The Joker: I believe whatever doesn’t kill you simply makes you… stranger. 

[stumbles out of wrecked truck
The Joker: [to Batman] Come on, I want you to do it, I want you to do it. Come on, hit me. *Hit me!* 

The Joker: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. We are tonight’s entertainment! I only have one question. Where is Harvey Dent? 
[nobody responds; The Joker walks around the room pointing with his shotgun at everyone
The Joker: You know where Harvey is? You know who he is? 
[grabs a man’s face
The Joker: You know where I can find Harvey? I need to talk to him about something. Just something, a little. 
[turns the man’s face away
The Joker: No… 

The Joker: And I thought my jokes were bad… 

The Joker: You know, I’ll settle for his loved ones. 
Gentleman at Party: We’re not intimidated by thugs! 
The Joker: [as he smacks his lips] You know, you remind me of my father. 
[pulls out his switchblade and brings it to the Gentleman’s mouth
The Joker: I hated my father! 
Rachel Dawes: [off screen] Okay, stop! 
[turns to face Rachel, tosses the Gentleman to his thugs and approaches Rachel, adjusting his hair with the knife
The Joker: Well, hello, beautiful. You must be Harvey’s squeeze, hmm? And you *are* beautiful. 
[hovers around the incredibly nervous Rachel
The Joker: You look nervous. Is it the scars? You want to know how I got ‘em? 
[grabs Rachel’s head and positions the knife by her mouth
The Joker: Come here. Hey! Look at me. So I had a wife, beautiful, like you, who tells me I worry too much. Who tells me I ought to smile more. Who gambles and gets in deep with the sharks… look at me! One day, they carve her face. And we have no money for surgeries. She can’t take it. I just want to see her smile again, hmm? I just want her to know that I don’t care about the scars. So… I stick a razor in my mouth and do this… 
[mimics slicing his mouth open with his tongue
The Joker: …to myself. And you know what? She can’t stand the sight of me! She leaves. Now I see the funny side. Now I’m always smiling! 
[Rachel knees the Joker in the groin; he meerly laughs it off
The Joker: A little fight in you. I like that. 
Batman: Then you’re going to love me. 

The Joker: It’s a funny world we live in. Speaking of funny, do you know how I got these scars? 
Batman: No! But I know how you got these! 

[bumps along while driving hijacked truck
The Joker: I like this job – I love it! 

The Joker: And…here… we…go! 

The Joker: You just couldn’t let me go could you? This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. You truly are incorruptible aren’t you? You won’t kill me out of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness, and I won’t kill you, because you’re just too much fun. I think you and I are destined to do this forever. 
Batman: You’ll be in a padded cell forever. 
The Joker: Maybe we can share one. They’ll be doubling up, the rate this city’s inhabitants are losing their minds. 

The Joker: [to Det. Stephens] Do you wanna know why I use a knife? Guns are too quick. You can’t savor all the… little… emotions. In… you see, in their last moments, people show you who they really are. So in a way, I know your friends better than you ever did. Would you like to know which of them were cowards? 

Batman: What did you do? 
The Joker: I took Gotham’s white knight, and brought him down to our level. It wasn’t hard. Y’see, madness, as you know, is like gravity. All it takes is a little…push. 
[laughs

The Joker: [to Batman] We really should stop fighting, we’ll miss the fireworks! 

The Joker: The only sensible way to live in this world is without rules! 

The Joker: See, I’m not a monster…I’m just ahead of the curve. 

The Joker: See, I’m a man of simple tastes. I like dynamite…and gunpowder…and gasoline! Do you know what all of these things have in common? They’re cheap! 

[repeated line
The Joker: Wanna know how I got these scars? 

The Joker: [holding a knife inside Gambol’s mouth] Wanna know how I got these scars? My father was….a drinker. And a fiend. And one night he goes off crazier than usual. Mommy gets the kitchen knife to defend herself. He doesn’t like that. Not. One. Bit. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her, laughing while he does it. Turns to me and he says “Why so serious?” Comes at me with the knife,”Why so serious?” He sticks the blade in my mouth. “Let’s put a smile on that face!” And….. Why so serious? 

