Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JacksonArcher, Oct 27, 2010.
I see those Bat-undies have an extra-small crotch.
Posting this is just...scary.
Have these pics of Anne been posted yet?
Another story about shooting on the same site
Yes. Because everything in those movies are completely realistic and plausible...
Isn't the Tumbler cockpit larger than it should be to actually fit inside the thing? And to open it up they built an extra Tumbler than can't drive or do anything else. Very realistic.
From various people today. It's been pouring rain for awhile
If you think about it, it's kinda scary how excited everybody gets over every little detail when it comes these kinds of movies. Am I part of this everybody? Sadly, yes.
In the fourth picture down it looks like someone ran over Batmite with a bulldozer. Is that some sort of mascot?
I suddenly feel we should be in Central City instead of Gotham.
Also, Budlight: The Official Beer of Batman
I think the font for the 'Rogues' logo is a little like the DC one. Intentionally, I assume.
Not to be "that guy" but Gotham is in New Jersey. Giant Eagles stores are in the mid-west.
More evidence that we are in Central City.
Bruce Wayne likes Giant Eagle products so much that he bought a franchised store specifically for Gotham City.
It's too bad they didn't use Knights as the name of Gotham's football team.
Anyway, Rogues sounds like the name of an XFL team. Maybe that's how the Nolanverse is different from our universe; the XFL never folded.
@Broccoli more like Bud Light: Official sponsor of the NFL! That it's raining there is awesome. Just like a real NFL game in Hines Field. I'm assuming that since I don't see any NFL logos in those pics that the Rogues are part of a Fictional league which kind of sucks. I've always assumed in the comics that Metropolis and Gotham's sports teams are simply fictional teams in the real leagues.
Gotham has two baseball teams, like New York and Chicago. I believe it's the Knights in the National League and the Goliaths in the American League.
And I'm wrong. Here's how the professional sports leagues lined up in 1990 in the DCU.
According to Star Trek, Buck Bokai played for the Gotham City Bats.
Seeing the old division configuration in the NHL with added fictional teams is highly amusing and some what awesome! I wish that page was updated.
One of the football players describing his day
That's awesome. Sounds like the players had just as much fun being there as the fans and everyone else. Plus it gave them a day off (kind of) lol.
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