Yeah, but my point is that post-crisis Joker did stuff that pre-crisis didn't do. Post crisis Joker crippled Barbara, killed Jason (until it was retconned) and has done so many evil things, masterminding all sorts of stuff. And since post crisis Joker is taking on an admittedly tougher and smarter Batman, then I think it supports my theory that post crisis Joker >>> all others.
Admittedly the pre-crisis Joker has an extensive knowledge about boners. ;-p
" People are forgetting that Cyclops is quite good at strategy when it comes to his blasting skills Also Sue will seek to fight back. Is not like she'll just make an orb and sit in it while reading a magazine... "
And because of that and how she can keep a shield up AND attack at the same time (not to mention render herself invisible) Cyclops is fighting a losing battle.
While pre clearly was violent and intelligent, I just think the post crisis Joker had less limitations. I don't really like all of the most super recent stuff with Joker like that god awful split tongue and bullet wound in his head (and I believe that's no more) but wasn't it post-crisis Joker who got Mr. Mxy's reality warping powers?
And Hamill's Joker voice and laugh will forever be who I imagine when reading anything about Joker.
The comic one will trump ALL other forms, and as far as which version? I'd say post crisis.
Heath's would fail due to the fact he has little to work off of and is limited to the "reality" of the Nolan verse. Jack's Joker couldn't fight worth crap. Heath's Joker also has no immunity to Joker toxin, so he'll get that sooner or later. How ironic is that that a Joker dies from another ones toxin? Kevin Michael Richardson's version was a great fighter and still had some brains, but doesn't strike me as the smartest Joker out of them all (not counting comicbook versions).
Hamill's is rather strong depending on which episode we're going off of. If we count "Arkham Asylum" and the upcoming "Arkham City" for Hamill, I'd be more inclined to say out of the non-comics he would win. He'd still fall to the comicbook versions though.
Is this an "overall" match? In a physical fight Jack's would be annihilated... As far as planning goes I'm willing to bet that Hamill's comes the closest to the comics, but some of the stuff the comic versions have done are quite astounding. For some reason I'm still going to say post crisis Joker, but maybe someone with more input can give some insight on this.