10 Things to Know About The Joker

The Joker’s story is not known to the public.

But there are a number of clues that hint at a much darker future.

There’s his dark side, the Joker’s penchant for using violence and torture as a means of controlling others.

There are his many incarnations, including one that appears to be more like a cult leader than a criminal.

And there’s the fact that there are so many different versions of the Joker, from one that was killed by a car bomb to one that went on to become a war criminal and a serial killer.

Now, a new documentary is bringing these ideas to life, and it’s called The Joker Returns, which is based on the graphic novel series.

The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday, and is narrated by the voice of the character, John Goodman, who voiced the Joker in the comics.

“The Joker Returns” is about the Joker himself, and how he came to be and how his crimes are carried out.

Here’s a look at some of the main characters from the comics and one from the film: The Joker – Batman: The Animated Series “The Dark Knight” The Joker, who first appeared in Batman: Year One, was originally portrayed as a maniacal, violent, and psychotic character who was obsessed with destroying the world.

The Joker was so evil, he could only be stopped by Batman.

But he eventually turned to Batman, who was the perfect mentor.

“There’s a real, strong, humanistic element in him that I think many people don’t realize,” says John Goodman.

“He’s a very flawed, flawed man.

He’s a psychopath, he’s a criminal, he has no empathy.

He thinks he can do anything.

And I think that’s what made him a very good guy.”

The Joker in “Batman: Year Two” In “Year Two,” Bruce Wayne, played by Michael Keaton, was also inspired by the Joker.

He wanted to get the villain out of prison so he could be more involved with Batman.

“I wanted to see if he could really be trusted, that he could actually do what he wanted,” Keaton says.

“That’s why I thought about the fact of this new Batman.”

So Bruce Wayne goes to prison, and the Joker returns.

“When the Joker goes in, he basically does what he always wanted,” says Goodman.

The story is told through the eyes of Keaton’s Joker, played with great subtlety by Adam Beach, who also voices the Joker on “The Walking Dead.”

“This is a very twisted Joker, a very brutal Joker,” says Beach.

“And that’s something that we all know about him.”

But there’s another side to this Joker, and that’s the one who was in the comic books, and who’s played by the actor himself.

“Bruce Wayne is Batman, and he’s got his own life, but this is his life, this is how he does it, and this is the only way he can get through it,” says Keaton.

“You see this guy, this really evil guy, he looks like this big, scary dude.

“It’s so easy to just dismiss this guy because he’s just a villain,” says Shore. “

“But what we want to do is really, really delve into the person behind this.” “

It’s so easy to just dismiss this guy because he’s just a villain,” says Shore.

“But what we want to do is really, really delve into the person behind this.”

In “Batman v.

Superman: Dawn of Justice” The film stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Laurence Fishburne, and Jesse Eisenberg.

“We wanted to really explore this character and his past, and where he came from, and why he became the Joker,” explains producer and co-director Patty Jenkins.

“To do that, we had to know where this guy was coming from.

And the more we knew about him, the more fascinating the story became.”

The film is based loosely on a story that was written by writer Geoff Johns, and which he wrote as part of the “Batman Beyond” arc of the comics in 2005.

But it was a story which Jenkins had never heard of, until “The Killing Joke” came out in the 1990s.

The original story, which Johns wrote as a parody of the Batman comics, takes place after Batman’s retirement.

A man known as The Joker returns from the grave and threatens to kill Bruce Wayne.

“One of the things that was really appealing about the original version was that it was just so true to the source material,” says Jenkins.

The new film uses a new version of the story, one that is far darker than the original.

“So what I’m doing is I’m going to take this story and do something that I really love about