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A big fan of Batman comics, Leahy lent his voice in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Showdown" as the Governor of the Utah territory. He appears in cameo roles in the 1997 film Batman and Robin, in the 2008 film The Dark Knight and the upcoming film The Dark Knight Rises.
Leahy wrote the introduction to the collected edition of Green Arrow: the Archer's Quest and the foreword to the first volume of The Dark Knight Archives, a hardcover reprinting of the first four issues of the Batman comic book.
Originally posted by EyesWideShut
So Far 10 are confirmed dead in a shooting at the Premier in Aurora, Co
Pray for these folks...
Thread Hereedit on 20-7-2012 by EyesWideShut because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by reeferman
reply to post by SilentKoala
everyone involved is PAID many times over, you expect to get paid
Don’t Occupy Gotham City: A Protester Reviews ‘The Dark Knight Rises’
Holy wealth inequality, Batman? Christopher Nolan’s new epic depicts a sinister class warfare. But that’s Hollywood, not the Occupy Movement, says one Occupy Wall Street organizer.
Politicians and the mainstream media now have to talk about wealth inequality even though most would probably prefer not to—and that’s thanks to the Occupy Wall Street protests. The movement’s become so popular that even Batman now has to fight wealth inequality. Did the Occupy Movement inspire the Dark Knight, a one-percenter chairman of weapons-manufacturing Wayne Tech Enterprises by day and masked (street) crime fighting vigilante by night, to join the fight to restore justice for the 99 percent as Rush Limbaugh recently insinuated?
Originally posted by defcon5
I opened this thread expecting to see people upset because the bad guy in the movie is based on the “occupy movement”. I figured that would cause some outrage among the members here.