This latest attempt at Bane's unique speech pattern stars a cat. Folks, meet BaneCat.
The CollegeHumor illustrator known for such features as The X-Men Guide To Puberty, Superhero Sex Moves and What If Superheroes Were Hipsters?, Caldwell Tanner is a reliably funny cartoonist who, like your ComicsAlliance staff, has a big soft spot for dogs (we cannot testify to his estimation of other humans -- we think you can guess ours). As part of the Sidekicks series of animal rescue advocacy shorts, tanner details not just his history with and affection for dogs, but also why they are uniquely fascinating to draw and what role The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy had in Tanner's adoption of his pet and muse, Harriet.
In one of those "I can't believe none of us thought to do this sooner" moments, one fan of The Dark Knight Rises has merged the masks of Batman and Bane. In an ideal world, Christian Bale would put this on and combine his Dark Knight voice with the dulcet tones of Tom Hardy's Bane, leading to roughly 10 billion "such a lovely, lovely voice" jokes on the internet.Tom Howe
So that's one Internet discussion we can put to rest. I mean, I know it's tempting fate to say that, but the evidence is conclusive: Bane's voice was indeed modified between early screenings of The Dark Knight Rises' prologue late last year and the film that was released earlier this month. The proof comes in the form of an audio c
The Dark Knight Rises arrives in theaters on July 20, but those simply longing to see Tom Hardy's Bane surf a camo Tumbler can celebrate early with the reveal of new 1/6 scale action figures from Hot Toys. That's right, Bane and his presumed version of Batman's Tumbler are getting the Hot Toys treatment, and all the trimmings that go along with it. Bane's a pretty spartan dude, so he comes with a moderate amount of accessories such
On sale now, Entertainment Weekly's summer movie preview for 2012 comes with quite a lot of new images and information pertaining to The Dark Knight Rises, the new Christopher Nolan film based on the Batman character created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. In addition to six new images of Batman, Catwoman and Bane that may or may not constitute spoilers, the issue comes with some remarks from Nolan and his actors that offer some insight
Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly comes a handful of new images from The Dark Knight Rises, the third and final chapter of writer/director Christopher Nolan's beloved Batman film cycle. Shots include a very nice closeup of Tom Hardy's Bane, revealing all the details about his mask, and a great full-torso photograph of Christian Bale's Batman t
As we predicted in our early review of The Dark Knight Rises prologue, actor Tom Hardy's heavily affected accent filtered through the mouth-covering mask of Bane has resulted in an immediately distinctive and eminently mockable voice. Reports indicated that director Christopher Nolan was largely satisfied with Bane's speech but that slight modifications were forthcoming. It would seem the film