- What will happens if Batman kills the Joker?
- Has Batman killed Joker?
- What if Batman starts killing?
- Can Batman exist without the Joker?
- Does Joker ever become sane?
- Would Gotham be better if Batman killed?
- Is Batman insane?
- Can Joker be cured?
- Was the Joker a good guy?
- Who defeated Emperor Joker?
- Does Joker fear Batman?
- Can the Joker be rehabilitated?
- Is Batman a psychopath or sociopath?
- Why is Gotham so dark?
- Does Batman ever use guns?
- Why did the Joker turn evil?
- What is Joker’s strongest form?
- Can Joker break anyone?
- Who is Joker afraid of?
If Batman kills Joker he no longer holds back and kills constantly. The police will be after Batman. Commissioner Gordon will see him as a threat. It’s no longer negotiable.
Joker actually did die in his first appearance but was brought back. Since then, Joker has “died” but Batman has never actually broken his neck or anything like that. He has killed the Joker in alternate timelines, so yes, Batman has killed the Joker, just not the version of Batman most people are thinking of.
Batman’s disinclination to kill is woven into his origin and his fundamental nature as a character. If he killed, he would no longer be Batman, but another character altogether. That’s why Marv Wolfman and George Perez created the Vigilante, and why Gerry Conway and John Romita created the Punisher. That’s who he’d be.
Thanks for A2A. No the Joker cannot live without his ‘best field’ Batman. To start, there is an important connection between the Joker and Batman.
“Going Sane” was a four-part story in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #65-68 (November 1994-February 1995). Finding Batman, The Joker exults that he’s finally killed him, and pushes his body into the stream.
Peace. If Batman killed Joker, then Commissioner Gordon would be forced to hunt Batman and the rest of his family down. While they’re preoccupied with that, villains all over Gotham would use the opportunity to declare open season on the city and everyone in it. Gotham wouldn’t be better, it would suffer even more.
No. Batman is an extreme personality, that does not make him insane. Far from it. Too often when trying to analyze the rather complicated psyche of Bruce Wayne (as he is in the source material), people look first at the fact that he lurks in a costume and draw conclusions, based on that alone, about his lack of reason.
The Joker may be seen as one of the most evil supervillains of all time, but a member of the Justice League once cured his madness. Completely. But, one member of the Justice League has the ability to cure his madness – even if it’s only temporary.
The Joker has shown to be a absolute psychopath after his dunking in acid (based off the most popular telling of his origins). You can say he originally was a decent guy, but that was when he was more of a human than a twisted one.
Superman defeats the omnipotent Joker by outsmarting him.
Surprisingly, Joker seems quite worried as he waves a little white flag, begging Batman for his protection from the Phantasm’s inevitable wrath. It does indicate that Joker has some genuine fear of the Phantasm, seeing the Dark Knight as the only true way he’ll be safe.
@BradBarnes17: The Joker and Batman cannot be rehabilitated, you as a superherologist are well aware there is no therapeutic path to separate these individuals from their fundamental impulses!
Warner Bros. Here’s the thing about the Arkham series: Bruce Wayne is a complete psychopath, even by Batman’s usual standards. This wasn’t all that clear in Batman: Arkham Asylum, the original game that combined fast-paced brawling with hidden object puzzles and endless gliding.
Gotham City is heavily industrialized… pumping tons of smoke into the air. This makes the skies gray during the day, and the night sky totally black.
In his very early appearances, Batman did carry a gun. But his canon history has included an aversion to guns since the Silver Age of comics. Batman made a very solemn vow about firearms.
Batman’s interference causes him to leap into a chemical vat, which disfigures him. This, combined with the trauma of his wife’s earlier accidental death, causes him to go insane and become the Joker.
Originally Answered: What is the strongest version of Joker? Emperor Joker was a form The Joker took after tricking Mister Mxyzptlk into donating 99.99% of his reality powers to him. As a direct result, he became near-omnipotent and created a hellish world in his own image.
The Joker can not be broken he is at least by now in cannon, clearly established as insane. Insanity can be learned behavior but its also chemical, the combination of chemical imbalance and in ability to process sensory information properly makes it impossible to break a crazy person.
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