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Batman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family - Community Reviews back

by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion
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Lollypop's book
Lollypop's book rated it 4 years ago
As the title intales this was my first batman graphic novel that I have read :) Now I read this at 3am because I woke up feeling ill and i decided before reading a novel I would have a break with a recommened comic by my comic book nerd brother. Im so glad that I read this it was fabulous I ga...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 5 years ago
This is a chilling volume that proves that the Joker is Batman's most dangerous enemy. He earns that dubious title, by proving that he will do anything to destroy Batman. He works for it, and while he understand how Batman thinks, he doesn't show his own hand. Every time you think that Batma...
bryceoc
bryceoc rated it 5 years ago
I don't read comic books. Graphic novels, yeah, but I feel like I never have time to get into a serialized comic series. So I can say that this is my first modern Batman comic. I think I would have got even more out of it if I were to have read the other comics in this series, but as a standalone, i...
allcomic
allcomic rated it 5 years ago
Revised to 4 stars. It reads much better in trade and after listening to the Capullo/Snyder appearance on Fatman on Batman.
Gypsy Librarian on Books
Gypsy Librarian on Books rated it 6 years ago
A new review posted in my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Review excerpt: "In this volume, the Joker returns. He had his face sliced off, and he has been gone for a year. Some folks began to feel safe, but Joker is not about safe. He has now returned, and he is madder than ever." Click on the lin...
brandonsears
brandonsears rated it 6 years ago
It’s been a year since the Clown Prince of Crime has battled Batman. After slicing off his own face and hitting the highway, Joker had disappeared leaving Batman to tangle with a mysterious society bent on Gotham’s destruction. Now, he’s returned and he has grand plans for The Dark Knight and his ...
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