It's looking as if the Joker isn't as gangsta as we originally thought.
With the first season of Gotham unleashing a horde of villains upon the beleaguered city, plans are afoot for even more classic Batman rogues to show up in season two.
Hey, at least it's not "Let It Go" this time, right?
It turns out that school might not be the best place to cosplay.
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Why so serious? And sober?
Image of the Day: Joker-faced Yoda asks, 'Serious, why so?'
Some new background information on The Joker, courtesy of a recent Dark Knight Rises tie-in book, hints at a connection that could point to a potential appearance by Batman's protégé Robin in the final film of Christopher Nolan's trilogy.
It's one of comics' oldest and most popular rivalries—The Dark Knight versus The Clown Prince of Crime—and it's gone on so long, in part, because Batman has a strict no-kill rule even when it comes to the most dastardly members of his rogue's gallery. But is sparing The Joker's life the right thing to do?
While Bob Kane is justly celebrated as Batman's creator, his one-time inker and frequent collaborator Jerry Robinson was the man behind the Joker, comics' most enduring villain. He then went on to live a rich life, championing creators' rights and comics scholarship.