An Idea Proposition Yrik First off, I just want to say that this site looks great. I'm Eric, an extreme movie buff and wannabe script writer. I'll be making a few threads and sharing my ideas in other threads in both a movie goer standpoint and a Batman fanatic standpoint. Sounds exciting, huh? Yeah, I know, I know. Well, this thread (my first thread and post) is my idea of a possible Joker "origin," which would not be an origin at all. If the Joker's role is small and mysterious in BB2, then this all would be saved for BB3, where Joker's role will most likely be large and important. HINTING Joker should never say a definitive origin. He should hint it, casually saying his name was Jack Napier or Joe Kerr or anything else, or tossing out random possibilities for origin stories for various circumstances, all to his benefit. The popular The Killing Joke line would be great here. I don't have the book with me, so I'll paraphrase- "If I have a past at all, I prefer for it to be multiple choice!" He should always live by that and only do things that help his fiendish sense of confusion. Red Hood- We should see this one very briefly as Joker gives a heart-warming, sympathetic yet short guide to how his wife died and he fell into a vat of chemicals. We should see Joker as a child, with his father hinting at beating him. We should see the psychotic child that kills cats and grins as his alchoholic father beats his mother. This was in a comic, if Wikipedia is correct. A different child actor should play him to really give the sense of confusion. That is all I have to say-----give Joker multiple origins, spanning from a few seconds to 5 minutes. I hope you liked reading this.