The newest Clown Prince of Crime in Batman’s hometown isn’t insane. He didn’t fall into a vat of chemicals. Honestly, he’s just kind of a dick. That’s what’s most scary about him.
Actually two Jokers and one Harley Quinn, but eh, details.
The Joker finally figures out where Batman gets his wonderful toys in this awesome stop-motion animation. Who can saved the Caped Crusader now?
The Joker, the Penguin, the Riddler, Harley Quinn, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze. Batman has always had the most compelling set of criminals for our hero to fight against — and if you look at them all as a group, the reason why they’re so much more interesting than any other villains out there becomes pretty clear.
Jared Leto’s prison-tattooed version of the Joker made a big splash the other day — but a radically transformed Joker is nothing new. Batman’s most iconic foe has undergone many revamps, reimaginings, updates and interpretations over the past 75 years. Here’s the complete history of the ever-changing face of the Joker.
Brian Bolland's illustration "Joker Trophy Wall" is already a pretty gruesome piece of art, with the Joker enjoying a pipe and a drink in front of the heads of rictus-grinning superheroes. Now Joker cosplayer and photographer Anthony Misiano has brought it to life as a photograph.
Joker, as a Chaos Wyrm and Batman as... well as The Dark Knight in DeviantART artist sandara's surreal piece. That's breathtaking! Like one of the bosses from Dark Souls, except it looks more evil.
Bane? Forget that musclehead. Batman's greatest enemy has always been the Joker. And in armor like this, it's possible that he wouldn't get sent back to Arkham like he always does.
They say given enough time and resources, Batman can defeat anybody. But let's be clear — Batman doesn't always have the time to plan or the resources he needs, and thus Batman is hardly undefeated in his crime-fighting career. Here are 15 different DC characters, heroes and villains, who have handed the Dark Knight a…
I don't know what's worse. Having this Sideshow Collectibles Sixth-Scale Joker figure standing on my desk, or knowing he's on a shelf or in a closet in his box, biding his time, chuckling under his breath.
So another Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece figure finally came out, and, as is my nature, I simply had to get it. This time, Hong Kong collectible figure maker Hot Toys came out with a version 2.0 to their highly popular Dark Knight Joker figure. Interestingly enough, the first Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece item I ever bought…
We're on the cusp of enjoying the next great Batman game, but if you're a big, big fan of the last one, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Square Enix has some mighty fine action figures you might be interested in.
Video editor and action master Yung Lee can't seem to make it to an anime convention without getting his ass handed to him by cosplayers.
The first The Dark Knight Rises trailer was just a tease, but this one really gives the people what they want. Bane, the return of The Joker and even some Cat Woman S&M action. If this doesn't get you excited for the end of the Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy, nothing will.
His hairline may be receding, but with his best girl at his side Batman's archenemy has never looked happier as he does in this new set of screenshots for Arkham City.
The struggle between madness and sanity continues in DC Universe Online, with Mark Hamill voicing the Joker and Kevin Conroy reprising his role as Batman, headlining an all-star cast that includes Adam Baldwin and Gina Torres of Firefly fame.
GameStop's holiday promo puts you in the feeted jammies of the infamous Nintendo 64 Freakout Kid. Or puts your face over his. Anyway, the point is they expect you to react this way to any gift bought from their store.