The Batman Who Laughs is turning DC's greatest heroes evil - and the Justice League's heaviest ancient hitter just turned to the darkness.
Daniel Mills is a writer and director working out of Orange County, CA. A childhood of obsessing over Comics and Miyazaki led to an adulthood of writing stories and scripts that might scare you. He can occasionally be seen writing weird stories and contributing for ScreenRant.
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