Considering we have read the graphic novel many times prior to the film coming out, we were pleased with the movie, and with the producers’ and writer’s adaptation of the graphic novel and the additional prologue for Batgirl. We didn’t quite understand which scenes made it Rated R, per se, as it really could have been PG-13, by today’s standards.
ToonBarn’s coverage of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) is coming soon, with LOTS of interviews and some panel highlights from several animated shows and movies.
This year, ToonBarn Head Writer Marc Morrell has over 30 interviews planned at SDCC and each day we’ll review the panels and interviews we’ve covered that day.
Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy will be reprising their roles in Warner Bros. Animation’s Batman: The Killing Joke as The Joker and Batman. Comic Book Resources confirmed the casting, reporting that Tara Strong (Barbara Gordon/Batgirl) and Ray Wise (Commissioner Gordon) will also join the cast. While the release date has not been released for the […]
Well… that basically gives you the difference between him and Batman. Batman is humble. He wants no attention. He lives in the shadows. People don’t even know he’s there. He just wants to do the good deed and disappear. Stinger is this total narcissist on an ego trip, announcing that he’s arriving. It’s so much fun to just blow out all the stops and do the exact opposite of what I am supposed to do as Batman.