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Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE GEL @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN RAT "What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. ✌🏼💙🦇🎮
Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE
 GEL
 @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN
 RAT
"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. ✌🏼💙🦇🎮

"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interact...

Batman, Love, and Memes: PHOTO: CBR Ben Affleck has probably gotten the best balance of the two...he's a really d Bruce Wayne and a realy g good Bruce Wayne and a really good Batman. @HISTORYOFTHEBATMAN Kevin Conroy Afternoon Gothamites! During the press round table for the newest DC Animated Film "Batman and Harley Quinn" at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, veteran Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy weighed in on who is his favorite live action Caped Crusader. According to a transcript from Comic Book Resources, Conroy says “You know, I thought it was weird when Warner Bros. didn’t give the franchise to one actor when the first started doing the films. You just assumed they were going to cast a Batman and he was going to carry the whole franchise. But then when I saw the different ones — Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer, [George Clooney], and Christian Bale — all the different takes, this was really smart, because each actor does it so differently. And I love seeing all the different takes. I think some of them get Bruce Wayne more than they get Batman, and some of them get Batman more than they get Bruce Wayne. I think Ben Affleck has probably gotten the best balance of the two. He’s a really good Bruce Wayne and a really good Batman.” The CBR article also references my 2016 @StanLeeComicCon panel with Kevin Conroy, stating when I asked him his favorite live action Batman he enjoyed Christian Bale's portrayal in The Dark Knight Trilogy (you can watch the entire panel on my YouTube channel (History of the Batman, youtu.be-gNdmiQoPBjA) and listen to the audio on my History of the Batman podcast on iTunes!). What are your thoughts on Conroy's comments about Ben Affleck's Batman? Who is your favorite live action Dark Knight? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! [CBR Article: http:-bit.ly-2vGNnyL] ✌🏼💙🦇🎬
Batman, Love, and Memes: PHOTO: CBR
 Ben Affleck has probably gotten the
 best balance of the two...he's a really
 d Bruce Wayne and a realy g
 good Bruce Wayne and a really good
 Batman.
 @HISTORYOFTHEBATMAN
 Kevin Conroy
Afternoon Gothamites! During the press round table for the newest DC Animated Film "Batman and Harley Quinn" at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, veteran Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy weighed in on who is his favorite live action Caped Crusader. According to a transcript from Comic Book Resources, Conroy says “You know, I thought it was weird when Warner Bros. didn’t give the franchise to one actor when the first started doing the films. You just assumed they were going to cast a Batman and he was going to carry the whole franchise. But then when I saw the different ones — Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer, [George Clooney], and Christian Bale — all the different takes, this was really smart, because each actor does it so differently. And I love seeing all the different takes. I think some of them get Bruce Wayne more than they get Batman, and some of them get Batman more than they get Bruce Wayne. I think Ben Affleck has probably gotten the best balance of the two. He’s a really good Bruce Wayne and a really good Batman.” The CBR article also references my 2016 @StanLeeComicCon panel with Kevin Conroy, stating when I asked him his favorite live action Batman he enjoyed Christian Bale's portrayal in The Dark Knight Trilogy (you can watch the entire panel on my YouTube channel (History of the Batman, youtu.be-gNdmiQoPBjA) and listen to the audio on my History of the Batman podcast on iTunes!). What are your thoughts on Conroy's comments about Ben Affleck's Batman? Who is your favorite live action Dark Knight? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! [CBR Article: http:-bit.ly-2vGNnyL] ✌🏼💙🦇🎬

Afternoon Gothamites! During the press round table for the newest DC Animated Film "Batman and Harley Quinn" at San Diego Comic Con this pas...

