Posts tagged ‘Harley Quinn’

The Joker Walks The Last Mile

The Joker would have to be my favourite comic book character of all time. I especially love the ‘old school’ Joker from the 1940s, who was equally homicidal and insane. In this story the Joker comes up with a brilliant idea on how to get away with his crimes, to confess and get executed. I know it sounds crazy, which is perhaps why I love it so much.



The Joker Walks The Last Mile

The Joker would have to be my favourite comic book character of all time. I especially love the ‘old school’ Joker from the 1940s, who was equally homicidal and insane. In this story the Joker comes up with a brilliant idea on how to get away with his crimes, to confess and get executed. I know it sounds crazy, which is perhaps why I love it so much.



The Joker – Rackety-Rax Racket!

I previously posted a few Joker stories on this blog. I posted The Joker Walks The Last Mile here, The Happy Victims here and The Joker’s Movie Crimes here. In the next couple of weeks I will be posting two of my favourite Joker stories from the 1970s, The Joker’s Five Way Revenge and This One’ll Kill You Batman.

Rackety-Rax Racket is a Joker story from the late 1940s (I think), a time when the Joker was in a transitional phase, from a cold blooded murderer to a pest who would pull elaborate pranks to make Batman look foolish.This story features nice art-work from one of my favourite Bar=tman artists Dick Sprang.