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Gotham City is currently in the middle of a Joker War event. Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix raked in cash just last year.
It is an inarguable fact that people want to consume stories about the Joker. We can only hope that those stories are good. After all, this is a superhero comic about a murderous clown and a man who dresses up like a bat.
But that directness can become ponderous. Three Jokers is trying to be something that anyone can pick up off a shelf and read, which means it needs establish the different relationships — and traumas — that Batman, Batgirl, and Jason Todd have with the Joker.
Johns and Fabok do it in a drawn-out 15 pages that also includes the death of the Waynes. In presenting a history of the Joker in a single story, John and Fabok do a much more graceful job, digging deep into well of conceptual and artistic modes from 80 years of comics though they do pull up a bewilderingly grim modern interpretation of one reference that is happily discarded almost immediately.
It could be these things, or it could simply be that you cannot write a story about the Joker without, for better or worse, referencing The Killing Joke.
The mystery was mentioned again shortly thereafter in the pages of DC Rebirth 1 where it was one of many plot points shown to readers that would guide DC Comics over the next several years.
Much of what was revealed in that issue has been addressed in a meaningful manner, especially now that Wally West has helped to return additional characters and the Doomsday Clock event has begun.
However, the three Jokers have remained a static mystery, never denied, but never answered either. The Joker has not been the most prominent villain during the first couple of years of Rebirth comics, but he has not been entirely absent either.
The return of Wally West in DC Rebirth 1 restored multiple Flash legacies and there were two Superman figures during the start of Rebirth, until the version from the New 52 sacrificed his life.
It is apparent that the continuity-scrambling events of Flashpoint and return of multiple universes in Multiversity are playing havoc with current stories, but it is unclear whether these are related to the multiple Jokers in existence now.
The big announcement at San Diego Comic-Con has shone more light on this mystery than everything in the past three years. After a while, Barbara comes back and enters the apartment where Jason gets out of the shower.
Jason confesses to Barbara he looked through his things, especially the pain therapy books. They agree about the fact there are a lot of similarities between them and their tragedy, and Barbara tells Jason she lived through a moment much similar to the one he's having right now.
She wants to help him get better. As they look into each other's eyes, they kiss. Barbara then breaks the moment, telling Jason they are making a mistake.
Meanwhile, Batman is investigating inside the Batcave about some missing persons files, while also observing a place in Alaska on the globe. Inside the Batcave , Bruce , Barbara and Jason are investigating about the plan of the Three Jokers, who are trying to find people to transform in other versions of themselves.
They go over the pictures of the additional Jokers and identified them as a dentist, a serial killer, a drifter, a babysitter, a judge, an artist, a city planner, a zookeeper, an actor, a painter, a fisherman, a felon, an inventor, an interrogator, a chemist, a fighter, a talk show host, a cult leader, a stalker, a coroner, and a surgeon.
Jason also told Bruce and Barbara about the words of the Criminal : they want to create the perfect Joker, even if he does not know what they mean with that.
One thing is sure though: the Red Hood wants to kill the two remaining Jokers, as Batman is too weak to do it by himself. This enrages Batman, who tells Jason if he really believes that he never wanted to end Joker's life.
He did desire that, many times, especially after what the monster did to both him and Barbara. As Red Hood and Batgirl argue about the role of Bruce in their lives, Batman tells Jason he will never understand why he chose not to kill the Joker.
Ending any kind of argument, Bruce wants to focus on the case: he analyzes the Three Jokers and the fact that each and every one of them played a role in his career.
The Criminal reminds him of the first encounters he had with the madman similar to how the Joker was in before " Crisis on Infinite Earths " , while the Clown brings up memories of cartoonish, macabre showmanship, like hiring Gaggy as a court jester.
The Comedian , with a sadistic streak stronger than the others, linking him to the Joker he faced last ex: " Batman: Endgame " and " Joker War ".
Batman believes that one of those is the original, and than at some point in time he created the other two. Barbara though tells him that another option might be right: the Joker created these two recently, to better hide his identity.
Batgirl hopes that in this confusion, they might finally discover the true name of the Joker. She asks Bruce if he has some more info about it to share, but Jason tells her that he would not say anything to them, and that he believes he knows far more about the Joker's true past.
