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2012-05-11 11:02:17 PM

RyansPrivates: Doogled: FreetardoRivera: Reminds me of how some people said Nolan changed the Joker and made him darker.

Joker has been shown differently over the years but his most violent and psychotic depictions easily match or exceed what is shown in the dark knight.

Seriously. We've had two animated movies (Under the Red Hood & Return of the Joker) that have much, much darker Jokers.

/Actually like DiMaggio as the Joker

Fan of the Hamill joker from B:TAS/JLU and Arkham VG.


Give Mark the lines and he can be as creepy as you like
 
2012-05-11 11:24:53 PM
wtf. just saw that picture for the first time and will probably vomit
 
2012-05-12 12:11:58 AM

FROGSTOMPER: I hope I can watch the movie without giggling now.

Of course before today I didn't think I could watch it without crying knowing that baby-face goof ball Ryan Reynolds was taking over as Batman in the following movies.


You may want to look into the date that story originally broke..
 
2012-05-12 12:16:05 AM

Shagbert: FROGSTOMPER: I hope I can watch the movie without giggling now.

Of course before today I didn't think I could watch it without crying knowing that baby-face goof ball Ryan Reynolds was taking over as Batman in the following movies.

You may want to look into the date that story originally broke..


Lol
 
2012-05-12 01:03:31 AM

ununcle: NeedlesslyCanadian: Bane's not just a thug, you Schumacher-ized goons. He's a genius, too. And a tactician. So where the Joker is a scrawny anarchist, Bane is an ordered guy who augments his presence with sheef physical strength.

It shoulda been Riddler.


Call me crazy, but I'll trust a proven movie director over a random guy biatching on the internet.
 
2012-05-12 01:22:46 AM

Carth: What is the worst movie Nolan has ever made? The Prestige? I'll wait until he makes at least one crap movie before I bet against him.


I actually love "The Prestige" -- it's a rare instance where I consider the movie vastly superior to the book.

I have a very unpopular opinion in that I do not really like the first Batman movie he did. I found it slow and boring. Though I love the second.
 
Skr
2012-05-12 01:30:14 AM
I really dislike all of the images I've seen of Bane, and additionally all of the promotional items for DKR. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised when I see the movie, but overall the appearance of this third film doesn't seem to be up to the standards of the previous two. Albeit sack head, and painted face weren't the most flashy villain costumes, Bane's just seems poorly executed, and the guy really doesn't have the physique showing that he is juicing.
 
2012-05-12 01:59:49 AM

Skr: I really dislike all of the images I've seen of Bane, and additionally all of the promotional items for DKR. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised when I see the movie, but overall the appearance of this third film doesn't seem to be up to the standards of the previous two. Albeit sack head, and painted face weren't the most flashy villain costumes, Bane's just seems poorly executed, and the guy really doesn't have the physique showing that he is juicing.


lol wut

www.iwatchstuff.com
 
2012-05-12 02:05:32 AM

browntimmy: ununcle: NeedlesslyCanadian: Bane's not just a thug, you Schumacher-ized goons. He's a genius, too. And a tactician. So where the Joker is a scrawny anarchist, Bane is an ordered guy who augments his presence with sheef physical strength.

It shoulda been Riddler.

Call me crazy, but I'll trust a proven movie director over a random guy biatching on the internet.


Well,, that's fine. But that's what directors like Joel Schumacher said. But ok what ever...
 
2012-05-12 02:13:55 AM

Wayne 985: Skr: I really dislike all of the images I've seen of Bane, and additionally all of the promotional items for DKR. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised when I see the movie, but overall the appearance of this third film doesn't seem to be up to the standards of the previous two. Albeit sack head, and painted face weren't the most flashy villain costumes, Bane's just seems poorly executed, and the guy really doesn't have the physique showing that he is juicing.

lol wut

[www.iwatchstuff.com image 640x858]


Let's get this right. No mater how good they make Bane look,,, they shoulda gone with a mind fark. Not a farkin muscle thug. Plain and simple Nolen shoulda gone with the mind over matter.
 
2012-05-12 02:38:02 AM

ununcle: Let's get this right. No mater how good they make Bane look,,, they shoulda gone with a mind fark. Not a farkin muscle thug. Plain and simple Nolen shoulda gone with the mind over matter.


Except Bane is a genius, not just a meathead. That's the beauty of it. This guy can outwit and outmatch Batman.
 
