
Even Karen isn't adding any excitement to this information desk, the vortex of boredom still looms, fuck that motherfucker. I hate that man, he ruined my evening with this boredom and he inspired this review, so hopefully I have spread the boredom. To rid yourself of this boredom you might want to read this graphic novel, but it's not really all that good, so you might still be pretty bored when you're done with it.
Feb 15, Ronyell rated it really liked it Shelves: What is this story about? This story is being told from the viewpoint of one of Introduction: The Joker just realized that while he was gone, his fellow villains, the Penguin, Killer Croc, The Riddler and Two-Face had sold off his properties and the Joker is planning on getting them back!
Be prepared for one violent and nightmare ride as we see how scary the Joker can be when he is really angry!
What I loved about this story: What was so intriguing about this story was the fact that Brian Azzarello really showed the dark side of the Joker as the Joker spends most of this story committing horrible crimes and torturing his fellow criminals and yet, gets away with everything until the very end of the story.
What made me feel uncomfortable about this story: The reason why I gave this comic a four star rating is that there were many slow scenes in this comic as most of the scenes basically dealt with the Joker just discussing with the other rogues gallery about how he wants to split the profits with them. Final Thoughts: Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog View all 18 comments. This is a dark comic with a Heath Ledger look-alike Joker. And I dare say it's a comic about Jonny Frost since it's told from his point of view.
As I said it's a dark comic with a really scary Joker.
And I have to say I prefer the classic Joker with the purple suit and his jokes. This one is just a madman without a funny bone in his entire body. Also, there's Harley Quinn. She's reduced to a stripper who doesn't have a single line in the entire comic. That doesn't work for me as Harley is the reason This is a dark comic with a Heath Ledger look-alike Joker. That doesn't work for me as Harley is the reason the Joker started to grow on me in the first place.
There's only one moment when Jonny spies through a bedroom door and sees Joker crying while holding Quinn. But she appears to be quite detached which I find so unlike her.
Sep 22, Stephen rated it it was ok Shelves: Overall, I did not really care for this one. Other then a few decent moments of Joker acting the consummate psychopath specifically the random break in to the old couple's apartment which was a pretty shocking scene this book had very little to offer.
Not bad enough to warrant 1 star, but I certainly didn't like it enough to rate it any higher than 2. Feb 03, Batman rated it it was amazing. Not my favorite protagonist, but good insider information. Dec 13, Sesana rated it it was ok Shelves: Tough book. For some reason, Azzarello decided to interpret Joker through the lens of a gritty gangster movie.
There are Bat villains that would fit into that prism nicely. Penguin, for example, or Two Face, both appearing. Not exactly. Didn't download it.
Killer Croc? The story itself would have worked, if it wasn't tied to the existing Batman villains. And starting your story with Joker getting released not escaped, actually released for not being crazy anymore from Arkham d Tough book.
And starting your story with Joker getting released not escaped, actually released for not being crazy anymore from Arkham demands an explanation, which never comes. Bermejo's art is quite good, and suits the overall tone and style of the story. Joker's design is pretty obviously based around Heath Ledger, which I have mixed feelings about. I found Riddler's design here more puzzling than anything else. Really, I think the whole book was an excuse to do an original book that would tie in with The Dark Knight while including as many villains as possible.
And in most ways, it sadly fell flat. Brian Azzarello's graphic novel tells a gang war story set in Gotham City and focuses on The Joker after some dumbass at Arkham Asylum granted him an early release and he just strolls out of there of his own accord.
The story is told through the eyes of a two-bit, low-level hood named Jonny Frost, who's the only one with the balls and ambition to pick up The Joker on his release and join him on a rampage through the Gotham City underworld to re-stake his claim.
The stand-out element in this scuzz Brian Azzarello's graphic novel tells a gang war story set in Gotham City and focuses on The Joker after some dumbass at Arkham Asylum granted him an early release and he just strolls out of there of his own accord. The stand-out element in this scuzzy, grungy little crime book is a now infamous depiction of the Crown Prince of Crime, with the longer hair, the wrinkled, scarred face, and the ragged Glasgow Smile cut through his cheeks.
Reportedly, early drafts of this depiction were used as reference for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight and it's Heath Ledger version of the villain, which popularized the look. And within these pages, backed by Lee Bermejo's artwork, it's pretty freaky to look at. And the story is pretty good too, as we see Joker bumping heads with other baddies for a change and it's interesting to see him through the eyes of criminals rather than the good guys this time. And the tension really ramps up as Jonny begins to see just how unhinged and unpredictable and downright insane The Joker is, and how it's a huge mistake to believe that you can simply be "friends" with a man like that.
The Joker is possibly one of the greatest villain characters ever created in any medium, and this book does him justice. May 10, Cassie R. I would round this up a bit to a 2. The artwork wasn't my favorite, the style is harsher than I prefer. It wasn't bad though and the colors were great. The story left a bit to be desired.
It didn't feel very complete and there certainly could have been more. I would have liked there to be more information on each of the characters. I liked seeing Harley in this but was greatly disappointed by the fact that she didn't even get any lines, she just hung around in the backgroun I would round this up a bit to a 2.
