@dondave: That's not from Batman #17. It's from Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?
What's on the Joker's serving tray?
@InnerVenom123: If Alfred is the Joker my head will explode. Alfred became the Joker to make Bruce a better hero. lol
It seems ridiculous Alfred and the Joker could be the same person after all these years, but I wouldn't put it past DC at this point.
Alfred/Joker just had a double in Arkham all those times......
IT CAN'T BE!!!!!!! NOOOOO
I hope it's Titus Wayne's head. Hopefully it's just enough to get Damian to kill again.
Its Damian's dog's head - Batdog
What do you guys have against Great Danes?
Anyways, that wouldn't make any sense. If the head of a dog was under the tray, the other villains wouldn't have been so shocked when it was revealed to them. Same thing goes for Alfred's head. Not to mention Scott himself said that he thought it was funny that everybody thought he was killing Alfred off because he loves the character.
I was talking about it with my best friend and my girlfriend, and...I think it's Alfred's head. Due to the fact that the other principle family members were all shown on live video feed, apparently in another location, just before it was delivered and the fact that having Alfred's head served on a silver platter would be the kind of extra dig that the Joker could never resist. It would also prove, without question, that Joker knows who Batman is.
But would be the joke in that?
What's the punchline?
Does the Joker even know who Bruce is?
There are two great theories I've heard.
Here they are:
Someone on /co/ suggested that there's a mind-swap machine underneath the lid. Joker switches brains with Bruce and becomes the Better Batman.
Have you been reading THE SUPERIOR SPIDERMAN?
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