Mark Hamill Records A Custom Joker Voice Mail Message For Comic Book Artist Jim Lee

August 10, 2016

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This is an Instagram video of the 'I can't get to my phone right now' Joker voice mail message that Mark Hamill recorded for comic book artist Jim Lee. As I'm sure the majority of you are aware, except for the ones who only come to Geekologie to read about my penis (not that there's anything wrong with that -- only right), Mark Hamill is the voice of The Joker in the Batman animated series, as well as a bunch of other Batman cartoons and video games. Lee is best known for illustrating comics such as Marvel's The Uncanny X-Men and X-Men, co-founding Image Comics and illustrating Wildcats and Gen¹³, before moving to DC Comics and working on titles such as All Star Batman & Robin, the Boy Wonder and Batman: Hush. He's currently a co-publisher at DC and recently had a meeting with Mark Hamill, at which time Mark recorded this voicemail message for him. See? It all makes sense. It's not just Luke Skywalker pretending to be The Joker and recording a message for some guy you assumed was Stan Lee's younger brother.

Keep going for the Instagram video.

A video posted by Jim Lee (@jimleeart) on

Thanks to carey, who

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