I don't see anything that contradicts the unreliable narrator idea here, it would seem to me that the Joker is simply lying to Jason i order to try and mess with him.
I honestly want this to be right, but my impression from the scenes with Joker recreating sets of Jason's past seemed to indicate that even as an unreliable narrator, it was true here.
Originally Posted by Xarcon
I thought the art was ok. It's obviously nothing compared to Rocafort's, but I can probably live with it. I just want this dumb crossover story to be over. Everything about it feels really forced. The book works much better when it's left to its own devices.
Well this book did an excellent job with the Owls crossover, coming from someone who had no interest in what Snyder was doing. I gave the benefit of the doubt because of that, but Lobdell hasn't really done anything for me with this event.
I'm just interested now in Jason giving Joker a big beatdown and maybe the Wingman tie-i to Inc.