– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Do you ever have those ideas that you wish Hollywood would run with, but you know they never would? Well, this time around they’ve actually done it. They created an animated short where Mark Hamill (playing himself) is kidnapped by the Joker (Mark Hamill) and the Trickster (Mark Hamill).

In this short, the fourth wall is absolutely obliterated. While in the car with the villainous duo, Hamill must use his voice acting skills to outsmart his way out of the situation he’s crawled into. But how? Start insulting the villains in each other’s voices so that they start to bicker amongst themselves. It’s not a bad plan, and it certainly makes for a happy ending for Hamill, who ends up being rescued by yet another Hamill character, Swamp Thing.

While this animated short may not win any awards, it’s still a fun ride, and one that longtime Mark Hamill fans will greatly enjoy. After decades of the man working in voice acting, he’s finally getting the mainstream credit he actually deserves.

What did you think of the short? Let us know down below!

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  • Moby85

    I saw this yesterday and thought it was great! Especially the “punchline” in how, well, Mark Hamill escapes. It was interesting to see the contrast of his character’s voices side-by-side. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. No actor on the planet is better with his geek followers than Mark Hamill. There are many actors who are good with fans but Hamill IS one of them. He’d be first row at a Comic-Con were he not an actor and therefore on stage.

    • Joseph Jammer Medina

      For real. Hamill is fantastic. Unrivaled as a geek-friendly celebrity.

      • donzai

        dude is pulling in 10-20 million for star wars, yet charges 295 bucks to sign his autograph. ‘geek friendly’ i think not.

        • SaiyanHeretic

          Just because he is famous doesn’t mean you are entitled to his limited time for some ink scrawled on paper.

          • donzai

            i NEVER get autographs, unless its a hot chick at a bar lol. no joke. but one of my friends was working hard to save to get stan lee and luke skywalkers autograph. this guy is not rich, but he is a true fan. that sucks these guys who are multi millionaires do not realize 300 bucks is expensive to regular peeps. why the hell would i want an autograph from a man? lmfao. ever see A BRONX TALE? after i saw that movie, i never glamorized ‘celebrity’ ever again, not that i did it before.

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.