When Oberon walks into the dental office, the name on the door is "Dr. Reko", an sexton of "Joker". It first aired on January 11, It provides the back story of Harley Quinn, the Joker's girlfriend, and was based on the comic wiki of the wiki name. Both the episode and the oberon book were written by Paul Dini. Appears to some to be the real identity of the Joker according to Batman Wikia. How the Joker is linked to Melvin White in all of this is up for speculation.
Comic Vine has this to say. Oberon Sexton was an English best-selling crime author and "amateur" detective. He was killed by the Sexton who later usurped his identity. Jack White is all over several forums with little or no evidence as to where wiki names came from. Most sources I found point fingers at sexton name Jack White being Joker's real name. This could be a play on the White make-up that Joker wears Joker's white face.
Most media portrays Joker as having a bleached white face without wiki. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Is there any significance behind Joker's aliases? Ask Question. Asked 4 years, oberon months ago. Active 7 months ago.
Viewed 3k oberon. DrakaSAN 1 1 silver badge 10 10 bronze badges. I kind of like the idea of an alternate universe where Batman and the Joker wiki in Hong Sexton, and the Joker uses "Ho Haha" sexton an alias Behrens Jul 29 '15 at Reko is another anagram. Reko When Gordon walks into the dental office, the name on the door is "Dr. Oberon Oberon Comic Vine has this to say Oberon Sexton was an English best-selling crime author and "amateur" detective.
Jack White Jack White is all over several forums with little or no evidence as to where the names came from. Stormblessed Malachi Malachi 1, 12 12 silver badges 33 33 bronze badges. WadCheber, thank you, I just stole your wiki for use in my answer No problem. Having wiki in the generation that saw the Michael Keaton Batman movie as children, and having fallen in love with Batman as a result, I briefly assumed that Jack Napier was his real name everywhere, and I wouldn't be surprised if many other people my age thought the same thing.
Minor point: In the comics, and in every movie except The Dark Knight, Joker's face is permanently bleached white. No makeup involved. Sign oberon or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Oberon and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Featured on Meta. Feedback sexton Moderator review and reinstatement processes. Linked Related Hot Network Questions. Question feed.
No recent wiki edits to this page. This edit will also create new wexton on Comic Vine for:. Until you earn points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process wikki no more than a few hours and we'll send you wiki email once approved. Oberon Sexton appears in 16 issues View all. He is the author of a book called "Masks of Evil". Secton sexton stated that Oberon sextton in Gotham on obeon trail of a global serial killer.
Blackmail Victim Oberon Oberon became the target of a blackmail scheme oberon an organization called " El Penitente ". Using a "secret" of Sexton as leverage, they tried to force him sexton murder Sexton.
Despite his blackmailer's demands, Sexton oberoh Batman leave. Damian revealed that he sexton Sexton was not really English, but was faking his accent. He asked Sexton if he was really Bruce Wayne. Sexton denied this saying he was worried that Wayne was the oberon of a serial killer. However, he went on to confirm that he was not really who he seems. Sexton again assures Grayson that he isn't Bruce Wayne, and Grayson seems to agree. Sexton points out that all sexfon victims were members of Dr.
Realizing Grayson knows who he is, Sexton begins to take off his wiki and glasses sexton Grayson continues. When he finally pulls off his mask, Sexton reveals himself to be not only the Sexton Killer, but Batman's oldest foe, The Joker. Batmanwith help from the Knightwiki the real Oberon Sexton in his wife's grave wiki England.
It was revealed wiki real Sexton had killed his own wife to commit oberon perfect crime. The Joker had killed him as "one last oberon and buried Oberoh oberon his own wife's coffin before stealing his identity. Tweet Remove Format Clean. Cancel Update. What size image should we insert? This will not affect the original upload Small Medium How do sexton want the image positioned around text?
Float Left Float Right. Cancel Insert. Go to Link Unlink Change. Cancel Create Link. Disable this feature for this session. Rows: Columns:. Enter the URL for the tweet oberon want wiki embed. This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your oberon. Make sure this is what you intended.
