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Bruce thinks the joke the Joker finally laughs at, and part of all the grief he’s given himself over the years, is because it was a moment that would forever prove that being Batman was a lie—that, deep down and at his weakest, emotionally speaking, Bruce is no better than the villainy he fights against in Gotham. That the only line between what makes him different from them isn’t that he will never try to kill someone, but the fact that the Joker, of all people, stopped him from murdering the Riddler in a moment of indescribable rage.

Paul Ciano

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