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So, as many of you probably already know, Ben Affleck was just cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the upcoming sequel to Man of Steel, which is scheduled to hit theaters in 2015. Personally, I don't mind the casting. Affleck has the Bruce Wayne thing down, and I think he can be intimidating and brooding. He wouldn't have been my first choice, granted, and to be honest, I never considered him as an option. What do you guys think? Has Warner Bros. made a big mistake? Or are you alright with this? I'd love to know what everyone thinks.Read more >
So, guys, in case you haven't heard, there's a new trailer out for Batman: Arkham Origins. I think it's really awesome, but I'd like to know what the rest of you think. Here's a link:
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I just came across one of the most epic things I've ever heard. Just bask in its glory, and hear its message. It speaks to all of us in some way, even if you're not Batman...
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Christopher Nolan's epic conclusion to his Dark Knight trilogy was truly a masterpiece that will forever be remembered by Batman fans and moviegoers alike. Nolan's portrayal of an incorruptable symbol fighting against pure evil is a beauiful thought, which he visualizes perfectly. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two movies, really getting connected with the characters and their emotions. However, TDKR took my enjoyment to a totally new level, and I can honestly say that it is my favorite of the trilogy. And now, it can truly stand on its pedestal as one of the most popular films ever created. The Dark Knight Rises has grossed over 1 billion dollars worldwide, passing its immediate predecessor. Not only has it been a critical success, it has n…Read more >
So, hopefully you've already read my idea for an Arkham City sequel. If you haven't, you should go there now. In this blog post, I will attempt to sufficiently sum up each of the villain's stories in this game.
Scarecrow: Let me get this out first: In this story, Scarecrow was mutilated by Killer Croc during the events Arkham Asylum but lived. He was repaired entirely by master surgeon Thomas Elliot, AKA Hush. He has now set out to get revenge on Batman by destroying the city he protects: Gotham. He has developed an enhanced version of his Fear Gas, a kind that spreads quicker, and gives him complete control over those who inhale it. Scarecrow's whereabouts were unknown before he lead an all-out assault on Arkham Asylum. He gained control of …Read more >