Ass, Batman, and Dwayne Johnson: . DC.NATION-UNIVERSE SUICIDE SQUAD 2 IS REPORTEDLY AIMING FOR A 2018 RELEASE WITH A NEW LINE UP. Long ass rant but probably reasonable. I mean fine but how about the flash, I mean I don't wanna start a rant here but the people at Warner bros clearly don't give a crap about the characters isn't weird that they are doing all of these side movies and not focusing on establishing the OG characters like the flash , batman , man of steel 2 (we need a definitive superman movie ) , green lantern .. etc I'm a die hard DC comics fan I've grow up loving these characters but It's really annoying what the people at WB are doing like the first slate of movies that was announced at Comic con back in 2014 is now in the trash and they're announcing movies left and right for Ex just so Dwayne Johnson is satisfied and because he's a hot name rn let's announce a black Adam movie , people loved Harley Quinn let's announce a Gotham city sirens movie and fuck the original slate , some people hated BVS fuck the slate let's change everything up , WW was great because patty Jenkins made that movie the way she wanted and I'm more than sure that AQUAMAN will be amazing because James wan will do the movie he wants and that's showed when he actually changed Mera's suit from the armored dark green suit from Zack's JL (which I like ) to the more CB accurate suit , what I'm trying to say here people didn't really like Zack's Vision for the DCEU but that doesn't mean that the way they actually reacted to the feedback was understandable changing everything up , not trusting the other directors and other crap , I do believe that Geoff johns should announce a new slate of movies at comic con this Saturday , his influence in WW was great .. and that's my rant . @world_of_flash_ said after watching WW that we shouldn't accept ok and mediocre movies anymore and I can't agree more !
Ass, Batman, and Dwayne Johnson: . DC.NATION-UNIVERSE
 SUICIDE SQUAD 2 IS REPORTEDLY
 AIMING FOR A 2018 RELEASE WITH
 A NEW LINE UP.
Long ass rant but probably reasonable. I mean fine but how about the flash, I mean I don't wanna start a rant here but the people at Warner bros clearly don't give a crap about the characters isn't weird that they are doing all of these side movies and not focusing on establishing the OG characters like the flash , batman , man of steel 2 (we need a definitive superman movie ) , green lantern .. etc I'm a die hard DC comics fan I've grow up loving these characters but It's really annoying what the people at WB are doing like the first slate of movies that was announced at Comic con back in 2014 is now in the trash and they're announcing movies left and right for Ex just so Dwayne Johnson is satisfied and because he's a hot name rn let's announce a black Adam movie , people loved Harley Quinn let's announce a Gotham city sirens movie and fuck the original slate , some people hated BVS fuck the slate let's change everything up , WW was great because patty Jenkins made that movie the way she wanted and I'm more than sure that AQUAMAN will be amazing because James wan will do the movie he wants and that's showed when he actually changed Mera's suit from the armored dark green suit from Zack's JL (which I like ) to the more CB accurate suit , what I'm trying to say here people didn't really like Zack's Vision for the DCEU but that doesn't mean that the way they actually reacted to the feedback was understandable changing everything up , not trusting the other directors and other crap , I do believe that Geoff johns should announce a new slate of movies at comic con this Saturday , his influence in WW was great .. and that's my rant . @world_of_flash_ said after watching WW that we shouldn't accept ok and mediocre movies anymore and I can't agree more !

Long ass rant but probably reasonable. I mean fine but how about the flash, I mean I don't wanna start a rant here but the people at Warner ...

