Michael McCuistion, Lolita Ritmanis and Kristopher Carter: Courtesy of Tech Times.
Yesterday, the highly anticipated animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke became available for HD digital download, having just premiered in movie theatres around the US the day before as a part of Fathom Events. San Diego Comic-Con attendees got the pleasure of having the first look however on Saturday night of the convention, situated in Ballroom 20.
Since its release, it has had its share of harsh criticism, especially regarding the role of Barbara Gordon, aka Batgirl. I for one liked the movie for what it was: a look into the Joker’s madness, and his motivation for it. This article however isn’t about the movie or it’s filmmakers. I want to share my moment where during San Diego Comic-Con I was able to sit down with Michael McCuistion, Kristopher Carter, and Lolita Ritmanis, the composers for the Killing Joke movie, who got their start on the Batman: The Animated Series.
More at http://www.comicsbeat.com/sdcc-16-interview-legendary-original-composures-for-dcs-batman-the-animated-series-speak-about-working-on-the-batman-the-killing-joke-movie-and-with/