Posts tagged with ‘the joker

Mark Hamill does a scene from Star Wars, voicing both Luke Skywalker and the Joker

If only Disney also owned DC, this would probably happen at some point— Jedis vs Justice League or something.

Rumor has it that The Joker might be making some sort of appearance in Batman vs. Superman

With DC using Batman vs Superman as their main launching pad into Justice League, they’ve got to be careful not to overload the movie too much with characters. There’s already the titular Batman and Superman, and there will be appearances by Wonder Woman, Cyborg and Green Lantern, with Nightwing and Doomsday rumored. And the movie already has its main villain with Lex Luthor, so what’s up with BvS cinematographer Larry Fong tweeting a picture of a playing card embedded in concrete? There isn’t room at this point for the Joker in the film, but it is reasonable to think that they could tease the character as a lead-in to having him as the main villain in Justice League, which would certainly bring in the crowds.

Read the story here

Effing incredible Batman fan comic ‘The Deal’ shows what would happen if Batman and the Joker finally destroyed each other

image

Even though the Joker is and kinda always has to be a constant presence in the Batman universe, and the Joker has done pretty much everything to push Batman to his personal limits, but Batman has never crossed the line and killed the Joker. In return, the Joker kills everyone but Batman just to keep fucking with him. But what if there were no more lines? What if these two arch rivals finally went all the way? I think this comic just broke my mind.

Read it here

Heath Ledger’s creepy Joker character study diary

"I sat around in a hotel room in London for about a month, locked myself away, formed a little diary" - Heath Ledger on his preparation for The Joker role in Christopher Nolan’s THE DARK KNIGHT. Extract from the documentary "Too Young To Die". Kim Ledger, his father, speaks.

Two Jokers in the same creepy fucking photo
These are just two highly detailed collectible figures, but it still kinda gives me the chills.
Via

Two Jokers in the same creepy fucking photo

These are just two highly detailed collectible figures, but it still kinda gives me the chills.

Via

This one was how Jack Nicholson came to be cast as The Joker
In 1980, while scheming a silver screen pitch, Michael Uslan, the man who bought the rights to “Batman,” came across a promotional image of Nicholson’s character from “The Shining” in the New York Post… Uslan painted over the image with whiteout and transformed Nicholson’s furious features into that of the clownish villain.
Via

This one was how Jack Nicholson came to be cast as The Joker

In 1980, while scheming a silver screen pitch, Michael Uslan, the man who bought the rights to “Batman,” came across a promotional image of Nicholson’s character from “The Shining” in the New York Post… Uslan painted over the image with whiteout and transformed Nicholson’s furious features into that of the clownish villain.

Via

Get a load of the Joker’s new look in the DC New 52
When the Joker makes his return to Batman in the New 52, this is the face he’ll be sporting. That’s fucked.
Via

Get a load of the Joker’s new look in the DC New 52

When the Joker makes his return to Batman in the New 52, this is the face he’ll be sporting. That’s fucked.

Via

Lost’s Michael Emerson is cast as the voice of the Joker in The Dark Knight Returns

I’m really looking forward to DC’s animated feature length adaptation of The Dark Knight Returns, and now that Michael Emerson, whom you may remember as Ben Linus from Lost, has been cast as the voice of the Joker.

Read more »

So where the hell was the Joker in The Dark Knight Rises?

Of the zillion Dark Knight Rises rumors that once filled the corners of the internet, one I was hoping for was to see, even if just for a couple seconds, some bit of the Joker. But not a thing. Not a single second of repurposed cutting floor footage showing the Joker locked up in Arkham, not even a single fucking word. Not once in DKR did anyone mention the Joker. At all. But the novelization of the movie may provide some answer. Not a good one, but it’s something.

Read more »









See all IHC Reviews here

Want to submit a review for IHC and make a few bucks?
Please drop us a line and let us know what movie, game, book or TV show you want to review and we'll hold your spot. See full review guidelines here.