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Jeff the Killer is NOT a Ripoff of the Joker!! by GhostFreakFan01 Jeff the Killer is NOT a Ripoff of the Joker!! by GhostFreakFan01
Ok, I'm sure every one has heard about Jeff being a "Joker Wanna Be" (and I'm tired of it) But, he's NOT! He just looks like him and is crazy like him! Jeff is much more darker than Joker in my opinion.
They have ALOT of differences.....Not saying that I hate Joker because of this. I'm a fan of BOTH! Its just that, Some one had to make this........

:iconjokerplz: is from Batman

:iconjeffthekillerplz: Creepy pasta

You may use this stamp if you want to and if you agree with me. XD
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Creepypastagirl16662 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  New member
Do you know how many times I got called The Joker just cause I was dressed up as Jeff?


Luckily it was different this year
GhostFreakFan01 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Well then that's good
mclakka Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Student Artist
But everything else is Jeff the killer ripoff
GhostFreakFan01 Featured By Owner May 30, 2014
Well, alot of OCs ripoff of Jeff
Delphoxsparkle777 Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's about time someone said it straight!
vivalma Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
of course he's not, he's obviously Snow White...
GhostFreakFan01 Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
Ha XD 
Shnozberriesx Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

I only found out about the story of Jeff the Killer today, and after reading the story, especially the descriptions of his appearance, I can easily see why he is considered a ripoff, or to put it more gently, at least "inspired" by the Joker character.

Since I only found the story today, the only resource I have found giving me clues as to when this story was created was from knowyourmeme.…


Pale skin is nothing new (especially where horror is concerned) but white skin brought about by a chemical fusion was Joker’s before it was Jeff’s, as well as the self-mutilation of creating a smile in "The Dark Knight" which (according to the only source I could find) was released about half a year before Jeff the Killer even began to get off the ground. The hair is kind of a moot point, since green hair gives Joker more of an identity, and is not necessary, nor encouraged, to be implemented on Jeff. The only things left setting them apart is the burned eyelids/leathery skin which has been in many things, but at least wasn't applicable to the Joker, unless my Joker knowledge is lacking.

In terms of insanity, they do differ. Where Joker is more of a genius/criminal mastermind who finds people's despair humorous, Jeff is someone who's overly fond of the power and thrill of killing, which is typical of a horror story and not of a comic (other than Zsasz which has already been pointed out.) In measuring which is darker...I'm not sure it can be done. It comes down to the extent they will go for what they desire, which I think for both is limitless. Jeff would kill anyone, not caring who it saddens, and Joker would humiliate or depress his target, not caring if he kills others in the process. If I was forced to decide, I would probably say Joker was darker, but that would only be due to his extreme intelligence and presence of mind, knowing exactly what he's doing and aware of what/who/how it will affect, whereas Jeff morphed into somewhat of a mindless killing machine.


In terms of appearance, I would argue that Jeff is not EXACTLY the same, but is very heavily inspired by Joker. In terms of character, Jeff is different than Joker, but heavily inspired by a majority of horror characters, unless the writer had a thing for Batman, in which case Jeff may have been inspired by Zsasz.

Marshmellow-Girl Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Agree T.T
GhostFreakFan01 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014
Thank you for agreeing :)
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