All evidence seems to point to the design of [Heath] Ledger’s clown mask being modeled directly on a scene from “The Joker Is Wild,” an episode of the [1960s] Batman TV series that also marked the first appearance of the Joker on the show. In the episode, Adam West’s Batman tracks Romero’s clown prince of crime to the Gotham opera company, where he’s secretly performing an aria from Pagliacci, because back then that was as close as the Joker could get to being an actual killer clown (look it up). As you can see, the similarities between Romero’s Pagliacci costume and Ledger’s mask are undeniable.
Some page excerpts of a Guardians comic I had to put on hiatus.
It was building up to be a monster of a story, getting close to the page count of Water Tribe. I had half roughed out and a good chunk cleaned up when I noticed some problems with the story and needed to step back. I do know how to fix it, the problem is time. I don’t know if I’ll ever finish it.
I still want to finish the North story I had started, possibly do a Jack one. I haven’t had the time due to day time work and even more comic stuff!
I just pulled out a few random panel excerpts, cleaned up pages and some rough ones from the folder.