Batman: Three Jokers #1

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Jason Fabok Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: August 26, 2020 Cover Price: $6.99 Critic Reviews: 22 User Reviews: 98
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Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite to tell the ultimate story of Batman and The Joker!
After years of anticipation starting in DC Universe: Rebirth #1, the epic miniseries you’ve been waiting for is here: find out why there are three Jokers, and what that means for the Dark Knight and the Clown Prince of Crime. It’s a my more

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Aug 26, 2020

    I do have a worry regarding this series that has nothing to do with the sheer amount of Joker we have seen this year. After Doomsday Clock, my worry is that Three Jokers may promise too much and deliver too little. I sincerely hope that I am wrong as DC could do with a win. Fingers crossed. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Dark Knight News - Steve J Ray Aug 26, 2020

    I can't wait to see what happens in book two! Read Full Review

  • 10
    AIPT - Christopher Franey Aug 25, 2020

    The hype behind Three Jokers is real. I know a lot of us have been waiting a long time for this miniseries to be released, but the wait was worth it. Excellent artwork presents a mystery that will leave you with lots of questions in the perfect opener for a story that may change what we know about the Joker. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Aug 25, 2020

    If you were skeptical about this latest Black Label title, Johns, Fabok and Anderson deliver what might be DCs strongest mini-series of 2020. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Forces Of Geek - Lenny Schwartz Aug 26, 2020

    This is a great book and a superb release. It may have taken a while for to get here, but it was certainly worth the wait. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Matt Meyer Aug 25, 2020

    After four years' wait,Batman: Three Jokers #1 is at last upon us. Despite any owed skepticism due to its extreme tardiness, this is a perfect, masterpiece of a comic. DO NOT MISS IT. Read Full Review

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Carl Bryan Aug 26, 2020

    I'm in! I'm really in. This is a great pairing of heroes and to see how they all face the purple demon is going to be interesting! Read Full Review

  • 10
    The Source by SuperHeroStuff - Matt Amerling Sep 19, 2020

    Three Jokers is a beautifully drawn and excellently-scripted story which will surely become one of DCs next entries in its long line of classic stories! Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Aug 25, 2020

    Whatever comes after this packed first issue, we've been set up for one of the best Batman stories in recent memories. Johns waited a while to tackle the Bat, but he looks like he's going to make it count. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Batman-News - Nicholas Finch Aug 25, 2020

    I honestly don't think I could have asked for a better start to what's sure to be the biggest Joker story of the year " and perhaps, if it continues at this level of quality, a classic comic in its own right. This is a dark, enthralling mystery of a Batman story: with a cast of characters sharing an electric chemistry, a trio of charismatic and sinister villains, and an ending that's both shocking and cathartic, yet leaves you wanting so much more. I'm happy to say that this book receives the highest rating I've given a comic so far: you'll want to be paying close attention to this one. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Aug 25, 2020

    It's been four years since we first got the shocking news that there were Three Jokers out and about and now we can finally get the information a lot of us have desperately wanted ever since that reveal and for this first issue to those answers....... it didn't disappoint. Do you know for certain what's going on here...... no. But you get some ideas that will keep you wondering along the way, while also being a book that has a super-star creative team that does some of their best work along the way. Check out the Three Jokers. You won't want to miss this. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Kat Calamia Aug 25, 2020

    What makes The Joker such a menacing villain is that he fights our heroes on a psychological level, and with this - Johns and Fabok don't disappoint. Three Jokers is more than a mystery about uncovering the secrets behind the three Jokers - 'The Criminal,' 'The Clown,' and 'The Comedian' - but a story to see just how far the Joker's actions can push our heroes' morality until they finally break. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    All-Comic - Dom Berardi Sep 1, 2020

    Batman: Three Jokers #1 feels like it is building up to something great and readers would regret not getting into this series before it becomes a hard to get classic. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Aug 25, 2020

    Jason Fabok brings some brilliantly dark and disturbing art to this first issue. Not only do all three iterations of the Joker look menacing and scary, but the crimes they commit are given a visceral, visual flair. A great looking book filled with detailed panels. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Keith Reid-Cleveland Aug 26, 2020

    Overall, the first issue of this was more than enough to justify sticking it out to see how the story develops. Let's just wait and see what kind of build-up we get before we get some answers as to how we got here. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Aug 26, 2020

    As I said earlier, the only real flaw to Three Jokers #1 is that it doesn't recount the build-up to this story that well and throws new readers into the deep end of the pool with little chance to acclimate themselves before things start to get strange. While this is a fairly big problem, fans of these creators and those who know what they need to know going in will find this to be a ripping yarn. This is The Joker story we've literally been waiting to see for years and it thankfully proved worth the wait. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Multiversity Comics - Gregory Ellner Aug 31, 2020