Batman though tells them that if he knew the Joker's real name, he would share it with them. They get interrupted by an alarm, signaling something happened at Blackgate: they discover that the Jokers kidnapped Joe Chill.
While investigating inside his cell, Batman finds a group of handwritten letters that Chill wanted to send him, but never did.
To know more, he needs to address Reverend Evans, who could tell him what was going on in the conscience of Chill. Talking with the reverend, Batman learns that Chill wrote the letters long before he got sick and that he really could have changed, feeling guilty for what he did that tragic night.
Meanwhile, outside of Blackgate, Jason promises to Barbara he will never do what he did with the Clown again, because of her. The three head to the condemed Monarch Theater, as inside the pack of letters Batman found one clearly inserted there by the Joker: inside a ticket for the Mask of Zorro, a clear reference to the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne.
As they enter, a video about the confession of why Chill murdered the Waynes starts being projected on the screen where he mentioned that he had no idea that the people he shot were Thomas and Martha Wayne.
As both Barbara and Jason are occupied with several Jokerized goons, Batman faces the Criminal alone: in the end, says the Criminal, he will face the Bat together with Joe Chill, on the scene of Batman's original tragedy.
He also tells Batman he thought about turning one between Jason and Barbara in the new, perfect Joker. But they lack the characteristics needed to be the ultimate version of the Dark Knight's nemesis.
So he picked the killer Joe Chill. And that's because Chill matters more to Batman than the Joker himself: they can do anything to him, but they will never surpass the pain Chill caused him when he murdered his parents.
So turning Joe into the Joker would make him the one that matters. As Batgirl and Red Hood fend off the attacks of the Comedian , Batman saves Chill from falling into a chemical bath that would have turned him into another Joker, also kicking the Criminal out of the theater.
Once again demonstrating his morale, Batman saves Chill another time from certain death, surprising the criminal: Joe knows who Batman is, and thinks that it would be right if he wanted to take his life.
As the Criminal reappears ready to blow off the explosives attached to himself, the Comedian shoots him in the head.
And there was only one, exclaims the madman. What he wants now is some rest from this crazy, fun ride and so he asks Batman to take him in.
Batman rode with the Comedian the real Joker , riding him to Arkham, while he told Jason to get back home with the Batmobile. Jason once again approaches Barbara, telling her that he would like to be more than friends, but Batgirl says that Jason interprets what happened between them differently than her, and keeps her distance.
Barbara, addressing him as dad showing the fact Gordon clearly knows her identity tells him that what people she hangs out with is none of his business.
Meanwhile, the Batman and the only remaining Joker are inside the transport to Arkham. But that this does not matter: Joker will never reveal their secret identity because if he does, Batman might end his career.
Bruce Wayne might stop being the Dark Knight which that would ruin all the fun. Batman is tired, and asks him what does he truly want.
The Joker answers him, telling he does not want what the other two desired. The Clown just wanted to see people suffer, laughing at them which Joker finds boring.
Joker thought the Criminal was an old delusional man because the idea of creating a perfect Joker with an identity is dumb because the Joker is the personification of mystery and chaos.
Batman wants the joke to end, so he asks for the punchline. But Joker tells him there's no joke this time around: the other two did not understand who he is.
He's chaos, he's the devil, he's nothing and everything for Batman. He convinced them that Joe Chill would be the perfect Joker, because he understood he would never be able to commit a crime more tragic than what Chill did to Bruce.
So he manipulated everyone, and obtained what he wanted: the Batman saved Joe Chill's life, and than forgave the poor old man as Bruce Wayne.
So now, the Joker can be his worst pain until they both die together. Meanwhile, Barbara Gordon is in the gym, trying to keep her mind away from bad memories.
Jason wrote a letter for Barbara and taped it to her door. Inside the letter, he confesses to Barbara he always loved her and that he's ready to even abandon the Red Hood identity for good even if it means having a chance at staying with her.
Batman and The Comedian ride together in the police van, where The Comedian reveals that he was indeed the original Joker - the force of chaos and nihilism who has no true origin at all.
The Comedian also reveals another big secret: he's known that Batman is Bruce Wayne all along, but will never reveal the truth to anyone else because their twisted game would be forced to finally end.
The entire point of Three Jokers was getting Batman to confront and make peace with the tragic death of his parents - which in a weird way, is exactly what Joker does, by having Batman and Bruce Wayne reconcile with Joe Chill.