Joker is the definitive bat-villain. An unpredictable and terrifying enigma, the Clown Prince of Crime is able to be portrayed in various ways. I liked painting the greenish-white skin, the hair, and the red-rimmed eyes.
This version- my favourite of these sculpts- is the Jim Lee portrayal seen in Hush (2003). I don't know if my miniature is warped, but I like the crazy tilt. I do wish there was a 'bang' flag for his revolver.
|Hush- Batman #613 (2003)|
In the Scott Snyder run (2011-2016), Joker had cut off his face and this mask became a horrific totem. This Joker really emphasised the terrifying aspects of his personality, wearing his skin as a mask and dressed as a mechanic- Mr Joe.
|Batman #13 (2012)|
This last Joker is more physical, jacked up on Venom.
|Batman: The Dark Knight #3 (2011)|