I've been thinking of reading it, and I have one question.....Is the Joker who "Killed" Jason Todd different from the joker shown throughout NEW 52? And are these Jokers separated by eras?
I just rewatched all of the DC extended Universe
(Man of Steel - Birds of Prey) and I loved Suicide Squad. It was no Dark Knight or Batman (1989) but it’s a good action movie with hints of origin stories on top. And Jared Leto’s performance was different than Ledger’s or Nicholson’s or Hamill but all 3 of those guys were different from each other as well. Leto played a psycho gangster who loved Harley Quinn and tried to rescue her and risked death for her. A cool different dynamic we got compared to the DCAU and other depictions.
He always gets a bad rap about his performance and I can’t figure out why people hate on it so much.
My biggest argument for that is when you compare Dark Knight Returns joker to say the Killing Joke Joker, He seems more calculating and less impulsive or maniacal. Different Jokers for different stories or different interpretations.
Story-wise is was a little loose and it didn’t give you the feeling of being in the universe too much. But I think it was a solid movie regardless. 7.6 out of 10.
This comic book right here is a good one ‼️ Who has read it and what are your thoughts and rate it 1-10 🔥
I've just finished reading"batman three jokers #1" and i don't know if anyone else has noticed but in one of the panels the joker is wearing a hat that says "large Marge towing". If anyone remembers peewee hurman, the 1st movie was called "peewees big adventure" and in the movie there's a scene was a trucker named "large Marge" was a ghost like character. Anyone else remember that?
So, I have of course rewatched Joker (2019) once again and it still good. But I was wondering and I wanted to make this post. What is YOUR version of the Joker? Is he a crime lord, a serial killer or is he something else? Don't go into too much details, just say what type of a Joker he is in your eyes and mind.
So i thought it would have fit better had they just said that the DCEU joker (jared leto) was just a dick grayson that was torchured by the joker so he got out and killed joker it wouldve explained why the jared leto joker felt so off and wasnt such an insane pychopath it wouldve made sense simply for the fact usually joker and batman look around the same age so why would there be a young joker and super old batman idk just food for thought
How would you guys like to see the dceu do better in terms of retconning without having to do the entire multiverse deal
I was watching "Under the Red Hood" with my sister and I laughed at one of the Joker's jokes and my sister said she fears me. I don't remember what the joke was but it was pretty dark. And I'm wondering is Joker supposed to be funny or I have a really dark sense of humor or both?
Like most people I really like the joker he is one of if not THE best comic villain of all time (in my opinion) and I don’t know why
In Batman the killing joke 2 cops come to tell the joker (before he went insane) that his wife died while plugging in the baby bottle heater and got electrocuted but I think she might still be alive at the time we see that flashback cops were known to joke around like that and I think they might have got the wrong person maybe so she might be alive