A Facebook page called The Hollywood Lounge is hosting the recent radio interview the Joker Blogs’ filmmaker granted Hawk & Tom. Skadoodle on over there and show your support by commenting. The more attention this gets, the better it’ll be for TJB Dude and his fans!
For those of you who missed the interview on Friday, it’s now available on Hawk & Tom’s website. Just click the pretty picture below!
We’re really getting some attention these days. Maybe these folks are trying to find Patient 4479 by sending out the message this way. Who knows? Either way, these articles are great! Go give them a read by clicking the site name before the article tease!
MTV.COM: The video series, which currently includes 17 episodes posted over the last year, claims to be a collection of taped therapy sessions between Joker and Dr. Harleen Quinzel (destined to become the Joker’s accomplice, Harley Quinn) conducted at Gotham’s infamous Arkham Asylum. It also features an impressively spot-on impression of Ledger’s freakishly scary Joker.
IMDb: The most recent episode of the series hit the ‘Net last week, and features a plea from Quinzel to help find the recently escaped Joker.
BLACKBOOK: The web series takes the form of a classified collection of interviews between Patient #4479 (The Joker) and Dr. Harleen Quinzel, destined to become his accomplice Harley Quinn. It’s easily the best impression of Ledger’s iconic portrayal out there, right down from the makeup to Ledger’s hypnotic lip-licking.
COMIC HERO NEWS: Generally, at Comic Hero News, we don’t post a lot of fan-created media. But every now and then, there is something that is so well done that we can’t help ourselves. And today, thanks to MTV’s Splashpage, we’ve found one of those such media artifacts, in the form of The Joker Blogs.
FANGIRL MAGAZINE: I’m one of the biggest Heath Ledger Joker fans out there. I didn’t think anyone could hold a candle to what he did. But if a sequel ever comes up and they want to recast the Joker, I would only be okay if they chose THIS guy to play the part. I’m thankful as hell that they did this, because it kept MY Joker around.
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