reply to post by theruthlessone
i have been debating the same thing as well...i dont know much at all about batmen pre 1990's (as i was born in 89, and didnt read comic books as a
child (stuck with sports and novels), but i have seen most every batman movie...
i think in one of the first batman movies the Joker character did have hair of JH died color...the actor was Caeser Romano (sp?)...but other than
that...im with you
Edward Nigma had red hair, joker had green
but i did hear that JH has been complaining that his stomach had been hurting, and really playing up the crazy role...
didnt heath ledgers Joker have a scene where once arrested he sat in the jail with a sense that he knew he would shortly be out... then after another
inmate had stomach pains...the plan to escape came to fruition...
i also heard someone mention that maybe he seemed doped up in court to stop "the Joker" from making a public appearance...
what if he really did just snap? he wanted to change the past, or future...he wanted to change the current timeline (maybe he understood time is not
linear, but that is just out perception)
now he sees the state society is in, (pair that with mentally unstable), and he knows the popularity of entertainment, and the popularity for these
movies in particular...and knows how easily influenced the masses are from media...and he knows how the media loves the taste of blood, and the smell
what i am getting at is-
what if he was playing the role of the Joker...red hair from the original Romano (sp? too lazy too look up specifically as i am just pondering out
loud)... planned out a horrific event that would captivate the people...executed many innocent people in a grossly public fashion...now once caught,
he is playing out specific scenes memorable to the Joker character...playing insane as the Joker...and had planned to bring the circus of his mind to
the public eye...
maybe he told police of the explosives for a better chance to survive the incident...so when he would be tried, he could introduce the world to the
real life Joker...the police maybe know this...and this is why the case is sealed and there is a confusion of what is true to report...
the media cannot portray JH as a real super villain...think of those consequences
think of the reactions if people were told that he wasnt just mentally unstable and snapped...but what if it was understood that he was a comic book
super villain come to life...then we find he wasnt alone in the act
now we have a super villain and a gang of his loyal thugs....think about crowd control in the streets, at JH's jail...the fear that would be spread,
and the endless copy cat crooks which would emerge...
movies like KickAss show that the everyday man could be a super hero...what if the perception he was aiming to change was that everyday is more easily
made to be a super villain
Joker stood for anarchy...what if this was the message JH was looking to send...the people dont need a super hero from the bad quys...they need a
catalyst to end the violence from political oppression, wake up the masses. didnt the arizona shooter (laughner?) claim the same sort of ideology?
i.e. do something extreme to wake up the people
i in no way support this ideology at all...and think JH was sick and should be severely punished for the horrible actions he committed...(i also find
it disgusting that persons are already suing the cinema? looking for gain in this situation, from an entity which had no influence over the violence
is ridicules, and they should be mored shamed for trying to profit from a loss)...but...idk lol...im very much so conspiracy minded...but i think i
just figured out some motive and perhaps some reason for the strange handling by the authorities
maybe this really wasnt some conspiracy perpetuated by the government? maybe they just really dont want this show on tv