Late last night, Suicide Squad director David Ayers finally unveiled the first full look at Jared Leto as The Joker (in honor of the 75th anniversary of the classic DC universe character). It is a, uh, very on the nose look, to put it mildly. Or perhaps, very on the forehead.

As Rolling Stone pointed out, this latest cinematic version of The Joker will likely draw heavily from Alan Moore's take on the character from the 1980's:

The new Joker photo, as well as the blurry green-haired Leto photo where the actor aims his camera toward the viewer, are both inspired by frames taken from the classic graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke. Considering that Ayer has twice hinted at that Alan Moore-written origin story suggests that Leto's Joker will have more in common with the graphic novel's rendition of the supervillain than the versions previously portrayed on the big screen by Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger. In The Killing Joke, the Joker is introduced as a failed stand-up comic turned small-time hood who is chemically disfigured and driven insane all in "one bad day."

Suicide Squad, which is a Dirty Dozen-esque film about a motley crew of incarcerated villains and anti-heroes recruited by the government for a suicide mission, will be the third movie in the rebooted DC cinematic universe (helmed by Warner Bros.), following 2013's Man Of Steel and 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Based on Man Of Steel, DC universe mastermind Zack Snyder's track record, and everything that's been written about the plans for the upcoming films, the DC universe has been set up to be the grim, shockingly colorless, humor-averse yin to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's spandex-clad yang.

Despite loving many of the characters, we don't feel much excitement about where this is all headed, and personally feel it's hard to muster up much enthusiasm (or outrage) over the third incarnation of The Joker in just over two decades.

But that doesn't mean other people don't have strong opinions!

Very strong opinions.

Thankfully, there were plenty of jokes that hit the spot.

And plenty of photoshopping.

For what it's worth, it's not even the worst Joker re-imagining to come out yesterday.