Two weeks following the events of Batman: Arkham City, several GCPD officers suddenly go missing. The culprit seems to be Harley Quinn, having escaped custody and undergone extreme mental stress following her recent loss. She has now taken over the industrial district of the old Arkham City site, which Batman infiltrates and ultimately gets himself captured so Robin will come to his rescue, and together, they can stop Harley and save the cops before the night is over.
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During one of the unlockable interview sessions between Hugo Strange and the Joker, Strange is attempting to deduce Joker's origins and his relationship to Batman. Joker proceeds to tell Strange about how he was a failed stand-up comedian who got mixed up with the mob and was, under the "Red Hood" disguise, forced to break into the Ace Chemicals plant, where he was also employed, which, in turn, led to his run-in with Batman and being dropped into the vat of chemicals that transformed him. Afterwards, Strange states that Joker is lying about the entire story, to which Joker replies "If you have to have an origin story, you're better off making it multiple choice". The story, and the quote, were both taken, almost directly, from Alan Moore's immensely popular graphic novel, "The Killing Joke". See more
When Batman strings up Two-Face his hands are free. When he is completely strung up, his hands and feet are tied behind his back. See more
This is not a time for negotiation.
During the closing credits, the Joker is heard singing "Only You" to Batman. See more
Followed by Batman: Arkham Origins
Only You (And You Alone)
Performed by Mark Hamill
Written by Buck Ram
Published by SCREEN GEMS-EMI MUSIC INC. (BMI) in the world excluding the United States, and TRO - Hollis Music, Inc. (BMI) See more