|Aliases||Batman; Clown Prince of Crime|
|Base Of Operations||Arkham Asylum; Gotham City|
|Unusual Features||White skin|
|Universe||The Batman (TV Series)|
|Place of Birth||Gotham City|
|"The Bat in the Belfry"|
History of character is unknown.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Gadgetry: The Joker commits crimes with countless "comedic" weapons (such as razor-sharp playing cards, acid-spewing flowers, cyanide pies, and lethally electric joy buzzers) and Joker venom.
- Genius Level Intellect: The Joker is also very skilled in the fields of chemistry, genetics, and nuclear engineering. He also seems capable of mastering whatever he puts his twisted mind to when he wants to.
- Martial Arts: The Joker also moves and fights with a Monkey Kung Fu-like style using his feet as dexterously as his hands, and often hangs from the walls and ceilings (as the series progresses, these abilities do not appear as much).
- Singing: Joker has shown adept skills in singing when he once sang Harley Quinn a love song. 
- Joker was voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.
- Joker's line expressing how men are easily driven insane and how he became what he is after only 'one rotten day' is based off a monologue about the entire world in comparison to the Joker in Batman: The Killing Joke.
- The long dreadlocked hairstyle of Joker is inspired by the Jester's Hat, which are quite associated with The Joker or even The Fool.
- Basil Karlo, at the end of his first episode "Clayfaces", shows that he has somewhat of a friendship with the Joker. Ironically, the original Clayface has a gigantic grudge against the clown.
- 17 Appearances of Joker (The Batman)
- 7 Images featuring Joker (The Batman)
- 4 Quotations by or about Joker (The Batman)
- Character Gallery: Joker (The Batman)
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|Batman Villain(s) from the 2004 series |
This character, team or organization, was primarily an enemy of the Batman in either the 2004 television show The Batman. This template will categorize articles that include it into the "The Batman (TV Series) Villains category."