Joker appears in 2822 issues.
Abner is a mentally ill henchman of the Joker who fights Batman and Robin during the events of Dark Knight Returns.
In the Young Justice TV show universe, Albert Michaels & The Joker were part of that universe's Injustice League that took on the Young Justice Team.
She is the Joker's Aunt.
Brainiac is one of Superman's oldest and most powerful foes. A techno-organic being with a twelfth-level intellect and hyper-advanced technology, he travels the multiverse seeking civilizations to shrink and abduct, which he then adds to his collection of captured worlds. He has been responsible for the extinction of countless cultures and the deaths of untold billions.
The Neo-Nazi woman who worked for The Joker. She is well known for the pair of swastikas on her breasts & glutes.
Former Joker henchman who became one of Harley Quinn's Quinntets.
Buzz Bronski was once an enforcer of Salvatore Valestra. Buzz became a target of the vengeful Phantasm.
Carnage is the offspring of the alien symbiote Venom. It bonded with the crazed serial killer, Cletus Kasady, thus creating one of Spider-Man's most murderous, brutal, and lethal adversaries.
Joker and Cheetah, along with Lex founded Injustice League.
One of Joker's goons.
Chuckie Sol was once an enforcer of Salvatore Valestra. Chuckie eventually made it on his own as a counterfeiter.
A horrifying combination of joker and clayface.
A female assassin who specializes in venom.
Dekker helped Joker refine the chemical known as Dionysium which is a derivitive of the Lazarus Pit that got corrupted by ACE Chemicals. Unfortunately, Dekker's delusions was his downfall when he injected him self with a tainted but lethal does of Dionysium.
A henchman in Gotham City who was present the night Joker shot and paralyzed Barbara Gordon.
Delia and Deidre Dennis are the Dee Dee Twins, they are members of the Jokerz and the grandaughters of Harley Quinn. They have appeared in Batman Beyond, Justice League Unlimited, and the movie/comic book adaptation of Batman Beyond Return of the Joker.
The Original Count Dracula from Bram Stoker's famous novel. His character has been explored in many comics, including those released by Marvel, DC and many other publishers.
Elmo Burkhalter was a trustee at Arkham Asylum and briefly Joker's assistant.
Fixit creates weapons for villains in Vanity City. However, this often backfires as villains do not like to pay for what they take.
Officer Frank Boles was in league with the Joker during his takeover of Arkham Asylum. Boles comes from the Arkhamverse.
A shape-shifter, who uses accumulated DNA to add to his repertoire. He was one of The Slab inmates, who was jokerized during Joker's Last Laugh story arc.
Joker's original sidekick
The Gray Abbott is a genetic engineer responsible for the creation of the Azraels for the Sacred Order of St. Dumas.
A foreman at the Pink Chip Stamp Factory, Colonel Gumm is obsessed with stamps and as Batman put it a satanic, mad stampman.
The Joker's girlfriend/henchgirl. It's a love/hate relationship. She used to be his psychiatrist at Arkham, but fell in love with the clown prince of crime, lost her mind, and became his sidekick. There relationship seems to have ended when he tried to slice her mouth open after his latest transformation.
Cross-dressing villain in Scooby-Doo.
Hot-Streak was Static's first enemy in both the comic book and television show, as well as indirectly responsible for Virgil acquiring super powers. Hotstreak was also a member of one of the gangs that participated in the Big Bang.
Joker manipulates Humpty's compulsion to fix things in order to torture Two-Face. Afterwards, Joker agrees to help Humpty in fixing himself.
An enemy of She-Hulk and Nosferata. Parody of the Joker, though quite similar to Jeremiah Arkham.
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