2012-05-12 02:55:58 AM

rocky_howard: ununcle: Let's get this right. No mater how good they make Bane look,,, they shoulda gone with a mind fark. Not a farkin muscle thug. Plain and simple Nolen shoulda gone with the mind over matter.

Except Bane is a genius, not just a meathead. That's the beauty of it. This guy can outwit and outmatch Batman.


I really don't know much about Bane. I don't read comic books, but still, the general public would have react'd stronger with a riddler because most people don't read comics. I'll trust Nolan,k but I'm not sure most other people on the fence will. Plus Bane has to split time with Catwomen? Ugh.
 
2012-05-12 04:42:08 AM

serpent_sky: found it slow and boring. Though I love the second.


You're not alone. I found the first movie very bad. The second one I found amazing.
 
Skr
2012-05-12 06:12:55 AM

Wayne 985: Skr: I really dislike all of the images I've seen of Bane, and additionally all of the promotional items for DKR. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised when I see the movie, but overall the appearance of this third film doesn't seem to be up to the standards of the previous two. Albeit sack head, and painted face weren't the most flashy villain costumes, Bane's just seems poorly executed, and the guy really doesn't have the physique showing that he is juicing.

lol wut

[www.iwatchstuff.com image 640x858]


Everyone's biceps look large when pressed against their pectorals in that cross armed fashion.
I went from seeing this -

www.comics101.com

to whatever Nolan is trying to convey. Nolan's Bane looks like it just came out of a discount costume shop. it isn't very menacing, and at least from sight alone doesn't show intelligence behind the villain.
Bane should look like he knows the best way to rip off your arms and shove them up your arse in one swift motion.
 
2012-05-12 09:22:33 AM
I've been seeing just an obscene amount of Avengers love on fark lately.

Avengers sucked. There, I said it. Am I the only person who thinks this?

The dialogue and plot were written at a 5th grade reading level. It really was a kids movie (not that there is anything wrong with that), but not in the sense that its an adult movie (or at least PG13) that kids just enjoy even though they don't understand all of it. The whole movie, from the character motivations/interactions, were absolutely paper thin and borderline childish - I felt like I was watching jar jar binks stepping in poop or smelling a fart from the Phantom Menace the entire time (you can notice these parts easily by paying attention to all of the child laughter).

There were plot holes were large enough to completely distract me while watching the film. I don't mean plot holes like "its a comic book movie, don't worry about how an aircraft carrier can actually fly" or "gee, how are Hulks pants not immediately being torn apart? I know he wasn't wearing 95 inch wasteline pants pre-transformation" - but plot holes like:

- How are alien soldiers from a super advanced space traveling race getting killed by standard bullets (Black Widow + cops)?

- How is Legolas ... errr I mean Hawkeye ... able to headshot 100 mph moving targets at a distance with an arrow flying at 150 mph (being generous here on arrow speed)? The math here literally requires him to have pre-cognition of where a target will actually be and the targets do not fly in a straight, linear, predictable path.

- How is Captain America actually shot by one of the alien "laser guns" in the stomach and not die? Does he have healing powers like Wolverine or something?

- If Loki can teleport and stab people with his staff, that means that all the "human" type heroes should be insta killed (Black Widow, Hawkeye, Captain America, Tony Stark when he was out of his suit)

- Why did the giant flying caterpillar open its "mouth" and roar just as iron man was flying into it in order to blow it up from the inside? Seems to me the smart thing to do would just be to keep your mouth shut and smash into him head on at 300 mph. Even if his suit survived the impact (made of some super strong metal alloy I suppose) the sheer G force would kill any human inside the suit. His organs would literally crush themselves within his body due to the inertia and sudden stop/reversal from an impact at that speed (think how Dale Earnhart died when he crashed his 200 mph nascar into a wall head on).

- Did the giant caterpillars actually do anything? I never saw them shoot anything - all they did was bump into some parked cars and scrape some buildings.

- Whey did the Avengers suddenly become so sad and "united" after Loki stabbed the one government dweeb? I guess the "80 people dead in 2 days" or everyone else on the magic flying aircraft carrier who had just been killed didn't matter. But kill one guy with some koolaid on his baseball cards and suddenly the heroes get serious.

