Batman: The Killing Joke (auf deutsch etwa: Der Tötungswitz bzw. Der tödliche Witz) ist eine US-amerikanische Zeichentrickverfilmung der Graphic Novel. Sein Wahnsinn hat Methode – „Batman: The Killing Joke“. Von: Holger Bachmann Juli Witzmacher. Das steht deutlich auf dem Objekt der Kamera zu. Batmans Widersacher, der Joker, ist mal wieder aus dem Arkham Asylum ausgebrochen. Er überfallt Comissioner Gordon und verletzt dabei dessen Tochter Barbara alias Batgirl. Das hat zur Folge, dass sie fortan an einen Rollstuhl gebunden ist. Mit.
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Batman: The Killing Joke Navigation menu VideoHonest Trailers - Batman: The Killing Joke Batmans Widersacher, der Joker, ist mal wieder aus dem Arkham Asylum ausgebrochen. Er überfallt Comissioner Gordon und verletzt dabei dessen Tochter Barbara alias Batgirl. Das hat zur Folge, dass sie fortan an einen Rollstuhl gebunden ist. Mit. Batman: The Killing Joke (auf deutsch etwa: Der Tötungswitz bzw. Der tödliche Witz) ist eine US-amerikanische Zeichentrickverfilmung der Graphic Novel. Batman: The Killing Joke steht für: Batman: The Killing Joke, Originaltitel von Batman: Lächeln, bitte!, Comic von Alan Moore und Brian Bolland (); Batman. Batman: The Killing Joke | Moore, Alan, Bolland, Brian, Bolland, Brian | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf.
When she arrives and overpowers Franz, he makes her lose control and give him a savage beating, stopping just short of killing him. Realizing Batman was right, she retires from crime-fighting.
Later, Batman investigates a murder scene with Detective Harvey Bullock and concludes that the Joker , currently held at Arkham Asylum , might be behind the crime.
He goes to Arkham to talk to him, only to discover that he has escaped and put a decoy in his place. Joker then attacks Barbara and her father, Commissioner James Gordon.
He shoots her in the stomach, paralyzing her from the waist down, and takes Gordon to an abandoned amusement park.
There, Joker strips him naked and subjects him to torture, including showing him photos he took of Barbara, naked and in pain. The story is intercut with flashbacks of Joker's origin.
It is revealed that he was once a lab technician who quit his job to become a stand-up comedian, only to fail miserably.
Desperate to support his pregnant wife Jeannie, he agrees to help two criminals rob his former workplace. The criminals tell him that he has to use the Red Hood 's mask and caped costume, secretly intending to frame him.
During the planning, the police inform him that Jeannie and their unborn child have died in a household accident. Grief-stricken, he tries to withdraw from the plan, but the criminals strong-arm him into keeping his commitment to them.
At the plant, the criminals and the costumed comedian run into security personnel, and a shootout occurs. The criminals are gunned down and the comedian is confronted by Batman.
Terrified, the comedian trips and falls into the chemical plant's waste pond, and is swept through a pipe leading to the outside. As he removes his mask, he sees the chemicals have permanently disfigured his face, giving him a clown-like appearance.
His disfigurement, combined with the loss of his family, drives him insane and transforms him into the Joker. In the present, Batman finds and saves Gordon, while the Joker flees.
Despite his ordeal, Gordon remains sane and demands that Batman capture the Joker "by the book".
Batman follows the Joker as the latter tries to persuade him that the world is just one big joke and that "one bad day" is enough to drive an ordinary man insane.
Batman subdues Joker, tells him that Gordon has remained sane and concludes that Joker is alone in his madness.
He then attempts to reach out to him, offering rehabilitation. Joker apologetically declines, saying it is too late for him. He then says that the situation reminds him of a joke about two patients in an insane asylum who try to escape by leaping over to the adjoining building.
The first patient makes it across, but the second patient is afraid that he will fall. The first patient gets an idea and says, "Hey, I got this flashlight with me.
I'll just shine it across the gap between the buildings and you can walk across the beam and join me". But the second patient says, "What do you think I am, crazy?
You'll just turn it off when I'm halfway across! Batman and Joker then have a good laugh at the joke as the police arrive. The Joker's laugh trails off while Batman continues to laugh, leaving the ending as ambiguous as the comic.
