The Joker: Endgame

ISBN9781401258771
PublisherDC Comics
Published9/29/2015
Pages312
AuthorJames Tynion, Brenden Fletcher, Scott Snyder
FormatHARDCOVER
Weight0.8 Kg.
Height10.5 in.
Width6.9 in.
Depth0.8 in.

The Joker: Endgame

James Tynion, Brenden Fletcher, Scott Snyder

HARDCOVER

9/29/2015

The joke is over. Batman’s greatest enemy-his deadliest threat-is done toying with Gotham City. Now he means to end the game and destroy them for good. The Joker’s bloody-minded madness is exceeded only by his twisted genius. He is the Clown Prince, the Pale Man, and his crimes turn the world into one big sick joke. For him, evil is eternal. And when he unleashes his masterstroke, no one-not Batman, not the Justice League, not all of Gotham’s guardians-will be able to make the laughter stop. As the Joker plays his endgame with the Batman, citizens, villains and heroes alike must survive his deadly antics and come to terms with who the Joker is and what he means to them.

The Joker: Endgame

James Tynion, Brenden Fletcher, Scott Snyder

₱1,320.00

Information

ISBN9781401258771
PublisherDC Comics
Published9/29/2015
Pages312
AuthorJames Tynion, Brenden Fletcher, Scott Snyder
FormatHARDCOVER
Weight0.8 Kg.
Height10.5 in.
Width6.9 in.
Depth0.8 in.

Synopsis

The joke is over. Batman’s greatest enemy-his deadliest threat-is done toying with Gotham City. Now he means to end the game and destroy them for good. The Joker’s bloody-minded madness is exceeded only by his twisted genius. He is the Clown Prince, the Pale Man, and his crimes turn the world into one big sick joke. For him, evil is eternal. And when he unleashes his masterstroke, no one-not Batman, not the Justice League, not all of Gotham’s guardians-will be able to make the laughter stop. As the Joker plays his endgame with the Batman, citizens, villains and heroes alike must survive his deadly antics and come to terms with who the Joker is and what he means to them.

Editorial Reviews

"Sets itself up to explore the origins of a certain someone's comeback in an appropriately creepy and amorphous manner."

– IGN

"Jones reminds readers just how horrific the world around the Dark Knight can get. Tynion, confident in the abilities of his collaborator, plays up the trepidation, mixes in some insanity and then turns out the lights."

– Comic Book Resources