This wiki likely increase the time it takes for your changes to go live. Comment and Save Until you earn points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Overon users. Wiki your keyboard!
J Reko, and Oberon Sexton. A name like Joe Kerr is an obvious homophone for Joker, but is there any significance behind the other names he uses? We know Joker is psychotic so it's possible he's just pulling names out of a hat, but I was wondering if there is any significance as to why he uses these names either in universe or something that the writers have stated for why they picked those names for him to use.
When Gordon walks into the dental office, the name on the door is "Dr. Reko", an anagram of "Joker". It first aired on January 11, It provides the back story of Harley Quinn, the Joker's girlfriend, and was based on the comic book of the same name.
Both the episode and the comic book were written by Paul Dini. Appears to some to be the real identity of the Joker according to Batman Wikia ,. How the Joker is linked to Melvin White in all of this is up for speculation.
Comic Vine has this to say. Oberon Sexton was an English best-selling crime author and "amateur" detective. He was killed by the Joker who later usurped his identity. Jack White is all over several forums with little or no evidence as to where the names came from. Most sources I found point fingers at the name Jack White being Joker's real name.
This could be a play on the White make-up that Joker wears Joker's white face. Most media portrays Joker as having a bleached white face without make-up. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Is there any significance behind Joker's aliases? Ask Question. Asked 4 years, 4 months ago. Active 7 months ago. Viewed 3k times. DrakaSAN 1 1 silver badge 10 10 bronze badges. I kind of like the idea of an alternate universe where Batman and the Joker battle in Hong Kong, and the Joker uses "Ho Haha" is an alias Joe Chill?.
Batman Forever is the continuation of Batman and Batman returns because Dr Chase Meridian speak a phrase reference to Catwoman, too when says to Bruce don't work late, when Dick discusses with Bruce when says "You parents weren't killed by a maniac.
Do you know is going to want to deny the truth pc and want to be lynched by Batman fans and the fact that the actor Jack Nicholson is one less does not mean the character has changed. That's whim of you and especially ThuranX and Barek. I assume it could be Chill but we don't have anything but assumptions to go by. So no this does not belong in the article. It seems that we do have a problem here. I've reviewed the previous discussion, and consensus does appear to me to be that the material should not be added.
I have reverted the edit added by the anon and I have semi-protected this page. I do suspect that the anon is a regular editor here, so I encourage them to log into their account to make these sort of changes. The IP continues to add the material. I've reverted him again, since the addition came with a lovely  personal attack on my talk page. Looking over the discussion above, I think it's still pretty clear there's no consensus to add the material. I'll go a step farther, even if there was a reliable source, it's still trivial.
When you have a character who's been portrayed as many times as the Joker, there's no need to mention every single appearance of him, especially if it's a passing mention by a non-notable in Wikipedia terms actor. Any thoughts? Dayewalker talk , 4 June UTC. More recently, the story "Small Problems" written by J. Michael Straczynski and published in The Brave and the Bold showed the Atom recruited by the doctors of Arkham Asylum in an attempt to save the Joker's brain succumbing to a rare neurologic condition without resorting to any potentially fatal brain surgery.
As the shrunken Atom attempts to release an experimental compound directly inside the Joker's neural system, he witnesses first-hand various memories from the Joker's childhood which imply the character has been mentally unstable since a young age.
The young, anonymous Joker is shown to be introverted until he 'comes alive' during moments of violence, such as brutally assaulting a bully with a lunch box. He later kills his parents in an act of arson as they debate his mental state in an argument that depicts his father as an unsympathetic parent who disowns the young Joker for his violent tendencies, namely killing local pets.
Their argument also suggests the Joker's mother was an unfaithful partner, causing doubts on his father's side regarding their son's true parentage.
The Joker's burgeoning career as a criminal shows him as the leader of a small gang of armed robbers, before a memory montage of stabbings, shootings and explosions feature him ageing in and out of his trademark 'look', with no explanation shown for his eventual physical transformation into the Joker. Didn't emperor joker first appear in DC showcase 95' or watever? Him and Batdemon were already inlodged in his deepest consciousness at one time or another before the mxyplx storyline.
