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The storyline first appeared in Batman #13 (October 2012). Other titles the story appeared in are Batgirl, Batman and Robin, Catwoman, Detective Comics, Nightwing, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Suicide Squad, and Teen Titans. It spanned twenty-three issues. The story has since been published in a number of graphic novels. 37. See Fhlaim. 38. Sheldon Moldoff and George Roussos, “The Man B ehind the Red Hood,” in The Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told (New York: DC Comics, 1988; originally published in Detective Comics #168, February 1951).
10 Today, scholars are usually keen to interpret a character’s meaning within the narrative, but they take for granted the means by which the players modeled their actions in accordance with other filmic elements in order to convey that meaning. T he Joker a s Perfor man ce Style fro m R o mero to L edger 5 In contrast to film theory’s reticence, there has been a sizable amount of work on actors done within celebrity and star studies. 11 Consequently, most studies limit their focus to the performer’s persona as a unified system across a b ody of texts, and how instances from the subject’s personal or private life either reinforce or subvert this star im age.
23. ” 32. 24. Baron and Carnicke, Reframing Screen Performance; Naremore, Acting in the Cinema. 25. Mary Ellen O’Brien, Film Acting: The Techniques and History of Acting for the Camera (New York: Arco, 1983), 144. 26. David Bordwell, The Way Hollywood Tells It: Story and Style in Modern Movies (Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2006), 121–23. 27. , 129–130. 28. , 134. 29. See Patrick Tucker, Secrets of Screen Acting, 2nd ed. (New York: Routledge, 2003). 30. Batman: The Movie, directed by Leslie Martinson (1966; Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox, 2001), DVD.