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The Greatest Joker stories ever told.

Author: Bill FingerBob KaneJerry RobinsonAdrienne RoyTatjana WoodAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : DC Comics, [1988] ©1988.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A celebration of last laughs and deadly crimes as written and drawn by many of the greatest writers and artists ever to grace the comic art medium! The companion volume to The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told!"--Page 4 of cover.
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery comics
Comics (Graphic works)
Graphic novels
Young adult fiction
Superhero comic books, strips, etc
Comic books, strips, etc
Named Person: Joker, (Fictitious character); Batman, (Fictitious character); Batman, (Fictitious character); Joker, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Finger; Bob Kane; Jerry Robinson; Adrienne Roy; Tatjana Wood; Charles Paris; Anthony Tollin; Dick Sprang; Greg Theakston; David V Reed; Glenn Whitmore; Danny Vozzo; Alvin Schwartz; Edmond Hamilton; Dave Wood, (Comic book writer); Shelley Eiber; Helen Vesik; E Nelson Bridwell; Carmine Infantino; Murphy Anderson; Dennis O'Neil; Neal Adams; Dick Giordano; Tom Ziuko; Bob Haney; Jim Aparo; Bob LeRose; Ernie Chan; José Luis García-López; Joe Orlando; Steve Englehart; Marshall Rogers; Terry Austin; Petra Scotese; Len Wein; Walter Simonson; Julianna Ferriter; Ben Oda; Mike Gold; Kyle Baker; DC Comics, Inc.,
ISBN: 0930289366 9780930289362
OCLC Number: 20595737
Notes: Includes reprints of Batman #1 (1940), Batman # 4 (1941), Batman Sunday comic strips from October 28 - December 9, 1945 (#104-110), Detective Comics #168 (1951), Batman #63 (1951), Batman #73 (1952), World's Finest Comics #61 (1952), Batman #74 (1952-53), World's Finest Comics #88 (1957), Batman #110 (1957), Batman #159 (1963), Batman #163 (1964), Batman Kellogg's Special (1966), Batman #251 (1973), The Brave & The Bold #111 (1974), Joker #3 (1975), Detective Comics #475-476 (1978), Batman #321 (1980).
Description: 288 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: The Joker's dozen --
Batman vs. the Joker --
The case of the Joker's crime circus --
The Joker and the Sparrow --
The man behind the red hood --
The Joker's crime costumes --
The Joker's utility belt --
The crimes of Batman --
The crazy crime clown --
Superman's and Batman's greatest foes --
Crime-of-the-month club --
The great Clayface-Joker feud --
The Joker jury --
The Joker's happy victims --
The Joker's five-way revenge --
Death has the last laugh --
The last ha ha --
The laughing fish --
The sign of the Joker --
Dreadful birthday, dear Joker --! --
Stacking the deck: the other Joker stories --
Creating the greatest.
Other Titles: Greatest stories ever told.

Abstract:

"A celebration of last laughs and deadly crimes as written and drawn by many of the greatest writers and artists ever to grace the comic art medium! The companion volume to The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told!"--Page 4 of cover.

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