Joker: Killer Smile

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The Eisner-nominated creative team of writer Jeff Lemire and artist Andrea Sorrentino (Green Arrow, Gideon Falls) reunite for a psychological horror story that delves into the bottomless insanity of The Joker.

Everyone knows The Joker doesn't have the most promising history with psychotherapists. In fact, no one's even been able to diagnose him. But that doesn't matter to Dr. Ben Arnell; he's determined to be the one to unravel this unknowable mind. And there's no way The Joker could ever get through the therapeutic walls Ben has built around himself. Right? There's no way The Joker's been entering his house at night...right? There's no way The Joker has stood over his son's bed and put that book in his hands, the one with the, the, the...

The Eisner Award-nominated creative team of writer Jeff Lemire and artist Andrea Sorrentino (Green Arrow, Gideon Falls) reunite for a psychological horror story that delves into the bottomless insanity of The Joker. Collects Joker: Killer Smile #1-3.

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Title:Joker: Killer Smile
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  • Sam Quixote

    A new psychotherapist tries to “fix” the Joker - guess what happens? Uh huh. Nothing good for the poor old doc. And that’s all Killer Smile is: a rather simplistic and dumb Joker story. Besides ...

  • Chad

    A Joker story we've all read before. A psychoanalyst interviews the Joker and goes mad. Yawn. There's not much story at all here. I expect more from this creative team. Andrea Sorrentino and Jordie Be...

  • SuperSillySerra

    I think I missed the punchline....I was pretty excited for this one. It came out around the same time the Joker movie did, it has one of the best teams in comics working on it, and most of the DC Blac...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.It is only human to believe that the criminally-insane can be cured of their affliction. Deep inside, it is this belief that there’s always hope, a...

  • James DeSantis

    A tale you might have seen before but thanks to the amazing art and Lemire's solid dialogue, it rises above the rest. Let me make it clear I'm not a huge Joker fan. I think he's a great advisory to Ba...

  • L. McCoy

    SUPER FAST REVIEW:Maybe my hopes were too high after seeing what this creative team was able to do in some other stuff but this slightly disappointed me.So the story was pretty interesting, I actually...

  • Wakizashi

    (Read as single issues.) I was delighted to be able to get a physical copy of issue 3 because Andrea Sorrentino's art looks so good in its printed form. Due to my location, I had to settle for digital...

  • Chris Greensmith

    "You broke me.No, Ben. They broke us. This world broke us. So let's break it right back You are on the threshold now. Walk with me, Benjamin. Let's make them all pay." Started strong, middle was po...

  • Brendan

    4Joker: Killer Smile has all the marks of a great storyline. The DC Black Label and the current everything is gold writer Jeff Lemire. There's so much hype surrounding this new label and my first vent...

  • Quentin Wallace

    Not a bad Joker story. You can definitely see echoes of the movie here, but I wonder if I'll be seeing that in all Joker stories for a while. The story deals with a doctor who tries to "cure" the Joke...