Anybody know this?

#1 Posted by johnny_spam (2020 posts) - - Show Bio

I can tell it's from The Joker graphic novel but what was the context of this scene?

#2 Posted by Agent Buttons (12411 posts) - - Show Bio

no idea
#3 Edited by jloneblackheart (5487 posts) - - Show Bio

it's from Joker
 
  http://www.comicvine.com/joker-joker/37-141427/
 
Harley doesn't speak in the whole book but it is really good
 
EDIT: sorry, you already established this. Well, Joker just got released from Arkham and he is pretty much just all over the place with emotions, showing how crazy he is. it's been a while since I read it.

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#4 Edited by burr787 (2422 posts) - - Show Bio

It's a really good book and the Joker is shown as more human than in any other comic. Harley is also really cool in this, she doesn't say a word but she takes out dozens of people and is shown for what she really is, a henchmen/ creepy romantic interest. It's a great book even though Batman is hardly in it and I would get it if you are a Joker fan.
 
EDIT: sorry forgot about the question too. :P Anyway, the Joker just got stood up by Two-Face was angry and blew up a bar that he owns. He is then seen crying into Harley's stomach a couple of pages later. I think the reason for this was because he was sad that things were not going as planned and he didn't want anyone to destroy what he had, so he did it himself.

#5 Posted by UnsolvedParadox (261 posts) - - Show Bio

I've never seen Harley smoke before. The plot points mentioned above don't reconcile with what I remember reading, I'll have another go at the book later today.

#6 Posted by NagolNuff (2343 posts) - - Show Bio

o man i want this then

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