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Joker's Grand Return: Unveiling the Madcap Makeover in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League!

The Joker is back, ladies and gentlemen! But hold on to your utility belts because this time, he's looking more dashing and mischievous than ever befo...

Anne Ostler Jan 27, 2024
Joker's Grand Return: Unveiling the Madcap Makeover in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League!

The Joker is back, ladies and gentlemen! But hold on to your utility belts because this time, he's looking more dashing and mischievous than ever before. The gaming gurus at Rocksteady have spilled the beans on why the latest rendition of the Clown Prince of Crime in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is so distinct from our beloved Arkhamverse Joker. Get ready for a wild ride, filled with multiverse madness and jaw-dropping revelations!

Now, if you're an avid Bat-fan, you'll remember that the Joker met his untimely demise due to Titan poisoning back in Batman: Arkham City. But, rumors started swirling around Gotham that Rocksteady had something devilishly delightful up their sleeves for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League's post-launch DLC. And guess what? Those rumors turned out to be true! The maniacal maestro himself will be making a triumphant return in all his twisted glory.

In a recent dev diary video, Rocksteady spilled the beans on their plans to explore the wacky wonders of DC's multiverse in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Brace yourselves, folks, because this means we'll be treated to alternate versions of classic villains from different dimensions. And who better to kick off this crazy crossover than the Joker himself? That's right, folks - you'll be able to unlock the Joker through regular gameplay for free when the Suicide Squad DLC season launches in March. He'll have his own captivating storyline, set in the aftermath of Brainiac's attack on Metropolis. Prepare for a wild ride as you face off against the brainwashed members of the Justice League.

Now, let's talk about the Joker's new makeover. Oh, he's a sight to behold! Rocksteady's advanced scriptwriter, Kate Watson, spilled the beans on why they decided to give the Joker a fresh new look. You see, the past Arkhamverse Joker is already an icon in his own right. So, Rocksteady wanted to create a version that would stand out on its own, like a neon-painted clown in a sea of black and white.

Watson revealed that Suicide Squad's Joker is even more theatrical than his predecessors, and boy, does it show! Just take a look at his vibrant costume and his rocket umbrella-fueled transversal gameplay. It's like he stepped right out of a twisted circus extravaganza. And let's not forget the talented voice actor, JP Karliak, who brought the Harlequin of Hate to life. Rumor has it that his improvised lines were so good, they often outshined the writers' brilliant scripts. Talk about being a true maestro of mayhem!

But wait, there's more! The Suicide Squad's Joker has a prosthetic leg, a memento from a bombing mishap. It adds an extra layer of eccentricity to his character and serves as a reminder that he's been through some explosive adventures. It's just another day in the life of the Joker!

Now, hold your Batarangs, because here's the scoop on Suicide Squad's version of the Joker's personality. Unlike his Arkham game counterpart, this Joker is shown to be a tad less hostile. But don't be fooled; he's still as unhinged as ever. In fact, he's using his supervillain antics to hide his own insecurities. Picture this: a scene where he maniacally fires his gun while laughing uncontrollably during his reveal trailer. Classic Joker, am I right?

Of course, the return of the Clown Prince of Crime in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League raised a few eyebrows, especially among die-hard fans of Mark Hamill's iconic portrayal in the Arkham series. But fear not, dear readers, because Rocksteady is well aware of the challenge they face. They're determined to make this Elseworlds Joker shine in his own wickedly unique way. Get ready for a rollercoaster of madness, mischief, and mayhem like you've never seen before!

So, buckle up, Bat-fans! Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is about to unleash the Joker in all his grandeur. It's time to step into the multiverse, where chaos reigns supreme, and the laughter never ends. Brace yourselves for an unforgettable adventure that will leave you questioning your sanity. Let the games begin!