Crafted by 3D game artist Andrew Pearson-Roach, this real-world version of Batman supervillain Bane at least has several cool photos we can look at.
Cats are sneaky creatures — anarchists that live in the dark, prowl in the shadows and use theatricality and deception to get their way. Sound familiar?
Sure, you can answer a Jeopardy question like a regular, normal human being. Or you could answer it in the voice of Bane, like a real champ does.
The first The Dark Knight Rises trailer was just a tease, but this one really gives the people what they want. Bane, the return of The Joker and even some Cat Woman S&M action. If this doesn't get you excited for the end of the Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy, nothing will.
Turns out it is easy being green. The newest DC Universe images give us a pretty good idea of what's possible with the green guy's powers in the new Fight for the Light update. Giant fists too traditional? Why not put your enemy into a man-sized green baseball?
Generally, the reason you adapt a comic book franchise for a video game is because its most recognizable characters help drive its sales. Bane, while familiar to the Batcore, probably doesn't have much of a Q-score with the general public.
Once again one of Batman's most intelligent villains is reduced to a ravening juggernaut of destruction, as Bane makes a smashing appearance in Batman: Arkham Asylum.