The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #9

DC Comics

Written by Matthew Rosenberg

Art by Carmine Di Giandomenico

Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr

Letters by Tom Napolitano

The Rundown: While one Joker gets closer to the city, another works to secure his stake in it.

Joker continues his journey back to Gotham with his pair of unusual passengers. A journey that will bring him face to face with some local color that he will decide needs to be more colorful.

At the same time, the Joker already in Gotham decides to pay another visit to Killer Croc before paying another visit to a familiar face so that he can secure an army. On the streets of Gotham, Jason gets a unexpected rescue.

The Story: Rosenberg delivers some great action and humor in this issue. The story takes some big leaps narratively and they work for the most part. The story drags at times, but there are enough interesting moments in the issue to make me interested in seeing where this story goes and what Rosenberg is trying to convey.

The Art: Di Giandomenico delivers some great art in the issue. The art has a wonderful fluidity to it that is enhanced by the great action and thrills of the story.

The Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing #9



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