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The Joker from Batman: Killing Joke

The Joker played by Mark Hamill in Batman: Killing Joke gives us a little more insight into Joker’s past. We learn of the atrocities that have taken place and what has caused Joker to become one of the most classic villains in the DC universe. Joker is a great costume for any gender and if you enjoy working with make up this will be a fun one!

Joker Jr. from Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Joker Junior in “Batman Beyond: The Return of Joker” is like the son of Harley Quinn and the Joker. In reality, he is Tim Drake – sidekick to Batman – who has been brainwashed. He wears purple shorts and a matching overcoat with tails, like the Joker. His button-up shirt is green while his tie is as purple as his coat. Grey socks, grey gloves, black shoes, and a yellow lapel flower finish the look. Joker Jr. is very pale with black rings around his eyes and black coloring on his lips.

Joker from Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Joker from Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

In Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, it’s the year 2040 and Bruce Wayne has retired from crime-fighting, passing on the mantle of Batman to high schooler Terry McGinnis. This is when Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill) resurfaces in Neo-Gotham City, taking over the Jokerz gang and going on a crime spree.

Joker from Batman: The Animated Series

Joker from Batman: The Animated Series

In Batman: The Animated Series, Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill) is the clown prince of crime and the archnemesis of Batman. Of all the incarnations of The Joker, many fans consider Hamill’s voice acting to be the best and truest portrayal.

Joker from Batman: The Telltale Series

Joker from Batman: The Telltale Series

In Batman: The Telltale Series and its follow-up Batman: The Enemy Within, Joker starts as a mysterious patient named John Doe at Arkham Asylum. Joker initially admires Batman’s work as a vigilante and allies with him, but eventually associates with a gang of criminals known as The Pact, and becomes the nemesis we all know Joker to be. His two outfits reflect this transformation.

Joker from Gotham

Joker from Gotham

In Gotham, Jeremiah Valeska (Cameron Monaghan) is the brother of Jerome Valeska who transforms into the Joker after being dropped into a vat of chemicals and awakening from a 10-year coma. Along with Penguin and the Riddler who also take their final form, Batman will have his hands full defending Gotham.

Joker (2019)

Joker (2019)

In the 2019 thriller Joker, Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) is a mentally ill, impoverished stand-up comic. Discarded and abused by society, he turns to a life of crime and chaos, rising to become a frightening legend of Gotham City. Joaquin Phoenix is the fifth actor to portray the legendary Batman villain Joker in a film, and the first in a stand-alone feature.

Joker from Under the Red Hood

Joker from Under the Red Hood

In Batman: Under the Red Hood, Joker is a sadistic clown who terrorizes Batman and Gotham City at large. He was the one who used the moniker of Red Hood before Jason Todd. This incarnation dresses a bit different from although Jokers, although he’s most similar to the Joker from Batman: Assault on Arkham.

Joker from Batman: Assault on Arkham

Joker from Batman: Assault on Arkham

In the direct-to-video movie Batman: Assault on Arkham, Joker plants a dirty bomb that Batman must find, all the while dealing with a superteam of villains called the Suicide Squad, which includes Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and more.

Joker (1989)

Joker (1989)

In 1989’s Batman, Joker (Jack Nicholson) becomes the Joker as we know him after mobster Carl Grissom sets up his second-in-command to be killed in a vat of chemicals. It doesn’t finish him off, but leaves him depraved and disfigured, with a maniacal laugh and deadly vendetta. Nicholson’s is a classic look that’s since been re-interpreted by Heath Ledger and Jared Leto.