Is the Joker in every continuity always proven correct about society?

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Anyone can be corrupted and fall if they are pushed hard enough all it takes is one bad day.

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  • Steel
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    1 month ago

    I like Rebel With A Cause's answer, and additionally, it was a key plot point in "The Dark Knight" that the Joker was NOT correct about society toward the end of the film wherein the two ships attempting to leave Gotham, one with regular citizens, the other with prison inmates, did not try to detonate the bombs that were on the opposite's ship.

  • 2 months ago

    Not always.

    In the main continuity, the Joker tried to break Jim Gordon in the Killing Joke (crippled and sexually assaulted his daughter, tortured into a demented amusement ride) but Gordon still maintained his sanity and demanded Batman to arrest the Joker.

    Gordon still proved to be uncorruptable years later when The Joker killed Gordon's second wife at the end of the No Man's Land story (plus Gordon had a rough time throughout the yearlong story) and Gordon refused Joker's offer to kill him.

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