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[[caption-width-right:300:The Joker by [[http://alexrossart.com Alex Ross]]]]

The Clown Prince of Crime. The Jester of Genocide. The Harlequin of Hate. The Ace of Knaves.

''[[TropeCodifier The]]'' MonsterClown.

The Joker is a fictional comic book character, a supervillain who appears in comic books published by Creator/DCComics as a member of Franchise/{{Batman}}'s RoguesGallery. He first appeared in ''Batman #1'' (25 April, 1940). He was created by Bob Kane, Bill Fingers and Jerry Robinson, though credit for the Joker's creation is disputed; Kane and Robinson claimed responsibility for the Joker's design, but acknowledged Finger's writing contribution. Originally he was to die at the end of his second appearance, but the comic's editor wouldn't allow it. No doubt this annoyed artist Kane and writer Finger.

The Joker is portrayed as a criminal mastermind. Originally a fairly rational psychopath with a constant grin and an occasional sadistic sense of humour, he became a goofy prankster in the UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, before in the 1970s becoming the terrifying mixture of whimsy and bloodthirstiness that he's mostly been ever since. As Batman's arch-nemesis, the Joker has been part of the superhero's defining stories, including the murder of Jason Todd (the second Robin and Batman's ward) and the paralysis of Batgirl, Barbara Gordon. The Joker has had [[MultipleChoicePast various possible origin stories]] during his decades of appearances. The most common story involves him falling into a tank of chemical waste which bleaches his skin white, turns his hair green, and his lips bright red; the resulting disfigurement drives him insane.

Despite not having any superpowers, The Joker is often regarded as one of the most feared villains in DC Comics due to being incredibly cunning and morally uninhibited. He's intelligent enough to regularly match wits with Batman and depraved enough to commit acts so horrible [[EvenEvilHasStandards that even other supervillains find them to be unsavory]]. Although the Joker sometimes does join forces with other supervillains such as the Penguin and ComicBook/TwoFace, and groups like the Injustice Gang and Injustice League, these relationships often collapse due to the Joker's desire for unbridled chaos. ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' introduced a romantic interest for the Joker in his former psychiatrist, ComicBook/HarleyQuinn, who becomes his villainous sidekick. Although his primary obsession is Batman, the Joker has also fought other heroes including Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman.

One of the most iconic characters in popular culture, the Joker has been listed among the greatest comic book villains and fictional characters ever created. His popularity has seen him appear on a variety of merchandise, such as clothing and collectable items, inspire real-world structures (such as theme park attractions), and be referenced in a number of media.

The Joker has served as Batman's classical adversary not just in the comics, but also in live-action, animated and video game incarnations:
* ''Series/{{Batman}}'' (1966), played by Cesar Romero
* ''Film/{{Batman}}'' (1989), played by Creator/JackNicholson
* ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' (2008), played by Creator/HeathLedger
* ''Film/{{Suicide Squad|2016}}'' (2016), played by Creator/JaredLeto
* Creator/MarkHamill deserves his own list. Through voice acting, he has played the character more than any other actor.
** The ''Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse''
*** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''
*** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm''
*** ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''
*** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker''
*** ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock''
*** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''
** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' in ''Asylum'', ''City'', ''Knight'', and ''VR''.
** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' [[note]]He had been apprehensive about returning to the Joker for every new project, but always said he would return for ''The Killing Joke''[[/note]]
** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' by Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' by Creator/JeffBennett
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOrigins'' by Creator/TroyBaker,
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood'' by Creator/JohnDiMaggio
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' by Creator/BrentSpiner
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' by Creator/MichaelEmerson
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoBatmanMovie'' by Zach Galifianakis

Read in his own voice [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker here]].

