Batman: The Killing Joke Archives

Looking Into The Philosophy Of The Joker
With the release of both Batman: The Killing Joke and Suicide Squad, the Joker is all the rage again Now the folks at Wisecrack have put together a really nice, detailed breakdown of the philosophy of the Joker and just how his existence is a direct reaction to that of Batman's They go back and[...]
Tara Strong Rocks The Harley Quinn Cosplay At SDCC
Tara Strong, the popular voice actress known for playing Harley Quinn in the Arkham games, Injustice: Gods Among Us and Lego Dimensions as well as playing Batgirl in Batman: The Animated Series and Batman: The Killing Joke, decided to hit the convention yesterday cosplaying as Harley. Kinda loved surprising the fans tonight #SDCC2016 #HarleyQuinn the funnest part[...]
Batman: The Killing Joke Extended To Two Nights In Theaters
Fathom Events is hosting Batman: The Killing Joke in theaters across the country Now they've announced that a second night and two additional show times have been added because of popular demand The animated film is based on the fan-favorite graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland and features the return of Batman: the[...]
Tara Strong Talks Batgirl In Batman: The Killing Joke
The headlines may be that Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy returned to the roles of The Joker and Batman for the new animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke… but where the new film differs from the Alan Moore / Brian Bolland graphic novel is the role of Batgirl The film expands her part and makes[...]
Kevin Conroy Talks About The Killing Joke And Working With Mark Hamill
He has been the voice of the caped crusader for 24 years and is returning to the animated cowl with the upcoming animated adaptation of The Killing Joke with long time Joker, Mark Hamill. Conroy sat down in his home with Tiffany Smith of DC All-Access to talk about the new feature length animated movie, how[...]
Essential 8 Batman Comics – Celebrating 75 Years of The Batman You Deserve
Year One, out of everything else on this list is my personal favorite.   Batman: The Killing Joke My second favorite Batman story ever is The Killing Joke Sometimes, The Killing Joke and Year One even fight it out on my favorites list but Year One always comes out just a hair ahead This book paved the way[...]