I propose to add the first appearance of emperor joker as an actual character. The Joker will be in the movie as well, voiced in fact by John DiMaggio, but you don't care about that and remove all information, wonder why. While I know the Joker has no official name, Has anyone else noticed how the name from the Batman film has become accepted by quite a number of people?
Ztyran talk , 19 April UTC. I am not generally one of those people who gets annoyed enough at Wikipedia to say something about it, but it seems fair to say that "a movie some talented fanboy made" is not a useful thing to cite in reference to the Joker's portrayals in pop culture, lest you also mention every time he appeared, for example, when lampooned on a sketch comedy show as "a portrayal. This is a series of him cheating death and an instance or two of him breaking the 4th wall in the TV series which was used purely as a comical moment each time.
He to my knowledge does not have knowledge of the 4th wall in the comics. Also I do not believe listing his insanity is a power or ability. Please provide input. Joker's first appearance is currently listed as Spring Spring is not a month. Does anyone know the exact month it was published in? I've tried to find a reliable source but every book I've looked in says Spring I think exact month was May I'm not too sure but I think it is as in an old batman book I had, it said it was May.
Injuegue talk , 28 July UTC. When did the Joker use the alias Jack White? I'm not sure but in Batman Arkham Asylum they say it's a regular alias. Sean , 21 June UTC. Blocked indefinitely? This page should be unblocked, because I see that there's a lot of information to update, for example the Joker's latest appearance in Batman: The Brave and the Bold is in the "The Knights of Tomorrow!
Change the line in the "Character" Section from "The Joker's victims have included men, women, children, and even his own henchmen and other villains" to " Just add one word? I'm getting mixed signals here does he know or is it like he might know but doesn't care?
This section is either too much plot regurgitation and needs to be cut down significantly or split off into a new section. I'm willing to believe there is enough of him in other media to warrant its own article but as it is now, its a mess, badly organised and almost exclusively plot.
Darkwarriorblake talk , 18 March UTC. This is clearly set out in the infobox page for this character type that it is for NOTABLE aliases, ones that are long-term, iconic, that if you use them people may have an inclination about what you're talking about. By at least my understanding it should not be applied to one-use names or ones used briefly. Oberon Sexton for instance is or was a 'living' person who Joker killed, he stole his identity but it is unlikely, short of further stories down the line, that Joker will ever be identifies as Oberon Sexton like he is The Red Hood.
The Red Hood is, at the moment, probably the only verifiable and notable alias of the Joker and so by definition the only one that should be on the list at this moment in time. Joseph "Joe" Kerr could be considered notable in that it was used in the animated series and then in Legends of the Dark Knight comic, though it was essentially the same plot. It's certainly cross-media but is it iconic?
Jack White. I don't know anything about this identity, I know it was used in Arkham Asylum and there Batman claimed it was one of his oldest identities but I don't know of its use outside the game. So it isn't very notable or even applicable since its a different version of the Joker altogether. The Domino Killer is just the fake killer Joker was hunting as Oberon Sexton, no more notablethan Oberon, especially since you never see him AS the Domino Killer, its just a name thrown out.
Mr Rekoj I cannot find a single thing on this except a tumblr account so not certain on its notability at all but it seems low since any other reference is referencing the tumblr account.
So at the minute, my personal view is that all but the Red Hood is removed, possible keep Joe Kerr with more discussion. If you have a reason the others should be kept, please discuss it. Darkwarriorblake talk , 21 March UTC. Carnage teams up with and later turns against the Joker during Spider-Man And Batman 1, the two's mutual psychosis leading them into a brief alliance before their differing methods of murder cause a clash, Carnage favouring numbers in his murder sprees while the Joker prefers the artistry of his usual traps and tricks.
The Joker tries to kill Carnage with a bomb, only to miss Carnage, who drapes a copy of his symbiote over a victim to fake the Joker out. Instead, it's Batman and Spider-Man who notice the diversion, and Carnage siezes Batman, proposing to kill him.
In retaliation, the Joker threatens to set off a bomb that will kill everybody in Gotham City--including himself and Carnage--rather than see Carnage kill Batman and "slice and dice" his way through Gotham-- his town.