- Where was the air force? Did the US military just fall asleep at the wheel? Seemed to me like the aliens flying around in open air hovercrafts would be easy targets for a squadron of fighter jets to "help" our heroes.

- So can the aliens breathe oxygen? I sure hope so - they didn't look like they were wearing pressurized suits to me.

- Why do the alien soldiers and the "bad guy" from another world all have 2 legs, 2 arms, 2 eyes, and probably penises ... ? In other words. Why do they look exactly like humans?

- We can launch a missile and hit a certain window in a certain building on the other side of the planet. Why did we feel like "Manhattan is lost! Nuke it to kill the caterpillars!" and just fire a missile at the city? Why couldn't we ... you know ... fire it up through the portal into the alien ship .... you know kinda like what Ironman made the missile do, when it could have just been launched into the portal in the first place? Don't tell me we didn't have the technology, we have flying aircraft carriers.

- Were all of the heroes wearing small bluetooth earpieces that I couldn't see? They sure seemed to be able to communicate across great distances effortlessly without any visible sign of communication devices. Maybe Captain America had it under his "helmet", obviously Iron Man has communications ... but what about Hammer God man, Black Widow, Hawkeye? I'm guessing Hulk wasn't communicating at all - just smashing everything he sees.

This post has been building in my mind for a while. I just cannot understand the love for this Avengers movie. Iron Man 1, X-men 1 and 2, Batman Begins and TDK were ALL better movies BY FAR.

For the record I thought Captain America sucked, Iron Man 2 sucked, X3 and Origins sucked ... first class was just OK. Haven't seen hammer god man's stand-alone movie.

I'm very excited to see Prometheus and TDKR.
 
2012-05-12 09:51:41 AM
miked1883

I agree with how overrated the Avengers movie was. It's not hate; I just didn't find it the best flick ever. I think the 3D was seriously lacking, as well. The action was cool, and the special effects were performed well, but was sacrificed in order to put so many characters into each scene. While not bad at all, I was expecting more. Also, did the Avengers ever 'team up' on villains, or did each have individual battles? I will watch again, as I dl'ed the cam before catching it in the theaters.

/still glad they made it
//can't wait for TDKR
 
ecl
2012-05-12 10:20:32 AM

miked1883: I've been seeing just an obscene amount of Avengers love on fark lately.

Avengers sucked. There, I said it. Am I the only person who thinks this?

The dialogue and plot were written at a 5th grade reading level. It really was a kids movie (not that there is anything wrong with that), but not in the sense that its an adult movie (or at least PG13) that kids just enjoy even though they don't understand all of it. The whole movie, from the character motivations/interactions, were absolutely paper thin and borderline childish - I felt like I was watching jar jar binks stepping in poop or smelling a fart from the Phantom Menace the entire time (you can notice these parts easily by paying attention to all of the child laughter).

There were plot holes were large enough to completely distract me while watching the film. I don't mean plot holes like "its a comic book movie, don't worry about how an aircraft carrier can actually fly" or "gee, how are Hulks pants not immediately being torn apart? I know he wasn't wearing 95 inch wasteline pants pre-transformation" - but plot holes like:

- How are alien soldiers from a super advanced space traveling race getting killed by standard bullets (Black Widow + cops)?

- How is Legolas ... errr I mean Hawkeye ... able to headshot 100 mph moving targets at a distance with an arrow flying at 150 mph (being generous here on arrow speed)? The math here literally requires him to have pre-cognition of where a target will actually be and the targets do not fly in a straight, linear, predictable path.

- How is Captain America actually shot by one of the alien "laser guns" in the stomach and not die? Does he have healing powers like Wolverine or something?

- If Loki can teleport and stab people with his staff, that means that all the "human" type heroes should be insta killed (Black Widow, Hawkeye, Captain America, Tony Stark when he was out of his suit)

- Why did the giant flying caterpillar open its "mouth" and roar just as iron man was ...


0/10 Watch the movie first.
 
2012-05-12 10:31:29 AM
Three things no one's mentioned yet:

From what i read, Nolan's Bane won't have super-steroid pumping through his mask. It's more that he was grievously injured, and he needs a constant supply of painkillers and adrenaline to keep him going. (In the prologue, the CIA man grabs his mask and asks "if i take this off, will you die?" to which Bane responds with "it would be... very painful.") He's damaged, like Darth Vader, and probably doesn't expect to live a long life, which fuels his ambitions to wreck things as quickly as possible.

