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Joker (Fictitious character)

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Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingJoker (Fictitious character)
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Variant(s)Napier, Jack (Fictitious character)
Fleck, Arthur (Fictitious character)
See alsoFor works in which Joker appears as Red Hood, and for other fictitious characters who used the Red Hood identity, search also under: Red Hood (Fictitious character)
Red Hood (Fictitious character)
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Profession or occupationSupervillains
Found inThe greatest Joker stories ever told, 1988: page 4 of cover (Comic villain ... few are as scary as The Joker; the Joker clearly hates The Batman) book jacket (the Clown Prince of Crime ... the most memorable fictional bad guy)
Manning, Matthew K. The world according to the Joker, 2014.
Wikipedia, viewed November 28, 2016 (Joker; fictional supervillain created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson, who first appeared in the debut issue of the comic book Batman (April 25, 1940); in his comic book appearances, the Joker is portrayed as a criminal mastermind; a psychopath with a warped, sadistic sense of humour; Batman's nemesis)
The Joker psychology, ©2019.
Encyclopedia of comic books and graphic novels, 2010: pg. 345 (Batman investigates the true identity of a long-missing criminal known only as The Red Hood... Batman uncovers that the masked thief was the Joker)
Wikipedia, Nov. 13, 2019 (In the 1989 Batman film the Joker's real name is Jack Napier and in the film Joker it is Arthur Fleck)
Wikipedia, viewed April 27, 2020 (Red Hood is an alias used by multiple fictional characters; Jason Todd is the most widely known character to assume the Red Hood identity in the main DC Comics continuity while the Joker has also previously assumed the Red Hood identity; The Red Hood first appeared in Detective Comics #168 February 1951, in the story The Man Behind The Red Hood who is revealed to be The Joker)
Batman Archives, 1990: Volume 8 table of contents (The man behind the Red Hood)
Associated languageeng
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