@tupiaz Except I wasn't saying the Nicholson movie was campy, I was simply pointing out it was a different type of Joker from Ledger's Joker, just like the campy Batman of the past was a different type of Batman than the Batman of today.
My point was that your analogy was bad simply because there is a campy Joker. The difference between the campy Joker and the 89 Joker (and therefore logical the Nolan Joker) is much greater than the difference between the 89 Joker and Nolan Joker.
Semantics at its finest. Again, the main point is that there are innate differences between both groups of Batmen and Joker's. The numerous of differences has nothing to do with it.