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The Dark Knight Review

The second installment of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy was the movie that started the comic book movie extravaganza that we live in today. It was released in 2008 and set the opening weekend record. 620 more words

Film Reviews

So there's a bit in The Dark Knight...

… where The Joker walks into Harvey Dent’s hospital room dressed as a nurse, and even though he’s a 6 foot guy with hairy arms, a broad chest, a white painted face, and tons of black make up around his eyes, Harvey doesn’t recognise him until he removes the only-covering-his-mouth face mask. 6 more words


Comic Strip 3/5/2014

Today’s Comic Strip which is being brought to you courtesy of Bitstrips continues with The Adventures Of Bathman or The Bath Knight Rises!!! This time our hero has gone to the hospital to do some undercover work just to talk to Marv Spent, the district attorney of Frotham City, but finds out some terrible news. 9 more words


Game Trailers - Batman: Arkham Knight! (With Sneak Peak At Box Art)

By: Von Jared Omo

This caught me by surprise! I wasn’t expecting a trailer for the new Batman game so soon, but THIS TRAILER IS AWESOME. 111 more words

Video Games

Harvey Dent... el cristiano doble cara

Tu que predicas ser cristiano, que andas la biblia siempre contigo, que le das la gloria a Dios por todo lo que pasa, dices estar en el camino correcto, que todo le consultas a Dios por medio de su palabra y aprobación, que te consideras un instructor para aquel que desconoce la verdad, luz para el perdido, maestro para el niño espiritual… Asegúrate de verdaderamente hacer todo aquello que predicas y dices ser, porque en la medida que mas quieras cargar con todas esas cosas, mas se te pedirá cuentas en el cielo de aquel cristiano que dices ser. 108 more words

Is Evil A Necessary Evil?

The Dark Knight (2008), directed by Christopher Nolan, is a widely popular movie starring Christian Bale as a more mature Batman in the series that has been supplying movies for decades. 487 more words

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Batman and Robin #28 - Review

By: Peter J. Tomasi (story), Patrick Gleason (pencils), Mick Gray (inks), John Kalisz (colors)

The Story: Two-Face discovers, to his horror, that a coin has more than two sides. 766 more words