Batman: Joker’s Asylum (Vol. 2) is a collection containing short tales of various miscreants narrated by the Joker. All of the stories but one (I’ll get to that later) find cohesion in that they are about love.
There’s a tale about a certain gentleman looking for a new Alice . . . .
One about a girl trying to spend Valentine’s Day with her Puddin’ . . . .
A man who is willing to change everything about himself in order to land the woman of his dreams . . . .
And a Killer Croc who may be falling for the wrong dame . . . .
EWWWWW! Mitchell, not THAT kind of croc!
Each of the stories also has the fact that right when things are starting to get good Batman comes along and ruins the fun . . . . .
All of them, that is, except for the story featuring Clayface. Not only does it not fit with the others in this collection, but I also have a hard time getting on board with reading about a fella who looks like . . . .
For the most part, though, this was decent. 3 Stars.