We can't promise that this crocheted face mask by Etsy seller Rose Pope will make you any easier to understand than Bane was in The Dark Knight Rises, but it certainly looks a good deal more comfortable to wear. Pope is selling these masks for £60, but due to high demand, there's a waiting list for this cold-weather…
There are two reasons why you should watch this Dark Knight Rises comedy video, despite the likelihood that you overdosed on them months ago: 1) it's about Bane, but isn't about Bane being unintelligible, and 2) hearing this guy's uncanny impression of Tom Hardy's weirdly genial supervillain worry about his…
Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy was a huge, crazy ride that included a ton of defining performances, from Michael Caine to Heath Ledger — and yet, Tom Hardy's growling sociopath Bane still stands out. Tomorrow, The Dark Knight Rises comes out on DVD and Blu-ray and you can relive the chaos. But in the meantime, you…
The Dark Knight Rises Blu-Ray/DVD comes out on December 4th, and while it won't contain deleted scenes or a director's cut, it will be packed with behind-the-scenes features and concept art. And, as we get closer to the release date, a few bits of those extras have ended up online.
Did you know that Harvey Dent was a punk in high school? Well, half of him was a punk; the other half was pure prepster. Artist GhostHause imagines what comic book villains looked like in high school—which might explain why some of them went bad in the first place.
We know that during the events of The Dark Knight Rises, at least some of the inmates of Arkham Asylum slipped their mad house bonds. The fan film Arkham Rising shows how the release of the Arkham inmates might have gone down, and hints at the fate of Joker.
We saw a snippet of this DC Nation cartoon come out of Comic-Con, but that was only the tip of the alternate reality iceberg. From Wolf Smoke Studios, here's an extremely gee-whiz animated short featuring Batman, Catwoman, and Bane running amok in 1930s Shanghai. Hopefully this means more short animations in the…
Bane has had a rough life prior to becoming Gotham's Reckoning, in The Dark Knight Rises — but it could have been much rougher, judging from some newly released concept art and details about a deleted sequence from the film.
Before Tom Hardy was the exuberant Bane, he was but a clone of Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis. A recently unearthed screen test of Hardy and Patrick Stewart going toe-to-toe shows the early beginnings of the would-be Bat-villain (and the early, elaborate accents). Confession time: we kind of like the screen…
After Rush Limbaugh's bizarre question as to whether Bane, Batman's masked foe, could somehow be an anti-Mitt Romney conspiracy, one inspired Bat-fan decided Bane Capital wasn't a shabby idea. Bane Capital is now tweeting reports about the liberation of Gotham's corporate persons and how his anti-Batman mission…
Christopher Nolan's Batman movies have offered grim and mature take on the Dark Knight. But at least one set of The Dark Knight Rises tie-ins aren't aimed at the older, violence-consuming crowd. Instead, they're aimed at children who are just learning to read.
Bathe in the glory of Chris Nolan's new Batsuit. We assume his Transformer-like torso of nooks and six-pack crannies is for ergonomic reasons. Anyone else getting a mild Schumacher vibe off of this Batwashboard? Plus, here are some more photos that have nothing to do with abdominals.
A new teaser image for The Dark Knight Rises was just released this afternoon. Did Bane break the Bat? Or was his melon just too damn big for his Wayne Industries Official Reproduction Bat-Hat™?
Have set photos revealed the device that Bane will use to bring Batman to his knees in The Dark Knight Rises? Possibly — a collection of photos and blueprints may have just revealed Bane's dastardly plan for the good people of Gotham.
Look, we love The Dark Knight just as much as the next person. But perhaps getting a permanent tattoo of Bane 330 days before The Dark Knight Rises opens isn't the best idea. But we admire their moxie!
Earlier today, we posted photos of Tom Hardy decked out in Bane attire on the set of The Dark Knight Rises. One of the stranger snapshots has Bane staring intently at a scrap of paper.
Yesterday in Pittsburgh, Tom Hardy braved the summer heat wearing his full Bane get-up to deliver a speech to some bad guys. Also, some new camouflage Batmobiles rolled down the street. Warning: spoilers and supervillain fashion galore!
It'll be ages before we see Tom Hardy in action as Batman's evil chiropractor, Bane. But you don't have to wait that long to see Bane's first appearance on Young Justice, airing Friday. We've got the exclusive clip right here.