- In a brand new subject of Injustice: 12 months Zero, the Joker decries Nazism.
- This reveals that even the Joker, maybe the world’s most well-known fictional supervillain, has a line he will not cross.
- “I hate Nazis,” the Joker says in a panel teased by author Tom Taylor.
As Batman’s arch-nemesis and maybe the world’s most notorious fictional supervillain, the Joker is a lot evil. He is a psychopath, a assassin, and only a straight up agent of chaos. We all know this—we have seen him in Batman, and The Darkish Knight, Joker, and hell, even Suicide Squad. And that is not even counting the infinite comedian, animated collection, and online game depictions of the character. However as a brand new DC Comics story makes patently clear, even this universally-known madman has a line he will not cross: Nazism.
“I am an American, I hate Nazis,” Joker says in a panel from Injustice: 12 months Zero #4 teased by author Tom Taylor. “I am a homicidal maniac, not a traitorous bigot.”
Injustice: 12 months Zero is a spin-off of the Injustice online game collection of the identical title that started again in 2013. 12 months Zero is a prequel story that at instances flashes again to World Conflict II. Within the subject of be aware, the Joker and fellow supervillain Harley Quinn are being instructed a flashback story when the Joker reveals impatience, eager to skip to the elements the place the Nazis get killed.