!!The Joker Provides Examples Of:
* AbusiveParents: In the animated series, he claims to have been beaten as a child when interviewed by Harley Quinn. It is unknown if this is true. According to Batman, he's simply making it up.
-->'''Harley Quinn:''' Joker told me things, secret things he never told anyone...\\
'''Batman:''' What did he tell you, Harley? Was it the line about the abusive father, or the one about the alcoholic mom? Of course, the runaway orphan story is particularly moving, too. He's gained a lot of sympathy with that one. What was it he told that one parole officer? Oh, yes... 'There was only one time I ever saw dad really happy. He took me to the ice show when I was seven...'\\
'''Harley:''' ''(crying)'' Circus... He told me it was the circus.\\
'''Batman:''' He's got a million of them, Harley.
** In one issue of ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'', he claims to have been driven insane by an abusive grandmother, who also bleached his skin to its present pallor.
*** In the same continuity, he ''is one'' to a baby gorilla he adopts, trains up as a gun-wielding henchman, and ultimately gets killed off for laughs.
* AppropriatedAppellation: In ''Batman: The Man Who Laughs'', it's established that the name "The Joker" was given to him by the media, and he liked it so much that he decided to call himself that.
* ArchEnemy: A classic example to the Batman, and not just in the comics.
* AxCrazy: One of his main characteristics is his willingness to psycho on anyone, including his own henchmen.
* BadBoss: Willing to casually kill his own henchmen for any reason, be it part of a plan, for amusement, or simply on a whim.
* BadPeopleAbuseAnimals: Defied by The Joker in at least one story (''ComicBook/EmperorJoker''). Evil Jimmy Olson kills Superman, who has been turned into a dog, by crushing him underneath a fire hydrant. The Joker is simply annoyed, because he doesn't know how to make something as pointless as beating a dumb animal funny. Jimmy Olson is then beaten to death by two giant robots who appear out of nowhere.
* BondVillainStupidity: In a "Detective Comics" story written by Creator/PaulDini, the Joker (while impersonating a stage magician he had previously murdered) shot Zatanna in the throat so she couldn't recite a spell to save her, then locked her in a tank of water while strapping Batman in an electric chair. He didn't [[StatingTheSimpleSolution shoot her in the head]] because he wanted Batman to watch helplessly as she died. This didn't go so well because first, he's BATMAN! and second, Zatanna was able to write a healing incantation on the lid of the tank [[BloodMagic using her own blood, which made the spell even more powerful]].
* ClearMyName: In ''The Brave and the Bold'' has him framed for several murders and must use Batman's help.
* CombatPragmatist : While his fighting prowess varies from remarkably proficient to extremely weak depending on the writer, the Joker is a consistently dirty fighter, striking enemies when and where they are most vulnerable. Besides his myriad of gag gadgets, he often carries concealed weapons, gases and acids on his person, and is adept at utilizing nearby objects, such as tools and furniture, as weapons. He has no qualms kicking an opponent when they're down, and will employ deception, feigning surrender or defeat to get Batman to lower his guard.
* CopKiller: Sometimes police officers are among the Joker's victims:
** During ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' he and Scarecrow killed several members of a SWAT team, and one of his last actions in ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand'' was to kill Commissioner Gordon's second wife, Lt. Sarah Essen.
** One of the alternate realities seen in ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' was one where he killed Commissioner Gordon instead of [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke crippling Barbara]].
** Part of the reason Gordon takes over the post of Commissioner in both ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'' and ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'' is due to the Joker killing Gillian Loeb.
** He's holding a dead cop's corpse in his intro in ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' and using it as a puppet. He also talks to the body of one of the Regime enforcers who captured him once he breaks out and heads to Gotham.
* CreateYourOwnVillain: Most stories posit he was chased by Batman through a factory with NoOSHACompliance, which caused him to be exposed to acid, discolouring his skin and hair and driving him insane when he sees his reflection. Often he claims Batman is responsible for turning him into The Joker.
* CriticalPsychoanalysisFailure: Happens frequently, though this may be an indication of the competence of the staff at Arkham. One such time was with Dr. Harleen Quinzel, who bought his story hook, line and sinker and declared him sane, then broke him out of Arkham and started dating him (of course, her exact analysis was that he was utilizing ObfuscatingInsanity and it's implied that she was actually ''right'', so perhaps she was the only good doctor at Arkham after all...)
* DependingOnTheArtist: His depiction varies a lot between eras and between different artists in the same period. Major differences are whether he can form facial expressions other than a grin, and whether he is average-sized or freakishly [[LeanAndMean tall and thin]].
* DependingOnTheWriter: There are many huge variations, the most common and glaring being where he is on the spectrum between "wacky prankster" and "utterly depraved and sadistic villain who gruesomely murders, or does even worse to, everyone who crosses his path", and whether he is a competent hand-to-hand combatant or someone who ends up on the floor in seconds if he gets in a real fight.
* DiplomaticImpunity: In ''ComicBook/ADeathInTheFamily'', Ayatollah Khomeini appoints him the UN ambassador to Iran, giving him diplomatic immunity. This was later retconned to the fictional {{Qurac}} due to reasons of taste.
