10 TV Fictional Narcissists

10 TV Fictional Narcissists

2 – Joker (Harley Quinn): TV Fictional Narcissists

TV Fictional Narcissists


I never liked her take on the BTAS (Batman: The Animated Series) nor in the “Suicide Squad” movie.

A woman who WANTS to be an abusive relationship!

If Hollywood and tv have taught us anything, it is this…LOVE CAN CHANGE ANYONE FOR THE BETTER, right?


Harley in “Harley Quinn” is such a refreshing take on her character.

Although my favorite Harley Quin has to be from the Injustice Universe (along with my favorite Batman being from the Injustice Universe — but I digress.)

Joker, from almost any universe (not the “White Knight” universe), is a sadistic narc.

He lies, mistreats, uses, manipulates, obsesses, hurts, envies those around him.

His LOVE for Batman is what makes him so irrational.

Joker is a sadistic narcissist. He is not crazy.

He knows full and well what he is doing.

Joker plays the role of a nut case to keep getting away with all the B.S he does.

This is something that narcs do.

They pretend to be something they aren’t to get away with doing things no average person would be able to get away with.

The Joker is such a LOSER CHARACTER.

And I dare say the reason he is the number 1 villain in fiction is that many people behave and think like the Joker.

A loser character who seeks the attention of a winner character (Batman), and when he doesn’t get the attention, he destroys, maims, and kills to get attention.

The Joker SUCKS!

TV Fictional Narcissists

2 thoughts on “10 TV Fictional Narcissists

  1. I’ll mention a few. Some Animated Disney Villains like Scar, Dr. Facilier the Shadow Man, Frollo and his Hellfire song “choose me or you will burn”, Queen from Snow White, Cinderellas Stepmom from hell, Gaston who loves being superior and smear campaigns Bells father.

    Jerry from Rick and Morty is 100% covert narc loser!

    But the one Narc that is my all time personal favorite is the classic Narc, Luke Valentine from Hellsing Ultimate / Hellsing OVA.

    You see, Luke thought he was perfect. He thought he was top dog. “I have all your powers and MORE!”. But his opponent Alucard is on another level when he starts releasing his restriction levels.

    This character shines both in the original work as well as the Team Four Star Hellsing Abridged version. The abridged version is downright hilarious.

    And Luke totally gets what he deserves. If you like Laughing at Narcs, you’re gonna love what you see…

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