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Ah, The Killing Joke. Where to begin? Not only is it one of Alan Moore's finest works, it's the greatest Joker story ever told, and one of the best Batman books in general. For a basic plot summary, The Joker has once again broken out of Arkham Asylum, and he's out to prove a point. That point being that one bad day can make any man, no matter how sane, snap. He even stoops so low that he comes to Commisioner Gordon's house, shoots his daughter, all while cracking a few jokes. It's scenes like ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
This is the comic that really got me into Spider Man. It brought the character to a whole new generation of kids, and amped up his popularity in general. The story is basically the same as the original, with a few new twists. Peter is still the quirky nerd, but this time, MJ is basically best friends with him, and she's a bit of a nerd too! The book establishes their realtionship early on, and does a good job with it. Clearly they have a crush on each other, but they're both too shy to admit it....2 out of 2 found this review helpful.