    If one can get past the fact that this story is very much of a different era and connected to elements long-since abandoned, there is an interesting, relatively fast-paced tale to be told. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Spencer Perry Aug 26, 2020

    Even though only some headway is actually made in terms of plot in Batman: Three Jokers #1"learning little readers didn't already know"there are still surprises to be found. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Wes Greer Aug 25, 2020

    Three Jokers is available today so make sure you are one of the first at your Local Shop because this is for sure one that will not be on the shelf long. If you live in an area that is still impacted by the current covid19 pandemic, you can also purchase this issue via digital download from your preferred digital retailer. Make sure you guys let me know what you thought about this issue by leaving a comment down below. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Matthew Sardo Aug 25, 2020

    BATMAN: THREE JOKERS #1 is good, but it is not revolutionary. The creative needs to push the envelope of storytelling instead of using the 80s for inspiration. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    But Why Tho? - CJ Jan 1, 1970

    Despite a subpar story,Batman: Three Jokers #1 is a visual treat. I would recommend this for Jason Todd fans, as he remains the highlight of the book. With two issues left to go, I hope Johns picks up the pace and justifies this story's existence. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Graphic Policy - Brett Aug 25, 2020

    Batman: Three Jokers #1 isn't bad in any way. It's also not exciting. There's a joyless stiffness to it. The comic takes itself a bit too seriously and comes off stilted and honestly boring. Read Full Review

  • 10
    M1sf1r3 Aug 24, 2020

    Prelude:
    Lucky for me, Three Jokers #1 hit iBooks in Australia today. Well, this has been in the making since Darkseid War so there's a lot of hype for this. Hope this delivers after the long wait.

    The Good:
    Wow.... can I just say everything?

    I love the introductions for each character with the captions and flashbacks adding more layers.

    Always love a detective scene.

    Fabok's art is godlike.

    Speaking of, Brad Anderson's colouring is so freaking great.

    That final scene.... goddamn that was great.

    Seeing all Three Jokers interact was so satisfying and great to see.

    The Bad:
    I'm offended that you thought there would be anything.

    C more

  • 10
    BitchWitcher Aug 25, 2020

    It's a gorgeous-looking, extremely well written book but what most disturbs me about it is the scene between Joker and Red Hood. Somehow, Johns has given Jason Todd his most emotional moment in the span of a few pages than Jason's had in his entire Red Hood run for the past nine years in his own title.

  • 9.5
    Nihilist Aug 25, 2020

    Just few days ago The Batman's trailer was released, to univeersal shock and praise of its dense, violent, dark atmosphere. It's by no means perfect and the final movie may end up being a misstep, but as of now, most sceptics seemingly vanished after seeing Pattinson obliterating a street thug and realizing they may have judget the book by its cover.
    Similarly, Three Jokers took a crowbar and smashed the head of anyone who was skeptical, if not plain negative about it, before this issue dropped out. And man, what a comic we've just received...

    First of, let's address the elephant in the room - the overall layout, as well as Fabok's fantastic art, just scream "The Killing Joke". Undoubtedly Johns wanted to give this story fam more

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  • 10
    Maud Benjamin Aug 25, 2020

    Best Batman story I've read in years.

  • 10
    KFuqua Aug 25, 2020

    Great book by two of the best in the business.

  • 8.0
    AsgersWeb Aug 25, 2020

    Another Black Label book that's just a harder PG-13. The book is good, but it's not good enough to justify the four year build up. The book isn't really about Bruce. Batman has nothing to do in this story even tho his name is on the book. He reacts to everything, an arc has sort of been set up. You may argue that the Killing Joke had no arc for Bruce, it actually did but even if it didn't that book was practically a book from Joker's perspective. In this Barbara and Jason, especially Jason seems to have taken the leading role. Since we have a trio against the Joker trio, I assume Babs will carry issue 2, and the third issue will almost certinantly be Bruce's issue. What I hope is that we will really go into Bruce's psyche in the third issue more

  • 9.5
    Silver Rocket Aug 25, 2020

    Geoff Johns understands the character and history of Joker. Tynion should take notes.

  • 8.5
    ohhaimark Aug 26, 2020

    I really liked this issue. The art was definitely the best part, but I really liked how Barbara and Jason were written.

