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upupupupupupupupupup · 2 days ago
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bang~
틔터 알티돌던거 트레
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lapizeui · 2 days ago
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People in my country don’t seem to like batjokes because of joker 2019.
(First of all, sorry for my english.)
Today I just answer a comment about batjokes in Lego batman video because someone ask if he/she can ship batman and joker or not.
I answer “Yes, you can. This ship is called Batjokes.”
A moment later, I get many many replies (and dislikes).
Most of the replies are about how morality wrong it is. Then I’m be like “Wait batman and joker is THAT morality wrong and many people have to say it?” So, I trying to ask them why.
The answers are “They are BROTHERS. NO. That’s incest.” “You know that joker is full-growth man when bruce is just a kid, right?”
Me : What ‘brothers’ ‘Kid’? What do you mean. wtf. Then, I suddenly remember. The Joker (2019) makes them brothers and has a really wide age gap.
That…explains a lot. That’s why. Is this one of the reason why only few people shipping batjokes in my country? I’m trying to explain Joker(2019) isn’t even canon. Batman and Joker aren’t brothers. Age gap isn’t that wide to the unacceptable level. They mixed the story up.
I still get replies and I don’t think it’ll stop soon.
(Thank for reading this. I just want to grouse and happen to end up here.)
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comicsiswild · 18 hours ago
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Batman ‘66 (2013) #7
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nocternalrandomness · 2 days ago
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”Why so serious?”
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quibblesticks · a day ago
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i think that dc's main issue with batman is the fact that it chooses to tell sensational stories rather than impactful ones. i'm thinking about jason and how they changed the purpose of his character but refused to commit to any solid plotline so they could use him for drama. i'm thinking about talia and how they changed her entire character in order to create tension where none originally existed. i'm thinking about the joker and how dc won't let him be just a man, won't let him die because of the problems that come with him
and that's not to say that sensational stories can't have impact, but when the sensation exists for its own purposes, it can take away from the story. and it really has
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lightweightkate · 4 months ago
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I’ve been cackling about this for like five minutes now
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galahadwilder · 5 months ago
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The Joker’s violent attention-comedy bullshit would 100% just not work if his main opponent was John Constantine. Both because John is funnier than he is and just does NOT care. Joker would be bouncing around like “look at me, I’m so EEEEVILLLL” and John’s just bored because this isn’t even in the top ten evil things he’s seen this morning
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cupatty · 9 months ago
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“Hello Little Caesars? 5 orders of Normal Bread please.”
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m-alejandrita · 21 days ago
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Original picture (x)
Suggested by @cosplaywill92 on instagram :)
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whetstonefires · 5 months ago
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Like I know we've talked about how it's better if Batman doesn't reciprocate the Joker's arch-enemy fixation and is like 'genuinely please spontaneously drop dead so I can forget about you forever,' but the version I would really love to see is one where his actual archnemesis as far as he's concerned is like.
The Koch brothers, or suitably fictionalized equivalent.
Roughly the same amount of money he has to bring to the problem, being poured out with way fewer ethics about things like appropriate lobbying, just buying politicians outright & blocking all common-sense gun control legislation for decades. Enemy billionaires fighting him on the nature of their shared world.
Because the Joker's like. Sure, Batman hates him. He's dealt the Bat a lot of pain. He'd earned some hating after Barbara, never mind Jason.
But the Joker isn't nemesis material. Not really. Batman is about fighting the whole edifice of violent crime, every factor that leads to the situation of people shot to death in alleyways, the whole tower of it. And Joker has only ever been a symptom of the rot. He's not a cause.
And the thing is, Batman can never tell him. Not just because of his secret identity, since the gun control crusade is kind of distinctive--no. That's not why.
It's because if Batman told the Joker that the Kochs were his actual nemeses, there is an 85%+ chance that the Joker would then kill them.
He's got to look at the Joker, every time the damn clown targets him, capering away in his absurd quest to feel important, and think: I could weaponize you so easily.
If I told you about my actual arch-enemies in the right way, I could guarantee you'd kill them. Out of jealousy. Out of pride. To grandstand.
You'd think you were hurting me--taking advantage of my having let the information slip, making me responsible for the murder of people I hated, forcing me to wrack my conscience for it. You'd think it meant you got to make me live with being responsible for killing my archnemesis, and still be alive to watch. You'd think you'd won something. You'd never even know what I'd done.
You aren't a complicated machine, Joker. Unpredictable, sometimes, but not complicated. You point a direction and something sparks inside you, and violence comes out. Terribly simple. It would be easy. All I'd have to do is tell you the truth.
