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6th Aug '17 1:25:08 PM StClair
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-->'''Scott Snyder''': People, I think, mistake it for a more literal kind of love. They'll ask me, like, "is Joker serious when he's like, 'we're married' and whatever?" But it's not really that. I think the Joker has a love for Batman and he perceives a love for Batman, whether or not it's true, that transcends the kind of definition of love that we have, but that you can begin to understand if you look into that kind of twisted mind and see him as somebody who believes that love is almost a religious and unequaled kind of devotion to someone else, where you'll do anything it takes to make them a better person and a better version of themselves. And Joker sees himself as doing that for Batman by bringing horrifying things to life for him that he's afraid of.

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-->'''Scott --->'''Scott Snyder''': People, I think, mistake it for a more literal kind of love. They'll ask me, like, "is Joker serious when he's like, 'we're married' and whatever?" But it's not really that. I think the Joker has a love for Batman and he perceives a love for Batman, whether or not it's true, that transcends the kind of definition of love that we have, but that you can begin to understand if you look into that kind of twisted mind and see him as somebody who believes that love is almost a religious and unequaled kind of devotion to someone else, where you'll do anything it takes to make them a better person and a better version of themselves. And Joker sees himself as doing that for Batman by bringing horrifying things to life for him that he's afraid of.of.
*** ComicBook/LexLuthor [[IShallTauntYou taunts the Joker]] about this, when the latter has captured and is torturing him:
----> "He'll never ''love'' you, sweetheart! You can keep ''screwing'' with his city, but he's ''never'' going to take you to the ''prom!''"
21st Jan '17 10:20:39 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** One of the worst involved with Spider-Man's life is possibly Miles Warren, the orchestrator of everything that went down in ''ComicBook/TheCloneSage''. He has always had ''one'' motivation for everything, and that is his unhealthy crush on Gwen Stacy. He seeks revenge on Peter not only for her death, but for having loved her when he couldn't. Ben seriously calls him out on this during the FinalBattle, telling him, "Get this through your sick head, ''the Green Goblin killed her'', Peter did ''not''!" and Peter himself, during the ''Dead Man's Hand'' one shot, tells him, "Still hung up on Gwen, huh? Some things never change." The biggest irony is, Gwen's clone eventually fell in love with and ''married'' a far-more lucid clone of Warren (which the real one had abandoned as a failed experiment) so it's possible if Warren had not been such a lustful madman, the real Gwen might have been more accepting. (Or maybe turned him down in a way he could have accepted.)

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** One of the worst involved with Spider-Man's life is possibly Miles Warren, the orchestrator of everything that went down in ''ComicBook/TheCloneSage''.''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga''. He has always had ''one'' motivation for everything, and that is his unhealthy crush on Gwen Stacy. He seeks revenge on Peter not only for her death, but for having loved her when he couldn't. Ben seriously calls him out on this during the FinalBattle, telling him, "Get this through your sick head, ''the Green Goblin killed her'', Peter did ''not''!" and Peter himself, during the ''Dead Man's Hand'' one shot, tells him, "Still hung up on Gwen, huh? Some things never change." The biggest irony is, Gwen's clone eventually fell in love with and ''married'' a far-more lucid clone of Warren (which the real one had abandoned as a failed experiment) so it's possible if Warren had not been such a lustful madman, the real Gwen might have been more accepting. (Or maybe turned him down in a way he could have accepted.)
21st Jan '17 10:17:09 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** One of the worst involved with Spider-Man's life is possibly Miles Warren, the orchestrator of everything that went down in ''ComicBook/TheCloneSage''. He has always had ''one'' motivation for everything, and that is his unhealthy crush on Gwen Stacy. He seeks revenge on Peter not only for her death, but for having loved her when he couldn't. Ben seriously calls him out on this during the FinalBattle, telling him, "Get this through your sick head, ''the Green Goblin killed her'', Peter did ''not''!" and Peter himself, during the ''Dead Man's Hand'' one shot, tells him, "Still hung up on Gwen, huh? Some things never change." The biggest irony is, Gwen's clone eventually fell in love with and ''married'' a far-more lucid clone of Warren (which the real one had abandoned as a failed experiment) so it's possible if Warren had not been such a lustful madman, the real Gwen might have been more accepting. (Or maybe turned him down in a way he could have accepted.)
14th Dec '16 5:28:51 AM PerkyIslander
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26th Jul '16 12:32:34 PM comicwriter
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** Probably one of the most shocking revelation in the ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' when the whole international comic book community finally learns that the reason why the crazy Joker never kills the Franchise/{{Batman}}, and the reason of the Joker's obsession of the Cape Crusader's attention (even going so far as being fanatically jealous and killing the Bat family for it) is that because he's... '''in love with him'''. Face it you just had a [[HeroicBSOD BSOD]] right there.

