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Its a different cover too; the coloring of the interior artwork is the original brightly colored one, but the Joker's "Smile" on the front cover has the "!"
I look forward to reading it!
Also known as Mago Gosora.
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Can u post scans up?
Even as the Protector of the Universe, you sometimes show ignorance befitting a mortal Milo Ventro. And that is perhaps the best of you
Well, I maaaaaaay be overexagerating a bit there, but it was very good. It felt like my favorite era of Batman; I know that the coloring in the original wasn't the way Brian Bolland (the artist) wanted it to be colored, but I think it just made it better. Yes it is somewhat garishly colored, but it doesn't in any way resemble Joel Shumacher's Batman films.
The story was pretty effing harsh in places. This comic did something that no other comic has made me do; it made me feel sorry for the Joker. The poor guy had "just one bad day" and it screwed him over so badly. And what happened to Barbera was incredibly distrubing. I won't spoil it for those who don't know what happens yet, but its one page with no words and the awful thing kind of just... happens. Poor Babera...
And the ending was great too, you see that Batman isn't a supernatural creature, you see that he's just a normal guy in a costume.
In short, get this book, or at least try to read it!
And Milo, I'll try to get some scans up soon! Any scenes in particular you want to see?
In the meantime, check out the comparisons between the original and the new re-release from 2008!