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Mark Hamil's officially retired!!

This is a discussion on Mark Hamil's officially retired!! within the General PS3 Discussion forum, part of the Everything PlayStation; Originally Posted by Deth Ledger made a few good maniacal laughs like in the scene where he gets beat up ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deth View Post
    Ledger made a few good maniacal laughs like in the scene where he gets beat up in the interrogation room, but Hamill had the laugh, he was the perfect voice. Unfortunately, Hamill was only the voice since I can't seem him being the Joker physically.
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    must be difficult to talk into a recording mic

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    This is an unfortunate day, I always loved Mark Hamill as a voice actor.

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    The best joker ever

    Heath ledger and Jack nicholson are terrible compared to mark hamill
    I wouldn't go this far...

    See the problem is they all embraced different elements of the Joker's psychosis, and if you ask me they are all brilliant in their own mind.

    Mark Hamill's Joker is what I would call the 'most obvious' Joker, he played it very close to the comics. His Joker was clever, coniving, and incredibly devious. He was incredibly developed and complex, but still very obviously evil.

    Heath Ledger's Joker is what I would call the 'punk' Joker. He played it as a modern, villanous interpretation of the anarchists of the 80s punk movement. His Joker was more unsettling and uncomfortable, almost as if you never truly knew what he was doing or thinking.

    Jack Nicholson is the most subtle of the 3, still good but his Joker was more reactionary. The other two always had plans, Nicholson's Joker presented danger because it always seems like he is making it up as he goes along.

    Like I said, I just find it difficult to compare them fairly because they are all different interpretations of the character. Its not like Batmans where everybody who has ever played him is trying to be the same character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauss View Post
    This is an unfortunate day, I always loved Mark Hamill as a voice actor.



    I wouldn't go this far...

    See the problem is they all embraced different elements of the Joker's psychosis, and if you ask me they are all brilliant in their own mind.

    Mark Hamill's Joker is what I would call the 'most obvious' Joker, he played it very close to the comics. His Joker was clever, coniving, and incredibly devious. He was incredibly developed and complex, but still very obviously evil.

    Heath Ledger's Joker is what I would call the 'punk' Joker. He played it as a modern, villanous interpretation of the anarchists of the 80s punk movement. His Joker was more unsettling and uncomfortable, almost as if you never truly knew what he was doing or thinking.

    Jack Nicholson is the most subtle of the 3, still good but his Joker was more reactionary. The other two always had plans, Nicholson's Joker presented danger because it always seems like he is making it up as he goes along.

    Like I said, I just find it difficult to compare them fairly because they are all different interpretations of the character. Its not like Batmans where everybody who has ever played him is trying to be the same character.
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    NOOOOOOO!!! The world just wont be the same anymore...

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