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** Probably one TheReveal of the most shocking revelation in the ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' when the whole international comic book community finally learns that the reason why the crazy Joker never kills the Franchise/{{Batman}}, and the reason of the Joker's obsession of the Cape Crusader's attention (even going so far as being fanatically jealous and killing the Bat family for it) ''Comicbook/DeathOfTheFamily'' is that because he's... '''in reason TheJoker constantly obsesses over Batman and constantly targets and torments him is that...he loves him, and believes Batman loves him too. Creator/ScottSnyder has said that it isn't necessarily "love" in a sexual or romantic sense, but it's still there.
-->'''Scott Snyder''': People, I think, mistake it for a more literal kind of love. They'll ask me, like, "is Joker serious when he's like, 'we're married' and whatever?" But it's not really that. I think the Joker has a
love with him'''. Face it for Batman and he perceives a love for Batman, whether or not it's true, that transcends the kind of definition of love that we have, but that you just had can begin to understand if you look into that kind of twisted mind and see him as somebody who believes that love is almost a [[HeroicBSOD BSOD]] right there.religious and unequaled kind of devotion to someone else, where you'll do anything it takes to make them a better person and a better version of themselves. And Joker sees himself as doing that for Batman by bringing horrifying things to life for him that he's afraid of.



** Bromantic example also involving the Joker in ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens''. Gaggy, Joker's pre-Harley sidekick and former best friend, is so damn jealous and resentful of Harley for supplanting him that he not only tries to murder Harley, but is also willing to take on Catwoman and Poison Ivy when they get involved.

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** Bromantic example also involving the Joker in ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens''. Gaggy, Joker's pre-Harley sidekick and former best friend, is so damn jealous and resentful of Harley for supplanting him that he not only tries to murder Harley, but is also willing to take on Catwoman Comicbook/{{Catwoman}} and Poison Ivy when they get involved.involved.
* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances. Note that T'Challa was entirely justified in this case, as Nakia was underage ''and'' had previously tried to kill his ex-girlfriend Monica.



* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances. Note that T'Challa was entirely justified in this case, as Nakia was underage ''and'' had previously tried to kill his ex-girlfriend Monica.
26th Jul '16 12:16:12 PM comicwriter
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* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances. Note that T'Challa was entirely justified in this case, as Nakia was underage ''and'' tried to kill his ex-girlfriend Monica.

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* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances. Note that T'Challa was entirely justified in this case, as Nakia was underage ''and'' had previously tried to kill his ex-girlfriend Monica.
26th Jul '16 12:15:55 PM comicwriter
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* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances.

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* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances. Note that T'Challa was entirely justified in this case, as Nakia was underage ''and'' tried to kill his ex-girlfriend Monica.
26th Jul '16 12:15:12 PM comicwriter
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* Malice from ''Comicbook/BlackPanther'' was a former member of the Dora Milaje named Nakia, who ended up going AxCrazy after T'Challa spurned her advances.
14th May '16 1:09:19 AM Doug86
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}''''Comicbook/XMen''
13th Mar '16 2:39:32 PM rafi
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* Amora the Enchantress from ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor''. She has the usual mountain-sized ego associated with gods, but even moreso in regards to her beauty, and her self-image as a irresistible seductress. Will often fall into a screaming tantrum if she is rejected by someone she wants, or a murderous, jealous rage if some other woman takes someone she considers her rightful property. This is often the motivation for her attacks on female superheroes, or the girlfriends of male ones.
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