|Current Alias||The Joker|
|Base Of Operations||Gotham City|
|Universe||Injustice: Gods Among Us|
|Creators||Jerry Robinson, Bill Finger, Bob Kane|
|Injustice: Gods Among Us|
(April 16, 2013 (North America))
- Let's put a smile on that puss!
- -- Joker src
Joker was given a nuclear device by Lex Luthor of his world with the intention of destroying Metropolis. He had intended to be far from the city when it detonated, but when Batman arrives to try and stop him, he attempts to activate the bomb prematurely. However, he, Batman and several other members of the Justice League are teleported an alternate world. Joker attempts to take Batman down when his back is turned, but is defeated. Many soldiers from Superman's Regime arrive to apprehend Batman, thinking him to be the Batman native to their reality. Bruce escapes with a high-pitched sound modulator and smoke devices, which also provides Joker an opportunity to escape.
He later appears in Gotham City outside the base of the Joker Clan. The alternate Batman attempts to attack him, but is defeated by the Joker. Yellow Lantern and Hawkgirl appear shortly thereafter to arrest Batman, thinking him to be their Batman. Harley Quinn shows up and confronts the Joker, thinking him to be an imposter of the Joker native to her reality. When he defeats her, Harley realizes that this Joker is not her Joker, but a Joker nonetheless. She invites him inside the Joker Clan building.
The clown gives a speech about Superman's reign over this world and details the 5-U-93-R pill that Superman and Batman have access to. Joker reveals he had gotten one and ingests it; he then suggests they elevate the status of the Joker Clan and become much more than they are. After much applause, a swarm of Regime soldiers infiltrate the base and attack many members of the clan. Joker receives significant gunfire but remains alive due to the effects of the pill. He confronts Hawkgirl and Nightwing before Batman and the Insurgents, consisting of members of the Justice League native to his world, appear and repel the Regime. The Insurgent Batman later takes Joker to Arkham in order to keep him out of the way.
Harley Quinn later breaks the Joker out of prison and proceeds to commandeer a tank in Metropolis. When he and Harley come across Lex Luthor in the city, Joker orders Harley to fight him for his exo-suit. She is defeated, and the Joker proceeds to kill her but is stopped by Luthor.
After the Regime Superman is taken down, Harley escorts Joker at gunpoint back to his world.
"Single Player: Battle" Epilogue
This section of history takes place in a timeline outside that of normal Injustice: Gods Among Us history. Information here does not reflect the true history of neither the Injustice: Gods Among Us universe nor the Injustice: The Regime universe, and should not be seen as relevant to future sequels or comic adaptations.
Though he had failed to elevate the Joker Clan's status, Joker was convinced a similar organization could be successful in his dimension.
Joker used a series of devastating terrorist attacks to frighten the populace, the convinced the more gullible among them that he was the path to security. The new Joker Clan soon had millions of member worldwide and committed regular anti-government attacks, wreaking havoc on the global economy.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Superhuman Strength: Due to ingesting the 5-U-93-R Pill, the Joker possesses Kryptonian level strength.
- Superhuman Durability: Due to ingesting the 5-U-93-R Pill, the Joker was able to reflect several bullets from a machine gun off of his chest. 
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Basic): Joker shows that he can handle well in a fight, although using weapons to his advantage.
- Throwing: Joker is a master at throwing playing cards. He can easily hit a target from far away.
- Joker Gas: Joker has canisters of Joker Gas he holds on to. He either hits his enemies with the actual canister as a melee weapon or he can roll them for a long distanced attack.
- Joker Teeth: The madman keeps a collection of Joker Teeth at his disposal that he throws at his opponent's' feet.
- Gasoline and Match: When Joker beats his foe, he drenches them in gasoline before lighting them on fire.
- Knife: Joker's main weapon is his knife. He uses it for most of his standard attacks.
- Revolver: Joker has a revolver he keeps in his coat pocket that he can sometimes uses in battle.
- Crowbar: For more powerful attacks, Joker takes a crowbar from inside his jacket and begins to hit his enemies with it.
- Cards: Joker keeps a deck of razor sharp cards in his pocket. He usually doesn't use them in normal fighting.
- Rocket Launcher: Joker stores a rocket launcher with him to use when he uses is senselessly beating his opponent. When his foe is on the ground, the Joker points the rocket launcher at their face and shoots it.
- Acid Spitting Flower
- Boot Knife: When on an attack spree, Joker might kick his opponent with his retractable knife in the front of his boot.
- Joker has six available costumes.
- Joker makes multiple references to the storyline A Death in the Family.
- One of Joker's special moves is to viciously beat his opponent on the ground with a crowbar. This is a reference to how Joker killed Jason Todd.
- When beating alternate-reality Nightwing, Joker states that instead of "corrupting young minds," he "bashes them out of their skills." Following Nightwing's defeat, he says he has to tell Batman that "there's been a death in the family."
- 1 Appearances of Joker (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
- 5 Images featuring Joker (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
- 1 Quotations by or about Joker (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
- Character Gallery: Joker (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
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