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Download and Read Free Online Superman: Emperor Joker #1 DC Comics read online, online library, greatbooks to read, PDF best books to read, top books . Welcome to the Official Site for DC. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes,” including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN. Emperor Joker Comic. The Joker is a supervillain created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson who first appeared in the debut issue of the comic book.

And everybody knows. You wear your shame like a badge, because you don't have the balls to actually pin one on Just look at you Desperate to be feared, you want to be perceived as a monster, draped in black And yet You leave that little window A glimpse at the perfection underneath. Why do you let it be seen? Tell me why

Which can be another plus I'd give it a 3. It rains pies in joker land. This is reminiscent of Marvel's Infinity gauntlet -- but not as well executed. Still - It was fun and enjoyable for me. While I do really like some things about this book, such as the almost Elseworlds feel to it, for the most part it wasn't the best. But the story takes a little too long to develop, and gets a little boring at times. Freeze and the Joker to achieve this.

He hopes to extract Batman's real identity from her, but to his dismay, she actually doesn't know or care. The Riddler appears in The Question series, being convinced to become a "big-time villain" by a prostitute he meets on a bus. He hijacks the bus and begins asking riddles, killing and robbing anyone that gets them wrong. Question quickly subdues him by asking him philosophical riddles in return. He is outwitted and has a mental breakdown before being set free as a reward for getting one last riddle right.

Many of the famous people that he humiliates end up committing suicide shortly afterwards, suggesting that perhaps Riddler did more than just inspire their deaths. In the end, his actions turn out to be a front for his attempts to find the hidden treasures of "Scarface" Scarelli, a Gotham City gangster who lived long before Batman's reign of crimefighting.

In the three-part Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight storyline "The Primal Riddle", written by Steve Englehart , the Riddler engineers one of his greatest deathtraps: Batman is thrown into a narrow pit that is slowly filling up with water.

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The walls are electrically wired, and a set of bumpers are the only thing that prevents the water from touching the walls and causing Batman to die by electrocution.

The only options Batman appears to have are death by electrocution and death by drowning, but as always, Batman manages to tamper with the trap's design and develop a route of escape. In their first encounter, he sets his fellow rogue up with a bomb and sends Batman off chasing riddles that would lead to its defusing, as well as away from his real plan: to steal a vast amount of priceless baseball merchandise.

After Harley Quinn briefly breaks free of her devotion to the Joker, she attempts to hold up a large party at Wayne Manor , only to find that the Riddler is targeting the building also. The two gangs engage in a firefight, but Harley gains the upper hand when Big Barda who was secretly allied with her at the time interrupts the conflict and captures the Riddler and his men.

During the storyline, Riddler makes constant allusions to a "mystery" that is hidden within the mansion, and after his apprehension, damage done to the building causes the entrance to the Batcave to open. Riddler sees this, and then declares that he has "solved the riddle of Wayne Manor". Textless cover of Green Arrow 35 April Art by Marcos Martin. This event helps lay the foundations for Riddler's future confrontations with Green Arrow. His low reputation among heroes and villains was reflected when the Flash noted that Batman having trouble with Riddler was a clear sign that the world was ending.

Thomas Elliot. Riddler uses one of Ra's al Ghul 's Lazarus Pits to cure himself, and offers Elliot the chance to cure his mother as well, provided he pays a large sum of money. However, Elliott is in fact eager for his mother to die in order to inherit her fortune.

Elliott, who goes on to secretly become the masked criminal Hush, explains he wants to get revenge on his childhood friend Bruce Wayne.

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During the psychotic break that follows exposure to the Lazarus Pit, the Riddler deduces Batman's secret identity ; he then reveals his knowledge to Hush. Batman first thinks that Riddler had stolen Todd's corpse and hid it, but it was revealed in a later storyline, Batman: Under the Hood , that Todd was alive the whole time and had personally played a role in Riddler and Hush's scheme.

When the Riddler threatens to expose Batman's secret identity, the Caped Crusader mockingly labels it an empty threat, pointing out that if Riddler revealed the answer to the riddle "who is Batman? In addition, Batman warns him that if he reveals the secret, it would give Ra's al Ghul a vital clue that he used a Lazarus Pit without his permission, and the League of Assassins would subsequently retaliate against him.

In the story "Pushback", Hush reappears and beats Riddler senseless across a rooftop. Seeking refuge, Riddler goes to the Joker and the Penguin.

He offers to tell the Joker who had killed his pregnant wife Jeannie if the Clown Prince of Crime would protect him from Hush. Joker immediately agrees, but eventually Hush, with the help of the impostor Prometheus , defeats him, forcing Riddler to flee for his life. Riddler and Poison Ivy then face off in a physical duel, which Ivy wins easily. As revealed in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight , the Riddler is stripped of his deductive powers and left to rot as a member of Gotham City 's vast and invisible homeless population.

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A chance encounter with an ex- NSA codebreaker gives him a positive environment in which to recover his mind. During that stay, he experiences an induced flashback that leads him to realize that his father had abused him many years ago. Envious of his son's academic achievements in school, and unable to understand his brilliance, his father believed he had cheated in his accomplishments, and beat him out of jealousy.

