Medicom's range of 'MAFEX' toys based on the Dark Knight trilogy are well known for their hyper-articulation - but the latest figure in the series looks like the hyper-articulation is doing her no favours.
While you were watching Nolan's third and final Dark Knight flick, did you wonder how in the hell they got the Bat to do all of its hovering, darting and intimidating? Sure you did!
Many years ago SNL created a commercial for the fictional toy line available for the Tom Hanks' film Philadelphia. It was of course completely inappropriate for the tone of the film, just like this Dark Knight-themed Potato Head.
These shots depict the already epic Turda Salt Mines, located in Transylvania, Romania. They could also be what Christopher Nolan chooses as the revamped Batcave in the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises. I can't think of a better candidate.
You know how awesome Superman looked? Anne Hathaway's Catwoman is like the opposite of that. Like, seriously what the heck. Does she have on 3D glasses? Where's the sexy? Where's the cat?! Where's the woman!?
Apparently Bruce Wayne needed some shoes to go with his business-casual wardrobe. But when your business is being Batman, even "casual" has to be intense.
It's finally here! The first ever official look at Chris Nolan's final Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, is out in this striking teaser poster. It promises a dark day for Gotham City.