There have been many live-action adaptations of the joker in various shows and movies over the years, with an almost constant debate among fans over which adaptation is the best. in the comics of DC Comicsthe Joker himself has given his two cents on the matter, declaring which live-action version of him he hates the most.
In Harley Quinn and Birds of Prey #two in Amanda Conner and Jimmy PalmiottiHarley returned to gotham city to take revenge on those responsible for the attack on his friend in the previous issue. However, her journey didn’t go as smoothly as she thought, because when the Joker learned that she would be back in town, he decided to try to kill her.
With him to help in this murderous mission, the greatest villain in the Batman recruited a replacement for Harley Quinn, who goes by the name of Harley Sinn, a villain who is just as obsessed with the villain as Harley Quinn used to be. As the two prepare to go after Quinn, Joker finally reveals his least favorite version of himself.
Joker gives Sinn a new outfit, as the original reminded him so much of the harlequin, a new outfit that covered much of his tattooed body. When Sinn asked the Joker if covering up his tattoos was deliberate, he replied: “There was a time when I found them attractive, but nowadays they are a trigger”.
This was apparently a reference to the interpretation of Jared Leto of the character in squad Suicidal from 2016as this is the clearest connection between the Joker and the tattoos, as Leto’s version of the Clown Prince of Crime was heavily tattooed.