FWIW: In the first issue of Kevin Smith’s Batman: Cacophony, on stands this week, Deadshot finds the Joker reading a copy of The Fountainhead. Joker finds it boring, while Deadshot says it’s one of his favourites.
Moral: contract killers like Ayn Rand more than psychopathic clowns do. I guess that makes sense, actually. Still, you’d think the Joker would at least appreciate the first line.
The Joker’s confused by laughter that’s not his own (i.e. that he’s caused, or that he’s doing).
Speaking of laughter, something funny from the Onion. I think left-libs will find this funny for multiple reasons: http://www.theonion.com/content/news_briefs/co_op_casino_robbed_again
My 3-year-old is probably more literate than Kevin Smith. I’ve always found him an idiotic boor. (Smith, not my 3-year-old.)
Is “Cacophany” any good?
It’s ok, not great.
Sometimes I love Smith, sometimes I just find him annoying.
Dear Roderick T. Long,
What are your thoughts on the reappearance of Anarky in Robin 180-182?