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It's good to be Joker by Phostex It's good to be Joker by Phostex
Watercolor and Gouache.

Batman sucks. Really. He's no fun, and over 60 years of comics, cartoons, and movies, he really hasn't changed much at all. Nor CAN he change. When he changes, it means the franchise is over. That stifles the creativity of the artists and writers, who basically have to rehash the same old points and stories over and over again. I can't wait until his copyright expires.
Hehehehheheheheheheheeee.
Then we'll have some REAL fun.
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StardustDragon Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2009
Personally I just thought it was kind of funny how they called a movie were people are coming to see the Joker; "The Dark Knight".
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Phostex Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009
I think it's funny how a movie in which a man with half his face burned off points a gun at the head of a kid gets a PG-13 rating.
The ratings committees are ridiculous.
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StardustDragon Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009
I've heard a rumor online that the ratings board were bribed, so as to still be able to draw in a wide auidence. But it's just a rumor.

Funnier though, is a friend of mine who worked in a theater complained of having trouble adding kids and adult ticket prices together, since so many parents brought their kids (guess the babysitters guild was on strike) I asked why they allowed children's admission to an adult movie. And if they were going to do that, to charge them all the adult rate.
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Phostex Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009
Two anecdotes: When I went to see Matrix Revolutions in theaters I sat next to what must have been an eight-year-old girl. Her dad had brought her, and although her eyes were squeezed shut most of the time from fear, he kept poking her asking pointing out that something cool was happening onscreen.
Also, my brother was a big Batman fan, and would not be dissuaded from going to see Dark Knight. He's ten, and loved it. He got the DVD for Christmas. But he's still not allowed to see the part where Heath Ledger stabs the guy with the pencil.
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BeautifullyFlawed Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008
This looks very nice, sir.
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animedragoon3 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2008
I love how you did this!

Your style is amazing. :)

Great job! :D
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Phostex Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2008
Yes.

Yes it is.
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meggyc Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2008
I don't know. I like old man Bruce Wayne from Batman Beyond. I really expect him to say "Get off my yard, ya'derned kids!" and that somehow makes the whole Batman experience better. And I personally like Batman: The Animated Series. But I think that has more to do with the fact that it was done pretty well for the most part, not because of Batman himself.

I really like the textures going on on the Joker's vest.
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Phostex Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2008
Yep, yep. The 90's cartoon is still overall the best representation of Batman of all, including, ironically, the comics. BUT, Mark Hamill as the Joker still steals every scene he appears in.

Your Batman Beyond comment made me wonder: no one has ever even tried to do anything close to a "Death of Batman" comic. Pretty much every superhero has a "death of" comic, but the closest Batman's come is a "Batman fakes his death" comic.
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gabrio76 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2008  Professional General Artist
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