What's up with Joker lately?

#1 Posted by Grubich (369 posts) - - Show Bio

Just wondering what's going on with the character lately. Anything remotely/importantly interesting or whatever?

#2 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29501 posts) - - Show Bio

He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 

#3 Posted by Mercy_ (92760 posts) - - Show Bio

LMFAO

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#4 Posted by Avenging-X-Bolt (13268 posts) - - Show Bio
@InnerVenom123 said:
He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 

lmao.
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#5 Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir (19714 posts) - - Show Bio
@InnerVenom123 said:
He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 
He's also hanging around a lot of trained dwarves .
#6 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29501 posts) - - Show Bio
@Emperor Gonzo Noir said:
@InnerVenom123 said:
He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 
He's also hanging around a lot of trained dwarves .
The Joker has become Prince.  
 
Nice. 
#7 Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir (19714 posts) - - Show Bio
@InnerVenom123 said:
@Emperor Gonzo Noir said:
@InnerVenom123 said:
He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 
He's also hanging around a lot of trained dwarves .
The Joker has become Prince.   Nice. 
Or is Prince really just been the Joker? 
   
#8 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29501 posts) - - Show Bio
@Emperor Gonzo Noir: You put up a good video of current Joker. Nice. 
#9 Posted by Grubich (369 posts) - - Show Bio

so not much then.

#10 Posted by The Poet (8337 posts) - - Show Bio

I love this forum...

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#11 Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir (19714 posts) - - Show Bio
@Grubich said:
so not much then.
No, not really.  
In a few months he'll be making an appearance in Detective Comics.
#12 Posted by 9th Wonder (217 posts) - - Show Bio

He's a terrible, one dimensional character..the same thing that's always up with him.

#13 Posted by FadeToBlackBolt (23334 posts) - - Show Bio
@9th Wonder said:
He's a terrible, one dimensional character..the same thing that's always up with him.
(facepalm)
#14 Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k (3762 posts) - - Show Bio
@9th Wonder said:
He's a terrible, one dimensional character..the same thing that's always up with him.
You take that back or I`ll get really upset! 
 
But aside from that, I don`t know. Why are you asking me. @Emperor Gonzo Noir said:
@InnerVenom123 said:
He's now calling himself "The artist formerly known as The Joker" but aside from that? Not much. 
He's also hanging around a lot of trained dwarves .
Or wait, hes doing that. 
  
And occasionally giggling.
#15 Posted by johnny_spam (2035 posts) - - Show Bio

The next writer who will do something big with him is Scott Snyder in Detective Comics. Other than his plot line in Batman and Robin must die he has had some appearances in non important stories.

#16 Posted by Edamame (28194 posts) - - Show Bio

I saw the Joker mowing my lawn this morning. I was petrified. 

#17 Posted by Grubich (369 posts) - - Show Bio
@Edamame said:
I saw the Joker mowing my lawn this morning. I was petrified. 
i want whatever ur smokin'
#18 Posted by Grubich (369 posts) - - Show Bio

what abt in B&R #22? i can see he had an appearance during dark knight white knight

#19 Posted by Cervantes (634 posts) - - Show Bio

I know what I'd like to see happen, is a team-up across universe lines with Norman Osborn, see who came out as the Clown King of Crime... JOKER, INC.
#20 Posted by Duo_forbidden (1161 posts) - - Show Bio

He hooked up with Harley Quinn again. He also got a good joke. 
Why is a raven like a deck of cards?

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