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The Joker is the archenemy of Batman. Making his debut in Batman #1 (1940), he has represented chaos opposite Batman's order ever since. In the comics, he is responsible for crippling Barbara Gordon and killing Jason Todd. This is his tenth animated appearance.
The Joker is a recurring villain on Young Justice. He is Batman's archenemy and a member of the Injustice League. He was voiced by Brent Spiner, who also played Lore in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Sadistic Criminal Joker is a one-shot villain from the animated series Young Justice. He is a member of the Injustice League and helped his team destroy many cities in order to get a ransom. Joker appears in the episode, "Revelation" as a major antagonist.
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This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Young Justice and its tie-in comic book series. It is an adaptation of Joker. The original character was created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and Jerry Robinson and first appeared in Batman #1. Joker was voiced by Brent Spiner
After that little tease of Joker in the first and second issues of the YOUNG JUSTICE comic book (see a neak peek here) this year, it was about time the Clown Prince of Crime made a full appearance in the series. That is what was rumored over the last few months, and was officially confirmed at SDCC.
As DC Animation has such a solid track record with their characters, it came as a bit of a shock that Young Justice 's Joker was so awful. Unfunny, unintimidating, and more awkward than anything else, this version of the Joker is almost universally hated by the Young Justice fanbase and we're glad he stayed in season one.
Young Justice is essentially a young counterpart to the famous adult team, the Justice League.   The main setting is a fictional universe apart from the previous DCAU and other continuities (designated at one point as Earth-16  ) during a time period in which superheroes are a relatively recent phenomenon.