Re: Let The Hero Lose.
For an installment of a franchise series, the definition of "the hero loses" needs to be put in context. I mean, does a villain like what Loki was "win"? If so, then the entire fictional world for the hero is different. Loki is King of Earth, Thanos has the cube, the entirety of human civilization is thrown for a loop. Those are big things. Now let's say a TDKT Joker wins. Well, the entire world isn't at stake to begin with. Gotham get's a little more violent for a period. Big whoop.
My father. 1946-2014
He truly proved that every person has the potential to be a force for good in this life. So anyone that reads this, do me a favor... Call your parents.
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