* TheDreaded: Easily one of the most feared villains in the entire DC universe. Other villains are afraid of him; it's been said that when criminals want to scare each other, they tell Joker stories.
* EnemyMine: ''ComicBook/TheBraveAndTheBold'' #111 and #191 have him team up with Batman to clear his name after being framed for several murders.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Oddly enough, this trope does occasionally apply to him.
** He abruptly [[ComicBook/BatmanAndCaptainAmerica ends a partnership]] with Comicbook/RedSkull when his Nazi affiliation comes out. Red Skull [[EvilCannotComprehendGood simply wonders why he is so surprised when he thinks that the Joker would make a great Nazi]]. The Joker is ''NOT'' happy about this, proclaiming "I may be a criminal lunatic, but I'm an ''American'' criminal lunatic!" Yes, folks, even an equal-opportunity murderer like ''the Joker'' despises the Nazis![[note]]The Joker had originally thought that Red Skull was just dressing up as a Nazi as a sort of theme, which he approved of because it sounded like great trolling.[[/note]]
** The exception is mentioned again in the ''Last Laugh'' arc where the Joker immediately refused to join the American Neo-Nazi Aryan Alliance group in the Slab after he was offered membership.
-->'''Joker:''' I'm evil and all that, but you guys are just plain mean.
** Will not harm dumb animals. There's no humor to be had.
** Sees nothing funny about someone parking in a handicap spot when they're not handicapped. However, he ''does'' think it's hilarious to hurt them in ways that will make certain they'll always be able to park there.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The Joker snapped because he "got the joke." That is, he came to believe that life is a meaningless, terrible joke, and the only proper response is to laugh (ie, go insane). What boggles his broken mind is that he knows that Batman also once reached that point, but didn't snap the way he did. Batman got the joke too, but he's not laughing...and the Joker doesn't understand why.
* {{Foil}}: To Batman in several ways: while Batman is a rather serious character who also refuses to kill anyone, The Joker is a rather comical character who revels in death; his gadgets tend to be rather goofier but much more lethal, such as the Joker Venom that he often uses to kill his victims; while Batman gets along well with his sidekicks Robin and Batgirl, Joker frequently abuses his sidekick Harley Quinn and has tried to kill her before; and, if the origin offered in ''Killing Joke'' is to be believed, both Batman and Joker had one bad day that put them on very different paths.
* ForTheEvulz / ItAmusedMe: The usual motives of the Joker.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: The key thing about his MultipleChoicePast is that no-one really knows who he was before he put on the Red Hood and fell into a vat of acid. As such, The Joker was literally a nobody... who turned into the DC Universe's scariest villain, and who at times can outclass the likes of '''Darkseid'''.
* FrozenFace: Most depictions have his face as such, with his massive rictus grin being something he can't really stop doing.
* GadgeteerGenius: While he seems to be a chemist first and foremost, the Joker has no trouble coming up with a range of tools and weapons of his own design and is easily as smart as Batman in this area. Other stories show that he has a solid enough understanding of such varied fields as engineering, computers and even robotics that he can at least hijack the sophisticated inventions of others and use them for his own ends with no difficulty whatsoever, and he is generally implied (though rarely outright stated) to have had a scientific background prior to becoming the Clown Prince of Crime.
* GlasgowGrin: Heath Ledger's portrayal features very noticeable scarring from such wounds and tells two conflicting stories of how he got them. Sometimes, DependingOnTheArtist, the Joker has one in the comics, usually in out-of-continuity stories.
* HumanHeadOnTheWall: There's a rather famous [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/joker_copy_4176.jpg piece of comicbook artwork]] drawn by Brian Bolland featuring The Joker lounging in a chair in front of a trophy wall mounted with the decapitated heads of various Creator/{{DC|Comics}} heroes and villains, all of them painted white and their faces distorted into a smile like the Joker himself. It's even been [[ArtImitatesArt parodied a bunch of times]] with other comic supervillains sitting in Joker's place.
* ItAmusedMe: His raison d'etre. Why kill people in horrific ways, ruin their lives, and generally make the entire universe a worse place than he left it? Because it's funny.
* JokerImmunity: The trope namer. He was originally conceived as a one-off villain but proved too good a villain, and a last-minute edit had him survive instead. [[spoiler:Too bad it doesn't apply in Tim Burton's ''Batman'', ''The Dark Knight Returns'' and the ''Arkham'' video game series.]]
* LethalJokeCharacter: In-Universe. Those unfamiliar with him tend to write him off as just some fool dressed as a clown, only to realize very quickly why they should keep their guard up around him. He's still one of the most dangerous characters in the DC Universe, despite existing in a world filled with super-humans and gods.
* MasterOfDisguise: A talent he possesses even in his earliest stories. Joker is an expert with make-up, costumes and impersonations and has posed as everything from police officers to doctors to even Batman himself. He can go to extremely elaborate lengths to pull off his deceptions too, fabricating entire backstories and staying in-character for months at a time to see his plans through.
* MonsterClown: One of the classic examples.
