Joker's League of Anarchy (Sub-Stories*)


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Feb 26, 2016
Amsterdam; New Jersey
Here's a fun Gotham side-story involving the under-appreciate Red Hood Gang and the Joker League of Anarchy, which I decided to return from retirement from the Comic Board to highlight during this otherwise ABCD maddening Coronavirus tribulation. I hope you like it, and thanks for reading (signing off),



Isaac Satan was the official leader of the Gotham City bank robbing team known as the Red Hood Gang. Isaac had coordinated several high-profile armed-and-masked bank robberies in Gotham after the Coronavirus tribulation had finally ended in America. Isaac and his Red Hood had spotlighted some of the glaring intrigue in the modern US city regarding the frailty and media intrigue involved with the turbulent flow of assets and capital in a crime-ridden urbanized area of great metropolitan symbolism. Isaac and the Red Hood Gang were poised to become the city's greatest criminal anti-heroes, and Isaac himself was considered a mad genius now, having orchestrated very unusual robberies such as one of the California Bank with a media-stunt fake-play linked to a Gotham bank robbery just one week later, which confused the press, compelling them to write, "Was the California Bank somehow connected to the Gotham bank the Red Hood robbed, and if so, what will this require our city's vigilante Batman and his girlfriend-vigilante Catwoman to do in response?" Isaac Satan was the king of bank robbery, and he looked the part, boasting a very eccentric hairstyle and anti-psychiatric personal demeanor, which he even flashed on Facebook, since no one knew who he was!


Isaac wrote comic book fan-fiction stories on the Internet, pairing himself as an eco-activist, masked of course, alongside iconic terrorism themed avatars from comics such as Baroness (GI Joe) and Cheetah (Wonder Woman). In these fan-fiction stories, Isaac Satan characterized himself as an online crusader, using comic book stylized storytelling to capture all the modernism intrigue associated with both eco-activism and direct dangerous anti-American terrorism. This became Isaac's very clever front to veil the fact that he was actually the unknown leader of the very successful bank robbing team the Red Hood Gang in Gotham City. Isaac's comic book stories portrayed this enthusiastic and deceptive writer as a modern-day political radical, rather than what he actually was --- a master-thief. Isaac's comic book stories, complete with pictures of himself posed as a new age eco-activist were praised by readers as images of great modern intellectualism!


ISAAC SATAN: "I charge my great bank robbing team, the Red Hood to come up with nifty new disguises so that we may start robbing banks outside Gotham City and pose ourselves as a completely different bank robbing gang, perhaps delivering messages in the media that this brand new robber-gang is actually inspired by the Red Hood in Gotham; so I've come up with some nifty new disguises myself, and I encourage all my Red Hood brothers and sisters to do the same now."


Bruce Wayne, head of Wayne Industries, and Selina Kyle, his new secretary, decided to downplay all the media romance suddenly associated with the daring and completely thrilling post-Coronavirus bank robberies surrounding Gotham City. Bruce and Selina hosted a special Gotham Art Museum exhibit, featuring new age artists' paintings and portraits and renditions of what they felt was the modernism excitement associated with the Red Hood Gang. At the museum exhibit opening, Bruce and Selina said that Red Hood must be portrayed as anti-heroes, and the most psychiatric way to do that is with art. No one knew of course that Bruce and Selina were actually the secret masked Gotham vigilante duo, Batman and Catwoman. The art opening featured very revealing portraits of the Red Hood Gang created by very avant-garde artists!


RED HOOD GANG: "We robbed the California Bank & Trust once, and we might do it again, and if not on Devil's Night next year, then definitely on Halloween Eve, for we are the new prophets of capitalism folklore."


BATMAN/CATWOMAN: "We have every intention to stop this bank robbing team known as the Red Hood Gang, and hopefully, if we're successful quickly, they won't inspire other gangs of criminals to perform copycat crimes modeled after the Red Hood Gang's very wily bank robberies in our already troubled great city."


Of course, the Red Hood Gang had already inspired some of the Gotham bad guys to come up with response crimes. Primarily, it was the vile Joker and his demonic clown girlfriend Harley Quinn and their recruited special team of disfigured masked villains. Joker and Harley called their entire unit the Joker League of Anarchy. Joker and Harley wanted the members of their unit to go out into the city and find ways to perform crimes that would detract attention away from all the bank robbery intrigue created by Isaac Satan and the Red Hood Gang. However, Joker and Harley's unit members were somewhat nervous about taking on the responsibility of deconstructing the social intrigue created by the Red Hood Gang. Nevertheless, Joker and Harley told their unit that if they failed, they'd be summarily executed. What would Joker and Harley's arguably misfortuned unit members actually do now?


JOKER: "If you recruited ghouls fail in this very demanding and important task, I'll decapitate each and every one of you, and I'll do it one by one, because Harley and I simply will not be outshined by the Red Hood Gang and whoever their unknown leader actually is; that's my proclamation to you, my League of Anarchy, so don't fail me, because you know how frightened you all get when I get very very upset."


The terrified unit members of Joker's League of Anarchy were desperate and decided to reach out and try to make contact with Isaac Satan and the Red Hood Gang. They connected with Red Hood through underground resources they found and asked them to help them get out of the Joker and Harley unit which made their lives completely miserable now and perhaps ally with the Red Hood. Isaac and the Red Hood realized this League of Anarchy minions were completely terrorized by Joker and Harley and decided to stage a special Gotham Courthouse lawsuit in which one of the gang members, who was actually a legal insider in Gotham, brought charges against the Gotham police and media, claiming that the overly-romanticized Red Hood robberies were distracting authorities to deal with the truth that the real devils in Gotham, Joker and Harley Quinn, were perhaps and arguably secretly torturing their own crime team minions to perform response crimes to challenge the Red Hood, and that this sort of crime pyramid would only spell doom for the city if the authorities did not take charge now. This was a media-covered courthouse case that generated a lot of society talk in Gotham.


The Joker League of Anarchy unit members managed to use the media confetti associated with this high-profile Courthouse case in Gotham to persuade the Joker and Harley Quinn to allow them to resign from their unit. These League of Anarchy 'minions' managed to persuade Joker and Harley that they'd not be able to deal with all this verbose crime analysis in Gotham and that they'd rather just simply flee quietly and safely somewhere in Australia and that this escape would only help Joker and Harley create more future efficient recruiting gears to find more villainous and vehement allies for their special League. Joker admitted that he didn't want weakness to complicate this new media intrigue in Gotham and allowed his unit members to quietly slip into oblivion. Meanwhile, the unit members decided to start allying with Isaac Satan and Red Hood, creating more covert and efficient legal arena veils for the capitalism-critical bank robberies in Gotham which continued to generate all kinds of dystopian intrigue in the press.


BATMAN/CATWOMAN: "We implore Gothamites not to paint the Red Hood Gang as folk-heroes but as regular and regularized upstarts, and we'll do everything in our vigilante power to bring their very wily bank robberies to an absolute urban end in this great and troubled city of ours in this new millennium of great traffic intrigue...and danger."


"Money is everything" (Ecclesiastes)

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