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Desc:Ricintoxin81 explains how the Joker, Clown, and Ozymandias are all the same character archetypes.
Category:Classic Movies, Religious
Tags:batman, watchmen, Illuminati, NWO, spawn
Submitted:Macho Nacho
Date:10/22/10
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Comment count is 10
GeneralJameson
It All Makes Sense Now... BTW has anyone had a BK™ Breakfast Bowl? is the "bowl" reusable?.... never mind I will Bing it.
chumbucket
look out for The Watchman! He'll always make you late!
Old_Zircon
But where does Violent J fit in to all this?
phalsebob
Mythology is a wonderful playground for schizophrenics, so I wonder why he has to make such unlikely stretches.
baleen

Jung called. He wants the word archetype back.

Seriously how can this freshman not even mention The Man Who Laughs, the novel and film that the joker was lifted from? After the actual archetypal stuff had been thoroughly removed from the original character of course, thus making a fun and quirky yet 2-dimensional arch-villain.
TeenerTot
*strokes beard*

baleen
that's not a beard

zerobackup
This guy is so stupid.
Adramelech
What does any of this have to do with the Illuminati? It's never explained once. I guess the people this was made for already know the answer to that. Or maybe the Illuminati have ownership of every symbol and world mythology in existence.
Avengingatheist
Yes we do
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