The Joker: You’ll see, I’ll show you, that when the chips are down, these uh… civilized people, they’ll eat each other. 

The Joker: I want…I want my phone call. I want my phone call. 
Detective Stephens: That’s nice. 
The Joker: How many of your friends have I killed? 
Detective Stephens: I’m a twenty year man. I can tell the difference between punks who need a little lesson in manners… and the freaks like you who would just enjoy it. 
[pause
Detective Stephens: And you’ve killed six of my friends. 
The Joker: [faking interest, mouths “six”

The Joker: People will die. Starting tonight. I’m a man of my word. 

The Joker: Harvey, Harvey, Harvey Dent. Ohh, excuse me, I want to drive! 
[gets behind the wheel of a semi truck

The Chechen: What do you propose? 
The Joker: It’s simple, we, uh, kill the Batman. 
[Mobsters laugh
Salvatore Maroni: If you’re so smart, why didn’t you kill him already? 
The Joker: If you’re good at something, never do it for free. 

The Joker: [over the PA] Tonight you are all going to be part of a *social experiment*. 

[the Batpod charges
The Joker: Ooohhh. You want to play. Come on! 

The Joker: You just couldn’t let me go, could you? 

The Joker: You have nothing, nothing to threaten me with. Nothing to do with all your strength. 

The Joker: [to Batman] You didn’t think I’d risk the battle for Gotham’s soul in a fistfight with you? 

The Joker: [to the mob] I know what you’re afraid of. I know why you choose to have your little “group therapy sessions” in broad daylight. 
[pause
The Joker: The Batman. 

Gambol: [to The Joker] Give me one reason why I shouldn’t have my boy here rip your head off. 
The Joker: How about a magic trick? 
[pulls out a pencil and sticks it upright into the table
The Joker: I’m gonna make this pencil… disappear. 
[Gambol’s thug walks over to kill The Joker, who pushes his face into the pencil and kills him
The Joker: Ta-daa! It’s… gone! 

Gambol: You’re crazy. 
The Joker: No, I’m not. No…I’m *not.* 

Batman: Why do you want to kill me? 
The Joker: [laughs] Kill you? I don’t want to kill you! What would I do without you? Go back to ripping off mob dealers? No, no, you… you complete me. 

[Gambol makes a threat; Joker opens his coat to reveal setup of grenades on a string, which he starts to tug.
The Joker: Now, let’s not *blow* things out of proportion here…You know what? You let me know when you start taking things a bit more seriously. 
[takes out Joker card and sets it on the table
The Joker: Here’s my *card*. 

Gambol: You think you can just come in here and take our money? 
The Joker: Yeah. 

The Joker: Let’s turn the clocks back. A year ago, these cops and lawyers wouldn’t dare cross any of you. I mean, what happened? Did your – did your balls drop off? Hmm? 

The Joker: [to Gambol’s thugs] Now, our operation is small but there is a lot of potential for ‘aggressive’ expansion. So which one of you fine gentlemen would like to join our team? Oh, there’s only one spot open right now so we’re gonna have… 
[breaks pool cue over knee
The Joker: tryouts. 
[throws broken pool cue at the thugs
The Joker: Make it fast. 

The Joker: [Batman slams The Joker’s head on a table] Never start with the head, the victim gets all fuzzy. 

The Joker: Those mob fools want you gone so they can get back to the way things were. But I know the truth: there’s no going back. You’ve changed things … forever. 

Batman: Where is Dent? 
The Joker: You have all these rules and you think they’ll save you. 
Lt. James Gordon: [Batman slams the Joker against a wall] He’s in control. 
Batman: I have one rule. 
The Joker: Then that’s the rule you’ll have to break to know the truth. 
Batman: Which is? 
The Joker: The only sensible way to live in this world is without rules. And tonight you’re gonna break your one rule. 
Batman: I’m considering it. 
The Joker: No, there’s only minutes left, so you’re gonna have to play my little game if you want to save one of them. 

