The Joker Quotes (20 quotes)
Joker tells Batman a joke and batman laughs
The Joker and Batman: friends or enemy?
He was first introduced in Batman 1 Spring and has remained consistently popular. The Joker is a master criminal with a clown-like appearance, and is considered one of the most infamous criminals within Gotham City. Initially portrayed as a violent sociopath who murders people for his own amusement, the Joker later in the s began to be written as a goofy trickster-thief. That characterization continued through the lates and s before the character became again depicted as a vicious, calculating, psychopathic killer. He was also ranked 8th on the Greatest Comic Book Character of All Time list, which was released by Empire notably being the highest ranked villain character on the list , as well as being the fifth Greatest Comic Book Character Ever in Wizard Magazine's Greatest Comic Book Characters of all Time list, once again being the highest ranked villain on the list.
Bane is a character from the DC Universe best known for breaking Batman's back. He is a villain in the game DC Universe Online.
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One is a crazy, violent, psychologically unstable lunatic, dressed up like a loon, hellbent on destroying everyone around him for insane reasons, who is not above torturing his friends, and has psychologically hurt a young boy named Robin Ever since the two first crossed paths in 's Batman 1, the destinies of Batman and the Joker have been inextricably linked.
To understand the true duality in the dynamic between the Joker and Batman, you need to understand that they were birthed from the same thing: tragedy. If you read the brilliant Alan Moore masterpiece, The Killing Joke, and you follow it as the seminal Joker origin story which most do , then you know, The Joker got dealt just as crappy a hand by fate as Batman did. Some would even argue, Joker got it worse. Losing your Father and Mother in front of you, especially when you are a child, is a tragedy. But some say having your pregnant wife die and then falling in a vat of acid that scars you for life in a heist gone wrong is even worse. But I would argue that point.
A mysterious patient at Arkham Asylum known as "John Doe" , Joker became an ally to Bruce Wayne while he was incarcerated at the asylum. After he was discharged from the asylum, Joker went on to associate with a group of criminals called The Pact , whom he wished Bruce to get involved with. Nobody truly had an identity for the Joker, with the name "John Doe" that was given to him by the asylum staff. It seemed that John was also unaware of his past and didn't remember his life prior to Arkham, how he got there or even his own name. No one even remembered the day that John arrived and there was no record of him ever being committed.
In the last movie The Dark Knight the Batman say " so why do you wanna kill me? Now the bad relationship, the joker wanna do crimes not for money or revenge his doing that for two reasons 1. Enemys forever no question about it. But im just taking a guess cause killing a bunch of your close friends and two sidekicks is really not enough to piss off some people :P. Batman and Joker are quintessential opposites. The Joker's ideals are the reverse to what Batman bases his misssion upon: Joker supports anarchy and destruction, whilst batman is about law and order. And maybe you should learn some manners before posting.