I liked seeing Harley in this but was greatly disappointed by the fact that she didn't even get any lines, she just hung around in the background. I liked seeing things from Johnny's point of view but we still only got to know some vague things about him as well. The story just didn't feel very developed, I don't think this is part of a series but it might have been better if it was.
Aug 19, Danni The Girl rated it it was ok Shelves: I thought this was a stand alone read, I found it confusing. Jonny Frost is a pointless character.
What batman says at the end is good though. Apr 12, Etienne rated it it was amazing. The plot of this comic is very average, but it's still a good comic. The Joker! It's a very good presentation of who is the Joker, how it think, the craziness but with that same logic in his action. It remind me a lot of the personification that Heath Ledger did in The Dark Knight, not sure which came first, but seem to have gone out it If you are a Joker fan, this book is a must, at least for the cover, is it the most disgusting creepy comic cover ever?
I would have like a more solid plot line to go with it, but definitely worth my time! Jan 31, Chris rated it did not like it. I try not to write mean reviews, but Joker was like a mugger at a state trooper convention, and just deserves what it gets. Ugly, cruel, poorly written and self indulgent.
This was not a Joker story; it was a Sin City riff dressed up in joker drag. If you have no respect for a character and want to toss all of their "baggage" out the window, just make up your own character. It has pretty much been established after many decades, that the Batman defines and completes the Joker, so if you remove the I try not to write mean reviews, but Joker was like a mugger at a state trooper convention, and just deserves what it gets.
It has pretty much been established after many decades, that the Batman defines and completes the Joker, so if you remove the bat from the equation? You get this book. I know Brian says that the film "the Dark Knight" had no influence on this GN, so you have to wonder why this is the first time the Joker's face has ever been scared in comics. Even if it wasn't based on the Dark Knight's Joker, at lest tell us how his face got mangled. Based on Brian's Batman and Superman work, one can only assume that Brian Azzarello effing hates superheroes and probably should just write his never ending crime comics.
There is a reason this book was shrink wrapped, because if a reader like myself could have read the first three pages, I would have quickly tossed it back on the shelf and shoved my face in a barf bag.
As for his gritty, realistic approach, well if that's what he was going for, then he should have explained why a psychopathic serial killer, with a body count in the hundreds, maybe thousands, was released from an insane asylum. It was like watching Hannibal Lector walk out the mental hospital gates with a new suit and cardboard suitcase and someone forgot to tell Clarice Starling.
Hell, he didn't even have to do any time in a halfway house. The art is fantastic BTW. For fans of shock as a means of storytelling, just go see the latest installment in the SAW horror franchise. He is called the Joker for a reason; he finds humor or irony in his crimes, he doesn't train serial killers. This book seriously lowers the bar on dreadful mainstream comics, while pretending to not be mainstream at all, even though it features the Batatman, Joker and someone who may be the Penguin, but for some reason is not named Oswald Cobblepot.
The best I can come up with is that this was an unused Bullets script, with not much search and replace used in MS Word. If you loved the Saw films, then this is the book for you. If you want to be entertained by a really good, sophisticated serial killer story, add Let the Right one in to your Netflix que.
Sic Semper tyrannis CPR View all 8 comments. Sep 27, Jedi JC Daquis rated it really liked it. That is The Killing Joke. This one is more grounded, a gritty crime story with a whiff of film noir told from the perspective of his trusted henchman, Jonny Frost. So there is no groundbreaking stuff that happened here, just a slice of life, the life of a deranged murderer. The overall mood of Joker, if summarized into four adjectives is gritty, harsh, dark and dirty.
The Azarrello-Bermejo tandem is the perfect pair for a story like this. Azarello can pull off some of the best street-level crime stories while Bermejo has that talent to draw muck and filth to faces and places and still call it beautiful. If Alex Ross' style is hope, then Lee Bermejo's is rot.
Batman has made himself scarce here, something that gave Joker enough space and room to do what he wants too unchecked and unafraid. Again, there is nothing in the graphic novel that we haven't seen or known. If it weren't for Bermejo's art, Joker would end up as another generic story that is focused on the eponymous villain. Some of the villains in Batman's rogue gallery are there as well: Their level of importance vary from just a cameo appearance to a supporting character. Overall I got a lot of fun reading Joker though this may be skipped if you are just a casual reader of the Batman mythos.
Nov 04, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: A friend described the portrayal of the usually bouncy and obnoxious character and I was immediately intrigued. Not as his crazy, obsessed girlfriend who tolerates his abuse because she is crazy and obsessed, but as his partner. I love this book for Harley alone, but, as per the title, this is about the Joker first and foremost. The result is a seemingly mayhem filled romp through Gotham as the Joker hunts down his prey.
But the beauty of this book is that Azzarello does not give us a giggling, insane Joker. Even if something is not working quite right in their heads, villains are still people and I love stories that give us their humanity, even if what we see is still deplorable.
My first experience with Batman was through the series as I was growing up in the 80s. I remember watching it and finding it hilarious.
Holy atomic pile, Batman! An My first experience with Batman was through the series as I was growing up in the 80s. And Joker in this graphic novel is very much a dangerous, psychopathic mess just as Joker is in The Dark Knight. Somehow Joker is released from Arkham Asylum, which is very weird since he is clearly crazy and should be looked up… for good! The Joker is very dark, gritty and violent.