In a mid-credits scene, Barbara is in her wheelchair entering a secret room in her apartment. She says " back to work " as she turns on her computers, the Oracle icon appears on her screen.
In , during San Diego Comic-Con International , actor Mark Hamill , who wanted to quit playing the Joker at that time, stated that he would be willing to voice the Joker for an adaptation of The Killing Joke , encouraging fans to campaign for said adaptation,   most notably in a tweet on October 24, The film only has life when the Joker is onscreen and that's for only half the film.
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Did he succeed? It is open for interpretation. I felt for him,for the first time in my life when he proved some sanity saying it was too late for him to be friends with Batman.
Batman had a darker tone,more serious and determined than ever and it was really terrifying seeing him laughing at the end.
Barbara, as Bruce said, was just a child and until their sex scene she felt it all as a game and a chance to be with her lover,her idol,her teacher.
The commissioner proved himself to be a strong man who kept his sanity in all of that carnival of madness. I feel the Batgirl backstory of almost 25 minutes was necessary and it was well chosen to portray her relationship with Batman and show that even if she was out there for three years she was not as ready as she initially thought.
Overall it was a masterpiece to witness and I hope this movie will open a new Animated Movie Universe fo Dc for more quality stuff,lead by Bruce Timm,of course.
First, It is important to say that I'm not a geek, a huge HQ fan, or anything like that. So, if you want a review done by an expert, this is not the review for you.
Otherwise, if you appreciate an honest review you can keep reading. Batman the killing joke is a great adaptation to the screens of a very successful HQ.
The humanity that the plot line conveyed to the joker, mainly at the end of the movie, was surprising. This was the high point of the movie for me.
His philosophy that states we should embrace the chaos through madness is well built and you can understand his answer to all the randomness around us.
At the end of this movie, you will probably even feel bad for the guy. Perhaps, you might even been convinced that, as the joker says, "we really are just one bad day away from being him".
Ps: English is not my first language, so don't mind the mistakes. Goddamn it. I really wanted The Killing Joke to be DC Animation's return to greatness.
The parts that are actually The Killing Joke are great, but I just can't ignore the first 30 minutes.
It felt like a random episode of a completely unrelated Batman TV show. I get that they wanted to make Batgirl more sympathetic and an actual character in the movie, rather than just a plot point, but honestly, who cares?
Who gives a crap about Batgirl? She doesn't matter, she's irrelevant to the story. The Killing Joke is supposed to be about Batman's relationship with The Joker.
Instead, it felt almost as If Barbara Gordon was the main character. If they didn't want to just do a direct adaptation of the novel because it'd be too short, I get it, but find another way to expand it.
But still, like I said, as soon as the actual movie starts, it's great. Hamill and Conroy were obviously great. They stole the show, specially Hamill.
I didn't like Commissioner Gordon's voice though, it sounded weird. Overall, good movie, but it should have been great.
I've read the comic months before this movie came out, and expected it to be almost the same. Instead I got a sort of prologue to the whole Joker-arc, and it included some interesting parts to Batgirl.
The whole story line regarding her made me think of Batman's partner, instead of seeing her becoming Oracle, as I never read any actual Batgirl comic yet.
It was entertaining to see her becoming attracted to Batman, and the problems that come with it are developed well.
She changed from being just another member of the Batfamily to a superhero with actual problems, especially the part about crossing the line.
It really showed her as a human being struggle with the boundaries of fighting crime. Then the actual comic started, and I wasn't disappointed.
It was an accurate adaption with only the animation lacking a bit, but the story was performed almost to perfection, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the comic.
The movie was good, but lacked in a good soundtrack, or I did not really hear any standout song in there. All in all, good movie with some minor flaws, but fun if you're interested in Batman or the comic.
As a Fan growing up with this comic book, I'd have to say it was spot-on fantastic. I loved how they didn't hide anything out from the comic and stayed to true it, and the film overall was truly touching and even played with my emotions a bit.
Kevin Conroy and Hamill were obviously very good Voice Actors in this and you won't be disappointed. As for the R rating, I absolutely think it earned the Rating R badge with a lot of similarities to the extremely dark comic itself.