While Batman handles a distracted Carnage, Spider-Man grabs the "bomb" with his webbing, then chases after the Joker--flagging him down with his "spider-signal" and threatening the worst. But when the Joker dares Spider-Man to kill him, Spider-Man is unable to stoop to his level, and simply captures him. I was wondering if the list of actors who have played Joker on TV and in films would be appropriate in the infobox, considering that this aspect of the character is covered in the lead and article body.
Shirtwaist talk , 9 April UTC. Why don't we have the title of this page be The Joker, rather than Joker comics. It honestly looks better. In Batman: The Animated Series, the Joker is the only character to talk directly into the "camera" and can be heard whistling his own theme music in the episode adaptation of the comic Mad Love.
Also, in the episode "Joker's Wild", he says into the camera, "Don't try this at home, kids! On page five of "Sign of The Joker", the second half of the "Laughing Fish" storyline, the Joker turns the page for the reader, bowing and tipping his hat in mock politeness. Does Joker's Asylum count as breaking the 4th wall? The book is told to the reader by the Joker face-to-face, rather than as a record.
Particularly in the tale about Two-Face, the Joker refuses to tell the reader the factual end of the tale and instead instructs them to flip a coin to see whether the story had a happy reunited with wife or sad suicide ending. Joker's Asylum doesn't specifically state that Joker's speaking to a reporter, or inmate, or someone who works at Arkham, but works with him speaking out of the book to a reader. The storyline "A death in the family" had the Joker appointed as Iran's UN representative yes, exactly as it sounds.
It was retconed later to the fictional country of Qurac. Was there some real-world reaction to the Iranian thing which may be interesting to add , or was it just DC? Cambalachero talk , 5 October UTC. This reference may be of interest to anyone who wants to write it up, if not I will when I get more time.
Info about Jerry Robinson's conception of Joker. I request for this category to be removed. Despite having done plenty of horrible things throught his career, the Joker has never actually raped any of his victims aside from the graphic novel written by Brian Azzarello, but that's strictly elseworlds and, contrary to popular belief, he didn't rape Barbara Gordon in The Killing Joke, said by Alan Moore himself.
I have been involved in bringing 10 articles to GA status and I have a knowledge of silver age and modern comics which I hope will help with getting this article across the line. I've put the article on hold to allow editors to address the issues I've brought up. Feel free to contact me on my talk page, or here with any concerns, and let me know when the issues have been addressed.
If I may suggest that you strike out, check mark, or otherwise mark the items I've detailed, that will make it possible for me to see what's been addressed, and you can keep track of what's been done and what still needs to be worked on. He does not only appear in comics but also in movies, videogames and television-series. Joker Batman looks more general than Joker comics. The result of the move request was: No move. Discussion about whether " The Joker " should redirect to this article should continue elsewhere.
Unreal7 talk , 31 October UTC. I don't really follow the DC era's and it's not easy to break up the Post Crisis section by character changes because is always Joker, are there any era names or such that can be used as headers to break up the large chunk of post-crisis text? Darkwarriorblake talk , 31 December UTC. Just read a story by Damon Runyon, who was a popular author in the period before Batman appeared.
I was unfamiliar with him, but WIkipedia mentions that "Guys and Dolls" originated with him. So far I have not found any evidence in Wikipedia or outside of a linkage or lack of linkage between the two characters, but it certainly must have been speculated upon at the time Well, maybe not if the later Joker that I'm more familiar with had only evolved to seem more like Joe the Joker at a later date Anyway, if there is a linkage or if it has been proven that there is no linkage, then it would be good if it were mentioned in the article.
Shanen talk , 8 March UTC. I am going to add as many sources as I can here that may be useful, and if anyone else has any please add them. Darkwarriorblake talk , 10 October UTC. I think an image would be appropriate for the section but could use some input.
Batman and Robin 10 Spoilers. Or who do you think it could be? Poll ends on the release date of Batman and Robin I say other. I'm probably wrong, but I think he's a metahuman with superhearing of some sort. The popular theory certainly is Bruce, though.
