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Joker [Anglais] [Relié]

Brian Azzarello , Lee Bermejo
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4 novembre 2008
An original hardcover graphic novel that tells the story of one very dark night in Gotham City--from the creative team behind the graphic novel LEX LUTHOR: MAN OF STEEL.

The Joker has been mysteriously released from Arkham Asylum, and he's none to happy about what's happened to his Gotham City rackets while he's been "away." What follows is a harrowing night of revenge, murder and manic crime as only The Joker can deliver it, as he brutally takes back his stolen assets from The Penguin, The Riddler, Two-Face, Killer Croc and others.

Brian Azzarello brings to THE JOKER all the visceral intensity and criminal insight that has made his Vertigo graphic novel series 100 BULLETS one of the most critically-acclaimed and award-winning series in all of comics.

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“Disturbing, violent, oddly psychological and insanely wonderful.” – USA WEEKEND

“If you liked “The Dark Knight,” Joker is a must-have for your bookshelf." – MTV.com

“Terrific and disturbing.” – THE VILLAGE VOICE

“One of the best written and illustrated comics to come out of a major publishing house this year.” – THE SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS

Détails sur le produit

  • Relié: 128 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (4 novembre 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401215815
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401215811
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,6 x 2 x 16 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.2 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Joker ou un récit Noir 8 juin 2014
Par Cabot3
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Voici la collaboration célèbre entre Brian Azzarello et Lee Bermejo.

Pour la partie graphique on doit dire que l'on a de l'excellent boulot. Le dessin de Lee Bermejo correspond tout à fait au ton de la série. Il y a juste un petit hic (tout petit) c'est que Mick Gray fait les encres la plupart du temps et que parfois c'est au tour de Lee Berrmejo de prendre le relais, ce qui ne se justifie pas trop dans l'histoire.

Parlons maintenant de l'histoire. Le Joker a été libéré d'Arkham Asylum, et c'est Johnny Frost qui vient le récupérer. Johnny Frost c'est lui le narrateur que l'on va suivre tout au long du récit. Johnny a de l'ambition c'est pour ça qu'il reste auprès du Joker. On va donc suivre tout au long de ce récit comment le Joker va récupérer son pouvoir sur la ville.

Le personnage du Joker est très bien dépeint et crédible, quant à Johnny il est tout à fait réaliste pour une petite frappe qui veut enfin devenir quelqu'un.

Ce récit original est donc pour moi une réussite sur toute la ligne, avec une excellente illustration.

Bref ce livre vaut le détour pour ce coup d’œil nouveau et "réaliste" sur le Joker.

Pour parler de l'édition à proprement parler la couverture est rigide. Il n'y a rien de supplémentaire au récit, la couverture en relief est bien faite et discrète.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sublissime 26 août 2013
Par Pierre E
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Un pur joyaux des auteurs.
C'est une histoire très intéressante sur l'histoire du joker, avec la pattes des artistes.
A avoir.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Le Joker : un simple psychopathe ? 3 août 2009
Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS
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J'avais bien aimé ce qu'Azzarello et Bermejo avaient fait de Lex Luthor dans Man of steel et c'est donc avec impatience que je me suis plongé dans la découverte de leur vision du Joker.

L'histoire commence Jonny Frost qui hérite de la tâche peu enviable d'aller chercher le Joker à sa sortie de l'asile d'Arkham. L'histoire est racontée avec son point de vue de chauffeur (et un peu plus) du Joker. Ce dernier a été libéré d'Arkham pour des motifs qui resteront inconnus et ce tome le suit en train de reconquérir la place qui est la sienne dans la pègre de Gotham. Il va ainsi reprendre contact avec Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, le Penguin et Two-face, avant de devoir faire face à Batman en toute fin de volume.