The Joker: I had a vision, of a world without Batman. The mob ground out a little profit and the police tried to shut them down, one block at a time. And it was so… boring. I’ve had a change of heart. I don’t want Mr.Reese spoiling everything, but why should I have all the fun? Let’s give someone else a chance. If Coleman Reese isn’t dead in sixty minutes then I blow up a hospital. 

The Joker: Are you the real Batman? 
Brian: No. 
The Joker: No? Then why do you dress like him? 
Brian: He’s a symbol… that we don’t have to be afraid of scum like you. 
The Joker: Yeah, you do, Brian. You *really* do! 

The Joker: We made it! 

The Joker: This town deserves a better class of criminal… and I’m gonna give it to them. Tell your men they work for me now. This is *my* city. 
The Chechen: They won’t work for a freak… 
The Joker: [mocking his accent] A freak… 
[pulls out his switchblade and tosses it to some goons who grabs the Chechen
The Joker: Why don’t we cut you up into little pieces and feed you to your pooches? Hmm? And then we’ll see how loyal a hungry dog really is. It’s not about money… it’s about… sending a message. Everything burns. 

Lt. James Gordon: Harvey Dent never made it home. 
The Joker: Of course not. 
Lt. James Gordon: What have you done with him? 
The Joker: Me? I was right here. 
[holds up his arms in handcuffs
The Joker: Who did you leave him with? Your people? That’s assuming of course that they are still your people, and not Maroni’s. Does it depress you, commissioner? To know just how alone you really are? Does it make you feel responsible for Harvey Dent’s current predicament? 
Lt. James Gordon: Where is he? 
The Joker: What’s the time? 
Lt. James Gordon: What difference does that make? 
The Joker: Well, depending on the time, he may in one spot or several. 
Lt. James Gordon: If we’re gonna play games… 
[takes off Joker’s handcuffs
Lt. James Gordon: I’m gonna need a cup of coffee. 
The Joker: Ah, the good cop, bad cop routine? 
Lt. James Gordon: Not exactly. 

Grumpy: I’m bettin’ The Joker told you to kill me soon as we loaded the cash. 
The Joker: No, no. I kill the bus driver. 
Grumpy: Bus driver? What bus driver? 
[a school bus drives through the wall and kills Grumpy

The Joker: [to the mob] Oh, and by the way, the suit, it wasn’t cheap. You oughta know, you bought it. 

The Joker: It’s simple. Kill the Batman! 

The Joker: [speaking to Two-Face] Do I really look like a guy with a plan? You know what I am? I’m a dog chasing cars. I wouldn’t know what to do with one if I caught it! You know, I just, do things. The mob has plans, the cops have plans, Gordon’s got plans. You know, they’re schemers. Schemers trying to control their worlds. I’m not a schemer. I try to show the schemers how, pathetic, their attempts to control things really are. So, when I say, ah, come here, when I say that you and your girlfriend was nothing personal, you know that I’m telling the truth. 
The Joker: It’s the schemers that put you where you are. You were a schemer, you had plans, and uh, look where that got you. I just did what I do best. I took your plan and I turned it on itself. Look what I did, to this city with a few drums of gas and a couple of bullets. Hm? You know what, you know what I noticed? Nobody panics when things go according to plan. Even if the plan is horrifying. If tomorrow I tell the press that like a gang banger, will get shot, or a truckload of soldiers will be blown up, nobody panics, because it’s all, part of the plan. But when I say that one, little old mayor will die, well then everyone loses their minds! 
The Joker: [Joker hands Two-Face a gun and points it at himself] Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I’m an agent of chaos. Oh and you know the thing about chaos, it’s fair. 
[with the gun in Two-Face’s hand, Two-Face pauses and takes out his coin
Two-Face: [showing the unscarred side] You live. 
The Joker: Mm-hm. 
Two-Face: [flipping, showing the scarred side] You die. 
The Joker: Mmm, Now we’re talking. 
[with the gun in Two-Face’s hand, the joker has the gun to his own forehead; Two-Face pauses and takes out his coin
Two-Face: [showing the unscarred side] You live. 
The Joker: Mm-hm. 
Two-Face: [showing the scarred side] You die. 
The Joker: Hm… Now we’re talkin!

