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Review: Joker's Asylum II the Mad Hatter 0

The Mad Hatter tries to find his Alice as we get a deeper look into his psyche... and lots of tea drinking.  The Good I love the look into Mad Hatter's brain, so we can get a bit more of an understanding of what makes him tick, but I feel like it's been done before. As for the art, I loved the more detailed, almost Vertigo-esque quality of art, at times. With many aspects of this issue, the good mixed in with the bad. Artwise, I loved how Giffen & Sienkiewicz drew the Joker. It was simp...

2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Doesn't Quite Take the Hat 0

In every set of Joker's Asylum, there are some good stories, and some mediocre ones. This happens to fall into the mediocre category. The main reason? Probably the art. Oh, and the fact that it follows the exact same storyline as half the other Joker's Asylums. Super-villain meets girl. Super-villain falls in love with girl. Super-villain wins girl's heart/captures girl. Something goes wrong. Super-villain goes back to being typically super-villain-y. Yep, that about sums it up.  The Good  The t...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

An odd and creepy tea time 0

The Story: Another story narrated by the Joker about one of the villians that I never liked from the start. Mad Hatter, the small, deformed, abnormal buck toothed, Alice obsessed weirdo really stood out in this comic. Basically the story is involved with Jarvis trying, and I do mean trying to reform himself and stay away from anything that would bring him back to his criminal career. But its hard for him when he encounters a lady who resembles the Alice character in the "Alice in Wonderland" st...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Three Cheers for Bill! 0

Now, a lot of the other reviewers have complained that they don't like the art. So, I'd better come clean here, and state for the record that Bill Sienkiewicz is my favorite comic artist of all time and I am a Lewis Carroll-phile. For those not accustomed to his style or enthralled with it as I am, this one shot will be an acquired taste, especially with Keith Giffen just elaborating on that insane over the top abstract look. The writing is top notch and compliments the art's elegant abstract st...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Mind of Jervis Tetch 0

The Mad Hatter is one of Gotham's luniest criminals possibly next to the Clown Prince of Crime. This tale of the disturbed englishman shows how strange the Hatter is. It shows the obsessive side of his personality having struggle with something like abstaining from tea and wearing hats and it shows the scizophrenic side through the way the book is drawn the Hatter sees everything as some kind of colourful wonderland. The book begins with the Joker narrating as he does in all Joker Asylum books. ...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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