Lego Batman Movie Joker 3D School Backpack Rucksack Boys – Maqio

Lego Batman Movie Joker 3D School Backpack Rucksack Boys

£6.99 Regular price £10.99
by LEGO

Product Specifications

  • Ages:
  • Size: 32.0 x 25.0 x 8.0 cm
  • MPN: LEG-J-8814
  • Batteries: N/A
  • Weight: 281 g
  • EAN: 5055114360354

Unleash the madness with this Lego Batman school backpack featuring the Joker's menacing visage! This clowning criminal looks delightfully despairing on this backpack that'll have your friends reeling in jealousy!

The Joker is a supervillain and the archenemy of Batman. He is also known as the Clown Prince of Crime. Originally appearing in Batman #1 (Spring 1940), he was a skilled crook with a sly sense of humour who had a diabolical sense of fun. In spite of the fact that the character was originally planned to make a one-time appearance, the character's quick success insured that the character would continue to appear, eventually becoming a regular adversary of the Dark Knight and Robin, the Boy Wonder. By the late 1940s, Joker had been recast as a harmless joker, and his popularity had soared. As the 1960s passed, he faded from public view, only to be re-introduced in the 1970s as a more genuine menace and one of the most notorious villains in the history of Gotham City. Since then, the figure has evolved into something of an evil embodiment, taking pleasure in torturing Batman and attempting to drive him into the role of villain.

The Joker is widely regarded as Batman's arch-nemesis, and he has been responsible for a number of catastrophes in the Dark Knight's life, including the paralysis of Barbara Gordon and the murder of Jason Todd, the second Robin, among others. In many incarnations, his persona has evolved through time, with the most popular portrayal being that of a criminal genius who engages in illegal activity for his own amusement. Additionally, the Joker is regarded to be one of DC Comics' most known characters, having engaged in battles with other heroes like as Superman and Wonder Woman. Aside from that, the character has also established himself as a symbol in popular culture, often via his representation in different media relating to Batman and other DC characters.