Ruby Rose’s ‘Batwoman’ Reveals What Happened To The Arrowverse’s Joker

The latest episode of the Ruby Rose series Batwoman revealed the fate of the Arrowverse’s Joker is tied to Batman’s disappearance.

Batwoman might heavily deal with Batman’s legacy in Gotham City after his disappearance, but his most famous adversary has only been mentioned a handful of times thanks to his role in Kate’s tragic backstory. The Arrowverse’s Joker has never made a full appearance in the series, but with the character having a near constant presence on the big screen, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, the most recent episode of Batwoman finally explained why viewers haven’t seen the Arrowverse’s Joker in any of the shows.

With Batwoman struggling to deal with her morality after murdering Dr. August Cartwright, she argued with Luke Fox about Bruce Wayne’s famous rule against murdering his enemies. It’s here that Luke reveals that Batman stared into the abyss and implies that the Dark Knight murdered the Arrowverse’s Joker, which ultimately led to Bruce’s disappearance. Fans previously saw a similar darker version of Bruce Wayne in Crisis On Infinite Earths, played by Kevin Conroy. Take a look at what Luke tells Kate below.

“Ever wonder why the Joker hasn’t reared his head in five years? He’s not in Arkham, Kate. Both you and Bruce stared into the abyss.”

Are you disappointed we didn’t get to see the Arrowverse’s Joker? What do you think about Batman killing him? Do you like Ruby Rose as Batwoman? Sound off in the comments below!

Here’s the synopsis for the next episode of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman “If You Believe in Me, I’ll Believe in You”:

WHO CAN YOU TRUST? – Batwoman (Ruby Rose) enlists Luke (Camrus Johnson) and Julia (guest star Christina Wolfe) for an undercover mission to recover one of the most important items from her cousin’s arsenal. While Alice (Rachel Skarsten) continues developing her devious plans within Arkham’s walls, she gets an unexpected visit from Jacob Kane (Dougray Scott) who needs her help. Meanwhile, Mary (Nicole Kang) tries to prove herself to Kate. As Sophie (Meagan Tandy) gets closer to a co-worker, Kate reunites with an old flame. James Bamford directed the episode written by James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash (#118).

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Eammon Jacobs

Eammon Jacobs

English writer with a preference for all things Film, TV and Comic Book related.