BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE To Include New Scenes; Will Premiere At Comic-Con

BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE To Include New Scenes; Will Premiere At Comic-Con

"Memory’s so treacherous" - Batman: The Killing Joke is headed to San Diego Comic-Con, according to Executive Producer Bruce Timm. In a recent interview with ConTV, Timm revealed that the film will include additional scenes that weren't in the original graphic novel...

In a recent interview with ConTV, Bruce Timm spoke about the upcoming DC animated film Batman: The Killing Joke. The Killing Joke is a 1988 graphic novel that tells the story of the Joker's origins while tragedy befalls a member of the Bat-Family. It was announced in 2015 that DC would create an animated film version of the graphic novel and that Bruce Timm would be the Executive Producer on the project.

In the interview Timm reveals that the film will include original scenes to add enough story for a complete film. Could this mean that they added in Harley Quinn? Timm also revealed that the film will be premiering at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. What do you think about The Killing Joke having new scenes? Are you excited to see the graphic novel in animated form?

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