Fan Film Friday: Batman and Joker are Friends: Down the Hill

"Batman's rich history allows him to be interpreted in a multitude of ways. To be sure, this is a lighter incarnation, but it's certainly no less valid and true to the character's roots than the tortured avenger crying out for mommy and daddy. AND BESIDES, THOSE EASTER BUNNIES LOOK REALLY SCARY, RIGHT?!"-- Bat-Mite (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)

With that in mind, and with profound apologies to a shaper of my childhood, Arnold Lobel, we present "Batman and Joker are Friends" by Harry Bauer


EPISODE REVIEW:Batman: The Brave and the Bold: "Emperor Joker"

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Tonight we have adaptations of two comics stories- reasonably faithful ones at that.  

Problem is, they are so psychedelic that they defy my feeble abilities to explain them...


Can R2 conquer this challenge?  

Well, go look!


UPDATE: Andrew Koenig Missing, but Believed Alive

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 Andrew Koenig, MissingUPDATE:  

According to RadarOnline , Andrew Koenig is believed alive by the Vancouver police.  They claim that there is 'electronic activity' that supports their theory, and that he may just be 'laying low'.  We at Republibot hope that this is the case and that he is reunited with his family soon.


Original Post:

Actor Andrew Koenig, 41, has been listed as missing by the Vancouver police.   He has not been seen since Valentine's day.  Police are asking for help in finding him.

Koenig's most famous role is probably that of "Boner" on the sitcom Family Ties, however he has a couple of strong ties to geek culture as well.  He is the son of genre actor Walter Koenig and he played the Joker in the fan-film favorite Batman:Dead End.

Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family during this trying time.

The LA Times has more information here


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