BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE Won’t Be Mark Hamill's Last Time Playing The Joker
Mark Hamill’s version of The Joker will always be the definitive version of the character for me. He just owns it every time he voices the legendary DC villain. At one point he said he was going to retire from doing the character, but then he came back for the animated adaptation of Alan Moore’s Batman: The Killing Joke, and now it seems like he’s not going to stop playing the character anytime soon.
A fan recently asked Hamill on Twitter if The Killing Joke would be his last time voicing the character, and his answer was simply, “No.”
Every time he plays the character, fans like me wonder if it will be his last. The fact that he said no makes me wonder if maybe there’s another Batman animated film project in the works that hasn’t been revealed yet. If so, there’s a good chance that he’s already attached to it.
Who knows, maybe something will be announced at Comic-Con during the Panel after the world premiere of Batman: The Killing Joke. I’m just happy to hear that we haven’t heard the last of Hamill as The Joker.