Years after The Joker was stopped in Gotham City, it turns out the clown prince of crime is still alive, and is planning to attack Gotham City. It's up to Batman to gear up to take down the villainous Joker.
The maniacal Harley Quinn emerges ten years after the Joker's capture at the end of The Dark Knight, in search of him, leaving a now war torn caped crusader to combat the wave of death and anarchy she unleashes.
Osokwe Tychicus Vasquez
Krystal M. Harris,
Delve into the world of Batman and the vigilante justice that he brought to the city of Gotham. Batman is a man who, after experiencing great tragedy, devotes his life to an ideal - but what happens when one man takes on the evil underworld alone? Examine why Batman is who he is - and explore how a boy scarred by tragedy becomes a symbol of hope to everyone else. Written by
I never thought I'd critique a TV show, but... having a bunch of paperback quacks, a forensic consultant and a rabbi for crying out loud (author of 'Wisdom of the Batcave' - I kid you not - and the forthcoming 'Popeye; the Spinoza of Spinach') all parading their 2-bit pseudo-psycho-evaluation, while doing their best to circumvent that irksome little fact that we're talking about a friggin' 1939 comic book superhero, resurrected every so often as a movie character for nothing more than Hollywood payola (aarrgghhh!!)..
So yeah, it had me seething at the hifalutin posturing, the psycho-babble ranting and the conceited effort to pass this off as something more than an Access Hollywood reject.
Shame on the History Channel for hosting such an asinine, superfluous, steaming pile of.. bio-spoofing-mockumentary. Clearly a sign of the end of times.
Nice imagery tho'...
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