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12 One example of this approach—and one of the only academic commentaries on a Joker performance as of this writing—occurs in Justin Wyatt’s book High Concept, when the author reserves several pages to discuss Jack Nicholson’s tur n in th e 1989 Batman. W yatt ar gues th at N icholson’s r ole o ffers viewers a stable set of star meanings, insofar as it plays off the actor’s image as the lovable nonconformist familiar through texts such as Easy Rider (1969), The Last Detail (1973), and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975).
Batman B eyond: R eturn of the Joker, directed b y C urt Ge da (2000; B urbank, C A: Warner Home Video, 2000), DVD. 52. Peter J. Tomasi, quo ted in Necessary E vil: S uper-Villains o f D C Co mics, dir ected b y S cott Devine and J. M. Kenny. (2013; Burbank, CA: Warner Home Video, 2013), Blu-ray. 53. Ibid. 54. Marv Wolfman quoted in Necessary Evil. 55. Daniel Moseley and Daniel Moseley, “The Joker’s Comedy of Existence,” in Supervillains and Philosophy: Sometimes, Evil is its Own Reward, edited by Ben Dyer (Chicago: La Salle, 2009), 127.
As film styles change over time and the cultural capital of various characters ebbs and flows, let the debates over who played the “best” Joker continue to rage. Notes 1. Mark Hamill—who provided the voice for the Joker on Batman: The Animated Series and several other animated films, TV shows, and video games—is occasionally included on this list. Without discrediting the flair and talent that Hamill has brought to these versions of the character, this study focuses exclusively on live-action performances because the mode of acting involved in animated voice work is too fundamentally different (though certainly deserving of its own study).