Posts Tagged ‘Bane’
 

 

Crisis of Infinite Reviews 04/05/17

Batman #20 Publisher: DC Writer: Tom King Artist: David Finch Colorist: Jordie Bellaire Cover: David Finch, Danny Miki, & Jordie Bellaire I’m going to have to take back some of the things I said on Tales From The...
by InfiniteSpeech
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The Comics Console: ‘Injustice 2’ Reveals The Society In ‘Shattered Alliance’ Pt 4

Shattered Alliance has been laying out some of the story for Injustice 2 in the previous episodes but this one delivers a twist we didn’t see coming! Grodd has formed a new cadre of villains who are calling themselves &#...
by InfiniteSpeech
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The Comics Console: Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series & New Injustice 2 Villains Trailer!

Right on the heels of their latest Batman game, Telltale is taking us to outer space for an episodic adventure on the Marvel side with the Guardians of the Galaxy! Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series...
by InfiniteSpeech
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DC Reviews: Batman #9

Batman #9 Publisher: DC Writer: Tom King Artist: Mikel Janin Colorist: June Chung Cover: Mikel Janin Now THIS is how you begin a story arc the right way! First we have a villain who is being elevated above more just a muscle bo...
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Character Spotlight: Victor Zsasz

Boo! Since we’re getting closer and closer to Halloween it feels like it’s time to look into some of the scarier characters comics have to offer. How about Victor Zsasz? A serial killer who is either locked up or a ...
by Dr. Bustos
 

 
 

Tom Hardy Leaves ‘Suicide Squad’ Film

Tom Hardy who’s most known for his amazing performance as “Bane” in The Dark Knight Rises will not be a member of Suicide Squad, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The THR report says the actor who was set to play Rick...
by Cameron Crump
 

 

 

Character Spotlight: Bane

The man who broke The Bat. That is the reputation of Bane, the luchador mask wearing villian who pumps himself full of a drug called Venom and takes his opponents across his knee (very different meaning with him than the usual)...
by Dr. Bustos