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Joker Leaves Arkham

"...The Joker was being released from Arkham Asylum."

Enjoy Lee Bermejo's rendition of Joker. Fortunately, not the cover with the closeup that makes us want to brush our teeth for hours. That'd just be weird on a shirt.

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"...The Joker was being released from Arkham Asylum."

Not everybody loves Joker, the one-shot graphic novel from Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo. However you feel about it, any bad feelings you have probably aren't because of the art. When you take someone who's primarily a cover artist and have him do the pencils and inks for the interiors? Sometimes you end up with cover-quality art inside, like this shot, which we love basically everything about. The gargoyles, seemingly turning away. The wind whipping his suit coat. The curl of his hands. We could look at this for days.

And you, can, too, from the comfort of your own closet. This shirt will look lovely hanging there, being all ominous. However, what you're doing in your closet might be a discussion you should have with your shrink. We're just sayin'....

A simplified version of Lee Bermejo's incredible art on page 4 of Joker graces the front of this black, 100% cotton shirt. Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Imported.