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"This is a book you need to read. Whether you're a fan of comics or not. If you're a fan of good storytelling and can buy into the conceit that a man dressed as a bat can make a difference in the world, then there's no better book for you than this one."—Huffington Post

"One of the best Batman runs in the history of the character. The fact that two of the biggest names in the industry are handling the return of the Joker is just icing on the cake."—IGN

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The first printing of this new hardcover will feature a special acetate dust jacket showcasing the face of The Joker.

A #1 New York Times Bestseller!

After having his face sliced off one year ago, the Joker makes his horrifying return to Gotham City! But even for man who's committed a lifetime of murder, he's more dangerous than ever before. How can Batman protect his city and those he's closest to? It all leads back to Arkham Asylum...

This new hardcover collects the critically acclaimed tale DEATH OF THE FAMILY from the superstar #1 New York Times best-selling team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo. BATMAN VOLUME 3 will have repercussions that will affect the Batman universe for years to come!

Collects BATMAN #13-17

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Par Y Pan le 10 janvier 2014
Format: Relié
Je lis le "Batman" de Snyder depuis que ce scénariste a repris le personnage. Et depuis le début, je trouve la série géniale.
J'ai adoré les 2 premiers TPB avec la Cour des Hiboux et j'ai trouvé cela exceptionnel.

Là, par contre, la déception. Un nouvel affrontement entre Batman et le Joker, c'était prometteur. Et le début augure du meilleur. Mais finalement, l'histoire s'enlise, patine, jusqu'à une conclusion assez fade. En plus, c'est l'un de ces cross overs qui lient plein de séries. Du coup on a du mal à suivre.

Par contre, les dessin, essentiellement de Capullo sont très bons.
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Habitué au Batman prenew 52, ce volume est décevant. Il n'est pas aussi bon que les 2 premiers tomes du New 52. Le dessin est quelque peu moins bon et irrégulier. L'intrigue n'est pas des meilleures.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best crossover event I've read 12 mai 2017
Par joshua burns - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First off, in my opinion, the Batman title is the best of the New 52 to begin with. This volume is part of a fantastic crossover event that actually keeps each tie in very relevant (except the Catwoman tie in), where I found some of the Night of Owls tie ins to be forced. This is a bit of a different depiction of the Joker than I'm used to (he would fit in the Slasher genre comfortably) and I really like that. You definately want the tie ins when you read this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Snyder builds of Court of Owls success 4 décembre 2013
Par A. Korman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Batman Death of the Family is the 3rd trade since the New 52 relaunch of the title. In this title Snyder continues what has been an excellent run to date. In the previous arc (Court of Owls), Snyder shook up one of the presumed foundations of the Batman universe: Bruce's absolute knowledge of Gotham. In this title he takes his shot at the "Bat Family." While Court of Owls was about introducing new villains, Death of the Family let's Snyder roll out Batman's rogue's gallery and try his hand at the most iconic of them all: The Joker. Happily, he is up to the task. Snyder's Joker takes an excellent base of psychopathic insanity and mixes it with devious cunning and a peculiar intimacy with Batman. It's hard to talk about the story at length without spoilers, but the heart of this book is the relationship between Batman and The Joker, and the way that each man views this relationship might prove surprising to some. Capullo continues a profitable partnership with Snyder on this book, and his art really shines with his Joker. The jagged lines of the Joker's "mask" set-up a nice juxtaposition with the clean symmetry of Batman's cowl. The coloring also shows some solid range, which is nice in a Batman book, which can sometimes dip too firmly into "everything is dark" territory.