If i was latino, i might be pissed that they turned a well-known latino supervillain into some kinda crazy German/Brit/whatever.

You can make an unbelievably accurate custom Bane character in Soul Calibur V. Seriously, it's spot-on. Now i just have to learn that damned Devil Jin style.
 
2012-05-12 11:13:04 AM
ecl

I saw it last weekend. It sucked dude, maybe you can explain to me some of my questions/plot holes? I'd really love to know just what about the movie was so great that everyone is having a nerdgasm over it.
 
2012-05-12 11:30:56 AM

ELF Radio: Three things no one's mentioned yet:

From what i read, Nolan's Bane won't have super-steroid pumping through his mask. It's more that he was grievously injured, and he needs a constant supply of painkillers and adrenaline to keep him going. (In the prologue, the CIA man grabs his mask and asks "if i take this off, will you die?" to which Bane responds with "it would be... very painful.") He's damaged, like Darth Vader, and probably doesn't expect to live a long life, which fuels his ambitions to wreck things as quickly as possible.

If i was latino, i might be pissed that they turned a well-known latino supervillain into some kinda crazy German/Brit/whatever.

You can make an unbelievably accurate custom Bane character in Soul Calibur V. Seriously, it's spot-on. Now i just have to learn that damned Devil Jin style.


In the comic Banes venom addiction almost causes him sever pain if he tries to stop taking it. I don't think we can say for sure that it is just painkillers in the nolan version.
 
2012-05-12 11:36:09 AM

miked1883: I've been seeing just an obscene amount of Avengers love on fark lately.

Avengers sucked. There, I said it. Am I the only person who thinks this?

The dialogue and plot were written at a 5th grade reading level. It really was a kids movie (not that there is anything wrong with that), but not in the sense that its an adult movie (or at least PG13) that kids just enjoy even though they don't understand all of it. The whole movie, from the character motivations/interactions, were absolutely paper thin and borderline childish - I felt like I was watching jar jar binks stepping in poop or smelling a fart from the Phantom Menace the entire time (you can notice these parts easily by paying attention to all of the child laughter).

There were plot holes were large enough to completely distract me while watching the film. I don't mean plot holes like "its a comic book movie, don't worry about how an aircraft carrier can actually fly" or "gee, how are Hulks pants not immediately being torn apart? I know he wasn't wearing 95 inch wasteline pants pre-transformation" - but plot holes like:

- How are alien soldiers from a super advanced space traveling race getting killed by standard bullets (Black Widow + cops)?

- How is Legolas ... errr I mean Hawkeye ... able to headshot 100 mph moving targets at a distance with an arrow flying at 150 mph (being generous here on arrow speed)? The math here literally requires him to have pre-cognition of where a target will actually be and the targets do not fly in a straight, linear, predictable path.



Actually you are being stingy. An amateur archer has an arrow speed around 180mph a good bow and skilled archer will put you over 200mph. Hawkeye's bow and arrows are designed by stark and himself and are designed to faster and more accurate than any other which would put him somewhere between 350-450mph depending on which type of arrow.

Good troll attempt though save it for the next avenger thread I'm sure you'll get more bites.
 
2012-05-12 12:02:54 PM
Q. How are alien soldiers from a super advanced space traveling race getting killed by standard bullets (Black Widow + cops)?

A: More dakka kills anything. Why wouldn't bullets kill you? It's like saying now that we have guns, why would knives hurt special forces.

How is Legolas ... errr I mean Hawkeye ... able to headshot 100 mph moving targets at a distance with an arrow flying at 150 mph (being generous here on arrow speed)? The math here literally requires him to have pre-cognition of where a target will actually be and the targets do not fly in a straight, linear, predictable path.

A: It's his superpower.

- How is Captain America actually shot by one of the alien "laser guns" in the stomach and not die? Does he have healing powers like Wolverine or something?

A: Supersoldier serum.

If Loki can teleport and stab people with his staff, that means that all the "human" type heroes should be insta killed (Black Widow, Hawkeye, Captain America, Tony Stark when he was out of his suit)

A: If Loki did that he would be the first wizard in movies to realize that he's capable of doing that. Even Flash never realizes his powers to the fullest.

Why did the giant flying caterpillar open its "mouth" and roar just as iron man was flying into it in order to blow it up from the inside? Seems to me the smart thing to do would just be to keep your mouth shut and smash into him head on at 300 mph

A: All movie and video game monsters open their mouths to roar when they get the chance. Guild Rules.

