Dark Knight Returns Trailer:

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26 JRPictures18th Sep 2012 03:23:27 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
My eyes can see the death of everything.
It's Michael Emerson a.k.a. Mr. Finch from Person of Interest.

edited 18th Sep '12 3:24:15 PM by JRPictures

I can kill anything that exists - even if it's a god.
27 Nexus18th Sep 2012 04:51:11 PM from The Other Side , Relationship Status: Browsing the selection
Mostly A Lurker
Wait...the Joker is BEN!?!surprised
28 JRPictures18th Sep 2012 04:56:07 PM from Australia , Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
My eyes can see the death of everything.
Yeah, but I don't care that much (Never watched Lost for obvious reasons)
I can kill anything that exists - even if it's a god.
29 TheHandle28th Oct 2012 02:48:33 PM from Stockholm , Relationship Status: In my bunk
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Some of the voices sound little disappointing. I always imagined much throatier voice for old Bruce Wayne.

Agreed. I always expected him to sound like David Hayter in Guns Of The Patriots.

A new CGI animated Batman cartoon in which the Caped Crusader teams up with swordswoman Katana and his gun-toting ex-secret agent butler Alfred Pennyworth to face the criminal underworld led by the twisted Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad, King Kraken, and Magpie.

Now this is even more of an Audience-Alienating Premise than Batman: The Brave and the Bold...

And seeing it animated really brings it home, how much this story has The War on Straw going on. It's frankly ridiculous. All the liberals are Too Dumb to Live elitist granola girls and stoners who use obfuscating Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness to cover for Insane Troll Logic and are Dying Like Animals. In front of them aren't conservatives, just people with common sense. It also feels a lot like a RoboCop movie, down to the music. Except Batman is a lot nastier than Murphy.

Also, I miss the inner monologues from the novel. "It was a perfect night, a hunter's night".... Hm, sorry. wrong story.
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30 NapoleonDeCheese28th Oct 2012 03:14:24 PM from Valencia, Venezuela
It's Goofy Time.
I dunno, some of the conservatives, like the guy who complained about the black and the poor, were quite nastily portrayed as well. Not to mention the book's portrayal of Ronald Reagan was far from flattering (basically, an incompetent media puppet who esentially ran the country into nuclear war and would have had millions killed if Superman hadn't been there to save his political ass).
Praise the Lord.
31 TheHandle28th Oct 2012 03:34:42 PM from Stockholm , Relationship Status: In my bunk
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[up]Wasn't that in Dark Knight Strikes Back?
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32 NapoleonDeCheese28th Oct 2012 06:39:42 PM from Valencia, Venezuela
It's Goofy Time.
[up]No, The Dark Knight Strikes Again had no Reagan. The president in that one was a computer generated 'Prez' Rickard (and obscure old DC character).
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