Joaquin Phoenix now has his own Garbage Pail Kids card as Joker. Phoenix was recently named PETA’s Person of the Year, but getting immortalized on an iconic Garbage Pail Kids card has to be better than that. The actor has had quite the ride with director Todd Phillips after finally taking on a comic book movie. Phoenix was unsure about the business mechanics surrounding the world of superheroes, so he was always weary about taking up an offer. However, Phillips pitched him the right idea at the right time.
Joker is unlike any comic book movie before it, though there will more than likely be a lot like it now since it has become such a big success. And the same can be said about Garbage Pail Kids in the trading card realm. There have been many, many copycats over the years, but nothing beats the original. Artist Joe Simko is responsible for the latest Joker card, which has been named Walking Joaquin. The image lampoons the now-iconic stairs scene from the movie.
Instead of dancing his way down the steps, Arthur Fleck has taken a tumble,