aka Beric Dondarrion

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  • Porterfield

    By now, you're not a true fan of Batman unless you've drooled over each new image from the production of The Dark Knight Rises, let alone the trailers. It's probably the most anticipated movie of 2012 and has high expectations after the filmgasm that was The Dark Knight. What fan isn't going to wet their homemade Bat-Suit every time a new poster is released, or Christopher Nolan mumbles something within earshot of a reporter, or new promo images are released?

    Well here are your new promo images:

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  • Porterfield

    Occupy Gotham?

    October 19, 2011 by Porterfield

    Christopher Nolan's third Batman installment, The Dark Knight Rises, has been filming in Los Angeles recently, with previous shooting locations in Pittsburgh, England, Romania, and Jodhpur, India. The production's next stop, come October 29th, will be New York, a city that was long ago nicknamed after the home of Batman, Gotham City. The citizens of NYC are currently making headlines for the rapidly increasing Occupy Wall Street protests. Dark Knight Rises doesn't start shooting there for another 2 weeks, but if you've actually listened to what the 'occupants' have to say, it should be clear that they aren't going anywhere. They will certainly still be there by the time Nolan and crew come to town. So the question is, will Nolan use the ma…

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    Alexander Stojanov, a 23-year-old artist from Sofia, Bulgaria, has created some incredible Batman posters for the world to enjoy. Seeing as his favorite cartoon character is listed as Batman, and one of his favorite movies is the The Dark Knight, it's no surprise that Alexander used his digital art skills to create his own original posters for the Batman films.

    All of Alexander's art incredible, but these four Batman posters are of particular interest to this Wiki. Using Painter X and Photoshop, Alexander created the three posters that feature multiple characters, getting his inspiration from Drew Stuzan's Blade Runner poster. For the imposing poster that features Tom Hardy as Bane, he used Zbrush and Modo.

    These are bad ass works of digital…

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