These seventeen batman replicas pay tribute the the caped hero in the form of vehicles, batarangs, and more!
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Kevin Conroy confirmed in new ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ Batman trailer (video) Posted by Chris on September 20, 2012 | Injustice: Gods Among Us, Videos | NetherRealm Studios showed off a new Batman focused trailer for Injustice: Gods Among Us today at the Tokyo Game Show. Hear a familiar voice? That sounds like Kevin Conroy to me! Conroy has voiced Batman in the 1990′s Animated TV series, many direct-to-video releases, and most recently — the Arkham video games.
It would seem a little odd for a trailer for The Dark Knight Rises to pop up on YouTube two months after its release, right? Well, it would be if the video's description wasn't bearing a new message. The description confirms that the film will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital Download on December 3. Though the cover for the home video release or any special features have yet to be revealed, keep an eye here for any more updates about the film. You can take a look at the 'new' trailer below.
Flying into stores this Fall are Bat Brownies! These soft,
chewy brownies are cut into the shape of a bat, with
chocolaty icing embossed like bat wings for detail.
Perfect for fall parties. Individually wrapped six to a carton.
It’d be nice if all those unsubstantiated internet rumours of yesteryear – Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Penguin, Leonardo DiCaprio/Guy Pearce/Neil Patrick Harris (above) as Riddler – were still possible within this Batman world. It’s not that it’d be amazing to see those characters in themselves, but rather it’d be interesting to see how those characters are presented in Christopher Nolan’s fantasy-light version of the world.Sub-topics include;
Interspersed with familiar Batman villains such as the Joker and Harley Quinn, Wayne of Gotham puts aside the action-packed panels of the comics and focuses on the Dark Knight as a dark detective. He's on the case when an evil force has gotten into people's minds, making them think and do things out of the ordinary. Wayne of Gotham provides a Bat-fix for fans who were left hungry for more after The Dark Knight Rises movie.
Psychiatrists...and psychologists...plus others interviewed in the History Channel documentary Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of the Dark Knight analyze Batman more than any other superhero — the character himself, that is. Looking at Superman psychologically means looking at modern mythology. He's the modern demigod myth. While there's something mythic about Batman too, to be sure, he's more akin to the mortal legends like Robin Hood and pulp heroes like Zorro and the Shadow, extraordinary men but men nonetheless.