Thank you so much to the crew at Gotham Tonight! This interview was conducted at Wizard World Austin on November 12th with Scott and Steven. They discuss the upcoming DVD, Series 2, Pinching Penny and more! It was a definitely a pleasure to meet the folks at Gotham Tonight, they are truly professionals! Please give their channel a look and a sub while you’re at it!Read more
Happy Thanksgiving! We are especially grateful this year for our fans and subscribers. And we have BIG news coming soon about the DVD. Spread the word! And THANK YOU!Read more
Medici’s interview with The Joker:
M: How big is the production crew on The Joker Blogs?
JB: The production crew has really grown, as do most companies, since its inception. We started out with just myself and a close friend and wrote out a timeline of where we wanted the series to go. From there we contacted a few actors and also another friend who was interested in doing a lot of artwork for us. And now we have over a dozen actors involved, moderators for the website, a graphic designer, a publicist and another dozen or so energetic and faithful fans that are always hard at work coming up with website features and ways to spread the word. And I’m glad that we can separate the tasks and that my friend and I can focus on writing which is our primary concern for making each episode worthwhile and enjoyable.Read more
The site this interview was originally on no longer exists; however Jokersgirl had copied and pasted the interview in a personal file for safe-keeping. She was kind enough to share the interview with us.
Rachel Grubb, the lady who braved the horrors of Arkham to land the interview of a lifetime, recently contacted us to let us know that she’s still alive and well, and has preserved her interview with Patient #4479 at a new location. You can find it at The Chainsaw Mafia!
My interview with the Joker at Arkham Asylum
Posted on 01 March 2009 by Rachel Grubb
Perhaps you’re one of the many followers anxiously awaiting his next task, or maybe you just have a morbid fascination with him. Either way, you’re one of the many who can’t wait to see another one of the Joker’s therapy sessions that have mysteriously appeared in youtube: http://www.youtube.com/thejokerblogs
Since his capture, the Joker has been under the care of Dr Harleen Quinzel in Arkham Asylum. The authorities at Arkham were kind enough to let me speak to him, and he agreed to an interview. Dr. Quinzel had to be there,of course, for security purposes. We had a wonderful chat about his stay at Arkham, and his newly acquired internet fame. I would like to thank everyone at Arkham Asylum for allowing to me to come and interview the Joker, as especially Dr Quinzel for her cooperation.Read more