Mark Hamill, aka everyone’s favorite Joker, has tweeted an image confirming both him and everyone’s favorite Batman, Kevin Conroy, will reprise their roles together in DC’s newest animated feature The Killing Joke.

Based on Alan Moore’s game-changing graphic novel of the same name, the film will follow Batman as he races to save friend and confidant, Jim Gordon, from the sadistic clutches of the Joker and his madness-inducing terror carnival. Over the past two decades plus, the comic has garnered both appreciation and controversy, due to specific narrative elements. Originally written and released as a one-off story, the work has since become canon… again, thanks to specific narrative elements, that won’t be spoiled here. A couple of years ago, the discussion regarding the work’s ambiguous ending was reignited by statements Alan Moore made in an interview.

Hamill also unveiled the film’s first image:

Hamill and Conroy’s last go at the duo together was in last summer’s release of Batman: Arkham Knight. The game offered the Joker actor a special and unique performance of the character. A performance that has earned Mark Hamill a BAFTA nomination for Best Performer.

More news and a first-look is expected to be revealed at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. 

How excited are you that this is finally happening? The glee is through the roof and all we have is an image! In the comments below, let us know what you are most looking forward to seeing in the film adaption.

 

[Images Courtesy of DC and Warner Bros.]