Brian Azzarello a pris le parti de dépeindre le Joker comme un criminel fou qui évolue au sein de la pègre pour reprendre ce qui lui appartenait. Les actions du Joker se partagent donc entre des machinations pour prendre le dessus sur les personnes qu'il conçoit comme des obstacles et les actions qu'il entreprend soit pour intimider les uns et les autres, soit simplement soit l'impulsion d'un moment de folie. Azzarello évacue donc toutes les références qui pourraient faire penser à une histoire de superhéros pour préférer tous les codes du polar tendance voyou urbain. Bien sûr tous les crimes sont atroces, les exécutions sadiques et sanglantes, les actes de folie meurtrière dérangeants et gratuits.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 du trés bon 6 janvier 2009
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un scénariste génial(azzarello),un personnage fort,le résultat ne pouvait qu'être réussis,et c'est effectivement le cas.Peu être pas aussi définitif que le killing joke d'alan moore,mais pas moins indispensable.Comme souvent avec azzarello,c'est direct,brutal,la folie du joker étant montreé sans détournement.Et puis les dessins de bermejo sont juste à tomber,une vrai claque,le joker a rarement été aussi "beau" et qui plus est calqué sur celui,charismatique,de heat ledger.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Fly's Perspective of a Psychopath's Web (Spoiler Free Review) 11 février 2009
Par Poisoned Blade - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
JOKER is a chilling portrayal of everyone's favorite psychopath from the perspective of one of his henchmen. What makes this book interesting is that you get a fresh look at how the Joker operates behind the scenes.

The Story
The Joker is released from Arkham Asylum after he is declared sane and starts to take back Gotham City. He reunites with some of Gotham's more colorful characters and chaos ensues. This portrayal of the Joker is more realistic than some of the other books. He's a ruthless criminally insane drug addict who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.

The Art
The art is creepy and unnerving to say the least. The characters are expressed well and have a more realistic and gritty look to them. There is some violence and disturbing gore.

The Dialogue
The dialogue is good and there are some good lines. As you are reading this, you really get an idea of what the Joker is like. At any point, he can flip out and kill just about anyone around him on a whim. It's really unnerving.

Overall
Not everyone will love this book. This is not a book about Batman trying to stop one of the Joker's Crazy Plots. It's not about Batman... it's not about Commisioner Gordon... it's not about Gotham City... it's not even really about the henchman... It's more of a behind the scenes psychological study of the Joker as he does what he does. Action fans will probably not be satisfied with the book and Batman fans will be wondering where the caped crusader was during all of this. If you want a high action Batman book, this is not for you. But if you ever wanted to see how the Joker operates and feel what it's like to be caught in the tangled web that he weaves, this is a must read.

Note: If you want a great Batman vs. The Joker story, read The Killing Joke.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Joker Returns 4 novembre 2008
Par Jon Repesh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Ever wonder what it would be like to be in the employ of the Joker? Job security would not be one of its selling points, nor would benefits like health and life insurance. Indeed it might be a good idea to purchase some beforehand. Just ask Jonny Frost, his new henchman. Brian Azzarello's much anticipated new Joker novel is seen and told through the eager yet anxious perspective of his new accomplice in crime, and no previous experience on the mean streets of Gotham is going to prepare him for the mayhem and madness that is to follow. This is a slightly different Joker than normal; more serious than silly, more reflective than refractive. He has just returned from yet another of his enforced sojourns in Arkham, this time released legally for a change, brutally back with a vengeance to reclaim lost turf, and heaven help anyone who gets in his way. Joining the party on various sides are Killer Croc, the Penguin, slightly reinvented incarnations of Harley Quinn and the Riddler, and the one unfortunate downside, an ineffectually depicted Harvey Dent. While this certainly is the Joker's story, it serves little purpose to portray other villains as weaker in order to make the Joker loom larger. As Batman can attest, you're only as imposing as your adversaries. All of the rogues have delightfully different visual looks, thanks to the imaginative illustrations of Lee Bermejo, whose work overall ranges from simply remarkable to occasionally awkward. As for Batman himself, he's only seen briefly at the very end, a somewhat unsatisfying conclusion that did appear a bit abrupt and condensed, but then again, this is more about portent and personalities than plot and practicalities. Comparisons to the creators fantastic Lex Luthor mini are natural and inevitable. That tale took Lex in a completely different direction and was a major part of its appeal. While this project didn't break any shocking new ground, it thankfully didn't retread the same tiresome and inane gag fests and mindless mania that many of his stories do. Azzarello instead incorporated his trademark grit behind the grin, added danger to the drama, and in the process possibly produced this generation's unique Joker saga. Fans of these two talented men expected no less.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Great art, good story, frustrating characters 17 janvier 2010
Par Marina P - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I was really eager to get this book when I ordered it, the synopsis said that I should expect the Joker wreaking havoc on Gotham along with Harley Quinn, Two Face, Killer Croc and the Penguin. And that's what I got, essentially, but it was delivered in a manner that I was not expecting. While the art was beautiful and plot not horrible- albeit lacking some of the complexity I was expecting from an 100+ page book- I was taken aback by the complete butchering of certain characters, specifically Harley Quinn. I don't even need to describe how she was in the book, the artist's own words puts it perfectly.

