History ComicBook / TheKillingJoke

18th Jul '15 11:20:24 PM JulianLapostat
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11th Jul '15 11:21:15 PM ChaoticNovelist
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10th Jul '15 11:59:55 PM CCharmanderK
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10th Jul '15 2:38:31 PM Kilaknux
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1st Jul '15 3:02:40 AM JulianLapostat
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6th Jun '15 11:36:24 AM PuffyTreat
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The Joker was established as a murderer way back in the 1940s, then spent most of the 50s and 60s as a merry prankster. It was in the 1970s that he became an intensely insane killer again, with the caveat that he killed "When it was funny". What this story mainly changed was that motivation. He killed now because "Life is a meaningless joke"
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3rd Jun '15 8:55:01 PM JulianLapostat
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3rd Jun '15 8:53:42 PM JulianLapostat
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17th May '15 10:52:44 AM PuffyTreat
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"Pre-Crisis" doesn't really apply. DC never did make a final decision on whether or not Kathy Kane did or did not have a career as Batwoman after the events of Co IE. Even DC's Who's Who avoided a definitive answer. The closest we got was John Ostrander referring to her as an ally of Batman who'd been killed, no mention of whether or not she'd worn the costume.
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7th May '15 10:49:37 AM DoctorSleep
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