The Joker, Standing Atop A Car, Waving An American Flag, Throwing Money Into A Crowd In Miami, Declares That "Fucking COVID's Over, Baby"

Let's talk about Batman for a second here. What the fuck does this guy do? The Joker is rarely hiding. Constantly out and about. Plotting in plain sight. Rap sheet longer than Jericho's list. Mark Reynolds and Adam Dunn blush at how many strikes this clown racks up. Does Batman put a stop to it? Does he, for a second, think about the greater good and not his own fucked up morality issues? Of course not. Let's just wrangle him up after he goes on one of his crime sprees and toss him back into Arkham. Surely the 85th time is the charm. No way the top notch security guards over there will let the Joker escape this time! Genuinely pathetic. 

I've said it before, but Scooby Doo is who Batman thinks he is. Batman is some self-proclaimed "world's greatest detective" yet fights the same dozen people on a loop. Oh shit the mayor is covered in ice, wonder who the fuck is responsible this time! Scoobert Doobert on the other hand? That's a dog who keeps his nose to the pavement. Constantly figuring out different mysteries, villains of all shapes and sizes, new clues to be unearthed each and every day. Mind you, he does this with the help of the highest man alive. He has no butler, no billion dollar funding, nor weapons designer. You think Doobert wouldn't kill for a cave? Or an upgrade from the conversion van that is almost certainly on its last legs? Despite all the odds stacked against Doo, he gets the job done. Doesn't complain. Doesn't hide his identity like a coward. He goes out there, solves the crime, gets these criminals sent upstate and eats his snacks. He doesn't need the self-validation that Batman craves and because of his lack of hubris he is the superior detective in every way, shape and form. 

The Joker would've been a flash in the pan on Scoob's watch. Instead he's racking up Hall of Fame numbers because Batman refuses to do his job.