The Joker : You wanna know how I got these scars ? My father, was a drinker, and a fiend. And one night, he goes off crazier than usual.
According to the Joker , his wife – who used to tell him he needed to “smile more” – got into trouble with gambling sharks who “carved her face”. And given this chaotic nature of his , it’s also fairly possible that he gave himself the scars simply because he could, and not because he had a wife with a disfigured face.
Basically, he wanted to validate himself by dragging or proving everyone could be dragged down to his level, and was pretty successful at it (even Batman , using the cell phone monitoring technology from Lucius). Even at the end, the Joker encouraged Batman to indulge his rage and drop him from the roof.
mean? Why so serious? is a famous line from the movie The Dark Knight . Spoken by the villainous Joker , it plays on his clownish appearance and cheerful demeanor, which stays in place even while he does violent or gruesome things.
The Joker also tells Rachel Dawes that his wife had scars due to an accident and that he cut his own cheeks with a razor blade to prove that scars did not matter. He starts to tell Batman a third story about how he might have been disfigured.
BATMAN : Then why do you want to kill me ? The Joker starts laughing. After a moment he’s laughing so hard it sounds like sobbing. BATMAN : You ‘re garbage who kills for money.
Batman: The Animated Series would name him Jack Napier in one episode, and the aforementioned comic series Batman: White Knight revealed the Joker’s real name was Jack Napier .
You have been warned! In Joker, Thomas Wayne ( Batman’s father) and Penny Fleck (Joker’s mother) are key characters. Penny claims that Thomas is actually Arthur’s father.
Thankfully the twist is only carried on for a few scenes, as it’s finally broken when Arthur manages to confront Thomas by sneaking into one of his fancy galas. Thomas is furious and swiftly lets Arthur know that he and his mother never had an affair, and that he fired her because she was increasingly unstable.
I am agent of chaos.” The Joker’s goal is to show that this sense of justice that the Batman introduced to Gotham is absurd, and the Joker’s goal is simply to destroy this belief in the hearts of the people. We, the people of Gotham and the viewers alike, like to believe we are morally upright. But the Joker was right.
That’s what the Joker wants . Everything he does is to taunt Batman into killing him. The Joker wants Batman to kill him because he perfectly embodies chaos and anarchy and wants to prove a point to everyone that people are basically more chaotic than orderly. This is why he is so scary: we are worried he may be right.
A commonly cited answer is that The Dark Knight’s Joker is a direct product of the conflict we’ve established him as critiquing; that he is a veteran of either the Iraq War or War in Afghanistan suffering from PTSD and taking it out on the world that “created” him.
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— The Dark Knight. David S. Goyer wrote a treatment for two followup films to Batman Begins, the first involving the Joker—as teased at the very end of the prior film—and the second involving Two-Face .
See Joker was a psychopath. The way he presented himself, you would feel that he was a carefree soul. That’s why he tries to tell others to be just like him. So this makes Joker a serious person, he seriously wanted to destroy Batman.