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How would the Dark Knight utilize his cunning and hand-to-hand combat skills against the size and strength of Earth's Mightiest Heroes? From Canadian Flag paint bombs to Hulk Repellent, Moviefone illustrates how Batman would defeat each Avenger.
Holy DVD commentaries, Batman! The maniacs at Vulture Scavenger dived into hours of behind-the-scenes footage and hundreds of pages of old newspaper and magazine articles to compile 46 things you probably didn't know about the modern-age (1989-present) movies featuring the Caped Crusader.
How did the modern-age Bat-movies get started, anyway? Rotten Tomatoes takes an in-depth look at Tim Burton's gothic one-two punch that got things rolling in Hollywood's version of Gotham City: "Batman" (1989) and "Batman Returns" (1992).
Wow, all these exhaustive Bat-retrospectives can be a bit overwhelming, even for a superhero. How about something a little more short and sweet? Hollywood.com provides the bare essentials with the non-geek's guide to the Dark Knight.
Yes, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the Riddler would've been sweet indeed, but alas, 'twas not meant to be. Complex gives homage to the dissed members of the Rogues Gallery with a list of ten villains it would've been nice to see in a Christopher Nolan Bat-film.
Really, how often do we get to bask in the whimsy of the guy who once recreated Devil's Tower with his mashed potatoes? Mostly because it has nothing to do with "The Dark Knight Rises," Movieline offers a three-minute supercut of the many laughs of Richard Dreyfuss.