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Originally posted on Grady P Brown – Author:
One of the most terrifying and iconic supervillains is Batman’s nemesis: the Joker. In many ways, I find the Joker to be a model supervillain because not only is he a complete and utter psychopath, but he is cunning, unpredictable, and craves chaos for the sake of chaos. My favorite incarnation of the Joker is Heath Ledger’s version from The Dark Knight because he was anarchic and frighteningly convincing. Jared Leto’s version of the Joker in the Suicide Squad film looks promising, but Leto has some serious shoes to fill after Ledger’s performance. One thing I find interesting about the Joker is that even though he has caused Batman pain from time to time such as when he murdered the second Robin, Jason Todd, the Joker cannot imagine a world without Batman. With that in mind, it would be fair to say that the Joker finds his battles with Batman to be a never-ending game that he enjoys.


Originally posted on that ginger geek:
Just to clarify, I RESPECT EVERYONES FANDOMS AND HAVE NO REASON TO INSULT OTHERS. Except for One Direction, the Beliebers and Twilight fans. I’m sorry, you suck. Me and my friends are all on different fandoms (yes I have friends) I’m a SuperWhoLockian, plus Harry Potter and the Avengers, even though I don’t watch Supernatural. Quite a lot of my friends love anime, one likes the Holy Emo Trinity and Creepypasta, another loves Once and Pretty Little Liars. It goes on. (We’re all members of the Phandom though) Which fandoms you’re in tell a lot about a person. Like seriously, a lot. Also don’t insult other people’s fandoms. You’ll then get the entire fandom rising against you. And that person you’re terrified of will be in that fandom (FACT) Those are my relatively wise words. To be fair, you probably could have found exactly the same kind of thing in any blog, or vlog, but hey. Peace out.