  • 10
    TheHyruleElf Aug 25, 2020

    Jesus Christ, after three years I can't believe I'm really reading it, but here we go. This book is phenomenally paced, INCREDIBLY illustrated, and the themes of trauma and pain are so genuine it's just...gahh I don't even have words. Like in the past Geoff has been accused of being edgy for shock appeal, but there is something so real about the trauma each of these characters has suffered through...just...Damn, man. So, was it worth the wait? Abso-freaking-lutely.

  • 10
    allenquanobi Aug 25, 2020

    It's just one issue and I already love it more than doomsday clock. This feels like Johns had something to say and had a clear vision for where the story is going to go rather than just writing a watchmen sequel. It is dark, it is mysterious, it is crime noir at its best. I can't really talk about plot points a lot due to spoilers, what I will say is that this first issue doesn't go the way I expected it to and in a very good way. The art is also amazingly good. It's a welcome return from Fabok who seems to be solely working on this for the last couple years. The detail in every panel, the layouts of the panels themselves, and the coloring by Brad Anderson all deserve huge shoutouts and praise. It's an achievement, this is the best w more

  • 10
    EdNothIng Aug 25, 2020

    I wasnt expecting something SO GOOD

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    Dark Knight Comic Fan Aug 25, 2020

    The definitive Batman story by decade:

    1980s: The Dark Knight Returns
    1990s: The Long Halloween
    2000s: Hush
    2010s: The Court of Owls
    2020s: Three Jokers?

    After so many years, one of DC Rebirth's biggest mysteries sees the day of light. And boy oh boy it was worth the wait! Everyone that's a part of this project should be honored for this issue was a masterpiece. I have never been this hyped for a DC Comic in my life and in comics in general that last time was Spider-Man: Life Story. But I think I was more hyped for this particular story than Chip Zdarsky's and Mark Bagley's masterpiece!

    The writing is top-notch and I expect nothing less from the legendary Geoff Johns. The way Bruce, Babs, more

  • 10
    Tony Aug 25, 2020

    Artwork:5/5
    Story: 5/5
    Classic look, mistery, action, detective style, violence, humor, etc. This comic book has everything.

  • 10

    I'm with one of the other users. I think this is shaping up to be the Batman story of the decade.

  • 9.0
    ICC Aug 26, 2020

    When this was announced I was in middle school. Then I graduated high school and a pandemic started so I haven't read comics in over 6 months. This was the perfect one to bring me back in. It's been so long and this was exactly what I needed.

  • 6.0
    Darkseid24 Aug 25, 2020

    Never liked the idea of 3 Jokers, but the art is really great. It’s the best thing about this comic. However as for the story I can’t see Barbara ever acting like that& I doubt Batman would leave Jason alone with Joker. It all depends on how the story will go, if the Jokers are the real Joker from 3 different earths or just all from 1 earth, then Joker as a character is ruined. If it turns out that Joker just used some innocent people to pose as Joker, then it can be a fun story. So it’s too early to really judge, but I don’t find the story that intriguing.

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  • 3.0
    MKW69 Aug 25, 2020

    Nothing new or interesting. This shoulld be done years ago.

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  • 3.0
    Double Down Aug 26, 2020

    Boring.

    Story: 2/10
    Art: 6/10
    Overall: 3/10

    Story: Great, we got the concept a year ago, so the hype wasn't helping this book.
    First of all, with Bruce filled with so many scars, maybe he should stop fighting crime in thin cotton material. We wasted another full page on his parents' death... and we got to 10 pages before getting anywhere.
    Now that we know there are 3 Jokers? One dies, so what... no weight... nothing happens in this book, and it's 50 pages long.

    Art: This part is subjective, of course, but this felt stiff af. Fabok isn't an interiors artist or Johns told him to use the exhausting Doomsday Clock/Watchmen panel layout, which was a horrible decision. I hate to say it, but Fa more

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  • 10
    Inknight033 Aug 25, 2020

    Totally worth the wait!!!

  • 10
    axdn Aug 25, 2020

    Wow this was superb!

  • 10
    Afre Aug 25, 2020

    Oh damm. That was someting. Something good.

    I really liked it. And cannot wait for more.

    It is hard to review this because I don't want to say anything. Read it, be completely surprised by it.

  • 10
    Danny Aug 25, 2020

    The ominous tone set by Geoff Johns and the cinematic work done by Fabok, paired with the nauseating color palette of Brad Anderon... This is a daunting comic to approach. It has an almost scholarly feel to it--like this is a culmination to Batman's long and bloody history with Joker, which includes Jason and Barbra, fittingly. At its core, it's an examination of trauma done right *cough* Tom King *cough*. It's serious, gothic, dirty, and feels like a bronze age comic book in all the right ways before the superheroes fell into the modern era.

