Zen'aku
Sometimes it’s the little things that make life a bit more comfortable.  #joker #vader #newyorkgiants #sephiroth #keyblade

Sometimes it’s the little things that make life a bit more comfortable. #joker #vader #newyorkgiants #sephiroth #keyblade

jcuttertv:

http://jcuttertv.tumblr.com/

littlegracenote:

This is so amazing it’s pissing me off

You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

wehonights:

Batman 75th anniversary exhibit at Warner Brothers studios in Los Angeles. http://vipstudiotour.warnerbros.com/the-batman-tour/

dyn-in-purple:

Found on www.vk.com/batjokes
I DIDN’T DRAW THAT, BLESS THE ONES WHO DID

its-a-harlequinade:

Leave’m In Stitches - danschoening

its-a-harlequinade:

Leave’m In Stitches - danschoening

ladyvandaele:

Death of the Family
https://twitter.com/MO_N_KO
comicsalliance:

THE ARKHAM SESSIONS: THE LAUGHING FISH, HARLEY QUINN, AND THE JOKER’S DIAGNOSIS
By Dr. Andrea Letamendi and Brian Ward
In this edition of The Arkham Sessions, we revisit our analysis of the Joker, this time taking into account his relationship with Harley Quinn. In her second appearance in the series, Harley is depicted as a faithful, devoted partner to the Joker. Compared to “Joker’s Favor,” (Harley’s first appearance), their romantic involvement is much clearer, as is his abusive behavior toward her. We see additional signs of what’s considered “antisocial behavior” — a disregard of the law, lack of empathy toward others, and despite a self-assured, charming exterior, a willingness to harm others close to him. Harley is dangerously in the way of the Joker’s wild, impulsive antics.

Is the Joker compassionate enough to save her? Listen to the episode for the full psychological analysis of this villainous pair!
LISTEN AT COMICS ALLIANCE

comicsalliance:

THE ARKHAM SESSIONS: THE LAUGHING FISH, HARLEY QUINN, AND THE JOKER’S DIAGNOSIS

By Dr. Andrea Letamendi and Brian Ward

In this edition of The Arkham Sessions, we revisit our analysis of the Joker, this time taking into account his relationship with Harley Quinn. In her second appearance in the series, Harley is depicted as a faithful, devoted partner to the Joker. Compared to “Joker’s Favor,” (Harley’s first appearance), their romantic involvement is much clearer, as is his abusive behavior toward her. We see additional signs of what’s considered “antisocial behavior” — a disregard of the law, lack of empathy toward others, and despite a self-assured, charming exterior, a willingness to harm others close to him. Harley is dangerously in the way of the Joker’s wild, impulsive antics.

Is the Joker compassionate enough to save her? Listen to the episode for the full psychological analysis of this villainous pair!

LISTEN AT COMICS ALLIANCE