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Joker's Gang is a large group of career criminals operating in Gotham City, led by the murderous Joker. The gang commits acts of extreme crime that almost always lead to large amounts of death and destruction, usually for the Joker's own amusement. Most, if not all, of them suffer from some form of mental illness; these are the kind of minds that the Joker attracts.

History

Creation

It's unknown how the Joker's gang came to be but is known the clownish madman upset the order established by the Falcones and Maronis and would begin to rise in Gotham City's underworld. Jonny Frost would join the gang sometime early on in the gang's creation and eventually become Joker's number one man in the syndicate. Presumably, the gang would topple all other villain's criminal empires, aiding Joker to become the city's top crime lord while having encounters with Batman.

Particular members of the gang, dressed in flamboyant outfits, would lend a hand in the creation of Harley Quinn shortly upon freeing the Joker from Arkham Asylum.[1]

Searching for Harley Quinn

In the present day, Joker is depressed his lover/partner is gone from his life for quite some time and has Frost look for her. By bribing some high-level officials, Frost learns that Quinn is being held in a maximum prison facility in the Louisiana swamps and informs his boss who uses his resources to find Harley and save his lover. Joker and his thugs travel across the country to get a prison official, Griggs, to help them in Joker's plan. They learn of Task Force X and the nano-bombs and later attack Van Criss Laboratories to force Van Criss, the inventor of the nano-bombs to help them save Harley.

They hijack a military helicopter in Midway City to save Harley but are shot down by the United States Military, killing them all except Joker and Harley.

When Harley is returned to her cell in Belle Reve after she helps Task Force X kill Enchantress and Incubus, with her little reward, Joker and another gang of thugs attack the prison, killing several guards and freeing her from her cell. Harley then embraces Joker, as they reunite together.[1]

Emancipation of Harley Quinn

After the Joker broke up with Harley Quinn, she was kicked out of the gang. After she declared their breakup publicly, the lack of the gang's protection resulted in numerous individuals coming after her, hoping to settle a score with her.[2]

Members

Current Members

Former Members

Gallery

Trivia

  • One of the gang members is wearing a Batman mask.

References

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