Clever: Bat Symbol Fading Into Joker's Laugh Tattoo

October 24, 2013


To celebrate the midnight release of Batman: Arkham Origins tonight, here's a tattoo of the Bat Symbol fading into the Joker's laugh. I'm not sure if that arm actually belongs to Tumblr user tow-tow, or they just found the picture somewhere else, but I tried to find more info and couldn't. Still, I like it. So -- anybody want to stay up with me tonight and go pick up Arkham Origins at midnight? There's a Gamestop walkable from my place so we can totally get as drunk as we want to first. You can even crash in my roommate's bed because he's out of town for the weekend. I only ask that you promise me you'll piss it.

Thanks to my buddy Terry, who I've promised to be nicer to because I'm trying to turn over a new leaf and not be so hateful all the time. "Aw, thanks pal!" GO PLAY IN TRAFFIC.

  • Littletroubleshooter

    I lol'd at the fact this asshole has to live with this bad decision for the rest of his life.
    I say this having 4 tatoos; none of them are based on fucking cartoons or comics or whatever it is you douchey hipster faggots are sticking up your buttholes these days.
    Who can keep track of you MLP gauged ear asses.

  • JimmyThr

    It's uneven...

  • $18889437

    Assuming that tattoo is new... it's pretty chewed up... there's a lot of pitting on the edges of the black and it's pretty chewy in the middle too. Those are going to scab terribly then the color is gonna fall out a lot so this person probably had to get a lot of touch-up or should plan on it. If it isn't new that kind of pitting and redness is a sign of infection and the over-use of petroleum ointment... consult a physician.

  • thetruthferry

    obviously new, and even if it wasn't and have you ever seen a real tattoo heal? it looks like a leprosy case, and can heal perfectly. and that "chewy redness" is do to the mysterious reaction skin has with a reciprocating needle of 110 cycles per second

  • Richelle Howes

    Not bad

  • Kenny

    It would have been even MORE awesome if the black ink was thermal-vanishing or however it's called. Does that even exist? If not, we need that. ASAP.

  • WhiteEagle2

    I'm pretty sure that stuff is toxic. I remember some article about thermal color changing underwear that caused health problems because they weren't made right or what not.

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