9 Things You May Not Know About The Dark Knight Series

Super Hero Hype - With The Dark Knight Rises just around the corner and anticipation building just as quickly as it's predecessor, we felt here at SuperHeroHype that we should go back and look at the series as a whole. Since this is the final chapter of the series and they happen to be some of the most epic films being made, why don't we take a walk down memory lane and peek at the flicks, but not in the way you'd expect. Yeah we could sit here and do a retrospective about them dissecting all of the intricate plot details and all the references to other Batman lore, but we'll save that for another day if there is any interest. Today we'll be looking back at the movies, their popularity, and myths about them and hopefully be presenting you with a list of things related to the series that you probably didn't know.

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KrimsonKody1556d ago (Edited 1556d ago )

I tend to keep having this argument with an close friend of mine;
He wholeheartedly believes that Lucious Fox (or Alfred, he changes it up sometimes) is actually "the" dark knight, & that Batman is just Batman.
He claims that he read this detail in an very old Batman comic.
His logic is that Batman has the riches, but Lucious (or Alfred) is the actual architect & brains behind Batmans' gear & tech.
I just felt need to mention this, because he, once again, nagged me over the weekend about this same "fact".

Ezio20481556d ago

you...and specially your friend, both are idiots!

aDDicteD1554d ago

anthony hopkins as alfred would make the trilogy more epic. kurt russel wont be as good as oldman when it comes to portraying commisioner gordon. the whole article was very trivial.