Comic Review: Joker: Killer Smile #1 (DC Comics)

DC Comics brings you the most terrifying side in Batman history in Joker: Killer Smile on its first book. Most of the Batman series who battles against the Joker that […]

DC Comics brings you the most terrifying side in Batman history in Joker: Killer Smile on its first book.

Most of the Batman series who battles against the Joker that I watched are Gotham, the animated series, tv shows and movies that are in different realms between good and evil. But this month is a huge follow up providing with the Joker movie and the fact that the stairs in the Bronx became that famous that every tourist in New York is flocking around, and I’ve seen a lot of that on social media. This time, I get a comic to review The Joker comic in Killer Smile, it’s actually a follow up from the movie, and this is probably the most terrifying comic that you’re going to be reading.

The front cover shows that it’s taking you to real life. The Joker is menacing staring at you as long as this front cover is still at your local comic book store. The second front cover shows a very intimidating smile that it’s creeping in the first page of the comic, well it’s Haloween week, right? And the story is about some autobiography between the therapist and the Joker at Arkamn Assylum, which everything the therapist is seeing is terrifying smiles made by the Joker’s gas. After reading some weird children’s book for bedtime story called “Mr. Smiles” it shows a disturbing scene where Mr. Smiles himself killed his own friends on Happyville. However, he started to hallucinate and started seeing some people with some of the creepiest smiles in comic book history.

To think, that this would be scary for this year’s Haloween, well I think it should be. In a nutshell, everything you’ll see all smiles everywhere. There are people are smiling, Mr. Smiles is smiling, even the fuckin’ fishes are smiling. And I don’t want to get started with the smiley scream mask, because I miss the old scream mask with the jaw drop. Well anyway, if you rather want to read something that makes you smile a lot, then this comic is just for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.