That quote is awesome and perfectly summed up the Joker, which of course as all Batman and Joker fans know comes from "the Killing Joke". He is my favorite monster, because simply put he snapped. He saw how awful the world was and couldnt take it. Before he became the Joker, his previous self was the everyman, down on his luck and depressed. That novel put Joker in perceptive of the man he was and how Batman could have easy fall deeper into the darkness like the Joker. Being the monster, makes the Joker unpredictable and sometimes unstoppable, on some adventures Batman has to go down to his thinking to defeat the Clown Prince of Crime. I think Paul Dini and the other writers of Batman Animated made Joker's previous self "Jack Napier", which was interesting, a criminal, because in my opinion it shows that Joker was still the same man he was as Jack but more twisted.
Originally Posted by Blue Wolf
The other choices other members chosen such as Freeze, Harley Quinn, and Two-Face are very interesting characters with the monster/human side. Each one of them teaches Batman lifes lessions or should I say on psyological levels, which makes the Dark Knight a much wiser person, when dealing with people.
Last edited by David the Joker; 01-06-2004 at 12:04 PM.
Dr. Destiny: You don't have any special powers.
Batman: I have one, Johnny – I never give up.