This variant is for that dude on reddit that whined that Bane wasn’t “comics Bane”.
PS - In 2012, the Dark Knight Rises and Wreck-It Ralph came out 4 months apart, and I created the original a couple weeks after Ralph was released. So that should explain why the original was rendered as movie Bane and not comic Bane, but nevertheless, here’s comic-Bane
Also CHARACTER UNLOCKED: Build-It Bruce! HE CAN BUILD IT (with millions of dollars)!
Hope you’re happy now, “android151”.
Apparently this arcade game is powered by complaining.
When Alfred E. Neuman was a kid, the last thing on earth he wanted to be was a magazine spokesman.
By now i shouldn’t have to tell anyone to watch True Detective… but this is what happens when the opening titles of that show are mashed up with the Batman universe.
And the best part? Bill Finger gets the credit.
I think part of the problem of Bill Finger not getting his due credit as co-creator and idea-man behind Batman is that as fans, we’ve shirked the responsibility include his name in conjunction with Kane’s.
If “Superman created by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster”…
Then surely, “Batman created by Bob Kane AND Bill Finger.”
I don’t care if he’s not labeled as an “official co-creator” by WB, DC Comics or your grandfather. The Comics Community shouldn’t keep perpetuating Finger’s absentee credit. And we shouldn’t keep accepting the status quo.
Two grown men dressed as Batman and Spider-man, got into an MMA ring and tried to avoid hitting each other. Amazing.
But seriously. I need this poster.
by Phantom City Creative
So not only are Batman, (& possibly Nightwing), and Wonder Woman going be in the next “SUPERMAN” movie, Variety claims the Flash is “a lock” as well?
I love Superman Batman and the Flash and everything, but let’s call this film what it’s really going to be: A JUSTICE LEAGUE DISASTER.
At any rate, one thing this film has going for it is that Ben Affleck won’t be playing all the roles a la a Nutty Professor-type situation.