Object » Jokermobile appears in 39 issues.

    The Joker's custom automobile.

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    When the Joker became an anti- Batman of sorts, using derivatives of Batman's technology to rescue crooks in trouble for a cut of their loot, one of his most prominent gadgets was the Jokermobile. The Jokermobile appeared as little more than a customized car. When Batman and Robin were captured by the Joker, and the Joker escaped in the Batmobile, Batman and Robin ended up using the Jokermobile to catch up to him. In another instance, Batman and Robin broke into the Jokermobile and installed a miniature microphone. They eavesdropped on the Joker to obtain information about various crimes.

    A later appearance of the Jokermobile included a large springloaded boxing glove in the trunk.

    When Animal Man traversed Comic Book Limbo, the Jokermobile was seen, derelict.

    According to Harley Quinn, Joker had retired the car around the time they started dating, claiming to be all done with such an embarrassing vehicle. She persuaded him to take her for one last spin in it, but a couple of teenagers laughed at it. After killing them, Joker locked the car in the loading dock, promising "never again".

    Other Media

    Brave and the Bold

    In the episode "Game Over for Owlman!" Batman sends the Jokermobile with Plastic Man inside to distract his friends so he and the Joker can escape.

    In the episode "Hail the Tornado Tyrant!", Batman and Green Arrow (In his Arrowcar) chase after the Jokermobile. It almost gets away with the aid of a large hot air balloon, but the Arrowcar pierces the balloon with arrows. It is also shown to be capable of replacing its wheels with springs.

    In the later epsiode "Death Race to Oblivion!", the Joker and his Jokermobile are among the super vehicles participating a death race being controlled by Mongul. Among the gadgets this Jokermobile has are a giant whoopee cushion (Used to push Black Manta's tripod off a cliff), a giant jack-in-the-box (Used to distract the Coulrophobic Guy Gardner to break his willpower and destroy his Green Lantern car), a giant Joker Fish (Used to smash in the Batmobile's windshield) and a giant flower that spews acid (Used to destroy the Huntress' Motorcycle). Following destroying the Huntress' motorcycle, she bursts one of the mobile's tires with her crossbow, causing it to crash.

    LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

    The Clown Prince of Crime's car is confirmed to be a DLC vehicle in the game.


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