Even if his suit survived the impact (made of some super strong metal alloy I suppose) the sheer G force would kill any human inside the suit. His organs would literally crush themselves within his body due to the inertia and sudden stop/reversal from an impact at that speed (think how Dale Earnhart died when he crashed his 200 mph nascar into a wall head on).

A: Stark invented the inertial dampers used in Star Trek.

Did the giant caterpillars actually do anything? I never saw them shoot anything - all they did was bump into some parked cars and scrape some buildings.

A: Caterpillars, even very large ones, aren't very bright and are quite lazy.

Whey did the Avengers suddenly become so sad and "united" after Loki stabbed the one government dweeb? I guess the "80 people dead in 2 days" or everyone else on the magic flying aircraft carrier who had just been killed didn't matter. But kill one guy with some koolaid on his baseball cards and suddenly the heroes get serious.

A: Achilles sulked and refused to fight for days until his cabana boy was killed. Heroes have a long tradition about not caring about the slaughter of faceless mooks.

Where was the air force? Did the US military just fall asleep at the wheel? Seemed to me like the aliens flying around in open air hovercrafts would be easy targets for a squadron of fighter jets to "help" our heroes.

A: Nick Fury told them to stand down unless they had a drunken yahoo who had been anal probed to pilot a plane. He was genre savvy enough to know if the USAF got involved, the aliens would either transform or teleport a fleet in for a Macross Massacre.
 
2012-05-12 12:08:37 PM
Q: So can the aliens breathe oxygen? I sure hope so - they didn't look like they were wearing pressurized suits to me.

A:Yup, the High Evolutionary prepared them for this moment. After all, how many opportunities do you get to invade a planet with a similar atmosphere and gravity as your home?

Q:Why do the alien soldiers and the "bad guy" from another world all have 2 legs, 2 arms, 2 eyes, and probably penises ... ? In other words. Why do they look exactly like humans?

A:Well, they do have two penii.

Q:We can launch a missile and hit a certain window in a certain building on the other side of the planet. Why did we feel like "Manhattan is lost! Nuke it to kill the caterpillars!" and just fire a missile at the city? Why couldn't we ... you know ... fire it up through the portal into the alien ship .... you know kinda like what Ironman made the missile do, when it could have just been launched into the portal in the first place? Don't tell me we didn't have the technology, we have flying aircraft carriers.

A:UFIA missile fire control is tricky.

Q:Were all of the heroes wearing small bluetooth earpieces that I couldn't see? They sure seemed to be able to communicate across great distances effortlessly without any visible sign of communication devices. Maybe Captain America had it under his "helmet", obviously Iron Man has communications ... but what about Hammer God man, Black Widow, Hawkeye? I'm guessing Hulk wasn't communicating at all - just smashing everything he sees.

Dr. Strange was enabling secure astral plane communication with his Palantir.
 
2012-05-12 12:40:28 PM

miked1883: ecl

I saw it last weekend. It sucked dude, maybe you can explain to me some of my questions/plot holes? I'd really love to know just what about the movie was so great that everyone is having a nerdgasm over it.


You like plot holes? The Dark Knight had plot holes too. Let Bats rap it to you: Link
 
2012-05-12 12:40:43 PM

miked1883: I've been seeing just an obscene amount of Avengers love on fark lately.

Avengers sucked. There, I said it. Am I the only person who thinks this?

The dialogue and plot were written at a 5th grade reading level. It really was a kids movie (not that there is anything wrong with that), but not in the sense that its an adult movie (or at least PG13) that kids just enjoy even though they don't understand all of it. The whole movie, from the character motivations/interactions, were absolutely paper thin and borderline childish - I felt like I was watching jar jar binks stepping in poop or smelling a fart from the Phantom Menace the entire time (you can notice these parts easily by paying attention to all of the child laughter).
.


Armond White agrees with you
 
2012-05-12 01:11:48 PM

ununcle: FreetardoRivera: Fark the Riddler.

They can save that crappy, dated character for whenever they got money hungry enough to restart batman again.

Maybe pick someone really awful like ryan reynolds to be him.

