Some men like Heath Ledger and Mark Hamill were born to play the role of The Joker. Many other people in the world were given different talents, but still insist on channeling their Joker enthusiasm into terrible, terrible costumes. If you watch "The Office," you already know that this fact of life was not lost on the show's writers in a Halloween episode that aired after "The Dark Knight" came out. Sadly, Joker overexposure has been lost on many cosplayers on the Internet, and those stubborn individuals leave the rest of us with no other choice than to point at them and encourage our children not to follow their examples.
October 31 may still be more than a month away, but judging from the candy clogging grocery stores since August, the season is ripe for discussion.
With that, presumably, in mind Vertigo's Graphic Content blog has some spooky memories from the teams behind the upcoming "House of Mystery Halloween Annual," which contains short stories from "Hellblazer," "Madame Xanadu," and Chris Roberson and Mike Allred's "I, Zombie...