The Joker is a Gotham City area criminal whose proclivity for mayhem, violence and bad pun-based humor categorize him firmly as fiercely insane. David Alvarez is a Leavenworth, Washington area YouTuber whose activities would also inspire caution and fear were it not for the fact that everything he does seems to be Rubik's Cube-based. A crazy genius in his own right, Alvarez paid tribute to the clown prince of madness with an astonishing portrait of Heath
The Dark Knight
Movies: In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Executive producer Avi Arad says that The Amazing Spider-Man isn't necessarily a cinematic reboot. Zuh, fwah?! It's totally a reboot, though.
Obviously, there's nothing good about war. You've got untold devastation, countless deaths, the crippling of peaceful relations for decades to come, and none of the fighting technology looks even remotely as cool as the vehicles and weapons we see in our favorite comic book and science fiction films
Every kid experiences rough patches when, on some level, they wouldn't mind if their school burned down (not necessarily to hurt their peers or teachers, but to avoid going to class), but one Irish teen took that desire to the extreme by tapping into Heath Ledger's "The Dark Knight" anarchy and committing arson dressed as the Clown Prince of Crime
Where does Batman get all of his wonderful toys? From Gee Whiz Customs, it looks like.
The self-proclaimed commissioned custom toy specialists - and they have certainly earned the title - are currently accepting orders for their Dark Knight Armory Diorama built to coexist with Hot Toys' "The Dark Knight" action figures. Basically, we're talking about the coolest action figure closet I've ever seen with plenty of storage space for batara
If you're not entirely sure why Batman was so insistent on taking the blame for Harvey "Two-Face" Dent's killing spree at the end of "The Dark Knight," you're not alone. Batman doesn't get it, either.
The Key of Awesome pokes a formidable hole in "The Dark Knight" in their latest video, "The Dark Knight Is Confused." The parody picks
There may still be 16ish shopping days left until Christmas, but if you're like Batman, you may not be in the mood for holiday mirth just yet.
Fortunately for those needing seasonal inspiration, there's the animated action figure short, "'Twas The Dark Knight Before Christmas."
Vampires, werewolves, needy teen girls who seem to rely on dudes to nausea-inducing extremes -- none of the above were able to best the Caped Crusader and everyone's friendly neighborhood Web-Slinger.