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Download Stacked Deck: Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (Deluxe Leatherbound Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0681410159
  • ISBN13 978-0681410152
  • Language English
  • Author Longmeadow Press
  • Publisher Longmeadow Press (November 1990)
  • Pages 352
  • Formats txt azw lit rtf
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1578 kb
  • Size Fb2 1981 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 758

No Dust Jacket. Stated first printing 1-0.

This is a delightful piece of work and the delights here consist of both content and packaging. I'm the happy owner of many of the large DC books from the 80's and 90's (including several "The Greatest X Stories Ever Told") and, as much as I like these volumes, they just don't hold up. The paper is so-so, the color is decent, but the books are prone to wear. They're oddly fragile

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Longmeadow Press, 1990. Condition: As New. No Jacket. Exactly as described. What more could you ask for?

Longmeadow Press, 1990. It came just as it said rare/mint condition.

Note: Actually published by Longmeadow Press.

Items related to Stacked Deck: Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told. comic book characters, Joker, Deluxe Leather bound Series Publisher: Longmeadow Press. Publication Date: 1990. Home Stacked Deck: Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told. only information of this book on outside. Publisher: Longmeadow Press.

As Batman's archenemy, the Joker is the antithesis of the Dark Knight

Frank Miller's RoboCop. As Batman's archenemy, the Joker is the antithesis of the Dark Knight. Collecting tales from five decades worth of stories, this book shows that from his earliest appearances to his later exploits, The Joker has been a dynamic and deadly adversary. Whether involved in classic campy stories or legendary dark tales, the Joker's insane brilliance has been more than.

Manufacturer: Longmeadow Press Release date: 22 November 1990 ISBN-10 : 0681410159.

Reprint of the The Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (October 1997) expanded to include three newer . The Joker commits a series of crimes that are so outrageous and meaningless that when he finally turns himself in, he is sentenced to an insane asylum rather than prison

Reprint of the The Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (October 1997) expanded to include three newer Joker stories: "The Last Laugh" (Batman "Catch as Catscan" (Detective Comics and "The Last Laugh!" (Detective Comics Stacked Deck: The Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (Table of Contents). Joker, cover, 1 page (report information). The Joker commits a series of crimes that are so outrageous and meaningless that when he finally turns himself in, he is sentenced to an insane asylum rather than prison. Batman is suspicious and finds a way to keep a close eye on his arch-nemesis.

Launch Date: Publisher: Longmeadow Press Origin: United States, English Volume Issues.

Talk about Stacked Deck: Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (Deluxe Leatherbound Series)


SadLendy
Great collector book, fun old school joker stories, and the book is bound tremendously. I highly recommend it to any graphic novel collector, joker fan, or kid that is just getting in to comics. Enjoy fellas, this one is worth the $$$.
Felolv
If you have the hardcover edtion of this book and you think i don't really need it, your probley right if you don't want the two extra stories in this one then the first release. this book is a real nice book soft leather, gold trim on the pages a silk book mark, sewn pages not glued a real nice book, it will look great on any book shelf..... the sister book to this one is the complete frank miller batman that one is in black and silver with silver trim on the pages sewn not glued and a black silk book mark... that book is out dated now frank miller has worked on many other batman titles since then but still a nice book.
Nejind
Wonderfully made cover, beautiful pages. My husband loves it!
Carrot
This is a great edition to any Batman library. It's a collection of Joker stories from 1939-1987. Really good stuff here including the first appearance of the Joker and his origin story. Intrestingly enough it also includes two stories as Jason Todd as Robin. This is before The Killing Joke and a Death in the Family so the stories are more light hearted as Joker hasn't inflicted the personal pain on Batman yet. A must have for Joker fans.
Zuser
Bought this for my husband and he's enjoyed all the old joker stories, but I was mainly impressed with the overall quality of the book and design. Looks great on any collectors shelf!
Ohatollia
this was really cool, I loved the book and what was even better is that they let me save on shipping by coming to pick it up at their store.
Xirmiu
This item was packaged well and in great shape upon arrival. Arrival time, however, was pathetic. It took forever to ship and arrived well after Christmas. Overall, the product is great. Service, however, was horrible.
This review is for the Longmeadow Press expanded edition bound in leather (which was released after the DC/Warner The Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told.)

This is a delightful piece of work and the delights here consist of both content and packaging.

I'm the happy owner of many of the large DC books from the 80's and 90's (including several "The Greatest X Stories Ever Told") and, as much as I like these volumes, they just don't hold up. The paper is so-so, the color is decent, but the books are prone to wear. They're oddly fragile. Here we have a wonderful brick of a book, 2.5 pounds, 351 pp. With a sewn binding. And bound in leather. Real leather.

The design of this thing is twisted. It harkens back to a pretentious 19th century style of book -- raised bands on the spine, padded boards, decorated endpapers, and, yes, those two most pretentious elements: gold page edges and a cloth bookmark. But the book is purple. Not violet, but a loud PURPLE with some simple and graphic cover art in black, red, and white by Dean Motter. And that's a lot to love. The happy tension between a "fine" leather volume and the garish decorative elements totally suit the Joker.

Inside you get an excellent survey of Joker stories from 1940 through to a 1987 Mike Barr story. Creator bios. Text pieces by Waid, O'Neill, Mike Gold, and Giordano.