Alternate Versions Of The Joker You Didn't Know About Until Now


Batman's arch-nemesis The Joker is, without any shadow of a doubt, one of the most iconic and terrifying villains in all of fiction (in any media) - and he's definitely the most recognizable villain from the world of comics. However, the versions of the twisted "Clown Prince of Gotham" you've probably seen or heard about in the main continuity of DC Comics and on the big screen in Hollywood movies aren't the only versions of the character to have existed over the years. In this video, we'll run you through ten versions of the character that you might not be so familiar with. Those versions are; Cesar Romero's very camp version from the 1960s Batman television series, the reality-warping Emperor Joker from the comic book story arc of the same name, the Joker's own daughter Duela Dent, the Amalgam Comics character Hyena (an amalgamation of Joker and the Marvel character Sabretooth), the Martha Wayne (Bruce Wayne's mother) version of the character from the Flashpoint story arc, the future version of the Joker from the Batman Beyond animated series (who is actually Tim Drake, the former Robin), the Neo Joker (who is actually Harley Quinn) in the White Knight comic book title, the Laughing Man (a cyborg) from the Batman: Nosferatu comic book story, the gangster Bianca Steeplechase from DC's Earth-37, and the Japanese Joker from the new Batman Ninja anime. We hope you enjoy the video and make sure you let us know what you think of it by leaving your thoughts in the comments section!