    When there are shelves of superhero comics exploring some new crisis event this is a rare gem that stands out from all those "pure fun" comic tropes. This is shaping up to be an ace in the more

  • 10
    LittleMAK Aug 25, 2020

    The wait was worth it! I never knew we would get this mini series, after years of cancellations I’ve got to admit, I thought all hope was lost but Geoff Johns did it again! He didn’t disappoint us. Geoff Johns is probably the guy who can write literally anything, I mean the guy can wrote about my poop and people would still read it (in a good way). This comic was flawless, Jason Fabok’s artworks is godlike. Go to the street and ask people about “How should a comic look?” and they would imagine either Jason Fabok’s art or Gary Frank’s artwork. And the colors, my god! they were amazing as well. I think at the end of this mini series, this mini series will not only be the best mini series of 2020, it is gonna be one of the best m more

  • 10
    GammaBurst Aug 25, 2020

    This is absolutely brilliant.

  • 10
    fenixalasnegras Aug 26, 2020

    It a nice surprise read something really well written, something it's not happen in DC for a long time, tks for that.
    It starts in an incredible way, while the news spreads about the Joker, it is played with the images that he has left in each one.
    In this number I feel that it is broken down as follows.
    Batman investigating.
    Barbara with a makeup trauma.
    Jason is the one who still brings the pain to the surface disguised as anger.
    One scene was almost painful for me, when the Joker begins to describe Jason's torture to break it. Personally, I think he is an impostor and Jason fell into the game.

    Fue agradable algo realmente bien escrito, ya se extrañaba que DC hiciera esto.
    Inicia de forma i more

  • 10
    雨人点雪 Aug 26, 2020

    杰作!姐夫的《三个小丑》有着无与伦比的精致质感,值得上长时间的等待。

    masterpiece! Geoff Johns's "Three Jokers" has an incomparable exquisite texture and is worth the long wait.

  • 10
    Laughingfish Aug 27, 2020

    This book lived up to the hype.

  • 9.5
    YourGreenMuse Aug 25, 2020

    It's good.

  • 9.5
    Liem Duong Aug 25, 2020

    Nothing short of phenomenal. Seriously. WOW. This was amazing, fulfills every single drop of anticipation I was hoping to get out of this book, and it delivers. Definitely worth the 7 bucks based on page count, cover, and quality. Some books are overpriced, not this one. This was what fans have been waiting to be answered for five years. And finally, the first issue to the theory of 3 Jokers will be finally answered in this issue, right? Hell nah. The theory has become even more elusive on Three Jokers as this issue drew on, and that just makes the tip of the iceberg.

    The art is this book is easily one of DC's best. Jason Fobak doesn't do alot of art for comics, but when he does, its some of the best art you will ever see, acco more

  • 9.5
    JulianPope Aug 26, 2020

    Delivering on the promise made four years ago, one issue at a time.

  • 9.5
    Batfan Aug 26, 2020

    The mystery theme, the introduction to each Joker, each Bat member sounding like themselves, the scene with Jason at the end...speechless.

  • 9.5
    Sollywoods Aug 27, 2020

    I’m happy to be reading something good from Batman again! I’m one of those people who stopped reading Batman halfway through Kings run because well... let’s not go there.

    The art was fantastic throughout and it was one of those comics I wanted to reread immediately after at least to take in the art again.

    There was some progression of story while dangling continued mystery throughout. I also like the detective angle that Batman has been missing for a while.

    This may fall apart in the end, who knows. The concept didn’t have me excited as I thought three jokers running around and no one knew until now is a bit stupid. However, this issue has me on board and hoping Johns can pull it together make it more

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  • 9.0
    Cake by Ocean Aug 26, 2020

    I actually expect to hate it, but this is pretty good. The art is also really good.

  • 9.0
    Jacks Comics Aug 26, 2020

    Art 5/5
    Story 4/5

  • 9.0
    Gizmo Aug 29, 2020

    The DNA/dental record thing and the breaking or the treadmill are ridiculous, but the plot is interesting and well paced, taking full advantage of the comic book medium.

  • 9.0
    Spacey Medicine Aug 31, 2020

    This was really good, which blew my goddamn mind because this whole concept was corrupt to me. But yeah, I liked it! Good work, team.

  • 8.5
    Darrow Aug 26, 2020

    This issue was Flashback and a little Story. :)) But Story was good at all.
    And art is masterpiece.

  • 8.0
    SONOFBATMANN Aug 27, 2020

    Overhyped as hell, but its only the first issue so that complaint isn't really valid.

