We've heard the rumors about loads of Batman's villains appearing in his next solo movie and it's kinda exciting. There are many ways to incorporate a plethora of villains into a film and not feel overwhelmed by the sprawling number of bad guys.
I heard this news and I'd immediately thought -- 'Arkham Asylum - A Serious House On Serious Earth'! All you have to do is change the wedding dress at the end and you have an awesome movie!
At the same time, I was thinking about how badass it'd be to see Endgame on the big screen. There are tons of other comics to do afterwards and The Joker is DC's biggest villain. I'm not necessarily saying they should, but this is how it could go; and you can be the judge to see if it's worthy!
DEATH OF THE FAMILY FLASHBACKS WHEN HE'S UNCOVERING JOKER'S SCHEME
The gist of Death of the Family is simple: The Joker wants Batman to realize that his Bat-family is holding him back and he'd be better off if they were gone. Snyder's New 52 Batman is amazing and it's really creepy! I would love to see all the people at Arkham dancing in Jokers and Batmans costumes!
You could use flashbacks when Batman's trying to find a way to stop Joker's new concoction from ruining the city. And this would also let us see how amazing of a detective Batman is. I can't wait to see the Blu-Ray copy of BvS because I want to know what Barbara Gordon had to say! If we don't see the Bat-family until this point -- this would be a great explanation on why they're not with Bruce. This proves that The Joker might be the worst dinner guest ever or equaled to, Hannibal Lecter!
IT FINISHES THE JOKER AND BATMAN SAGA... KINDA
The Joker and Batman are a modern day, Romeo and Juliet. You may disagree with that, but it's basically true! They'll live on forever - fighting and dancing - with one another for the rest of time.
I think, a jacked-up Joker going against an aged Batman sounds too amazing to pass up! See, after the events of Death of the Family, The Joker, fell into something similar to The Lazarus Pit (Arrow, Son of Batman) and he became kinda super! I really want to see The Joker under Gordon's bed creepily looking at the camera. You can easily make another ending in which both of them don't die. I'm not sure if Affleck is doing a trilogy, but this just sounds awesome.
BATMAN FIGHTS THE JUSTICE LEAGUE AND WINS
Do I really need to say more?
OH YEAH, THE VILLIANS?
They really could pick any villains they want and have them play a minor role. Ysee, The Joker's toxin will kill everyone in the city within 24 hours. Batman is desperately trying to find a cure and find out if The Joker is really immortal. It's kind of a complicated story, but it's not really. Telling a non-linear story would do wonders adding to the tension of the current story.
Batman asked the Bat-family and the villains to team-up to stop The Joker's toxin from destroying Gotham. As you have seen in the other picture, you could have a lot of villains in very minor roles. If the DCEU were smart, they'd introduced key characters throughout their universe to be used in Batman's standalone (not sure how).
I'd love to see The Red Hood story come into play and countless others adapted in the new Batman movie. There's something epic about these two stories in the latest Batman comic, that makes me believe they're perfectly crafted for an adaptation within the next few years. Hopefully, we'll have some sorta clue when Suicide Squad hit theaters!
To be honest: I just want to see a Batman standalone as soon as possible! I hope you'd enjoyed this article and I'd love to know what you think in the comments!