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27th Mar '15 3:49:10 PM LentilSandEater
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Does not apply. "The Killing Joke" was published with the "suggested for mature readers" label DC applied to all of their aimed-at-adults prestige work at the time. The censors were well aware of the violence and nudity and required said label in the first place. As TKJ was originally available only in the Direct Market Shops mostly frequented by older customers, this was considered all that was necessary to shield younger/more sensitive audiences at the time.
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27th Feb '15 8:10:57 PM Rubber_Lotus
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17th Feb '15 7:32:44 PM wittylibrarian
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2nd Feb '15 12:00:44 PM Rubber_Lotus
There is no reason to think that Batman killed the Joker at all. He was taking him back to Arkham. Offer of redemption refused or not, we have no reason to think he's going to break his no-kill code, especially since the whole point of the story was about Batman and Gordon refusing to snap (and as Barbara ends up becoming Oracle in the comics, we can assume it's at least loosely canonical with them). In addition, Alas Poor Villain is a death trope, and Joker did not die.
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