|04.03.2016 – “Batman: The Killing Joke” is one of the greatest graphic novels from DC Comics it defined The Joker’s origin, which for some fans considered it as canon in the main DC Universe that defined the character from its previous incarnations.
It was announced a while back that Warner Bros Entertainment is developing an animated feature film based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.
Mark Hamill who lends his voice and for most of the generation who have seen Batman: The Animated Series synonymously known him as The Joker. It was confirmed last month that Hamill would eventually voice The Joker for The Killing Joke along with Kevin Conroy reprising Batman from that same series.
DC Entertainment released a 10-minute behind-the-scenes look at how “Batman: The Killing Joke” was conceive and conceptualized. It also features the main voice actors in Conroy and Hamill joining them are Tara Strong and Ray Wise.
Bruce Timm, the producer of this upcoming animated film has been connected to Batman ever since as one of the executive producers of “Batman: The Animated Series” talks about the challenges in bringing the classic one-shot graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland to animation where they based most of the art from another artist in Kevin Nowlan as close to Bolland’s art style.
The 10-minite sneak peek takes a closer look on all aspect of why “Batman: The Killing Joke” is revered as one of the best graphic novels where you can more stories how to it came to be below:
“Batman: The Killing Joke” will be premièring at this year's San Diego Comic Convention hosted by Warner Bros Home Entertainment and the film arrive in stores soon.