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Joker, as a Chaos Wyrm, and Batman as… well as The Dark Knight in DeviantART artist sandara‘s surreal piece. That’s breathtaking! Like one of the bosses from Dark Souls, except it looks more evil.
So another Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece figure finally came out, and, as is my nature, I simply had to get it.
This is what you get for inviting Batman over for Christmas, though to be fair I’m not sure they actually invited him. Then again, maybe they should have expected that the Dark Knight would drop by at some point — this has apparently happened to them before.
I guess Batman Week is more or less official at this point, huh? In an effort to prove the unending amazingness of the internet, the folks at Hub TV have recut the entire Dark Knight trailer using nothing but footage and voice-over from the classic Batman: The Animated Series. It’s a promotion for their upcoming Batman: TAS marathon this Friday.
The new era of Batman might be a little too… dark for the likes of ’60s Robin, who is the kind of guy that poses with his hands on either hip. His lines are full of cute puns and childish cuss words.
And if you must invite Batman to your birthday party, make sure it’s the nice one. Not the Christopher Nolan version.
A composer behind movies like The Dark Knight and a former member of the triphop band Massive Attack will unite for the Halo 4 soundtrack, according to a report today.