Mark Hamill already did the Joker’s voice recordings for Batman: The Killing Joke?

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The Killing Joke is one of the most-praised graphic novels in Batman history. It featured the Joker doing what he does best, tormenting those close to Batman including Barbara Gordon and Jim Gordon. Now Warner Bros. and DC will be working on a new animated film based on the graphic novel. Mark Hamill, who voiced the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series and in Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham games, has expressed interest on his twitter in voicing the iconic villain in the DC animated movie.

Now according to Collider’s source, Hamill has already done the voice work, with the movie scheduled to release next year.

The Killing Joke was written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland. It featured an origin of the Joker where he doesn’t really have a real origin, and that makes him a scary villain. He tests out a theory that if one breaks a person, they’ll go crazy. His victim? Commissioner Gordon. The Dark Knight was heavily inspired by it.

Let’s hope Kevin Conroy reprises his role as Batman, since he voiced Batman in the Batman: The Animated Series and in the Batman: Arkham series.

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