Did Batman kill the Joker at the end?
According to comic book writer and author of numerous Batman titles, Grant Morrison, that’s exactly what happens at the end of The Killing Joke. And Alan Moore wrote the ultimate Batman/Joker story — he finished it.
Is Joker dead in the Batman?
In this world, after Joker infects some kids with a Joker virus, Batman seems to have enough and snaps his neck. Then again, Batman insists that Joker died due to the chemicals in his system finally catching up with him. It’s discovered that the Joker has a chemical curse that comes with his death.
Did Batman kill Joker in The Dark Knight?
This. Batman kills the Joker there and can’t handle what he’s done. No, Batman doesn’t shoot the guy in the head but, he DOES kill him. MOVIE URBAN LEGEND: Batman killed people in “The Dark Knight Returns,” which inspired Zack Snyder to have him kill in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
Why does Batman never kill Joker?
@GeorgeM68340969: Batman doesn’t kill the Joker because he doesn’t want to be the byproduct of what murdered his parents. He suffers post-traumatic stress on the ordeal and refutes to become the thing that killed his parents.
Did Batman kill Superman?
Superman tries to explain this to Batman, who instead attacks him and eventually subdues him using a kryptonite gas. In its dying moments, the creature kills Superman, who was weakened by kryptonite exposure.
Did Bruce Wayne kill the Joker?
Batman has never killed the Joker in any main continuity storyline, The Killing Joke included. He has, on the other hand, killed him in alternative universe storylines, as well as in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie.
Did Joker kill Batman’s parents?
Joquin Phoenix’s Joker doesn’t kill Bruce Wayne’s parents outright, but he does create a lawless situation that basically causes it to happen. Toward the end of the movie, this version of the Joker has several Joker minions, and a guy in a Joker mask kills Thomas and Martha Wayne, in front of 10-year-old Bruce Wayne.
Did Joker kill Batman parents?