Top 40 Joker Quotes

In this post, you will find great Joker Quotes from famous people, such as Ivan Toney, Steve Miller, Paul Dini, Colin Mochrie, Brian Azzarello. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

The Joker,’ I made the album in 17 days and it was my last shot.
I wouldn’t call the Joker exactly easy to write.
I always think of the Joker as the ultimate bully. Nothing he says is funny except to him.
I’m a traveling practical joker. That’s my line of work.
I think the Joker resonates with people as much as Batman does.
Joker’ is, of course, a character of my generation grew up with, and it’s a character you know really well and have strong opinions about. He’s been a larger-than-life character in fiction. He’s one of these rare characters that have had such strong performances.
Hildur Gudnadottir
I can like Jack Nicolson’s Joker, and I can like Heath Ledger’s Joker. There’s other Jokers I don’t have to like.
Mr. Freeze is motivated by different things. He doesn’t really have that much of an axe to grind with Batman. Batman is an irritation and an impediment to him, not an enemy that he hates. He doesn’t have the hatred that the Joker has for Batman.
The greatest villain of all time is The Joker – he always has been, and I don’t know anyone who’s not going to have Heath Ledger’s performance burnt into their brains for the rest of their lives.
I love Bane. I love the Joker. I love Batman.
We’ll go out and we’ll be playing in front of 15,000 people and say, ‘Hey, we’re going to do three new songs from something we just recorded‘ and 5,000 people get up and go get a hot dog and a beer and they don’t come back until they hear the opening strings of ‘The Joker’ or ‘Fly Like an Eagle.’
I’m a very loyal boyfriend. I’m a bit of a joker… I can be romantic, but not too sickly.
If you actually read the ‘New Gods‘ tetralogy, this epic without an ending, it’s like dipping your head into madness. You feel a little bit like the Joker for a little while. And I mean that in the best way possible.
Dickinson is my hero because she was a joker, because she would never explain, because as a poet she confronted pain, dread and death, and because she was capable of speaking of those matters with both levity and seriousness. She’s my hero because she was a metaphysical adventurer.
In truth, I’ve never been a big superhero fan. I don’t mind some of the movies, and a couple of the cartoons were alright – that Batman series from the early nineties where Mark Hamill voiced the Joker is sweetness. But largely, I’ve not really had much time for superheroes.
Ben Peek
There’s some of these villains that are just crazy and they do it just to do it. Then you got The Joker, who says he’s an agent of chaos and he comes back in different forms every time, comes back to fight Batman he’s a different character, different guy.
You can’t tell a Batman story without the Joker, and you can’t tell a Joker story without Batman. They’re just the symbols of the best and worst of humanity.
I was foreign and Jewish, with a funny name, and was very small and hated sport, a real problem at an English prep school. So the way to get round it was to become the school joker, which I did quite effectively – I was always fooling around to make the people who would otherwise dump me in the loo laugh.
I want to entertain my audience. I know when then come and see me play, if I don’t do ‘Swing Town,’ ‘Jet Airliner,’ ‘Take the Money and Run,’ ‘True Fine Love,’ ‘Fly Like an Eagle,’ ‘The Joker,’ blah blah blah – if I don’t do all those songs, they’ll be extremely disappointed. I love to do them.
So once I thought of the villain with a sense of humor, I began to think of a name and the name “the Joker” immediately came to mind. There was the association with the Joker in the deck of cards, and I probably yelled literally, ‘Eureka!’ because I knew I had the name and the image at the same time.
Jerry Robinson
I don’t know about you, but every time some joker points me out as I walk through an airport wearing extra-small Dolfin shorts, a tank top and leg warmers, I get a little upset.
I wouldn’t want to be Superman. Batman would be cool. But the one I’ve always wanted to play is the Joker. There is a maniacal and dangerous side to me.
Most of Charlotte‘s character is really who she is. A lot of who Ashley is is Charlotte and the same with my dad. It’s not like I’m the Joker.
Trump would either be the Scarecrow or the Joker.
The Joker is a tremendous vehicle for talented actors. Cesar Romero’s was a bubbly, lunatic criminal. Nicholson did him as a vain, preening manipulator. Heath’s performance of the Joker was remarkable, too. His was a low-simmering crazy street clown. Joker can be played all these ways, and they’re all true.
My father, the practical joker, did not care for practical jokes on himself; he did not encourage the practice in me.
I remember when Heath Ledger talked about playing the Joker… I always used to look out of the side of my eye, going, ‘Yeah, actors.’ But there really is a darkness when you are playing someone psychotic – you have to go there mentally.
If I end up hosting ‘Joker’s Wild,’ please shoot me.
Elvis was, at least the times I was around him, Elvis was a practical joker. He was always, had some little mischievous something going.
I think portraying the Joker’s point of view would do a disservice to that character. As soon as you get inside his head he would lose so much power.
I want to play my Joker. Not the Joker, but my Joker. S

I want to play my Joker. Not the Joker, but my Joker. Somebody who can have fun doing wrong.
The Joker is my favorite villain of all time: You don’t know his past; you just know what his plans are.
I really didn’t have any plan for her other than the henchgirl role, who was better at getting laughs out of the other gang members than the Joker was. I gave her the name Harley Quinn because I thought Harley was a fun name for a girl, and a lot of ‘Batman’ character names have a bit of a pun to them, like E Nygma.
I always read interviews with people and they say I was a right joker at school, I was a right loner at school – but I was just kind of average.
My favorite Marvel villain is Doctor Doom from Fantastic Four. For DC, I think it’s a popular choice, but it’s the Joker.
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m way more of a joker than I am a serious person.
I am a joker in my family. I don’t need to do anything, but the things I say and my actions make everyone laugh without even realizing.
The Joker is my favorite villain of all time.
When I was younger, I used to love Tim Burton’s ‘Batman.’ I was, like, 15, and even then, I was aware, ‘This is really the Joker’s film.’ It’s like, the Joker just takes over, and Batman, you really don’t learn too much about him.