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JOKER GALLERY

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One of the earliest Joker stories in 1940. He is the most enduring of all of Batman's arch foes.
Joker in 1942. Trim those eyebrows!
This is one of my all-time favorite drawings of The Joker, from a 1944 comic cover.
Joker in 1946.
The Joker still baffeling the Dynamic Duo in 1947.
In 1957 The Joker teamed up with Lex Luthor to attempt to dupe both Batman and Superman.
Back again in BATMAN #159 in November 1963.
Joker on the 1966 TV series BATMAN as played by Cesar Romero. Although the makeup was bad and he wouldn't shave his mustache, Romero gave one memorable performance as The Clown Prince of Crime after another.
On the 1969 Filmation produced TV cartoon THE ADVENTURES OF BATMAN, The Joker was voiced by Ted Knight.
On the 1969 Filmation produced TV cartoon THE ADVENTURES OF BATMAN, The Joker was voiced by Ted Knight.
On two 1972 episodes of the TV cartoon THE NEW SCOOBY DOO MOVIES, produced by Hanna-Barbera, Batman and Robin teamed with Scooby and the gang to battle The Joker and The Penguin. The Joker was voiced, again, by Ted Knight. The quality of these shows vary and sometimes the Joker's hair appears to be black. But is was originally filmed with the traditional green hair. The episodes were entitled: The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair and The Caped Crusader Caper. Thanks to Joel Baxter.
Briefly The Joker enjoyed his own comic book in 1975.
In a 1975 Giant coloring book by Whitman the Joker battled Batman and Robin in a story entitled COMEDY OF TEARS. He looked like this.
In 1977, Filmation returned with THE NEW ADVENTURES OF BATMAN cartoon. This one featured the same great animation as the 1969 effort, as well as the return of Adam West and Burt Ward as the voices of Batman and Robin. Lennie Weinrib provided Joker's voice.
Joker in the 1981 crossover comic BATMAN VS. THE INCREDIBLE HULK.
An October 1982 appearance in Issue 191 of THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD.
In 1987 The Joker journeyed to Metropolis to terrorize Superman and company.
Looking more evil than ever in 1988's THE KILLING JOKE.
Jack Nicholson in Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster film BATMAN. "They'll be a hot time in the old town tonight."
Jack Nicholson in Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster film BATMAN. "Oh no! He's using brand X."
In the 1990 Syndicated Newspaper comic strip BATMAN, by Loebs, Cinfa and Nyberg, Two-Face was imprisoned in Arkham Asylum next to The Joker, whom Harvey Dent had previously convicted. Here are the Dailies from Oct. 25 - 27, 1990.
The Joker in a 1991 ROBIN II comic. Each issue in this mini-series featured at least 3 different covers.
The Joker battled Batman again in 1992, this time on Sega Genesis in a game made by Sunsoft entitled BATMAN REVENGE OF THE JOKER.
Beginning in 1992 on BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES, The Joker was voiced superbly by Mark Hamill.During the first season he appeared in many fantastic episodes, such as JOKER'S FAVOR (9/11/92), THE STRANGE SECRET OF BRUCE WAYNE (10/29/92) and CHRISTMAS WITH THE JOKER (11/13/92).
In 1994, during the KINGHTQUEST THE CRUSADE saga, The Joker decided to make a movie and grow a pony tail. He was quickly taken down by the Jean Paul Valley Batman.
Different looks, but still the same great Mark Hamill cackle troughout.
In the 2000 DVD and video release RETURN OF THE JOKER, he returns about 70 years in the future to battle the new BATMAN BEYOND Batman. Still Mark Hamill. How does he do this? I'm not going to give it away.
On the 2002 WB series BIRDS OF PREY, the back story is told that The Joker murdered Catwoman and crippled Barbara Gordon. He's seen only in fuzzy flashbacks and is voiced, all too briefly, by Mark Hamill.
In the outstanding and just plain fantastic 2004 Fan Film GRAYSON, the Joker was played to perfection by Brian C. Bethel.
The best Joker portrayal to date, in my opinion, is within the confines of Director, Writer, Producer and Star John Fiorella's film GRAYSON. Director and creator Fiorella has done the impossible... made the perfect screen incarnation of our DC heroes. Joker is played by Brian C. Bethel.
In 2008's THE DARK KNIGHT, The Joker was played by the late Heath Ledger, in his last performance.
A classic cover featuring the Joker.
A classic cover featuring the Joker befriending a Bizarro Batman and Superman.