• Format: Hardbound
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  • Published on: 10/30/2014
  • ISBN: 9781608874194
  • Pages: 64
  • Trim Size: 7 x 7
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The World According to the Joker


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Product Description

Enter The Joker’s twisted world as the Clown Prince of Crime divulges his deranged perspective in this psychotic exposé! Revealing his demented thoughts on a range of topics, including choosing the ideal henchmen, the best way to kidnap a Super Hero, and the art of the killer punch line, The World According to The Joker is a terrifying journey into the mind of the ultimate super-villain. Featuring a wealth of bonus features, including a flyer for The Joker’s first stand-up gig, a Joker gas recipe, and the outrageously interactive “Wheel of Dead Robins,” The World According to The Joker gives unparalleled insight into the unhinged world of the Harlequin of Hate.

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Editorial Reviews

GeekDad : “Like all my favorite coffee table books, this one is packed with extras like posters, flyers and even a Joker gas recipe to call your very own. Penned by Beware the Batman and Spider-Man Unlimited scribe Matthew K. Manning and illustrated by Joel Gomez, it’s a weird and wonderful title that’ll hit shelves on October 30th, just in time for Halloween.”

From the Batcave: “...a hilarious romp through the demented worldview of one of Batman’s (and comic books overall’s) greatest villains, and takes readers on an unparalleled and distorted trip through the character’s nearly 75-year long history. It’s a must-have for Batman fans, comic book lovers, and collectors alike.”

About the Author

Matthew K. Manning, Author: Matthew K. Manning is a comic book writer, historian, and fan. He has written comics for DC Comics and Marvel, including Beware the Batman, Spider-Man Unlimited, and Marvel Romance Redux. When not writing comics themselves, he writes books about the comic book medium and its rich history.

Joel Gomez, Illustrator: Joel Gomez is a freelance comic book artist who has worked on Attica, Jason Coffee’s WarHawks, Flashpoint: Reverse Flash, Rift: Telara Chronicles, and Gears of War, among other titles. He lives in San Diego, California.

Beth Sotelo, Illustrator: Beth Sotelo got her start in 2001 as a colorist for Top Cow Productions (Magdalena Vol. 2, Witchblade/Wolverine). Since then she has colored comics for Marvel (New X-Men Vol. 1, Wolverine: Killing Made Simple Vol. 1), DC (Brightest Day Vol. 1, Supergirl Vol. 5), and Aspen Comics (Fathom Vol. 4, Soulfire Vol. 2). Currently, Beth is writing and drawing her creator-owned book titled Grump, which was successfully funded through Kickstarter. She lives in San Diego, California. www.BethSotelo.com

Freddie E. Williams II, Illustrator: Freddie E. Williams II burst onto the comic book scene in 2005, when he began work with DC Comics on the Eisner Award winning series Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle. Since then, he has illustrated a long list of DC Comics titles, including: Robin, The Flash, Countdown, 52, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, JSA All-Stars, Captain Atom, Green Arrow, The Movement, and Infinite Crisis. While the bulk of his work has been with DC Comics, Freddie has illustrated Brain Boy and Conan for Dark Horse Comics, as well as the Legendary Star Lord for Marvel Comics. Freddie is also artist and author of The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics.