As far as superhero schticks go, Batman's laid claim to the all-purpose utility belt. It's been his gimmick throughout the decades, even though other comic book characters have attempted to replicate the Caped Crusader's ever-prepared prowess. (See: the pouch-drunk 1990s. I swore I saw Cable pull a tub of hummus out of his thigh pocket once.)
But half a century ago, The Joker attempted to improve upon the Dark Knight's utility belt with his own, garbage-filled version. In 1952's Batman #73, the Clown Prince of Crime unveiled his evil utility belt. And — because this was a period in comics when it was criminally acceptable to squirt glue into children's mouths — The Joker mostly used gadgets that would make Adam West queasy with disbelief.