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Originally conceived as an evil "court-jester" type, the character was initially rejected by studio writer Bill Finger as being "too clownish," but he later relayed the idea to Bob Kane.

You had a bad day, and it drove you as crazy as everybody else... You have to keep pretending that life makes sense, that there's some point to all the struggling! He was also ranked 8th on the Greatest Comic Book Character of All Time list, which was released by Empire (notably being the highest ranked villain character on the list), as well as being the fifth Greatest Comic Book Character Ever in Wizard Magazine's 200 Greatest Comic Book Characters of all Time list, once again being the highest ranked villain on the list.

A major addition to the character was the introduction of the character Harley Quinn.

Originally introduced in Batman: The Animated Series, Quinn is a clinical psychiatrist who falls hopelessly in love with the Joker in Arkham Asylum after he relays his tale of having an abusive father and a runaway mother, and now serves as his loyal, if daffy, sidekick, costumed in a skintight harlequin suit.

In these first dozen adventures, the Joker killed close to three dozen people, impressive for a villain who didn't use giant robots, mutant monsters, or space lasers, as was the status quo between 1940 until around 1942.

Ironically, the turning point came in "Joker Walks the Last Mile" (Detective Comics #64), when the Joker was actually executed in the electric chair only to be chemically revived by henchmen.

Cesar Romero Jack Nicholson Mark Hamill (Voice)Kevin M. It is of note that in his second appearance he was actually slated to be killed off, with the final page detailing the villain accidentally stabbing himself, lying dead as Batman and Robin run off into the night.

Richardson (Voice)Heath Ledger John Di Maggio (Voice)Brent Spiner (Voice)Michael Emerson (Voice) Troy Baker (Voice)Jared Leto Zach Galifianakis (Voice) "All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy. DC editor Whitney Ellsworth thought the Joker was too good a character to kill off, suggesting that he be spared.

Sometimes I remember it one way, sometimes another... Do you even know what triggered the last world war? The Joker is a master criminal with a clown-like appearance, and is considered one of the most infamous criminals within Gotham City.

Heath Ledger signed to play the Joker in July 2006, for director Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins sequel, The Dark Knight and won a posthumous Oscar for his performance.

As played by Nicholson, The Joker ranks #45 in the American Film Institute's list of the top 50 film villains of all time.

This was a major change as he was now the protagonist and in every issue, he was always apprehended and never killed anyone, due to writers telling series creator Dennis O'Neil to make these changes.

However, the development of the Joker as a sociopath continued with the issues "A Death in the Family" (in which readers voted for the character to kill off Jason Todd) and The Killing Joke in 1988, redefining the character for DC's Modern Age after the company wide reboot following Crisis on Infinite Earths.