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The Clown Prince of Crime celebrates 80 years of chaos! The Joker has been the greatest villain in comics since his debut and to celebrate we have a who's who of comics' finest talent giving the Harlequin of Hate the birthday roast he deserves. The stories feature a range of terror and anarchy- showing how the Joker has impacted Gotham City from the police to Arkham Asylum- from the local underworld to the Dark Knight and his allies! Make sure to RSVP to this birthday bash-you wouldn't want to wake up with a Joker Fish on your doorstep- would you?
JOKER 80TH ANNIV 100 PAGE SUPER SPECT #1 1980S SEINKIEWICZ V
(W) Brian Azzarello & Various (A) Rafael Albuquerque & Various (CA) Bill Sienkiewicz
StockID: 142118 Diamond#: FEB200397
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