One of his torture tactics is to hurt Gordon's daughter Barbara. The Joker shoots her, paralyzing her and ending her career as Batgirl, before stripping her down and taking pictures of her to show to her father.
He discovered that Barbara was working as Batgirl with Batman when he appeared to help the Bat Family to defeat the Joker and frustrate his plans. The New Batman Adventures, "Sins of the Father". He saw Barbara at the Batcave during his training, discovering her identity as Batgirl.
In 1966, Barbara Gordon, the daughter of Gotham's police commissioner, began fighting crime in DC Comics' "Batgirl." Then, in the 1988 graphic novel The Killing Joke, she was shot by The Joker, paralyzing her from the waist down.
In Bruce Timm's non-canon universe Batgirl also had a relationship with Bruce Wayne/ Batman. In the much maligned movie adaptation of the Killing Joke, there is a non-canon scene in which they did have sex. In this universe they have also dated. This was confirmed in Bruce Timm's Batman: Beyond.
The Joker shoots and rapes Batgirl | Batman: The Killing Joke
Did Batman get Batgirl pregnant?
In a world inspired by the beloved DC Animated Universe, Batman once got Batgirl pregnant. Not only is their past relationship scandalous to fans— it's also infuriating to Dick Grayson AKA Nightwing, who was Barbara Gordon's boyfriend at the time.
Jack Napier, also known as the Joker, is a fictional character introduced in the 1989 superhero film Batman, directed by Tim Burton. Primarily portrayed by Jack Nicholson, the character was based on the iconic supervillain the Joker.
When out fighting crime, Barbara came close to the Joker, one of Batman's biggest nemeses, and he got the better of her. During an exchange, the Joker shot her, and as a result, she lost the ability to use her legs. This plays out slightly differently in Titans, as Barbara lost one of her legs.
Batgirl and Batwoman are undeniably different characters. No Batwoman has ever been a Batgirl, and no Batgirl has been a Batwoman, but they form a crucial part of the Bat Family. After all, Gotham's a big city, and as we all know by now, there's plenty of crime to go around.
Gordon announced that he's fully aware that Barbara Gordon, his daughter, is Oracle and used to be Batgirl. Barbara's secret identity has been a long-running undercurrent of Barbara's role as a major asset to Batman in his war on crime, with the assumption that her father was in the dark about the matter.
When the Joker became obsessing over destroying the Bat-Family, he decided to arrange for his face to be surgically removed. According to the Joker, he did this to symbolize how even without his, "Mask" he was still the joker where-as Batman's Robins and Bat-Girls' identities were only mask-deep.
In 2011's Suicide Squad comic series, Harley Quinn got a new, expanded origin story in which The Joker tosses the psychiatrist, struggling against him, into a vat of acid, which dyed her skin white and also made her insane.
In Detective Comics #1 Batman chases the Joker down after he wipes out an apartment building, offing an entire SWAT team in the process. He's tossed into Arkham Asylum and wakes up to Dollmaker entering his cell and slicing his face off - just as Joker planned.
Recognizing she could no longer be the kind of superhero she had been, she instead devoted all her time to developing one of the world's most complex and powerful computer systems and set to work accumulating information, renaming herself "Oracle."
Savannah Welch plays Barbara Gordon, the former Batgirl current Gotham City police commissioner, in Titans season 3, but she's also a hero and inspiration in real life. Welch lost her leg in a freak accident in 2016, but she has never let the accident control her life or her ability to tackle a role.
Yvonne Joyce Craig (May 16, 1937 – August 17, 2015) was an American actress and ballet dancer best known for her role as Batgirl/Barbara Gordon in the 1960s television series Batman, Dorothy Johnson in the 1963 movie It Happened at the World's Fair and as the green-skinned Orion slave girl Marta in the Star Trek ...
Ledger described his character as a 'psychopathic, mass-murdering, schizophrenic clown with zero empathy', and Paul Levitz, president of DC Comics in 2002–2009, said, 'I keep coming back to the way he physically incarnates madness'.
"They did not want to dilute the very lucrative brand. It allowed for creativity on our end." The reveal finally explains why Gotham has never officially labelled Jerome or his brother Jeremiah as the DC villain, despite the characters bearing a striking resemblance to the Clown Prince of Crime.
Many years in the future, Barbara ultimately ended up marrying Sam Young, the District Attorney of Gotham in the 2030s. They had a happy relationship, but it is unknown if she told him about her past as Batgirl.