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Swordsman Joker Goon
MartialArtistGoon
General Information
Real name: Unidentified
Alignment: Bad
Affiliation: Joker (Boss)
Bob the Goon (Underboss)
Characteristics: Gender - Male
Hair - Black
Eyes -
Portrayed by: Sken Kaewpadung[1]
Appearances: Batman

This man was one of the Joker's many Goons. He was never seen with the rest of his gang.

BiographyEdit

This Goon wore a beret and had a tattoo on his left cheek. He was not present during the Incident at the Flugelheim. This Goon attacked Batman in an alley, after the car chase through the streets of Gotham. He appeared after screaming and flipping over a tall fence. He came at Batman while dual wielding twin scimitars against him. He slashed at Batman, who easily deflected the blades with his shielded gauntlets and boots. Batman struck him on the head but it appeared that he was only briefly stunned. When the Goon came at Batman in a screaming frenzy again, Batman kicked him in the head, causing the Goon to flip back and land on the ground passed out.

Other AppearancesEdit

The Swordsman appears in the 1989 Mega Drive/Genesis game Batman, based on the movie of the same name. In it, he appeares in the second part of the fourth stage, Gotham City streets. Similar to his appearance in the movie, he jumps out and fights Batman in an alley, using acrobatic flips, and his two scimitars, which deal a great amount of damage to Batman. He still has his beret and sunglasses, however, instead of the standard Joker Goon jacket, he has on what appears to be body armor.

The Swordsman Goon also makes an appearance in the 1990 Batman adaption for the PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 in 1990 (identical to his arcade appearance). He is the first boss in the final stage at the Cathedral, protecting the Joker from Batman. Here, he will jump and do somersaults and try to kick Batman. He has his scimitars, however, he does not used them in the fight. Upon being defeated, he will fall through the ground, creating a hole used in defeating the next boss. In this appearance, he is wearing all black, and also attacks with his two scimitars, which he sometimes throws.

The Swordsman Goon also appears in the 1990 arcade game also titled Batman after the movie. Here, he appears as an enemy in the third stage, who again jumps out and attacks Batman right before he can reach the Batmobile in an alley in Gotham City (his appearance is identical to how he appears in the PC Engine/Turbografx-16 game). He also reappears in the fourth and final stage at the Gotham City Cathedral. Him and the other goons are trying to stop Batman, who is looking to take down the Joker. He fights by jumping and flipping and slashinging with his two scimitars, which he sometimes throws.

References Edit

  1. Thorpe, Julian (August 24, 2010). "Grandmaster Sken takes on street troublemakers!", The Bolton News. "Among his achievements, Grandmaster Sken choreographed the fight scenes in the first Batman movie, starring Michael Keaton, and appeared on-screen as a swordsman in a cameo role." 

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