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Bleeding Cool reports from multiple anonymous sources that The Dark Knight Returns by Frank (we are obligated to include Sin City and 300 in his middle name now) Miller and Klaus Janson is in early development at Warner Premiere/WB Animation.
But people seem to be forgetting– the adaptation’s already been done, at least partially, back on The New Batman Adventures in an episode entitled “Legends Of The Dark Knight” which aired on October 10, 1998. Take a look:
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The final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, may be over a year away but fans in the UK are set to enjoy plenty of Bat-action in 2011 as the action packed arena spectacular Batman Live tours the country from July. The storyline, which has just been released today, will focus on the young Dick Grayson's quest for justice after the loss of his parents to organised crime, following in the footsteps of his hero, the vigilante known as the Batman.
Described as "an affecting coming of age story", the live show will see the Dynamic Duo square off against the combined forces of The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. Mixing acrobatics, daredevil stunt work, illusions and cutting-edge design, Batman Live will take in iconic Gotham locations such as the Batcave, Arkham Asylum and Penguin's Iceberg Lounge to present an unparalleled visual spectacle. »
With the pivotal casting rumours of Christopher Nolan’s final Batman instalment, The Dark Knight Rises, being revealed with Anna Hathaway as Selina Kyle/Catwoman and Tom Hardy as Bane. But a question a lot of non and causal Batman fans might be quickly googling is; Who the Hell is Bane?
Bane surfaced in the comic book world in January 1993 issue Batman: Vengeance of Bane as a brainchild of Chuck Dixon, Doug Moench and Graham Nolan (no connection). Bane was born of the fictional island of Santa Prisca and grew up serving his revolutionary father’s prison sentence, at Pena Duro, after his escape. Bane developed extraordinary skills in the prison, expanding his mental and physical abilities with impressive results. Bane thrived in this hostile environment, killing his first person at the age of eight and ending up becoming the ‘king’ of Pena Duro prison.
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3 items from 2011
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