But I swore never to become the man holding the gun.
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AU where after Jason dies and Bruce is doing his whole, “I can’t break my no kill rule” brooding Alfred just says something along the lines of, “Master Bruce, while you may have a rule against killing, I do not.” while loading a shoot-gun and then leaving and Bruce very pointedly not stopping him. We then see a shot of the Joker in a warehouse with a silhouette of Alfred and shot-gun, we hear the gun go off, and then the screen goes blank. Afterwards we see a montage of Batman, Nightwing, Commissioner Gordon, Harley Quinn, and many others all very half-heartedly trying to pretend like they’re actually upset and will being trying to find out who did this. There also may or may not be a parade celebrating Jokers death that many Gotham Villains happily attend and endorse. This avoids a lot of drama once Jason gets back.
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grumpyhedgehogs · a year ago
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it’d be really funny if batman just got this reputation of absolutely HATING bruce wayne. like, gotham starts to realize that the two are never in a room together even though bruce wayne gets kidnapped by supervillians or targeted by the mob or whatever like three times a week and the entire city is like whoa. batman really just said fuck this one guy in particular. he saves everybody from murderers to toddlers but batman really just cannot stand bruce wayne’s dumb ass. and bruce wayne always leaves the place when batman gets there because hes just like. too polite to say anything. the joker keeps breaking into wayne manor to ask what bruce did to piss batman off so much
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collectivefandomstuff · a year ago
[Family Meeting]
Bruce: I'd like to adress the sudden rise in animosity the villains have shown towards Robin.
Jason, just back from a mission: [leaned back in his chair with his arms crossed] more than usual you mean?
Tim: A lot more.
Dick: Dami has recently decided to forget what the villains are called.
Jason: I- wait what?
Damian: [imperiously] I simply decided that memorising the names of criminals was an ineffective use of my cognitive faculties. Better I recall their behavioural patterns.
Jason: What exactly did you do?
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Riddler: [appears dramatically in a puff of smoke] Well well, if it isn't the little bird?
Robin: [coldly] Question man.
Riddler:
Riddler: It's "the Riddler"
Robin: Who cares?
Riddler: [sputtering]
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Robin: [drops down from the ceiling to interrupt a meeting between Penguin and his people]
Penguin: Great. It's the boy annoyance.
Robin: [cordially] Birdman.
Penguin: I beg your pardon?!
Robin: [without inflection] My apologies. I have come to arrest you, Mister Mumble.
Penguin: Out of all the movies you could have insulted me with-
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Poison Ivy: Oh my, looks like a little birdie has come for a visit.
Harley Quinn: [grinning] Nice of you to drop in tweety
Robin: [nods to Ivy] Daisy. [to Harley] Miss Mime
Ivy: what
Harley: [cracks her knuckles]
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Robin: [throws a batarang at clayface]
Clayface: great. a mosquito.
Robin: ...[with distaste] There is no need for insults, Mudpie.
Clayface: ...
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Robin: [calling in an arrest] Yes, I have apprehended Toto.
Scarecrow: [tied up nearby] Hey!
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Joker: [Sees Robin swinging down in the middle of a hostage situation] Oh look! it's the cavalary...'s pet.
Robin: [cordially] Mr Quinzel.
Joker:
Joker: Wh-
Robin: You are Harley's husband correct?
Joker: [furious] no!
Robin: My apologies then. I shall endeavor to use your proper name... ... [frowning] Mrs? You are wearing make-up. Is that it? Mrs Quinzel? I did not mean to assume.
Joker: [frothing at the mouth]
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[back at the meeting]
Tim: to be fair he only does it when they misname HIM.
Damian: I have a name. It is rude not to use it.
Bruce: Damian. There has been seven attempts on your life this week alone. Stop.
Damian: no
Bruce: [grinds his teeth]
Dick: Actually, what ARE Joker's preferred pronouns? Has anyone asked?
Jason: [munching down a power bar] It's Fuckface McKidkiller
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galahadwilder · 5 months ago
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The Joker is a specialized predator who thrives inside his very specific ecosystem niche and would be absolutely brutalized outside of it. He might do okay in Metropolis maybe because Superman is fairly similar to Batman, but I don’t care what DC comics says, if he were to tangle with Flash? The Lanterns? Diana, aka “When I deal with my rogues, I deal with them”? Utterly pasted, clown-makeup smear on the pavement at 100 mph
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