|The Joker – New 52 | Comics|
The Joker was responsible for the transition of psychiatrist Harleen Quinzel into Harley Quinn, who became his girlfriend. In Arkham, he told the Dollmaker to carve his face off (Faces of Death) and one year later, he returns to torment The Dark Knight and his allies (Death of the Family). Aside from his rivalry with Batman over his career, Joker also strikes at the Bat-Family by paralyzing Barbara Gordon, killing Jason Todd and even chopping off Alfred's right hand. He returned as orderly at Arkham Asylum named Eric Border long after faking his own death. Joker sent the Justice League to take down Batman after heavily drugging them and revealed his Endgame. In an ultimate face-off, they fought to death and in the end, they both resurfaced as amnesiac.
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|That Murderous Clown|
Batman – Zero Year – Secret City (Softcover)
Batman – Zero Year – Secret City (Hardcover)
Batman – Zero Year – Dark City (Softcover)
Batman – Zero Year – Dark City (Hardcover)
Batman V2 23.1 – The Joker
DC Comics – Zero Year (Softcover)
DC Comics – Zero Year (Hardcover)
Batman – Detective Comics Vol 01 – Faces of Death (Softcover)
Batman – Detective Comics Vol 01 – Faces of Death (Hardcover)
Batman Vol 03 – Death of the Family (Softcover)
Batman Vol 03 – Death of the Family (Hardcover)
The Joker – Death of the Family (Softcover)
The Joker – Death of the Family (Hardcover)
Batman Vol 07 – Endgame (Softcover)
Batman Vol 07 – Endgame (Hardcover)
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DC Universe – Rebirth
|Worse Than A Joke|
As the legendary enemy of The Dark Knight he is, The Joker was originally a concept by Jerry Robinson, Bill Finger and Bob Kane in 1940 for DC Comics, which is considered as the run of New Earth continuity. When the "Flashpoint" crossover-event introduced a new rebooted timeline, The Joker is born anew on the pages of second ongoing volume of Detective Comics by Tony S. Daniel (Adrenalynn – Weapon of War, Superman/Wonder Woman). Later popular Batman storyteller duo of writer Scott Snyder (Flashpoint – Project Superman, Superman Unchained) and Greg Capullo (Angela, Haunt) worked on the character in a newly portrayed Gotham to develop his new legacy. Aspects like the idea of him being immortal, his antagonizing attitude towards Suicide Squad member Deadshot, menacing the Teen Titans, disguise as a civilian and the unwillingness to know Batman's secret identity were interesting. His infamous act in The Killing Joke and A Death in The Family also took place in The New 52, only with a different result. The Joker's most recent live-action portrayal in the 2016's superhero movie Suicide Squad by actor Jared Leto resembled a lot after his Prime Earth counterpart.
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