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Okay in fairness to him you really have to be some kind of dumb motherfucking asshole to actually believe that Joker was about freedom.
As one comment so eloquently stated, that's like saying Hitler was all about building roads.
These bunch of idiots also throwed bottles at Superman in hopes to do, i don't know what they wanted to achieve, i don't know what they expected to happen.
Edited by VeryVileVillian on Oct 27th 2021 at 9:47:19 PM
Of course, he could have just taken bricks to the face and hold conversation for like a seconds longer. I would love to see their counterargument to "he nuked a city".
"It's fake news from the Jewish controlled media! They were paid actors!!!! J-Anon said so!!!"
Edited by NoName999 on Oct 27th 2021 at 1:40:56 AM
The sad thing is there would be people in real life who absolutely worship the Joker and his crimes.
I mean, there's people IRL who already do go 'Joker was right!!!'
Letís be real, Metropolis was a city built up by a corrupt cooperative executive that treats it people like shit and have superpowered cop that is looked upon as a savior to the citizens despite him deprieving them of their right. The Joker was clearly a hero for blowing up that false utopia killing all the sheeps that live there, and he manage to show the world the evil that is Superman.
That's twisted and would be great for their dumb reasoning. Now if Clark were to hust scare them a bit..... What would have been a good way to defeat the Joker's foul plan?
Huh I found the infamous panel where Harley victim blames Superman
Man what a dumbass. Nuke an entire city and your only excuse is "It wasn't supposed to happen."
Edited by slimcoder on Oct 29th 2021 at 1:04:55 AM
Man what gross Victim Blaming.
They wouldn't have died if you had saved them....
That sounds like a dark humor parody. Imagine a villain calling himself Doctor Silver or something who puts the mayor in a death trap and completely freezes in shock when the hero fails to stop him in time. "That...that wasn't supposed to happen. You! Why didn't you save him? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?!"
Eventually, he would snap and make crazy comic book excuses why every person he killed is Not Quite Dead. "Of course I didn't kill Crimson Eagle. He clearly put himself in trance, using techniques learned from Tibetian monks, to make me drop my guard so he can foil my plan. He's really clever."
I wish I could like Injustice Harley but damn her writing is the absolute worst characterization in the game, and considering the likes of Generic Evil Temptress Wonder Woman and Jesus Batman, thatís saying a lot.
That sounds like a dark humor parody. Imagine a villain calling himself Doctor Silver or something
"Now the real pain begins, Danny boy!"
Comic-wise Tom Taylor loves his Harley, what can you do.
For reference during his Suicide Squad run he basically launched a mass exodus and got rid of every cast member leaving just Deadshot and Harley as the book's sole long-term members. And he proceeded to kill off Deadshot around the halfway point of the book, leaving Harley as the sole Suicide Squad member surrounded by a large of group of his OC characters......... and Zebra Man.
Edited by slimcoder on Oct 29th 2021 at 2:08:00 AM
Huh this is a pretty good review of the Injustice movie.
Really showcases the various issues with the film.
Oh my God the H's on Harley's chest stand for "Hero Harley"....... Wow that is awful, that is just awful wow that sucks.
Also dang Superman is voiced by the guy who played Green Arrow in Smallville, did not know that.
Yeah. I remember finding that out.
Kinda hilarious when you think about it. And then, Green Arrow goes on to kill Green Arrow.
Why didn't Supes take the Joker on a flight to the death zone? Less messy.
I'd write it off as the pure rage of you know, tricking him into murdering his wife (and unborn child) and causing the destruction of his entire city.
I imagine the Phantom Zone was the last thing on his mind at that point.
That would have been a good punishment for Harley though, instead of letting her run around.
Hero Harley my ass.
You know what? That's what should have happened: let her have her child, then toss her into the Phantom Zone.
The weird thing is the changes the movies have made means Harley has no reason to actually be here.
They completely cut out Black Canary who in the comics connected to Harley because they are both mothers and then vouched for her. In the film Green Arrow captures her and she just sticks around despite her previously trying to kill him.
The film changes her into this annoying idiot that everyone puts up with for no reason. While Plastic Man outshines her by both being actually funny and genuinely useful to the events of the film.
Edited by slimcoder on Oct 31st 2021 at 6:08:13 AM
I wasn't referring to the phantom zone. I was referring to the altitude where humans will die from hypoxia in minutes. Do to the Joker what was done to Lois Lane.
....no. Just toss her in the Phantom Zone.
Unless a jury decides to execute her.
Also, I wanted to post this in some kind of general DC animation thread, or even the old Teen Titans thread, but damned if I can find anything even when using the search function on this site anymore:
Like, wow. That works perfectly.
Hmm...wonder if a jury could decide if an execution carried out by a Kryptonian could be humane enough to not be cruel?
A Kryptonian can prolly just slice your head off in one instant swoop really.
Could we stop talking about how much you guys want a fictional character to violently die? It's rather disturbing
I don't want her to die.
I want her to be sent to the Phantom Zone.
Cause....she helped nuke an entire city.
There has to be a damned reckoning for that.
It's far too late for apologies or guilt.
Millions died. You can't just let someone get away with that, no matter how bad they feel.
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