The movie also gives you a great build-up on certain new characters in the film. SpandanNath 23 July What will hit fans on the face right in the beginning is how the movie begins.
Mark Hamill, during a promotion of the film, stated that Moore himself will probably not like the changes made in the film.
It is probably true. It is quite possible that fans will feel similarly. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits.
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In , during San Diego Comic-Con International , actor Mark Hamill , who wanted to quit playing the Joker at that time, stated that he would be willing to voice the Joker for an adaptation of The Killing Joke , encouraging fans to campaign for said adaptation,   most notably in a tweet on October 24, Sam Liu would direct and Timm would executive produce the film.
The film features a minute prologue that sets up the story. In January , Timm revealed that the film would be screened at San Diego Comic-Con in July.
He added that the team had to "add a lot more story" for the film due to the source novel not being long enough to make a feature-length film.
Animation and Warner Digital Series president Sam Register explaining, "From the start of production, we encouraged producer Bruce Timm and our team at Warner Bros.
Animation to remain faithful to the original story—regardless of the eventual MPAA rating We felt it was our responsibility to present our core audience—the comics-loving community—with an animated film that authentically represented the tale they know all too well.
In terms of animation production, the crew admitted that trying to adapt Bolland's art style was challenging due to the realistic quality; they then sought out another artist with a simpler yet very similar style that would be easier to animate, settling on Kevin Nowlan.
The animation was outsourced to The Answer Studio Co. LTD in Japan. Warner Home Video hosted the world premiere of The Killing Joke during the San Diego Comic-Con   on July 22, Batman: The Killing Joke received mixed reviews from critics.
Criticism was aimed at the prologue regarding the questionable changes to the relationship between Batman and Batgirl and the latter's portrayal as well as the adaptation of the source material, though the voice acting from Conroy and Hamill was praised.
The site's critics' consensus reads: "This stilted retelling of the Joker's origin adds little to its iconic source material, further diminished by some questionable story additions that will have fans demanding justice for Barbara Gordon.
Many critics and fans agreed the first half of the film felt unnecessary and disconnected to the second half. Jesse Schedeen of IGN wrote, "The creep factor comes from the fact that Batgirl has such a clearly subordinate relationship to Batman.
He's the seasoned veteran and mentor. She's the newbie pupil Worst of all, none of this opening act has any real bearing on the remainder of the film.
Batgirl still comes across as a sacrificial lamb in the end. Her insipid romantic drama adds no weight to her eventual trauma.
In response to criticism of the prologue, Azzarello stated, "The thing about this is that it's controversial, so we added more controversy.
We were aware that it's a little risky. There's definitely some stuff in that first part of the movie that's going to be controversial.
Here's where we came down on that specific issue: It was really important to us to show that both of the characters make some pretty big mistakes.
I mean, his "parental skills" aren't that great. Maybe never having had any kids of his own, he doesn't realize that if you tell a kid to not do something, they're going to want to do it even more.
And then she makes some mistakes and then he kind of overreacts to her mistakes and then she overreacts to his overreaction. So it's very human; it's a very understandable story.
It's tricky because it's messy, because relationships are sometimes messy. But to me and to Alan and Brian, it was all very fascinating to us to explore that angle.
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw of The Daily Dot wrote of the art and animation: "Each scene is recreated with painstaking accuracy, but DC's animation style does not measure up to the impact of Brian Bolland's s noir aesthetic.
The film's voice acting and faithfulness to the source material in the second half were received more positively. Kevin Conroy is in top form returning as Bruce Wayne [ Home Comic List Batman: The Killing Joke Batman: The Killing Joke.
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Alfred voice JP Karliak Reese voice Andrew Kishino Murray voice Nolan North Mitch voice Maury Sterling Paris voice Fred Tatasciore Carny Owner voice Bruce Timm Patrolman voice Anna Vocino Jeannie voice Kari Wahlgren Edit Storyline As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness.
Edit Did You Know? This prompted Warner Bros. Quotes [ first lines ] Barbara Gordon : First of all, I realize this is probably not how you thought the story would start, not with a big shiny moon or a city that could look stunning in spite of itself Or me.