I drew this one at the Louisville Comicon. Folks kept asking for a Batman piece, so I figured this was a solid opportunity to plug in Mark Hamill at his rightful place as the Joker. The idea was to open a doorway into Mr. Wayne's psyche and have a twisted glimpse at what's going on in his noggin. If you'll notice, there's no substantial borders save for the blood; that's intentional.
It's no secret that I'm not a fan of the darker direction the new Superman movies are going, muddying Superman's morals deminishes the contrast you could have amongst the rest of the League. That being said, I feel like Snyder & Co. missed a great opportunity. They opted for an older, more grizzled Batman akin to Miller's works (and honestly, I think Afleck will be outstanding despite detractors) and they could have hired an older, more grizzled Joker to compliment. Think of it, Batman goes into Arkham and suddendly, from the dark, the audience hears the most recognizable voice of the Joker in history as Mark Hamill begins mocking the Dark Knight. *That* would have been something to experience.