ByJonathan J Moya, writer at Creators.co
Movie loving owner of a fashion boutique.
Jonathan J Moya

Batman and the Joker have formed the ultimate hero-villain coupling for over 75 years now. The two have evolved together so closely that they now function as a symbiotic pair. Batman can't live without the Joker in his life and vice versa for the Joker.

London based illustrator Joe Stone has given the duo a well deserved retrospective tribute that shows how the two have evolved over the years as they transitioned through all forms, comic book, television, video games and LEGOs just top the list.

The illustrations are appropriately minimalist, but engaging.

Stone concentrates on both the similarities and differences; how Batman's cape and cowl both reflect and deflect the same in his evil nemesis.

Let me know which version of Batman-Joker is your favorite in the comment section. Personally my favorites are the Adam West and Cesar Romero TV version from the '60s. It is the version I grew up watching.

Original Comic Book Batman and Joker

Original Comic book Batman and Joker
Original Comic book Batman and Joker

Adam West and Cesar Romero Version

Adam West and Cesar Romero version
Adam West and Cesar Romero version

Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson Version

Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson version
Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson version

Animated TV Version

Animated TV version
Animated TV version

LEGO Version

Lego version
Lego version

Christian Bale and Heath Ledger Version

Christian Bale and Heath Ledger version
Christian Bale and Heath Ledger version

Video Game Version

Video Game Version
Video Game Version

Modern Comic Book Style Version

Current comic book version
Current comic book version

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