|Animated comic book.
||[Sep. 10th, 2009|07:04 pm]
The Joker in Ink: From Comics Books to Cartoons
This is pretty awesome shit right here, but CREEPY awesome shit...gives me the gibblies.
The voices are sooo out of character though!
True, but Gotham (& Superman's Metropolis) ARE located in New York. At least he didn't use a southern accent.
In the comics they are neither of them are considered to be in New York, what do you mean?
In various comics they keep hinting at what state Superman & Batman live in. Back in the Golden Age of comics, they just flat-out said New York.
Neither of them are in New York, it's been discussed like, a billion times since golden age.
Harley has a Brooklyn accent, Harvey has a Bronx accent.
There was this guy who told me that in his head, the Joker's voice was higher than Micky Mouse's. Can you believe it?
They were not trying to impersonate Batman and Joker, the dialogue is a clip from a movie.
The actors are Robert Deniro (Joker) and Al Pacino (Batman) from the movie called "Heat".
Very good movie I think, and the dialogue content matches the Joker/Batman relationsship for this animation I think.
I thought the dialogue sounded familiar. The special effects are creepy though.
Yeah, they are kinda creepy--like, something you'd see if you were hallucinating and reading a comicbook at the same time and they began talking, eek!
They made Joker squint too much I thought, wrinking his nose like he was sniffing. XD