    This book is great overall but I have to nitpick:

    1. Nonexistent panel economy

    Johns seems to be using a cinematic style of page by panel storytelling with the 9 panel grid and don't get me wrong, it looks great, but for a book this long awaited it seems like its just burning money.

    2. ALIAS the Clown

    Comedian and Criminal are all pretty good, but Clown? I think Killer or Cut-Throat would have been better than mere clown (pretty synonymous with comedian anyways). Regardless of that, Jason turning his brains into chef boyardee makes the name irrelevant anyways.

    3. "I'm an IDEA..."

    more

  • 4.0
    Rakefire Aug 25, 2020

    A comic that is 2006 in all the worst ways. No imagination or resonance on display here, just the fan-baiting mystery box crap. Great art, though!

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  • 10
    VenomizedTank Aug 27, 2020

    This seems like its gonna be held up as one of Batmans greatest stories, next too the killing joke by Alan Moore and the long Halloween and Frank Millers Dark Knight run.

  • 10
    Let's Go! Comic Show Aug 28, 2020

    Our story begins in Summer 2018, it was San Diego Comic-Con. I am sitting in a very crowded room, not quite Hall H, but not a small break out room either. This one was full. It was one of those DC Comic creator highlight panels on Geoff Johns. Mr. Johns teased a story called Three Jokers. There he said this book should probably hit the shelves in the winter of 2018.

    That’s right, 2018.

    It has become somewhat of a legend. Almost like the remaining issues of the Frank Miller and Jim Lee ALL-STAR BATMAN & ROBIN THE BOY WONDER book. The only glimmer of hope has been artist Jason Fabok. He was always promised it will happen, there is just a lot of work to do. The story is done, it just needs extra time due to the artwork. more

  • 10
    GTMedia Reviews Aug 28, 2020

    Three Jokers was hinted at the outset of DC Rebirth during Darkseid War. During that storyline, Batman sat on the Mobius Chair (Don't ask) and obtained Godlike abilities and knowledge. He asked the chair to confirm the identity of his parent's killer, which is common knowledge to Batman in-universe and the reader. The book then threw the curve-ball the massive Joker reveal.

    Since that time DC Rebirth has come and gone. The Watchmen have been successfully integrated into DC continuity via Doomsday Clock. The only lingering plot from Rebirth worth mentioning is the thread involving the Three Jokers.

    Joker is all over the place lately and we're constantly being indodated with different incarnations of the character. I' more

  • 10

    So far I'm impressed. But I've seen interesting Minis go downhill quick, and Geoff Johns has written a fair share of them. But this is the best story I've seen by him in years. Jason Fabok provides some of the best work I've seen on a Batman book in many moons. They should try and get him to do a regular Batbook.
    From what I've seen this has promise to be a fitting conclusion to a trilogy began 30 years ago and will be considered one of Batman's most legendary adventures, along with "The Killing Joke" and "A death in the family." for years to come, as long as Johns keeps the story going in the direction of entertaining storytelling instead of another of those "After this nothing will be the same again" stories he's so known for writin more

  • 9.5
    Rhinoeat Sep 17, 2020

    Damn this is the first new book I've read in a while and I'm unfamiliar with Fabok's work, but I gotta fix that. This is one pretty ass comic (and the story's not bad either!).

  • 9.5
    Axo Sep 29, 2020

    I may have gotten it a bit late, but I regret doing so. Really can't wait to get the 2nd now.

  • 9.0
    Micky H Aug 28, 2020

    Fantastic opening. Hooked

  • 9.0
    EDiakota Sep 1, 2020

    " We do what we always do. We try to make a better joker."
    - CRIMINAL JOKER

  • 9.0
    Watchtower022 Sep 1, 2020

    Fabok’s work in this is exceptional. Excited to see where this goes.

  • 8.5
    DDJamesB Sep 2, 2020

    Wasnt what I was expecting but definitely a great looking book. The story itself was a little odd at times but the parts that were good were really good and it definitely set up a lot to come. I am curious as to where this takes place in the timeline. Just seems odd Batman finds out theres 3 jokers after years of not knowing and some how theres a joker compound and they are all in play. Im going to need some explanation as to the why now.

  • 7.5
    superstan52 Sep 1, 2020

    So all these years, when one Joker is locked up in Arkham,the other Jokers go underground,never surface or commit mayhem? Why would they do that? I dont buy the premise. Plus, the Joker admitting they need " a Better Joker?" Nahhh.

  • 7.0
    Federico Liguori Aug 27, 2020

    Very interesting start, but I don't know it this is going to be a milestone or a train wreck. I fear for the worst. Touching a character like The Joker is always risky.

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