No. I couldn't disagree more. The Riddler had Nolan written all over it and in my mind it's an abomination he didn't run with it. How is Riddler dated? Leaving farking pasty notes all over Gothem and Wayne Manor for Gorden to figure out too late? They coulda had him take over the press and media to dis Batman, take over Wayne Enterprises to disempower Wayne, and run for a farking senate seat to eventually take over the country. He's second fiddle to Joker and coulda really farked up Gotham with proper screenplay. Nolan shoulda went with Riddler.


riddler would never work in nolan's continuity. the nolan batman is a thug, a brawler, a brute who punches through his problems unless he borrows, buys, or is given some piece of technology to do the thinking for him. he's not the world's greatest detective here or a scientist or even much of a strategist...y'know, all that stuff that made the character awesome...tossed to the wayside for poorly choreographed and awkward fight scenes and whatever deus ex machina prop or cgi they can superficially slap some sort of 'deep' meaning or moral dilemma on.
 
2012-05-12 02:03:24 PM
Avengers sucked. There, I said it. Am I the only person who thinks this?

The dialogue and plot were written at a 5th grade reading level. It really was a kids movie (not that there is anything wrong with that), but not in the sense that its an adult movie (or at least PG13) that kids just enjoy even though they don't understand all of it. The whole movie, from the character motivations/interactions, were absolutely paper thin and borderline childish - I felt like I was watching jar jar binks stepping in poop or smelling a fart from the Phantom Menace the entire time (you can notice these parts easily by paying attention to all of the child laughter).


THIS!!!!!

It was so farking bad by the time the sky opened in NYC I was ready to walk out. The acting also sucked! Downey and Ruffalo were very good but everyone else was laughable (yes even Jackson) ....
 
2012-05-12 02:48:30 PM
so i guess the litmus test is, if you've got a stick up your arse, you like batman. if you dont...avengers, all the way

Parachute Test Platoon:

It was so farking bad by the time the sky opened in NYC I was ready to walk out. The acting also sucked! Downey and Ruffalo were very good but everyone else was laughable (yes even Jackson) ....


i can say the same about TDK. by the time you get to the two ferries...all i could think was, how many hamfisted morality plays is nolan gonna cram into this bloated self important POS. whedon may have gone with a broad brush in terms of garnering appeal, but nolan's approach is more scatter shot. and apart from kane and freeman (who had relatively little to do) the acting was shiat. gyllenhaal? please. even coleman wasn't very good and i love the shiat outta that guy

for me, watching a nolan bat-flick is a labor. the pace plods along, the action is underwhelming and it takes a sunday-school approach to convey the message of the reel. avengers on the other hand was 2 1/2 hrs of pure enjoyment. it is probably the only example i can give out of 30 yrs of movie-going of actually getting more than my money's worth for the price of admission. avengers is the new gold standard of which all movies of this genre will be measured. BB and TDK pale in comparison, based on that, and the extremely underwhelming things we've been shown of TDKR, i don't expect miracles, i don't know why you would either
 
2012-05-12 06:09:33 PM

Skr: Wayne 985: Skr: I really dislike all of the images I've seen of Bane, and additionally all of the promotional items for DKR. I am hoping to be pleasantly surprised when I see the movie, but overall the appearance of this third film doesn't seem to be up to the standards of the previous two. Albeit sack head, and painted face weren't the most flashy villain costumes, Bane's just seems poorly executed, and the guy really doesn't have the physique showing that he is juicing.

lol wut

[www.iwatchstuff.com image 640x858]

Everyone's biceps look large when pressed against their pectorals in that cross armed fashion.
I went from seeing this -

[www.comics101.com image 510x598]

to whatever Nolan is trying to convey. Nolan's Bane looks like it just came out of a discount costume shop. it isn't very menacing, and at least from sight alone doesn't show intelligence behind the villain.
Bane should look like he knows the best way to rip off your arms and shove them up your arse in one swift motion.


You have it backwards. That Bane from the video game is a bastardization. It's Nolan's version that is closer to the original.

media.comicvine.com

That's Bane in the comics.
 
2012-05-12 07:24:03 PM

rocky_howard: FreetardoRivera: Other than not showing or mentioning the Lazarus pits (although they hint at his agelessness) Nolan didn't change much about the character

The only thing Nolan changed was mixing him with Henri Ducard.


Which was just farking brilliant, by the way.
 
2012-05-13 01:19:19 AM
images.topix.com

I don't know, I thought it looked more like this.
 
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