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2012-06-27 01:48:55 PM
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2012-06-27 01:39:54 PM
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He won't die, Bane will break his back, JGL will take the mantle in the interim, he will rehab and return

aka Knightfall
2012-06-27 01:22:44 PM
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no. batman will not die.

he never died in the books. nolan KILLING bruce would be a slap in the face of every comic about him ever written. bruce gets old. that's all.
2012-06-27 05:02:22 PM
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t3knomanser: dajoro: [moviesmedia.ign.com image 450x338]

Since you brought it up, while "Batman: Beyond" wasn't as good as TAS, it had one moment that was the best moment for Batman ever.

The sound-power villain is trying to convince people that Bruce Wayne is insane. Bruce Wayne has ended up in the hospital, and is hearing voices, voices saying things like: "Jump! End it, Bruce. You know you want to, Bruce." Eventually, Terry shows up, Bruce Wayne tells him that there's a directional speaker in the light fixture, and sure enough- there is. When Terry asks him how he knew, the reply was: "Because the voice called me Bruce. In my head, that's not what I call myself."

Terry replies, "Yeah, well that's my name now."

I just love that bit, so much.


Indeed. Batman Beyond overall was just a well-written show. Here's the full exchange:

Terry: Tell me something - why were you so sure those voices weren't coming from you?
Bruce: Well, first, I know I'm not psychotic.
Terry: I hope your other reason is more convincing.
Bruce: Second, the voice kept calling me "Bruce." In my mind, that's not what I call myself.
Terry: What do you call yourself? [Bruce just looks at him for a moment] Oh, yeah. I suppose you would. [Batman voice] But that's my name now.
Bruce: Tell that to my subconscious.
2012-06-27 03:21:49 PM
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dajoro: [moviesmedia.ign.com image 450x338]


Since you brought it up, while "Batman: Beyond" wasn't as good as TAS, it had one moment that was the best moment for Batman ever.

The sound-power villain is trying to convince people that Bruce Wayne is insane. Bruce Wayne has ended up in the hospital, and is hearing voices, voices saying things like: "Jump! End it, Bruce. You know you want to, Bruce." Eventually, Terry shows up, Bruce Wayne tells him that there's a directional speaker in the light fixture, and sure enough- there is. When Terry asks him how he knew, the reply was: "Because the voice called me Bruce. In my head, that's not what I call myself."

Terry replies, "Yeah, well that's my name now."

I just love that bit, so much.
2012-06-27 03:07:13 PM
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midigod: frepnog: /have not seen Avengers yet.

Go see it. Best comic book brought to life ever. Awesome movie.

Better than Iron Man or Dark Knight? I disagree. In fact, I don't think it comes close to either of those.


iron man is fantastic. i love that film. yes, avengers is better. not by much, but it is. if for no other reason than the one scene when thor and hulk are standing side by side... and hulk just punches the shiat out of him for no real reason. that one scene is better than any single scene in Iron Man.

dark knight is in no way a comic book movie. it is a crime drama that involves characters that were originally in comic books.
2012-06-27 02:50:21 PM
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frepnog: /have not seen Avengers yet.

Go see it. Best comic book brought to life ever. Awesome movie.


Better than Iron Man or Dark Knight? I disagree. In fact, I don't think it comes close to either of those.
2012-06-27 02:09:03 PM
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Glitchwerks: frepnog: nolan KILLING bruce would be a slap in the face of every comic about him ever written.

Funny, because every time I see another movie adaptation of a comic book I expect to be slapped in the face.

/have not seen Avengers yet.


Go see it. Best comic book brought to life ever. Awesome movie.
 
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