1993 was the biggest-ever year for sales in the comics industry. This is what was on the racks. Sorry if this makes you feel like you’re a million years old.
You could say it’s the “bane” of our existence.
Well, this is awkward. One of you is going to have to change.
It would be great, apparently.
While Obama and Romney rhetorically slug it out tonight, you can go shot for shot at home!
This hilarious video, picked up on an online streaming service, shows NBC interns sitting in for a run through while awkwardly discussing Batman. “I am Chuck Todd” has a great chance to be THE catchphrase at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte this week.
“Gotham’s reckoning,” or angry man in a puffy costume? The 13-foot Dark Knight Rises villain was at Bain HQ in Manhattan Thursday with labor rights organization United NY to demonstrate against Mitt Romney’s economic policies.
Bane and Catwoman are there too. It’s neat.
Professional boxer David Haye recently mentioned that he thought Hardy would be a good match. Hardy has agreed as long as fans donate to Help For Heroes, The Prince’s Trust, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Bowel & Cancer Research, and FLACK. (via uk.yahoo.com).
Get the marbles out of your mouth, Mumbles McGee!
Enjoy this clip of Bane from 2007, when he was a morning radio host. Watch Video ›
Perhaps the wrong priorities while reporting on this tragedy.
Comic Con hasn’t even officially begun, but the Batman bounty begins. From Mondo artist Jock comes this limited edition poster only available for sale at San Diego Comic Con.
The best yet mashup of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.
It’s basically a brand new trailer, and it’s much better than the original trailer. Plus the only Bane GIF you’ll need today. Update: We’ve had to remove the trailer, and the GIF.
Dennis Medri’s awesome sketches pay tribute to Batman by setting him, his enemies, and his cohorts in the jump jivin’ rockabilly scene of the 1950s.
More Batman and Catwoman and Bane to cram down your slobbering Nolan hole! Two new spots that make the wait until July 20th all the more agonizing.
Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) and Bane get their own one-sheets as The Dark Knight Rises ramps up promotion ahead of its July 20th release.
Although it looks like any of the countless fan-made posters, this is legit. July seems so far away.
Only turned sideways. You have seen it, you cannot unsee it. This is SFW but for the love of EVERYTHING, do not Google “Goatse” if you don’t already know. Just happily be out of loop.
No need to wait for “The Avengers”! Here’s the new trailer for the next and final Christopher Nolan Batman film, well before its screen debut this weekend.
Yes, please. From the EW Summer Movie Preview, here’s a batch of new images from the Most Anticipated Movie Of All Time Ever If You Are Me (aka, “The Dark Knight Rises”). Batmans and Catwomans and Banes, oh my.
Still can’t tell if her mask is hers or a hollowed out Batman mask. Plus Bane talks swears we’ll be able to understand him.
Nope. You can’t make out Bane’s voice (or Batman’s) any better in a Lego parody, either. Thanks for trying, Sumkid.
Entertainment Weekly has a few new morsels on the upcoming Batman epic that probably won’t tide you over until this summer, but they”ll have to do. Killing me.
As Vulture just pointed out, the villain in “The Dark Knight Rises” kind of looks like a glorified version of Futurama’s Zoidberg. Now that it’s been said, I can’t see anything else.
Take some Mr. Belvedere, mix with Scar from “The Lion King” and sprinkle lightly with Rupert Everett in drag. Put these all in a blender and you’ll have something close to Batman’s new foe.
Repeat after us Bane, “The rain is Spain stays mainly in the plain.” To paraphrase, Christopher Nolan is refusing to pander to a lazy audience’s need to have the dialogue all laid out and enunciated for them.