 

 

58 Responses to “The Dark Knight – Joker quotes”


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  3. adam Says:

    thanks. the joker is the best character ever.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    man, YOU ROCK! RHANK YOU!
    M.C.

  5. the JokER Says:

    (I am the Very definition of twisted).Wanna know how I got these scars? My father was….a drinker. And a fiend. And one night he goes off crazier than usual. Mommy gets the kitchen knife to defend herself. He doesn’t like that. Not. One. Bit. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her, laughing while he does it. Turns to me and he says “Why so serious?” Comes at me with the knife,”Why so serious?” He sticks the blade in my mouth. “Let’s put a smile on that face!” And….. Why so serious?

    • Anonymous Says:

      Its funny because that wasnt the real story the one with his wife is its himted throughout the story with madness is like gravity all it takes is a little push that references his wife when he pushed her out the window and why when he was about to attack the guy who reminded him of his father the beautiful girl was made a priority because it reminded him of his wife the deepest source of his trauma

      • Anonymous Says:

        Also to add onto my previous comment the first one is true but the scares he got from his father are emotional in turn and one and most likely the most predomimant cause of his weak state of mind that was later pushed over the edge (literally) after he killed his wife

      • Anonymous Says:

        One more add on to my comment the father with the knife could have caused the joker to use knives and thats why when he describes that emotion comes from killing with a knife that could be because of the emotional trauma hes suffered from the his father with the knive

  6. No Name Says:

    Thanks. These are awsum :)

  7. Heath Says:

    Thanks for the quotes ; but they seem to be in disorder even some belong to one same dialogue ;; ; ; ; still find some dialogues missing , like what follows after the social experiment phrase

  8. lola willams Says:

    the joker!!! the joker!!! the koker!!!! i love the joker!!!

  9. Amit Meshram Says:

    The Joker rulz in the whole side of criminal world of hollywood movies.. The whole movie we are thinkin…. what next the jokers gonna do now….
    The best is when he burns the money ……. Everything burns … its was about rite sense criminalism if i got the word right ……

    Cheers
    Amit

  10. blahh Says:

    hehe i love the joker. whats the line where he says something bout harvey being his ace in the hole? …

    • Justin Says:

      He’s talking about the safety of Gotham. “Do you really think I would risk losing the battle for Gotham’s soul in a fistfight with you? No, you’ve got to have an ace in the hole and Harvey Dent’s mine.” Something along those lines. You can Youtube for a video with all of Joker scenes in HD it’s at least 40 minutes long.

    • Anonymous Says:

      U think i would risk the losing the battle for gothams soul in a fist fight with u no no u need an ace in the hole mines harvey… I took gothams white knight and brought him down to our level it wasnt hard…madness as u know is like gravity all it takes…is a little….puuuushhhhhh

  11. amrit Says:

    the way joker speaks……..the voice and the style are bloody brilliant

  12. poppylindon Says:

    I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE HIM!!!!

  13. ashish Says:

    thank u 4 d dialogues .joker really is an interesting character

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  15. Nate Says:

    Ah Batman….wonderful if joker returns in dark Knight rises wouldn’t hurt to throw some new meat like deadshot or the riddler maybe some arkham city concept not the plot but ideas.

  16. Ravi h vasani Says:

    Joker is my favourite.

  17. Anonymous Says:

    my life is same with the joker..life is just a burden

  18. rajesh Says:

    i wud love this more if we have the part of Mr. Reese threatening Mr. lucius

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  21. Anonymous Says:

    Joker practiced 1 month in close room with out any intervention for his character in dark night….He was greatest of all time….
    my favorite dialog from dark night by joker
    “madness, as you know, is like gravity. All it takes is a little…push. “….. and other one is “Why so serious”

  22. bharat Says:

    i like this movie.

  23. Anonymous Says:

    The Joker: See, I’m a man of simple tastes. I like dynamite…and gunpowder…and gasoline! Do you know what all of these things have in common? They’re cheap!

