If you are super saner you wont feel guilt and will laugh at death. We also do not take too kindly to reposts or stolen content either, if you have copied and pasted a theory or article from elsewhere, you must make it abundantly clear that the idea belongs to someone else and give full credit. We need only take a look at the movies to see how he manages to bring Gotham City to its knees and even break the spirit of the Caped Crusader. There have been many different versions of Batman over the years, but none have been quite as scary as The Batman Who Laughs. How does this poor pathetic specimen survive in today's harsh and irrational environment? He is aware that he is a Comic Book villain and thus, if he kills the hero, the comic stops and he stops existing. Given enough time to formulate a plan of attack, and the right gadgets to use, there is virtually no being in existence he can't defeat. Yeah, that would go over well.
Your wife's dead and the baby's a spastic!! Problem is, he also wants to do the exact same thing to himself! Actually, he does have delusions. The villain, not wanting to be a paraplegic, finishes the job. That's the in-continuity reason for his several origin stories and personalities. That's about the extent of his lighthearted side. One could also say that the very act of choosing to act that way makes a better case for him being insane than almost any other argument could. He can use his toxins on other people, but they won't affect him in any way. Joker's Last Laugh Main article: In an attempt to get him to come to terms with his mortality and have some sort of moral realization, a prison doctor informed the Joker he was going to die of a malignant tumor.
The Return of Bruce Wayne reveals that the skeleton was a cloned fake. Unless he intends to surprise us…. Unlike many of the other villains, such as , the Joker actually wanted to be a member of the Society, but the higher level members wouldn't let him join, which enraged him. Meanwhile, The Joker is working with a behind-the-scenes benefactor to steal an atomic bomb, but is shocked when he learns it's The Red Skull! The Joker is so much more than a pure Patrick Bateman. Now witness, before your very eyes, that most rare and tragic of nature's mistakes! Introduce honesty to the White House! Then again that is who the Joker is not letting anyone know how many cards he is holding or what they are but is willing to slowly revile them we he sees fit to get the upper hand.
Eventually, both criminals double-crossed each other and were stopped by Batman and Superman. I think he's a sociopath more than a psychopath. What made you what you are? The Joker is clearly non-religious in the traditional sense of the word. Super sanity is worse than been insane because you can do anything you want and you wouldn't feel guilt. Joker began a shooting spree with a high powered sniper rifle murdering Mayor Dickerson and the Superintendent in order to force the inhabitants of Gotham City to stay inside during the Christmas holiday. The entire United States declares war on the Joker under the orders of President Lex Luthor; in response, Joker sends his minions to kill the President. I guess it's supposed to be like this: Insane broken clock - unaware or unable to control one's actions hence why people can plead insanity to murder and receive treatment instead of getting the chair ; unable to comprehend or conform to social norms Sane ticking clock - aware of one's actions everyone on this board hopefully ; able to comprhend and conform to social norms we know why it's wrong to murder Super sane man who looks at the clock - aware of society beyond a comprehensible scale.
As time runs out, Superman realizes that the Joker still cannot erase Batman from existence, as the Joker totally defines himself by his opposition to the Dark Knight; by this logic, the Joker would be incapable of destroying the entire universe, since he incapable of doing so to Batman. Feigning injuries from Robin's assault, he scratched Robin with a paralyzing toxin painted onto his fingernails, and revealed that he had once again manipulated events toward his own ends, mocking Robin for going so far as to provide his own crowbar. That was a bad move, since the drugs have the odd effect of making The Joker completely sane. I find the idea of a perfectly sane guy who chooses to act like that for unfathomable reasons to be cooler, scarier and more interesting than a guy who just acts like that because he's crackers. He simply likes hurting people and is just very good at doing it. A single tiny candle, shining in the ugly dark. With Wayne dead, Grayson resumed his identity as the second Batman long enough to convince the Joker that Wayne was still alive and that the battle could resume at a later time.
He's just cruel and sadistic. The Joker reportedly used his deadly smile gas on the crowd. So now evil can break the rules. The murderous clown, however, did not stay in prison long, and returned time and time again to battle the Dynamic Duo. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her, laughing while he does it. After the Society had been defeated, while Alex Luthor was planning what to do next, he was ambushed by the real and the Joker. So Batman, impressed that The Joker is sincerely grieving for The Penguin, warily teams up with him to find the real killer.
Angry at Batman for failing to avenge his death, he takes over his killer's old Red Hood identity, abducts the Joker and attempts to force Batman to shoot him. The fellow is a lunatic after all, and there must be concrete ways he could have come across the information in question, villainous networks and suchlike. The Joker even managed to give the Justice League of America trouble on more than one occasion. That's because the Joker's body allows him to withstand legions of pain. Joker was eventually stopped by Batman and his plan to drive Gordon insane had failed, but Barbara was left wheelchair-bound, but revived her vigilante career as Oracle. As the years went on, the Joker experienced many changes in his modus operandi; his crimes, which used to almost always involve cold-blooded murder, gradually became less violent and more colorful. You had a bad day and everything changed.
Something like that, I bet. It's always that evil, maniacal laugh and the scary grimace that lies up on his snow-white mug. In his initial dozen or so appearances, starting with Batman 1 1940 , the Joker was a straightforward homicidal maniac, with a bizarre appearance modeled after the symbol of the Joker known from playing cards. For any Batman villain, killing a Robin is almost the peak of villainy. No one can beat the Joker! As unbelievable as it might seem to think it is true that joker is not insane. Still, you can't say we didn't show you a good time. The Red Hood origin was revisited for the Modern era Joker in Alan Moore's 1989 one-shot special.