"Visually, I threw her in a vinyl outfit and made her look as much like a junkie as possible. Harley Quinn is like a stripper to me. I don't want to know her name, I don't want to hear about her life, and I sure as hell don't want her to talk. Just dance, baby..."

Personally, had I read this before buying the book, I would have thought twice about getting it. In addition to the usually energetic Harley being turned into a stoic crack whore, Killer Croc is a gangster with a penchant for hanging out in a slaughter house, the Penguin is a total pushover and the Riddler is a sixties dope head that shows up for no more than three to five pages. If that's not how you want to see some of your favorite characters, then this comic is not for you.

Also, if you're not interested in reading this story from the perspective of Jonny Frost, the uninteresting one dimensional lowlife who is more annoying than Holden Caufield, then don't pick this thing up. He's really what ruined the comic for me. I was so distracted by his rather irritating commentary, explaining things that I can deduct for myself. While I suppose he was tolerable in the first read over, it really sunk in that this comic should have been called Jonny Frost, not Joker.

The Joker may have been the catalyst for all of the events that happened in the comic, but Jonny Frost was the main focal point and we are completely tied to his back, limited only to what he experiences and to what he feels. (Dang it.) I was expecting to be able to explore the Joker's mind, to see things from behind his eyes and go on a joyride of insanity. Instead Brian Azzarello gave me a story that forgot some of my favorite character's personalities and failed to live up to the expectations that a title as bold as Joker must have brought with it.

If none of the above issues bother you, then by all means get the book. The art really is lovely and the story is somewhat enjoyable. It's just hard to stomach if giving up your idealized vision of Gotham is much too hard.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best take on the Joker since The Killing Joke 4 novembre 2008
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Few writers have ever really "gotten" the Joker like Alan Moore did with the prolific Batman tale, The Killing Joke. Grant Morrison seems to get the character to a point, but more than anything, the Joker is just a little too difficult a villain for many writers to really grasp. Not so for 100 Bullets creator Brian Azzarello, whose original graphic novel The Joker finds the Batman arch-nemesis freed from Arkham Asylum and seeking to reclaim what's his. Whether this means joining up with Killer Croc, intimidating The Penguin, or royally angering Two-Face; Joker makes his mark, and Azzarello puts a distinct spin on the character from the perspective of a low-rent hood named Jonny, who himself seeks to claim a little piece of the action by working for Joker. With spectacular pencil work and paint work from Azzarello's Lex Luthor: Man of Steel partner Lee Bermejo; The Joker is the defining Joker tale for a new generation of readers, just as The Killing Joke was all those years ago. All in all, if you're a Batman fan in the very least, The Joker deserves a place in your library.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 This Will Stay With You. 5 novembre 2008
Par Chelsea Grin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
The word `brutal' sums up this graphic novel perfectly.

A lot of people have been comparing this to the classic `Killing Joke' story, but I feel the only thing they have in common is the violence factor and boy does `The Joker' turn that up a notch. We get some graphic murder and some nasty beatings, both which are acceptable in any Joker centered story. However we also have the element of rape, which seems so out of character for the Joker that it left me feeling Brain Azzarello tried too hard to make him edgy in the worst way possible. It left a bad taste in my mouth, even if this was an independent take of the Joker.

While `Killing Joke' is set in the main stream comic universe, this is an alternative universe sort of affair, to which I am very grateful. Believe me, I much prefer the classic Clown Prince of Crime to the drug addicted degenerate here.

Looking at the artwork and the realistic approach to character designs you would be quick to think that is even related to the Nolan-universe (I'm talking about the Joker's Glasgow/Chelsea grin.) but this is also false, and a coincidence. I'll also go on record to say that I also prefer Nolan's anarchist to the sick person in this story.

The artwork is amazing, hands down, some of the best stuff I've seen in awhile. Lee Bermejo's stuff is gritty eye candy, and the use of colors is a wonderful way for certain scenes to be burned into your mind.

The story is fine enough, but not on par with `Killing Joke' in my opinion. `The Joker' is frantic and fast, and above all else is about mayhem and the gullibility of a man who wants nothing but respect and realization that to get it you have to become a monster. It ends quickly and the ending wasn't really satisfying.

Still, it was a pretty good ride for the most part.
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