O boato / fan-ficção foi
Second Robin Jason Todd was not killed by the psychotic villain after all but instead turned into him. Fans have cited ‘evidence’ in marketing material released during the run-up to Suicide Squad’s, claiming that The Joker’s bullet hole tattoos match up with puncture marks on the graffitied Robin costume seen hanging in the Batcave in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.*
Mas esse boato era apenas fan fiction, nada mais que isso e até David Ayer desmascara em uma entrevista:
Recently, Ayer was asked in a red carpet interview by WSVN-TV reporter Chris Van Vliet to name the most ridiculous rumour he had heard about the film. “That the Joker is Jason Todd,” he said. “It ain’t the case. He’s not.” www.independent.co.uk/
Até mesmo Zack Snyder desmascarou dizendo que há um robin falecido no DCEU:
"In my mind, it was that Robin had died 10 years earlier, during some run in with a young Joker," he stated. "To me, it was a fun backstory… to play with. The whole idea was that there had been loss and sacrifice. [Batman] doesn’t really have a life outside of the cave. I thought by including Robin – a dead Robin – it would help us understand he’s been on quite a little journey."
A entrevista de Zack Snyder não foi tão clara. Mas havia uma auto-prova no próprio filme Suicide Squad com a introdução de Harley Quinn:
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