Victor



Victor, aka Bearded Justice, is our Resident Graphic Novels expert.  Come to him for advice on all things graphically novellated. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Joker (Hardcover)

$19.99
ISBN-13: 9781401215811
Availability: Special Order - Subject to Availability
Published: DC Comics, 11/2008

The Joker has just been released from Arkham Asylum, and he wants his city back, no matter who stands in his way. The darkest most violent Joker story since “The Killing Joke,” I can’t recommend this book highly enough! It left me weeping in the moonlight.

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$19.99
ISBN-13: 9780930289225
Availability: Special Order - Subject to Availability
Published: Vertigo, 2/1998

This volume includes the first seven issues of Alan Moore’s historic, award winning run on the series. Watch for a brief cameo from the Justice League, as well as an encounter with a supernatural beast who feeds off the fears of man!

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$17.99
ISBN-13: 9781401216672
Availability: Probably In Stock -- Call to confirm
Published: DC Comics, 3/2008

Alan Moore, comic's greatest writer, brings you the origin of comic's greatest icon, the Joker. Considered one of Batman's darkest stories, The Killing Joke is suggested for mature readers only.

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Batman: Year One (Paperback)

$14.99
ISBN-13: 9781401207526
Availability: Probably In Stock -- Call to confirm
Published: DC Comics, 4/2007

Batman: Year One tells the story of Batman's first year as Gotham's dark knight. Frank Miller's portrait of Gotham City is one of crime and police corruption. It also tells the story of Commissioner Gordon's first year in Gotham. This a MUST READ for any Batman fan.

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Watchmen (Paperback)

$19.99
ISBN-13: 9780930289232
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Published: DC Comics, 4/1995

Watchmen is the GREATEST graphic novel ever written. You will never find a more complex and detailed story in any other graphic novel. Alan Moore's real world approach to the superhero genre makes traditional superheroes look foolish. To even begin to attempt to explain the complex story of Watchmen would take five pages. Take my word for it, it doesn't get any better than Watchmen.

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