Onto the physical book itself. This is where my complaints are (I'd take a 1/2 star off if possible). The dust jacket is a clear piece which overlays cover. The cover features The Joker's skinned face and the jacket has his face strapped on. The idea is cool, but the execution isn't quite there. Unfortunately, the plastic is perforated as opposed to creased so the top and bottom are prone to tears. Also worth noting is that those collectors who love an orderly shelf might be annoyed that the spine is white unlike the previous Court if Owls (and most other New 52) books that have black spines. The DC logo has changed again as well. That said, this is an exceedingly minor quibble, and all but the most optimistic fans have long since given up hope that DC will put out ongoing books with consistent spines.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Snyder and Capullo hit it out of the park...AGAIN 26 avril 2015
Par Daniel.J - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In one short sentence to paraphrase this: Batman: Death of the Family is an amazing book that everyone should read! Batman's New 52 comic series truly has been an amazing read and having read every trade paperback, it only gets better. The basics of the story is that The Joker returns to Gotham after a year or so after his last confrontation with The Dark Knight. After he cuts off his own face in Detective Comics (You don't need to read that to read this) The Joker returns and tries to prove to Batman that he is weaker and the Bat-Family is bringing him down. I'm not going to put anymore in because it's truly an amazing read and I don't want to spoil anything. Batman Vol.3 is accompanied by Greg Capullo's amazing art and Scott Snyder's masterful story telling. Snyder writes a gripping book that you won't want to put down. I read this non stop when I got it in the mail. While Capullo brings amazing art that makes every panel a work of art. One of the many things I have to praise about this book is that it's strong on it's own, its not a huge tie story in series where you need to get multiple series. Now there are other series that have tie ins but they are more of personal takes with the joker than Batman stories. I love how the Bat-Family is included in this, Being a huge fan of Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing, and Red Hood it was nice to see them included without needing to buy other volumes. Batman's New 52 run is always praised but not seen as apart of the masterpieces of the Dark Knight Returns (Loved that) and The Killing Joke. Some say that Joker gets boring after a while and is always used, but this reinvents the character in new ways where he's the same joker you know but then a different one you learning about at the same time. Now there are little after stories in each issue that are nice. You may feel at first you want to skip them to get onto Snyder and Capullo's main story but they are great stories about how Joker gets ready for the whole book. On the delivery side of things, it came fast and was in great condition.

Batman Vol. 3 is a Masterpiece of storytelling that brings The Joker and Batman to the next level while submersing you more into Snyder and Capullo's world of Batman. This is a book that anyone who calls themselves a comic book fan should pick up. This book will definitely make you want more Snyder and Capullo Batman which on a side note I would also recommend Zero Year.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Did not include special dust jacket 20 octobre 2016
Par TinyBubbles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Great book however it did not come with the special cover. I received one that did not have the acetate dust jacket with the joker's face peeled back.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Will be rightfully remembered as a true Batman/Joker classic years from now 17 juillet 2014
Par Comrade_Bazarov - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've read some good Joker stories over the years, most notably 'The Killing Joke' one-shot by Alan Moore. This arc compares very favorably to that. After DC (and Marvel) rebooted most of their lines in 2011, Scott Snyder took over Batman. The first two volumes saw Batman battle a mysterious ancient cult for the control of Gotham.

This volume sees the return of the Joker. After an inexplicable absence of a year the Joker makes a dramatic return to a life of mayhem and chaos. He raids the GCPD to steal his face from an icebox and from there lures Batman into an elaborate trap by systematically and slowly reenacting his famous crimes from the past. Joker's tactics and Batman's response puts a severe strain on Batman's relationship with his extended 'family', hence the title.

Snyder's Batman series is dark, constrained and tense. He likes to put the Dark Knight in the most perilous situations to test his mettle and his morals. Capullo's art is a good complement to this style. He keeps the panels crowded and cluttered and induces a real sense of claustrophobia and fear. Snyder has written the Joker just right, and in some parts he is incredibly creepy. The extent and scope of his crimes (which provides an unwanted glimpse into his twisted psyche) is downright terrifying. The conclusion is sort of bittersweet and a bit ambiguous. Readers will be left to wonder if the Joker really succeeded in his goals or not.

Years from now we will look back at this arc as one of the more memorable Batman stories. This deserves to be in the pantheon of great comic book arcs.
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