"Do I want to return to the DC Comics Universe? Of course, I'm Bane."
The similarities between the characters don't stop there. Defarge has had terrible wrongs committed against her and her family
The scene in question shows Alfred spotting Bruce Wayne with Selina Kyle at a cafe. They acknowledge each other, and Alfred
Credit: Jared Wickerham via Getty Images Turns out Bane isn't the only one that had some fun that day. The bride and groom
Graham Nolan worked in the Bat-universe from 1992 until 1998, most usually with writing partner Chuck Dixon. Although collaborating on a great number of stories together, the one that the artist has become the most famous for is Vengeance of Bane.
Of all the writers who have tackled the Dark Knight over the past seven-and-a-half decades, none has written more individual issues, miniseries, or one-shots than Chuck Dixon -- he has over 300 Bat-stories under his belt.
Ari Melber of MSNBC's "The Cycle" did a stunningly accurate job explaining how the government shutdown is exactly like Christopher
The office crew at What's Trending reports on all of the hot superheroes that we saw at Comic-Con 2013, like traditional
When the power went out at the Superdome, many on Twitter echoed a similar joke: Bane did it. The bizarre blackout definitely
Almost as soon as movies could talk, they were making films about the gangsters who came to prominence by supplying liquor to thirsty Americans who didn't believe in the nanny-state laws against alcohol known as Prohibition.
Check out more photos of the protest: As Mitt Romney prepared to mount the stage in Tampa at the Republican National Convention
[via Indiewire/CriticWire] "Bane sounds like Darth Vader mixed with T-Pain," wrote one Twitter user. Others on the social
Rush Limbaugh thought something was fishy about the name of the main villain in The Dark Knight Rises. I can't help but feel like he overlooked the many, many examples of movie characters who were clearly created just to take swipes at political figures.
"The superheroes we have today are modern American folklore," Michael Uslan told me, " it's contemporary mythology. The ancient gods of Greece, Rome and Egypt still exist only today they wear spandex and capes.
The Dark Knight Rises is very impressive and definitely worth seeing, but without a once-in-a-lifetime performance like Ledger's Joker to provide the pulse, we'll have to be content with a final chapter that certainly delivers, but in a trilogy that peaked in the middle.
Interestingly, a Google search shows that the image may have first appeared on the pages of the "PJ Tatler" blog. In the
Batman just wants to do his job of protecting Gotham from crime. And the CFPB wants to do its job of protecting consumers from financial predators. Perhaps as the Dark Knight Rises to defeat the princes of evil, American voters should finally stand up to this army of darkness.