Joe Chill is a fictional character in the DC Comics Batman series. In many versions of Batman's origin story he is a mugger who murders young Bruce Wayne's parents, thus making him indirectly responsible for Batman's existence.
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... Joe Chill appears in the 17th and final issue of the comic book series The Batman Adventures, which is set in the continuity of Batman The Animated Series ... In a story by Ty Templeton, entitled "Fear Itself", Chill is shown to have spent his whole life as a career criminal since the night he murdered Bruce's parents ... The story begins with Chill being released from prison after finishing a sentence for an unrelated crime, and it is apparent that he has living in fear since that fateful night ...
... Voice Actor Peter Onorati Joe Chill is a mugger ... confronts him and reveals himself, a terrified Chill asks for the villains (consisting of the Joker, the Mad Hatter, Mr ... Batman foils the villains, but the Spectre manipulates the events so that Joe Chill dies when he ends up collapsed by debris as a result of Batman redirecting the sonic gun that was to be ...
... wife Martha were shot dead in front of their son Bruce (Batman) by an apparent mugger named Joe Chill ... Chilton was also Joe Chill's mother ... Batman happened upon a smuggling enterprise run through a trucking company owned by Joe Chill ...
... He was the one responsible for hiring Joe Chill to shoot Thomas Wayne ... Batman learned of Joe Chill's identity from Lew Moxon before Lew died ... While in prison, Lew Moxon hired Joe Chill to dispose of Thomas Wayne which gave Batman a lead on who killed his parents ...
Famous quotes containing the words chill and/or joe:
“I say, I am quite done,
quite done with this;
you smile your calm
inveterate chill smile.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“This might be the end of the world. If Joe lost we were back in slavery and beyond help. It would all be true, the accusations that we were lower types of human beings. Only a little higher than apes. True that we were stupid and ugly and lazy and dirty and, unlucky and worst of all, that God Himself hated us and ordained us to be hewers of wood and drawers of water, forever and ever, world without end.”
—Maya Angelou (b. 1928)