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The Joker

Joker (Earth-DKR)
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Real Name
Unknown
Current Alias

Identity

Alignment

Universe
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Hair

Skin

Unusual Features
Green hair, white skin, and a large dragon tattoo across his back.

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Psychopathic killer

Origin
Origin

Place of Birth
Unknown; possibly Gotham City


First appearance

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1
(February, 1986)

Contents

History

See also: All-Star Batman and Robin

Little is known about the early life of the Joker, save that he was a psychopathic serial killer. In one of his earliest recorded accounts, the Joker spent an evening in a hotel room with a woman named Donna Gugina. After a night of love-making, he brutally attacked her, crushing her larynx and strangling her to death. All the while however, he professed his undying love for her. [1]

He later contacted one of his colleagues, Selina Kyle - the Catwoman.

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The Return

See also: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Well into his fifties, the Joker spent ten years at Arkham Asylum in a near catatonic stupor. When news hit the wire that his arch-nemesis the Batman had come out of retirement, the Joker's conscious mind resurfaced and he decided that it was time for him to come out of retirement as well. [2]

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Notes

  • Writer Keith Champagne has stated that the Superman of Earth-31 featured in Countdown: Arena is the Superman that appeared in Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. [3] Originally, this reality was not provided with an official nomenclature, and it was accepted that the events from Batman: Year One, Dark Knight Returns and All-Star Batman all took place within separate continuities. It was retroactively established that all of Frank Miller's Batman works, including Year One, take place in the same continuity.[4]

See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. All-Star Batman and Robin #8
  2. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1
  3. Augie De Blieck Jr. (December 28th, 2007). The Commentary Track: "Countdown: Arena" #4 w/ Keith Champagne. Comic Book Resources. Retrieved on October 15 2008.
  4. Peter Sanderson (February 6, 2006). IGN: Comics in Context #119: All-Star Bats. IGN.com. Retrieved on October 15 2008.

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