Batman Arkham Origins: Hidden Easter Eggs & Secrets You Need To Find
(6 of 10) The Poetic Joker
As the credits roll following the completion of the story mission, the music is replaced by the sounds of doors being locked as the Joker is presumably welcomed to his cell in Blackgate.
Naturally, he doesn’t go quietly, and from the cell he starts to recite a poem with occasional musical flourishes, exploring his relationship with Batman, and offering his view of the vigilante.
The poem/song gives some wonderful insight into how the Joker sees Batman, and crucially how he sees the dynamic between the two, which also somewhat explains exactly why he feels so drawn to the caped crusader. There are repeated references to a devastating event in Batman’s past, which it makes the Joker appear jealous of Batman's drive.