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Mutant X said:
Ok, so in The Killing Joke, I don't know if it's in the original or not, but I got the ... [more]

That  story was part of  Batman: Black and White a series where many popular writers and artists made short stories about Batman or the presence that he leaves on people. The story was probably included just because Brian Bolland did it, alot of these short stories had nothing to do with continunity so don't put to much thought in Batman getting shot at the end and there seemed to be no connection to the Killing Joke at all except that Brian Bolland did it.  The stories were collected in at least two volumes and are worth reading.

cover to volume 1 (out of print I think)


Cover of Black and White volume 2
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#2 Posted by johnny_spam (2032 posts) - - Show Bio

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

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I read in Starman when Jack Knight went into the future that her baby sister will be one of the more known heroes of her time and in a issue of JSA (i think it was #72) her grown baby sister is actually shown (Starwoman?)  traveling back in time and speaks to Stargirl . So has there been any other hints of her infant sister's future recently.

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#4 Posted by johnny_spam (2032 posts) - - Show Bio

It may be Jason Todd and the doll-girl may be the guy's daughter at the end of issue 1. There was a specefic line that the anti-christ Batman said in #666 ("We're both sons of the Batman in our way, let's face it.")  that makes me think it is Jason Todd and that he will become a major villian for Dick and Damian.

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technically her first comic appearance was in Batman: Thrillkiller, an elseworlds title

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inferiorego said:
johnny_spam said: very unfornute fad of turning villians into anti-heroes they are DC universe villians they should be sick and demented any ... [more]

I know he's smart and that's why I Liked him as a villian he was someone who could have Batman mentally and physically challenged but still at least there was Dr. Hurt in R.I.P.  and who knows maybe he'll sell out the Secret Six
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very unfornute fad of turning villians into anti-heroes they are DC universe villians they should be sick and demented any body who wants to cripple Batman is a bad guy and should be treated as such.

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#8 Posted by johnny_spam (2032 posts) - - Show Bio

I haven't read Secret Six yet but plan to but my only concern is the way I've heard Bane portaryed. He has a paternal love for Scandal Savage he has helped Gotham during Battle For The Cowl I read Knightfall and remember him as a brutal son of a bitch and now apparently he's gone soft and it seems wrong for a Batman villian.

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#9 Posted by johnny_spam (2032 posts) - - Show Bio

Undead!

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#10 Posted by johnny_spam (2032 posts) - - Show Bio

Remember just because they promise it doesn't mean it will come remember the Batman Beyond Movie or the nineties Superman movie

 

real Teaser poster that premiered at American International Toy Fair in 1997

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