Comics Explained – The Batman Who Laughs Part 6: Breakdown

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The Batman Who Laughs is a fictional character in DC Comics. He is a supervillain, and the evil counterpart and alternate version of Batman within the multiverse. He is depicted as a hybrid of both Batman and Batman’s arch enemy Joker and is a member of the Dark Knights.

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