* MultipleChoicePast: Practically the poster child and possible trope namer. Even he isn't sure of his own history. The most accepted version introduced in ''Detective Comic'' #168 (1951) has him as a thug named the Red Hood who jumps into a vat of chemicals to escape Batman, disfiguring him and inspiring him to adopt the name Joker. Why he went by the name the Red Hood has changed over the years: ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'' claims he was a failed comedian pressured into becoming a criminal to support his pregnant wife. The trauma of his disfigurement from jumping in the acid and his wife's earlier accidental death drove him insane. However, even ''this'' backstory is questionable, as the Joker himself calls it "multiple choice".
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Some of the Joker's victims fall into this.
** ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' sees him kill David Endochrine and Ruth Weisenheimer, who were clearly based on Creator/DavidLetterman and Dr. Ruth Westheimer.
** During ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'', once he realizes that Azrael isn't Batman, his plan's gone to hell, and one too many criticisms from Creator/GeneSiskel and Creator/RogerEbert stand-ins, he kills the stand-ins.
** In one of the issues for the ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' tie-in comic, ''The Batman Strikes'', he terrorizes a stand-in for Creator/ConanOBrien. This becomes darkly HilariousInHindsight as the real O'Brien voiced Endochrine in the animated version of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns''. In the series proper, Harley's debut had the two of them terrorize a stand-in for Dr. Phil for the climax.
* NotAMask: Sometimes he pretends to wear makeup, but it ain't makeup. Jack Nicholson's version wore flesh-tone makeup over his pale skin several times after his transformation. Though, this is DependingOnTheWriter, as Heath Ledger's depiction ''does'' wear makeup. It's unclear if this is the case for Caesar Romero's depiction, as Romero's mustache is visible at times (he refused to shave for the part).
* NotMeThisTime: Though he certainly wouldn't mind committing them, he's been framed for murders he didn't commit several times, such as by James Gordon Jr.
* ObfuscatingInsanity: ZigZaggedTrope / DependingOnTheWriter. Some stories claims The Joker is actually sane, but pretends to be otherwise to avoid the death penalty. Others says he is genuinely crazy. It must be noted that Joker, like other Batman villains, was only identified as insane from the 70s onwards by various writers.[[note]]This was part of the trend of HollywoodMentalDisorders in the air and which DC editors and writers infused into the stories to keep it contemporary. It must be noted that from a legal perspective, Joker would not qualify as insane. Insanity has a separate clinical and legal definition, and a legal definition of insanity stops short at whether the person knowingly inflicts cruelty and accepts that he's breaking laws, both of which fits Joker perfectly[[/note]]
* OutsideContextProblem: A recurring theme of Joker "first appearance" stories in various adaptions, is that nobody in Gotham is prepared for a guy who's only in it ForTheEvulz. Also, the Joker himself likes to find these, and exploit them.
* PreInsanityReveal: The Joker, [[MultipleChoicePast depending on the version]], may have been an ordinary comedian before he went crazy and became a super-villain.
* TheReveal: When Batman sat in Metron's chair in ''ComicBook/DarkseidWar'', one of the questions he asked was who the Joker was and the answer freaked him out. In ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', it's revealed why: [[spoiler: The Joker is a LegacyCharacter: the Joker responsible for ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanEndgame'' is not the same man who [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke crippled Barbara Gordon]]--and neither of them are [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks the original Joker]].]]
* SelfMadeOrphan: In ''ComicBook/TheBraveAndTheBold'' #31, Atom reads his mind and sees The Joker burning his parents alive after they catch him killing animals.
* SlasherSmile: He wears one almost by default. Reportedly, it was inspired by [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/94/The-Man-Who-Laughs-%281928%29-Gwynplaine.png this photo]] of Creator/ConradVeidt in character as Gwynplaine (a man with a disfigured face, causing him to have a perpetual grin) in ''Film/TheManWhoLaughs'' by Creator/VictorHugo.
* StartOfDarkness: ''Detective Comics'' #168 posits he was a laboratory worker who becomes the Red Hood in order to steal a million dollars from his employers and retire. In ''The Killing Joke'' he quits his job to become a comedian, but fails and is coerced by mobsters to commit a robbery, becoming the Red Hood. His disfigurement and (in ''The Killing Joke'') his wife's death earlier in the story destroy what little was left of his sanity and he becomes The Joker. [[MultipleChoicePast Maybe]].
* ToCreateAPlaygroundForEvil: His motivation in stories like ''ComicBook/EmperorJoker''.
* UnreliableNarrator: Even he isn't sure of his own history, so anything he claims is suspect at best.
* VillainSong: There's no other villain who has belted out as many memorable music moments, not even the Music Meister. Three of them incidentally were sung by Creator/MarkHamill behind the mic:
** Creator/AlanMoore's "I go Loony" from ComicBook/TheKillingJoke, an in-panel song-and-dance tune that was eventually made into an actual song belted out in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke''.
** ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' has "Where's the Fun in That?" from the episode "Emperor Joker".
** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' ended with him covering The Platters' "Only You (and You Alone)", ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOrigins'' had him cover Music/HankWilliams' "Cold, Cold, Heart" and ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' had him provide an original composition, "Can't Stop Laughing".
* VillainousFriendship: No matter how bad things turned out last time, Comicbook/LexLuthor and Joker will ''always'' work together again.
* VillainousHarlequin: He was this during the [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]].He is also this in ''Series/{{Batman}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.

