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Revlid
2008-05-05, 09:56 AM
"You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain!" (http://www.whysoserious.com/happytrails/trailer.htm)

Yes.

Callos_DeTerran
2008-05-05, 10:21 AM
"You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain!" (http://www.whysoserious.com/happytrails/trailer.htm)

Yes.

Made. Of. Win.

Mando Knight
2008-05-05, 10:35 AM
I don't really like the Joker as depicted here... needs more maniacal laughter, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb8fWUUXeKM&feature=related) less calm contemplation... that said, who really can compete with Luke Skywalker as the voice of the Clown Prince of Crime?

Dragor
2008-05-05, 10:48 AM
I like the Joker how he's depicted here. Cold and calculated with a dash of insanity- not too much to make it tiresome quickly.

Mando Knight
2008-05-05, 12:12 PM
Eh... I still say I prefer Hamill's Joker: yes, he can be serious, but he doesn't take seriousness seriously. Even when he's explaining things, he seems to find a perverse kind of humor in them... but Ledger seems to deliver his lines straight, almost like he wants to be taken seriously... though that is a somewhat interesting counterpart to The Batman's Joker, who is quite insane...

Various
2008-05-08, 02:05 AM
This joker is less a professional criminal and more of an ambitious sadist. I'm glad the character is different; if he was just the same thing we've already seen then why bother?

Jokes
2008-05-08, 02:27 AM
Oh no! Win just started pouring out of my computer!

I like this joker, but will have to wait to see how he competes with Nicholson :smallcool:

hanzo66
2008-05-09, 04:01 AM
I like the Joker how he's depicted here. Cold and calculated with a dash of insanity- not too much to make it tiresome quickly.

Yeah, this one does seem to be different in that he doesn't display his sadism through comical antics and clown-themed deathtraps, rather he settles for causing rampant chaos and destruction. I do remember hearing that although Heath Ledger was given The Killing Joke to read, he decides to just do it his own way.

RIP and may your performance make many a 10 year old cry.

EvilDMMk3
2008-05-09, 06:19 AM
This is allways how felt the joker should be portrayed, like all of life and all of the rules are just a joke, and no one else gets the punch line. The kind of man who asks "why not?" where saner men would ask "why?".