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Later, Harvey paints a bat on a spotlight , and pleads with Batman to stop the Joker. When the Joker and Frost return to their apartment, they find the window shattered and flee to Croc's lair. However, Batman has already subdued Croc and his gang.
In a final attempt to escape, Joker and Frost flee to a nearby bridge. While Joker is "screaming through tears", Frost inexplicably finds himself laughing, unable to stop.
They find Batman in wait, and the Joker, being provoked by Batman's taunts, shoots Frost in the chin, leaving him with a Glasgow smile. The Joker and Batman fight as Frost climbs over the edge of the bridge and falls into the river.
Reception[ edit ] The graphic novel generally received positive reviews. IGN stated "Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's Joker is a deeply disturbing and completely unnerving work, a literary achievement that takes its place right alongside Alan Moore 's The Killing Joke as one of the few successful attempts to scratch beneath the surface of the Joker's impenetrable psyche.
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He caught up when the kid tripped over. She left the back rooms of her practice open all day, always stocked with blankets and food, as meagre as the amounts she could afford were, and locked it after dark to keep the kids safe inside. The butcher hauled Jake to his feet, fingers clenched in his collar. Jake struggled in the grip but as determined as he was, the man was twice his size and bolstered by his anger.
Jason stepped forward cautiously. Jason weighed his options. With those out of the equation he was only really left with one choice. Calculating that, with what he had, he could probably afford to pay. He went to run but a hard glare from Jason pinned him in place. Jason sighed. Dutifully he shook out the demanded silver, eyeing his now much depleted bag mournfully. The butcher growled one last warning at Jake before storming away. Jason turned to Jake who was mutinously not meeting his gaze.
But the kid was right, there had been an uptick in people wanting food and bedding, as always happened as it got closer to winter. This next week was going to suck. C'mon runt, I'll take you there myself, make sure you don't get into any more trouble along the way.
Rounding the corner, he saw Leslie out front talking to an unfamiliar man. The man dressed like a noble, with his expensive looking, clean clothes but there was a hard glint in his eye and an edge to voice.
He looked to be in his thirties with carefully styled brown hair. He cut off whatever he was saying as Jason approached, Jake in tow. With an incline of his head towards Leslie, the man stalked away. Leslie pursed her lips.
She liked to joke that he caused half of them, but in that moment, it struck him how old she was getting. Kids like Jake.