Harry Lennix says he’d need to see Martian Manhunter take on the Joker in Justice League 2. Lennix played the DC Extended Universe’s General Calvin Swanwick in Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice; numerous fans speculating that his character was J’onn J’onzz a.k.a. the Martian Manhunter in camouflage. Snyder’s 4-hour cut of Justice League affirmed this through a couple of scenes, including one where the cherished legend visits Bruce Wayne/Batman following the Knightmare succession.
In all honesty, Martian Manhunter and the Joker have clashed in the funnies previously, in a real sense. In JLA #11, while fighting the Injustice Gang (additionally set up in Snyder’s Justice League), Martian Manhunter shapeshifts his brain to think like the Joker and starts to take on a similar mindset as a supervillain. At that point, in JLA #15 (1998), Martian Manhunter utilizes his clairvoyant ability to control the Joker’s cerebrum to recover the truth distorting Philosopher’s Stone, which the Clown Prince of Crime has used to make a “10,000 mile-long smile from South America to Asia Minor.” During Martian Manhunter’s control, the Joker is immediately relieved of his craziness.
Martian Manhunter has depicted the Joker’s brain as a “storm seething” previously. It’d be very convincing to see a character with a liking for mankind, who is unmistakably distrustful of resembling Superman, endeavor to analyze an enemy that typifies our good and philosophical entanglements—the actual brain being as elusive an incline as superpowers. Ostensibly significantly more than Batman, Martian Manhunter comprehends his colleagues and their mavericks’ displays. Lennix would’ve surely assumed a significant part in continuations of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Like Leto, whose Joker made a détente with Affleck’s Batman, Lennix’s character has a stake on the planet Darkseid tries to prevail. All things considered, it’s hazy if Martian Manhunter is even still alive in the Knightmare course of events. Notwithstanding, hesitant companion or adversary, fans couldn’t imagine anything better than to see Martian Manhunter and the Joker in Justice League 2.