    And this is how you know the Joker’s crazy – he thinks gasoline is cheap.

  24. Anonymous Says:

    In his next to last film performance, Ledger played the Joker in The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan, first released, in Australia, on 16 July 2008, nearly six months after his death. While working on the film in London, Ledger told Sarah Lyall, in their New York Times interview, that he viewed The Dark Knight’s Joker as a “psychopathic, mass murdering, schizophrenic clown with zero empathy.”[31]
    To prepare for the role, Ledger told Empire,
    “I sat around in a hotel room in London for about a month, locked myself away, formed a little diary and experimented with voices – it was important to try to find a somewhat iconic voice and laugh. I ended up landing more in the realm of a psychopath – someone with very little to no conscience towards his acts”; after reiterating his view of the character as “just an absolute sociopath, a cold-blooded, mass-murdering clown”, he added that Nolan had given him “free rein” to create the role, which he found “fun, because there are no real boundaries to what the Joker would say or do. Nothing intimidates him, and everything is a big joke.”[32]
    For his work in The Dark Knight, Ledger won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, his family accepting it on his behalf, as well as numerous other posthumous awards including the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor, which Christopher Nolan accepted for him.[33][34]
    At the time of his death, on 22 January 2008, Ledger had completed about half of the work for his final film performance as Tony in Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.[35][36] Gilliam chose to adapt the film after his death by having fellow actors Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell play “fantasy transformations” of his character, so that Ledger’s final performance could be seen in theatres.

  25. Anonymous Says:

    intoxicated, sublime..

  26. WHY SO SERIOUS Says:

    The Joker: [to Batman] We really should stop fighting, we’ll miss the fireworks!=Best quote EVER

  27. Zaina Says:

    Joker you’re awsome….Love you ♥
    And……Why so seious ? xD

  28. happiness Says:

    Very energetic blog, I enjoyed that bit. Will there be
    a part 2?


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  31. Anonymous Says:

    ~The Joker~
    ” I believe whatever doesn’t kill you simply makes you… stranger.”

  32. SRS Says:

    If u r gud at somthing, never do it 4 free.

    and

    why so serious ?

    my fevr8 dialog. :) (y)

  33. luke lebron Says:

    Joker is the best he is the best villian

  34. luke lebron Says:

    Joker is the best villian ever.this face is too serious let’s press smile on that facer hahahahahahaha.its all part ao the plan

  35. Anonymous Says:

    I love the joker


  36. Is it weird that I agree with all of the stuff he says?

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  38. Anonymous Says:

    Some of these quotes are so cute. Like when he tells batman he couldn’t kill him because he’s too much fun, and believes they are destined to do this forever..i was like awww


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  40. awesomemmanuel Says:

    combine joker and deadpool and wat do ya get

  41. chandraprakash Says:

    THE JOKER entry well amazing and incredible. Without joker this movie failed. reason the JOKER act roll no realy villain just JOKER act very crezy and which is so good thinks with JOKER quets. And the JOKER entry with the Music tunes very well. THE DARK KNIGHT MOVIE IS AMAZING WITH THE JOKER AND MUSIC. But i am very said why the final movie the dark knight rises i no like reason without the JOKER.


  42. One nerd’s guide to better understanding Batman and Joker:

    No two characters in comic books complement one another quite like the Batman and Joker. At first, you assume they’re on separate ends of the morality spectrum. Then you realize these two dudes are two very dependent versions of the same person. Sounds counter-intuitive, but hear me out.

    Batman has one core tenet: Do not kill. Under no circumstance will he ever justify killing another being, even if his decision is irrational as fuck. Imagine how hard this is. The most logical man on the face of the planet, the greatest single detective, has to fight the reasoning and critical thinking he relies on. He knows killing a major villain would prevent a shitload of deaths. He knows it would bring a greater peace to Gotham for the time being. He knows the good it would do. He struggles with it. But he never acts on it. He brings every villain back to Arkham and goes back to his Bat-cave to plan for their possible escape. That’s what he does. He plans.

