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I believe he wanted to create an element of pathos in the Joker's past while playing up the absurdity of the medium. But the result felt sloppy. Instead of adding layers to the Joker's personality, it just made him less interesting. The real problem with Killing Joke, however, is the other story line. The Joker takes Barbara Gordon by surprise, shooting and paralyzing her.

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Setting aside my personal objection to crippling one of DC's best and, at the time, few female characters, Moore missed a huge opportunity here. As it was, the story only takes a toll on her father, and that's largely wrapped up by the end of the comic.

The Joker's motive for all this mayhem, to break Jim Gordon and prove that a bad enough day can drive anyone insane, comes to nothing. In part, he's foiled by Batman, but really he loses because he's wrong: Gordon is strong enough to survive his ordeal. Bolland says that "the end result wasn't quite what I'd hoped. I don't think it rates with some of the highlights of Alan's career". The tragic and human elements of the character's story, coupled with his barbaric crimes as the Joker, portray the character as more of a three-dimensional human being.


During an interview with Salon, Moore explained that Joker's psychotic nature could have been caused by a "bad decision" in his life. Author Brian Cronin notes that "[many] readers felt the violence towards Barbara Gordon was too much, and even Moore, in retrospect, has expressed his displeasure with how the story turned out".

Moore's The Killing Joke is sadistic to the core. It shows Gordon stripped and mutilated, with before, during and after photos of the attack displayed before her bound and gagged father, the police commissioner.

She is more than merely disabled". Author Jeffrey A. While male characters may be critically injured or killed, they are more than likely to be returned to their original conception, while "women on the other hand, are more likely to be casually, but irreparably, wounded such as when Barbara Gordon's the original Batgirl spine was shattered by the Joker just for fun and has been restricted to a wheelchair for over a decade now".

The story consists of Barbara recounting the events of The Killing Joke from her perspective, and the immediate aftermath of those events, including her recovery from her injuries and her adoption of the Oracle mantle. Booster arrives at the carnival shortly after the Joker has rounded up the freaks, only to be attacked by them.

He manages to escape, but arrives too late to save Barbara. Catching the Joker in the middle of taking photos of the wounded Barbara, Booster attacks the Joker in a rage; the Joker nevertheless gains the upper hand, snapping several photos of Booster as well.

Rip returns Booster to the future before Joker can murder him, but Booster demands to be sent back again. Booster fails several times until Rip reveals that the Joker is destined to paralyze her, as it would ensure that she would become Oracle.

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Rip did this to demonstrate to Booster that some points in time, like Barbara's paralysis, are fixed and cannot be prevented or altered, so that Booster would not continue insisting on rescuing his friend Ted Kord from death, another fixed point. The story also reveals that Batman kept the photos of Barbara and Booster, and had been waiting until Booster came of age before confronting him.

Batman thanks Booster for trying to stop the Joker and offers him his friendship.

Eventually, Dick Grayson , who becomes his mentor's temporary successor as Batman, would also learn about this and offer his thanks as well.

Michael Straczynski and artist Cliff Chiang collaborated on a one-shot story called "Ladies' Night", which was published in the anthology series The Brave and the Bold. The story is set shortly before The Killing Joke and deals with Zatanna and Wonder Woman struggling to come to terms with the impending attack on Barbara after Zatanna has a precognitive dream about it.

Like "No Joke", the story heavily implies that the heroines cannot alter Barbara's fate, despite their desire to do so, instead giving her a final night on the town before she loses the use of her legs.

The story also implies that Wonder Woman served as the inspiration for Barbara Gordon's eventual codename of Oracle. In the new continuity, Barbara Gordon recovered from the paralysis after four years.

Although she resumes her work as Batgirl one year after recovering her mobility, she continues to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder when exposed to gunfire that could result in receiving new spinal damage. The cover depicts the Joker standing next to a tearful Batgirl, who has a red smile painted across her mouth.

The Joker has one hand holding a revolver draped over Batgirl's shoulder and is pointing to her cheek with the other hand, as if gesturing to shoot her. The cover quickly drew criticism for highlighting a dark period in the character's history, especially when juxtaposed with the youthful, more optimistic direction of the series at the time. The hashtag changethecover drew dozens of posts on Twitter and Tumblr asking DC to not release the variant. DC ultimately withdrew the cover from publication at the request of Albuquerque, who stated, "My intention was never to hurt or upset anyone through my art For that reason, I have recommended to DC that the variant cover be pulled".

Burton was quoted as saying, "I was never a giant comic book fan, but I've always loved the image of Batman and the Joker. The reason I've never been a comic book fan — and I think it started when I was a child — is because I could never tell which box I was supposed to read.

I don't know if it was dyslexia or whatever, but that's why I loved The Killing Joke, because for the first time I could tell which one to read. It's my favorite. It's the first comic I've ever loved. In March , a deluxe hardcover version of the book was released, featuring recoloring of the book by Brian Bolland. The new colors featured black-and-white flashbacks, as opposed to Higgins' colors, along with one or two items per panel colored in pink or red, up until the helmet of the Red Hood is revealed.

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In addition to recoloring the pages, Bolland also removed the yellow oval around the bat symbol on Batman's chest. Van Jensen of ComicMix said that "the new colors really do improve the book, giving it a subtlety and grimness not present in the original".

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Chicago, Illinois: Onion, Inc. Bleeding Cool. Pop Syndicate. Archived from the original on April 4, December 20, The Batman Vault: Running Press. Offering keen insight into both the minds of the Joker and Batman, this special is considered by most Batman fans to be the definitive Joker story of all time. Dorling Kindersley.

Crafted with meticulous detail and brilliantly expressive art, Batman: The Killing Joke was one of the most powerful and disturbing stories in the history of Gotham City.

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Tech Times. March 1, Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2 October Archived from the original on January 6, Batman publications and storylines. Azrael Batgirl and the Birds of Prey Batman: Arkham Unhinged Batman: The Dark Knight Batman: Gotham Knights Batman: Shadow of the Bat Batman: Robin World's Finest Comics Batman: Anarky Batgirl: Trinity Batman: Arkham City Batman: Battle for the Cowl Batman: Cacophony Batman:Batman's attempts to locate Commissioner Gordon are unsuccessful until the Joker sends him an "invitation" that leads him to the amusement park.

I could use my chemicals on cattle! New York City: Batman remembers the events like in the comic, where a fleeing Joker had attempted to escape while trying to claim that he was set up but accidentally fell into the toxic waste that disfigured him. It was probably one of the areas where they should've reined me in, but they didn't". It's the first comic I've ever loved.

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