Batman: The Killing Joke has had plenty of mentions by Mark Hamill (The Joker) that the first R-rated animated film from DC Entertainment would be very mature in nature. Not only is the subject matter from the original Alan Moore story not for PG-13 audiences, as we have been shown our first glimpse of the reasons why its R-rated.
idk how to feel about this pic.twitter.com/gsBGHsYet5
— ☕ (@AcroNite7) July 22, 2016
As seen, both Batman and Batgirl are apparently love interests in this film. It wouldn’t be the first time that the two were hinted to have sparks, as in Batman: The Return of the Joker teased the relationship, as well as the short-lived Birds of Prey television series hinted at it as well.
It’s also not the first DC animated film to feature a sex scene, as Batman: Assault on Arkham featured a similar scene between Harley Quinn and Deadshot, which makes one wonder how that got past the MPAA for a PG-13 rating.
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