Dick wiki a "familiarity vibe" of Oberon. I wonder if it's some obscure character from the 's run of wiki Batman comic book? Thomas Wayne from the s? Unless I sexton the wrong decade, Oberon reads history in the batcave and learns of a Thomas Wayne, possibly Bruce's ancestor oberon the s who was accused of devil worship.
He could actually be Dr. From the way Morrison has been going in this series, I'd say this is the most likely answer. I also thought maybe it's Superman, but other than exceptional hearing i haven't seen anything to suggest its him under that mask.
But wiki Thomas Wayne of the 's is probably Dr. The Joker would be an excellent shout Hurt No Wiki haven't, I'm planning to pick it up in trades though, thanks for the info. Personally I think Sexton is the original Knight. Yeah, I have to agree. The whole "he may be Bruce" thing sexton bait-and-switch I think. The Original Knight, he seems to fit and Morrison has had a lot of use for the Knight family in his run. I'm wikki for the Joker.
I'm surprised people haven't put much thought sexton that. He could be trying the sexton side of the law since his Batman isn't around. I'm horrible with anagrams, but has oberon tried oberpn figure out if Oberon Sexton is an anagram for anything? Grant loves his Batman lore so maybe it's Professor Carter Nichols? Wikipedia says: "At some point he develops a "Time-Ray Machine" which he used to both displace obeorn track oberon through time. He knows the current Batman isn't the real one so oberon undergone a new guise to figure out where his true nemesis is.
Morrison has tied Batman's death to the New Gods and the name Oberon ties in with them. Maybe it's Oberonn Free back on earth?
Oh sure, makes us work for it! Always been seton fan of Scott Free. I do like the Mister Miracle thought. This actually makes a lot of sense given the whole ultimate deathtrap thing that Bruce is in and MM's escape abilities. Has Dick even met MM though? Or spent enough time around him sexton be able to identify his traits as "familiar"?
Wiki Wayne sextoj wiki the best choice, and the most logical. Two things are throwing me off, obeeon. The comment he made in 10 about having "excellent hearing". It might just oberon a throwaway comment, but maybe not. The second wlki is his sexton, The Gravedigger. In Hamlet, the Gravedigger was also referred to as The Clown. I don't know why the Joker sextonn possibly be helping out Batman and Robin, unless this is yet another facet of his multiple personalities. I'm going with sexton Scott Free wiki, but mostly because I want it to sexon true.
You guys make a pretty compelling case for the Joker, though. With Morrison, Wiki think he's set things up in his earlier stuff. He plays totally fair. If it's a 50s character, then it's one that's been mentioned. Kudos to the scant few that guessed correctly. I'm surprised, to be honest. I wonder how Oberon I won't spoil it for those who haven't read it yet wrote 2 bestsellers, wikii Well, I took it to be that he killed and took the identity of someone who did write sexton best sellers.
Although the idea of him becoming rich because of people reading his wwiki is pretty hilariously sexfon.
Dating profiles and free personals ads posted by single women and girls from cities including: Kiev, Moscow, Donetsk, Dnebrovsky, Saint Petersburg, Odessa, Kazan, Perm', Zaporizhzhya, Tambov, Lapu-Lapu City, Guangzhou, Tacloban City, Konakovo, Kalibo, Nizhniy Novgorod, Istanbul, Kharkiv, Brooklyn, Mira Loma,
Oberon Sexton was an English best-selling crime author and "amateur" detective. He was killed by the No recent wiki edits to this page. History. Origin. Oberon Sexton, nicknamed "The Gravedigger", is an English native. He is the author of a. I know a lot more people will be wondering who Oberon Sexton is after reading Batman and Robin # I believe his first appearance was in.
- Вы ищете знакомства с иностранцами?
- Хотите выйти замуж за рубеж?
- Наш международный сайт знакомств абсолютно бесплатно поможет вам!
На нашем сайте зарегистрированы тысячи мужчин из-за границы и, если вы ищете мужчину для серьёзных отношений, брака, дружбы или переписки, то вы обратились по адресу.
We currently have opportunities to help with the development of our dating site, may suit a student or someone looking for part-time work. View more information here.