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    B&N Book Club Discover Pick of the Month Escape into a Good Book Everyone's Talking About If that threaten Gotham City, none is more dangerous—or more persistent—than the Harlequin of Hate himself, the Joker! The Caped Crusader is challenged by the mystery of the in a special tale Quickview. Batman: Detective Comics Vol. 4.
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    Todd Phillips’ “Joker” is a pair of bloodshot, blaring eyes screaming, crying, and cackling in your face. Right in your face. For two hours. Though less happens here, it has that nonstop intensity we find in “Natural Born Killers” and “Fight Club.”By the end of the screening, I was exhausted, assuming I would not ever watch the movie again.
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    Jul 11,  · Joker chuckles into theaters everywhere Friday Oct. 4. In that same long form interview with Empire for the magazine’s August issue, he also assured fans that the movie would feature “a very clear-cut interpretation” of the character’s origin patcompreatvaethempsontarotonasoce.coinfo could also be seen as flying in the face of tradition because the Joker’s beginnings have been more purposefully muddied over the.
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    Celebrating Batman and Joker's seventy-five years as cultural icons, this hardcover Joker Anthology collects stories from the characters seven decades as the greatest villain in comics. Featuring stories from Batman #1, 5, 25, 32, 85, , , , Batman #15 (The New.
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    The Joker, the archenemy of the fictional superhero Batman, has appeared in various media. WorldCat (a catalog of libraries in countries) records over productions featuring the Joker as a subject, including films, television series, books, and video games. Live-action films featuring the character are typically the most successful.