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28 thoughts on “JASON TODD CONFRONTS BATMAN || #shorts

  1. Nanifa

    Remember, there's nothing wrong with wanting people like Joker to be dead. In the end, Batman was made for kids… so don't belittle others who have the same childish ideology as Batman.

  2. Tom B

    First, A. some of us paid 25 cents to have that Robin killed. B. He did try to kill the joker but, he could not because Superman stopped him because, at the time Joker was a Diplomat. And lastly C. That Robin was the worst of the bunch and they brought him back which is the moment I lost all faith in EVER reading a good comic ever again… Shortly after that, a friend of mine introduced me to Manga.

  3. Tony Callme

    And then people gave out justification to not kill Joker with "batman who laughs, injustice" whilst for one, Batman who Laughs is utterly BS considering how the robins recovered from the toxin but Batman couldn't, Injustice was caused by Joker which prompt him to be killed, it's not the Joker's death that caused the start of it, it's the fact that he literally blew up a city and got Superman's family killed.
    And what batman was doing through out all of those events is cold heartedly focus on the Joker instead of the wellbeing of everyone around him.

  4. probotboyxxx

    Bruce in thought: Don’t tell Jason that Superman, Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Catwoman and James Gordon all stopped me from killing Joker.
    Bruce: If I do that, if I go down into that place… I’ll never come back.
    Bruce in thought: Perfect response, now he’ll have to blame it all on me.

  5. merope merope

    Wait people, WAIT. Think of REAL life. Let's just say Joker is ISIS (jihadist etc), even if they're horrible human beings that did and are doing horrible things like enslaving, burning, k*lling if one doesn't convert to Islam, pushing homosexuals from the highest building etc…If an adversary can stop an ISIS memember instead of k*lling him, he should, obviously you don't have to worry while in battle if your bullet doesn't go in a-not-deadly-point or Whatver, but if he survives you don't HAVE to k*ll him. Be it Kh*meini or Joker, you have to put them in jail.

  6. Nura Xblade

    Blame the fans. There have been multiple occasions where Bats tries to kill Joker but Gordan, Supes, and others stops him from doing so. Even Bats cant out pay us.

    DC bas made every excuse to force Bats to let that clown breathe. The sick irony? They let hypocrites like Supes and WW among many others critize the Bat for being a half measure.

  7. Michele Castellotti

    Yeah well, if he did blindly kill the joker he would of ended up like superman eventually, joker is nigh immortal, kill one, another pops up, batman would be in an endless hellish cycle of a joker who more and more has fun with him, torturing and pushing him to kill him till a despot that is so well prepared and paranoid as to be untouchable and able to kill each and every single superhero or villain will be created, marking the ultimate victory for the joker

  8. Aiden Furry

    Batman: you don't understand, I don't think you've ever understood.
    Jason: what your moral code just won't allow for that? it's too hard to cross that line?
    Batman: NO! god almighty, no. it'd be too d#$%ed easy. all I've ever wanted to do is kill him. not a day goes by I don't think about subjecting him to every horrendous torture he's dealt out to others and then, end him.
    Joker: aww so you do think about me.
    Batman: but if I do that, if I allow myself to go down into that place, I'll never come back.

    one of the best lines of dialogue in a DC movie