    This is a man surrounded by beings that can fly, run faster than light, use magical rings, and do other crazy shit. All he has is his brain. His powers are strategy, foresight, unshakable will, and a disturbing level of obsession. He has a contingency plan for diffusing almost any possible scenario. He has to. He’s so good at it that even Superman wouldn’t fuck with him. And that guy can sit inside the fuckin’ Sun. (And consider this… Who is Supe’s arch nemesis? Lex fucking Luthor. A man who only has brains, money, technology and no superpowers).

    Now The Joker. This guy is evil incarnate. Not just any evil. The kind of evil that has no purpose or goal. He wants to cause as much chaos as possible with as little remorse as possible. Sociopath doesn’t even scratch the surface. Why does he call himself The Joker? Jokes imply lighthearted comedy and humor. You think of smiles and laughter. You think of joy. This shit is the exact opposite of what he does to people. He’s basically a walking, “Ha-ha fuck you.” The comedy and humor is still there. The smiles and laughs too. Even joy. But they are there for him and only him.

    Then one day, The Joker meets The Batman, and his life suddenly has purpose. For the first time, his actions become planned and orchestrated. His chaos becomes more ordered and methodical. Why? Because he knows Batman is smart. But he also knows Batman is fighting some heavy demons. He understands Batman better than anyone. Why? Because behind that black mask and armor, he sees a sleeping Joker fighting to wake up. And he’ll go to any length to unleash him. How? By getting Batman to kill. But just any random murder isn’t enough. He wants to be the victim. He wants to be the first person Batman kills.

    But why is it so bad if Batman kills Joker? Wouldn’t it save countless lives in the long run? Isn’t Joker just gonna eventually escape Arkham and kill again? He’s done it more than a few times. Why doesn’t Batman just bend the rules this one time and rid the world of this evil fuck? People ask these questions, acting like Batman hasn’t asked himself the same shit hundreds, maybe thousands, of times. And guess what? Batman is smarter than you.

    After his parents’ murders, Bruce Wayne dove headfirst into a dark, dark place in his mind. His entire reality pulled a 180 in the time it took two bullets to travel 10 feet. Over time, he willed himself out of this mental void by dedicating his existence to stopping the evil that stole the life he was supposed to have. And to stay on track, he set some ground rules. The most important? THOU SHALT NOT KILL.
    Under that calm and cool demeanor, Bruce Wayne is teetering on the edge of sanity. He spends endless night obsessing over his duties, using The Batman to cling to the last shred of the real him. This is why he can never kill. He can’t allow himself that privilege and that power. He knows that after that first kill, the second will be that much easier to justify. Then a third. Then inevitably a fourth. And suddenly he becomes judge, jury and executioner. No man should have that power… especially no Batman. Bruce knows that this shit would inevitably push his psyche past the brink and back into the darkness. And the last thing anyone wants is an unrestrained, mentally unstable Batman. Good fucking luck trying to stop that guy.

    Joker knows all of this. He knew it the first time he looked past Batman’s mask, and into Bruce Wayne’s eyes. He recognized the anger and frustration fighting to explode. And another thing, who the fuck does this bat guy think he is? He thinks he’s better than me? Mr. High and Mighty thinks he’s better than the silly impulsive Joker? WHO THE FUCK DOES THAT BAT GUY THINK HE IS?

    I guess I’ll have to show him. And that’s the beginning of the most beautifully complicated relationship in comic book history. A chess game where both players know that inevitably only one will walk away. Batman will do everything in his power to prolong their match, while Joker obsessively commits his existence to ending it. Joker wants to die. He wants to push Batman far enough to break that mental dam holding back all the rage. He wants to show Batman that Bruce Wayne is no different than the scarred up maniac he fights against. He wants to win and he knows he can’t be alive to do that. His death will unleash a force more chaotic than he can ever hope to be. This will be Joker’s last gift to the world, and he’ll be laughing his ass off every second along the way.

    Also, Robin sucks balls.

  43. rahul c Says:

    the best, nothing more ,nothing less


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