JOKER (1975) #7 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Joker (1975) #7
Guest-starring Luthor. The Clown Prince of Crime and Superman's greatest nemesis trade personalities in a wacky tale called "Luthor...You're Driving Me Sane!" (written by Elliot S. Maggin and drawn by Irv Novick and Frank McLaughlin). At a Gotham movie theater, Lex Luthor spies the Joker in disguise enjoying newsreel footage of his latest exploits. Using the opportunity to compare notes, the diabolical duo enjoys a fast food meal at a local Burger Blast, only to find themselves quickly surrounded by cops.

When Luthor lends the Joker a force field device to aid in his escape, the joker realizes that maybe Lex, despite his lack of a sense of humor, might have something to offer him in the brains department. Breaking in one of Luthor's experiments, the Joker inadvertently transfers Lex's smarts into his head while giving the mad scientist all of his lunacy!

GCD Data

Title: Luthor -- You're Driving Me Sane!

Featuring: Joker

Credits: Elliot Maggin (Script), Irv Novick (Pencils), Frank McLaughlin (Inks), ? (Colors), ? (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: JOKER (1975)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
7 (6.00) (11.75) (23.50) (42.00) (71.00) (118.00)

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