Once Riddler discovers this, he also realizes that his compulsion is born out of a strong desire to tell the truth to prove his innocence of deception. Having made this connection, the Riddler spends some of his vast fortune, acquired over many years of crime, to get minor plastic surgery and extensive tattooing , covering most of his torso with his trademark question insignia.

Since then, Riddler has spent most of his time either legally amassing a huge fortune or attacking various heroes in order to prove his new-found power.

After orchestrating a brutal series of assaults on Green Arrow , as revenge against his defeat at his hands during the " No Man's Land " era, Riddler gravely injures and almost kills both Green Arrow and Arsenal. He once again escapes before the Outsiders arrive to save them.

He sends Team Arrow on a wild goose chase around the City, and then reveals that he has an atomic bomb housed in the stadium where the Star City Rockets play. However, as a side effect of the ritual performed with the artifacts, the city is plunged into complete darkness, and Green Arrow uses this to his advantage, moving in and apprehending the Riddler.

Riddler later shows up in Infinite Crisis 1, with a group of villains, which includes the Fisherman and Murmur , attacking the Gotham City Police Department.

He is next seen escaping Arkham Asylum during the worldwide supervillain breakout engineered by the Secret Society of Super Villains in Villains United : Infinite Crisis Special 1, which takes place only days after the prior supernatural disaster.

Riddler reappears as part of the Society's "Phase Three" attack on Metropolis. He is defeated by the Shining Knight and is struck in the head by the Knight's mace.

Riddler reformed[ edit ] In Detective Comics , the first of a series of issues written by veteran Batman writer Paul Dini , the Riddler returns, having spent much of the previous year in a coma due to brain damage after being struck in the head by Shining Knight.

When he awakes, he is cured of his insanity and of his obsession with riddles, while retaining both his genius intellect and his mammoth ego. He has seemingly reformed, and becomes a private consultant who takes on the murder case of a wealthy socialite.

Hired by the socialite's father, he proves that a photo of Bruce Wayne apparently implicating him in the crime depicts an impostor and briefly works with Batman to investigate the crime. He has suffered severe memory loss from the coma, and he barely remembers his own name.

He does not appear to remember that Wayne and Batman are one and the same, although he does harbor some suspicions of once knowing something amazing about Wayne. In Detective Comics , the Riddler is a guest along with Bruce Wayne on board a ship during a party. During the party, an old friend of Bruce's falls overboard and is mauled to death by sharks.

Riddler appears to solve the case with the suicide of the apparent murderer, and quickly takes the credit.

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However, Batman finds evidence that the suicide was a setup to divert attention away from the real killer. Bruce suspects foul play, and eventually tracks down the killer, whom Riddler is also close to catching before Nigma is bludgeoned over the head by a shark-tooth club. The killer pushes Batman out the window, and is about to drop him to his death, when Nigma wraps his tie around an arrow, lights it on fire, and shoots it into the killer's back.

As the assailant rolls around screaming, Nigma taunts him, refusing to douse the flames. Batman extinguishes the flame and responds to Nigma's assertion that they are now allies with hostile dismissal. In Detective Comics , Riddler is hired by Bruce Wayne to track down an experimental drug developed by Wayne Enterprises , currently being tested for muscle stamina and cellular regeneration, which has been stolen by the lab assistant Lisa Newman.

With Harley's help, he defeats Newman and returns the drug to Wayne Enterprises, earning Batman's trust for the time being. In Countdown 42, Riddler claims to Mary Marvel that he has gone straight and is now a detective.

The two join forces to defeat Clayface , and after witnessing Mary's new malicious approach to crime fighting, suggests that she consider finding a mentor to help her control her powers or at the very least get some anger management counseling.

After a serial killer surfaces on the streets of Gotham City, the Riddler homes in on closing the case, only to find that the killer is actually one of his former victims out for revenge.

The young man, whose girlfriend was caught in the crossfire of a gunfight between Nigma's gang and security guards, captures Riddler and attempts to kill him, but Batman intervenes just in time and saves his former foe's life. In the mini-series Gotham Underground , Riddler investigates the Penguin 's involvement with the events of Salvation Run. In the Gotham City Sirens storyline, Poison Ivy is controlling the Riddler, keeping him in a nearly vegetative state so she can move into his house.

Emperor Joker is a 9-part crossover storyline that appeared in DC Comics' then-ongoing Superman titles from September to October , and written and drawn by many established names in comics, among them Jeph Loeb, J. It is actually composed of two 6-part sub-storylines, "Superman: Arkham" followed by "Superman: The Reign of Emperor Joker", connected in the middle by the one-shot special titled Superman: Emperor Joker, which is also the title of the collected issues released as a trade paperback much later in January The storyline in essence is this: Batman's archenemy The Joker is accidentally given nigh-unlimited reality-shaping powers by that imp from the 6th dimension, Mr.

Mxyzptlk, and he reshapes the universe in his image which then becomes topsy-turvy to say the least; so it's up to Earth's greatest, and most confused heroes to stop him before he destroys all of existence.

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