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Top creators lend their talents to a new installment of THE JOKER'S ASYLUM – a special month-long, weekly series of one-shots starring the greatest villains in Batman's rogues gallery.

Each issue is narrated by The Joker and tells a special stand-alone story that gives readers an inside look into the insane lives of The Dark Knight's greatest adversaries! This batch of tense tales spotlights The Riddler, Harley Quinn, Mad Hatter, Clayface and Killer Croc! Can you stand the madness?!
  

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The Mind of Edward Nashton 0

This story is a great tale of the prince of puzzlers and gets us able to see a closer look into the psyche of the psychotic killer that is now a reformed citizen of Gotham City. As all the Joker Asylum tales start it has Joker speaking and ready to tell us all a facinating tale about one of Batman's most dangerous foes. It begins with the Riddler robbing a bank and falling head over heels with a girl that has no interest in him due to the fact he is a wanted criminal. Riddler of course ignores t...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A riddle with a Riddler 0

This was one of those stand alone stories which You just love. It was fun with Joker narrating the whole story, making it an interesting perspective to say the least. I loved the art. It was really well done (does anyone else think that the Riddler on page 2 looks like the Batman: animated series Riddler?). I liked the story. It was a bit simple, but when you look over it there are hidden clues and cultureal refrences. If you look at pages you can find the Beetles, Shakespeare, a Magritte painti...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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