Batman: The Killing Joke
Batman Beyond brings the Joker back to Gotham and paves the way for him to stage a similar assault to the one in 1988's The Killing Joke.
In Batman #49, Selina Kyle and Joker get the spotlight, as the two villains share their very own Killing Joke-inspired moment.
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The latest episode of Gotham adapted some elements from Batman: The Killing Joke to the small screen -- but did it really work?
A brief nod to The Killing Joke is more than just an Easter Egg – it answers questions about Doomsday Clock's place in DC Comics continuity.
Following "Batman: The Killing Joke" and "Justice League Dark," Warner Bros. Animation would still consider tackling more mature material.
One of the most acclaimed comic book writers ever, Alan Moore also had his fair share of controversies over the years. Here are his 15 greatest.
The deluxe edition of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's 1988 Batman one-shot topped BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores for the second month in a row.