!!Appearances in Media
[[AC:Comic Books]]
* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''
* ''ComicBook/DetectiveComics''
* ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures / The Batman & Robin Adventures / Batman: Gotham Adventures / Batman Adventures''
* ''ComicBook/JokersAsylum''
* ''ComicBook/TheJokerDevilsAdvocate''
* ''ComicBook/VillainsUnited''
* ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''
* ''ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed''
* ''Creator/TangentComics''
* ''ComicBook/PlanetaryBatman''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanDigitalJustice''
* ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder''
* ''ComicBook/{{Joker}}'' (graphic novel)
* ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanNosferatu''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanVampire''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanIJoker''
* ''ComicBook/ADeathInTheFamily''
* ''ComicBook/GoingSane''
* ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke''
* ''ComicBook/MadLove''
* ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''
* ''ComicBook/JokersLastLaugh''
* ''ComicBook/EmperorJoker''
* ''ComicBook/SalvationRun''
* ''ComicBook/LastRites''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanRIP''
* ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis''
* ''ComicBook/WhateverHappenedToTheCapedCrusader''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanNoel''
* ''Comicbook/ArkhamAsylumASeriousHouseOnSeriousEarth''
* ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell''
* ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumMadness''
* ''Comicbook/GrantMorrisonsBatman''
* ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey''
* ''ComicBook/SupermanDistantFires''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanLegendsOfTheDarkKnight''
* ''Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}}''
* ''ComicBook/DeathOfTheFamily''
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' as part of an InterContinuityCrossover.
* ''ComicBook/{{Justice}}''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanWhiteKnight''

* ''Film/BatmanTheMovie''
* ''Film/{{Batman}}''
* ''Film/TheDarkKnight''
* ''Film/SuicideSquad2016''

[[AC:Live-Action Television]]
* ''Series/{{Batman}}''
* ''Series/BirdsOfPrey''
* ''Series/{{Gotham}}''

* ''Theatre/BatmanLive''
* ''Theatre/BatmanTheMusical''

[[AC:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/BatmanVengeance''
* ''VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame: Lego Batman''
* ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse''
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum''
** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity''
** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOrigins''
** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight''
* ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline''
* ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs''
* ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}} Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure''
* ''VideoGame/InfiniteCrisis''

[[AC:Web Originals]]
* ''WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs''

[[AC:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanWithRobinTheBoyWonder''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfBatman''
* ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanMaskOfThePhantasm''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker''
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman''
* ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock''
* ''WesternAnimation/KryptoTheSuperdog''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths''
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''
* ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends''
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''
* ''Westernanimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham''
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueAction''