na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-batman!

Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Batman! Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Batman! Batman, Batman, Batman!

8 for 8 Tag Meme

me tagged by @rumpelgirl !

Last movie I watched: Lego Batman (Na na na na na na na na Batman!)

Last song I listened to:  The view of Palaven (the feel…..)

Last book I read: J.D. Robb “Echoes in Death”

Last thing I ate: Ikea’s ginger cookie

Where would you want to time travel to: oh….I’m happy staying in the present.  If I have to choose…how about year 2148?  I want to see if we have discovered the mass effect physics.  

Fictional character I would hang out with for a day: I WANT TO HANG OUT WITH KATE DANIELS!  (she is from Ilona Andrews’ Magic series…awesome books!!!!)

If I could be anywhere right now, where would I be? Japan, I miss Pastel’s pudding oh so much!

Current fandom obsession? ME:A and Batman 

@penthesilea1623 @missmeggo929 @5isyphe  wanna do this? :)

anonymous asked:

I understand that for this Bruce has to forgive everything which is impossible. Though still at the end of The Killing Joke it was rather interesting how he laughed with Joker on the joke like best buddies (even after what he has done to Barbara and Gordon.) I just wanted to answer to you saying Batman hates Joker. Because he does not hate him in all of the interpretations. Not even after he killed Jason. But I didn't really want to bother you with this :) Sorry.

Oh, their relationship is certainly very complex and nuanced. Bats despises Joker but there’s a level of respect there and fascination too. And there’s probably a fair amount of guilt, since he’s the reason Joker took his chemical bath in the first place.

Ah, the infamously vague ending of The Killing Joke. Always left me scratching my head. Like, what’s going on in the 5th panel? Is he shaking Joker? He’s certainly grabbing him in some way and his facial expression seems to shift from laughter to…something else entirely.

The current theory seems to be that Batman just looses it completely and the laughing stops because he’s snapped and killed Joker. The rest is silence, as they say.

Here’s an article and video about it: http://sequart.org/magazine/29540/on-interpreting-the-killing-jokes-ending-and-authorial-intent/

Interesting idea, anyway. :D