Fanatic, Love, and Memes: Fact 1573 a Batfamily trivia Harley Quinn has appeared in over 1,000 comic book issues. Possibly Spoiler Review of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Marvel's 2017 GOTG is high on everyone's most anticipated film list. I personally only "like" the first Guardians. So when the sequel came around I was decided to give the guardians another shot. I went into the film, totally forgetting everyone's opinion on the Guardians, including myself. The first hour of the film, it seemed a little dull for me at first. But at the same time I think it didn't hurt the film narrative wise. This being a sequel we already know the personalities of these misfits. The film soon started to pick up and I was starting to get really interested. And then, all of hades breaks loose. That plot twist, now when I was a marvel fanatic I purposely stayed away from Space Lore so Guardians is a blind spot for me. But then the twist happened, the characters became so expressive with their emotions and the CGI was phenomenal! The story got super interesting now, the characters had a mission, a motive. And that ending... oh my gosh James Gunn you took a character I wasn't too thrilled on and made him relatable. Made his sacrifice a noble and oh... its like the first marvel movie that legit made me feel emotion. I can't give a rating now, but man. That's it. I love The Guardians of the Galaxy! batman75 starlord gotgvol2 harleyquinn
Fanatic, Love, and Memes: Fact 1573
 a Batfamily trivia
 Harley Quinn has appeared in
 over 1,000 comic book issues.
Possibly Spoiler Review of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Marvel's 2017 GOTG is high on everyone's most anticipated film list. I personally only "like" the first Guardians. So when the sequel came around I was decided to give the guardians another shot. I went into the film, totally forgetting everyone's opinion on the Guardians, including myself. The first hour of the film, it seemed a little dull for me at first. But at the same time I think it didn't hurt the film narrative wise. This being a sequel we already know the personalities of these misfits. The film soon started to pick up and I was starting to get really interested. And then, all of hades breaks loose. That plot twist, now when I was a marvel fanatic I purposely stayed away from Space Lore so Guardians is a blind spot for me. But then the twist happened, the characters became so expressive with their emotions and the CGI was phenomenal! The story got super interesting now, the characters had a mission, a motive. And that ending... oh my gosh James Gunn you took a character I wasn't too thrilled on and made him relatable. Made his sacrifice a noble and oh... its like the first marvel movie that legit made me feel emotion. I can't give a rating now, but man. That's it. I love The Guardians of the Galaxy! batman75 starlord gotgvol2 harleyquinn

Possibly Spoiler Review of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Marvel's 2017 GOTG is high on everyone's most anticipated film list. I personally...

Batman, Complex, and Joker: WHEN YOU HAVE TO BE THE ONE TO TELL YOUR FRIEND HER GUY IS NO GOOD FOR HER. OHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN Evening Gothamites! In our session "The ABC's of The Joker" we discussed Paul Dini's origin story for Joker's sidekick Harley Quinn, "Mad Love". This tale was created for the end of 'The New Batman Adventures' television series, airing January 11th, 1999. As Joker becomes flustered with trying to figure out the perfect way to kill the Batman, Harley's flirtations and simple suggestions anger him to the point he kicks her out of his hideout. Harley then thinks back on how she came to this point; before she was Joker's sidekick, she was the new psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum, Dr. Harleen Quinzel, whose first patient was the Joker. After telling stories of childhood abuse, trips to the circus and other tales 'opening up' to his therapist, Harleen eventually came to the conclusion that Joker wasn't the madman everyone has dubbed him to be, but a tortured and misunderstood individual who was always put down by Batman. She wanted to help, but instead with a mask, costume, prank toys all tied up in a red and black bow called Harley Quinn, busting Joker out of Arkham. Returning to the present, Harley decides to capture the Batman herself and get rid of him for good so she and Joker can live happily ever after. But after talking to Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), Harley (voiced by Arleen Sorkin) discovers those 'memories' Joker told her were just lies to fool her into trusting him, only caring about himself, never her. The end brings perhaps Batman's greatest escape art to the forefront, a hand to hand combat with Joker on a train and a heart broken Harley. Escorted back to Arkham, Harley tells herself 'never again. No more obsession, no more craziness, no more Joker. I finally see that slime for what he is: a murderous, manipulative, irredeemable...' and as she sees a get well soon card from 'J', she calls him angel. 'Mad Love' expands upon not only Harley's origin but also her relationship with Joker; however complex, abusive or manipulative, in the end its quite genuine how much of a mad love these two characters have for one another. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! ✌🏼❤️🖤♦️🃏📺
Batman, Complex, and Joker: WHEN YOU HAVE TO BE THE
 ONE TO TELL YOUR FRIEND HER
 GUY IS NO GOOD FOR HER.
 OHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN
Evening Gothamites! In our session "The ABC's of The Joker" we discussed Paul Dini's origin story for Joker's sidekick Harley Quinn, "Mad Love". This tale was created for the end of 'The New Batman Adventures' television series, airing January 11th, 1999. As Joker becomes flustered with trying to figure out the perfect way to kill the Batman, Harley's flirtations and simple suggestions anger him to the point he kicks her out of his hideout. Harley then thinks back on how she came to this point; before she was Joker's sidekick, she was the new psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum, Dr. Harleen Quinzel, whose first patient was the Joker. After telling stories of childhood abuse, trips to the circus and other tales 'opening up' to his therapist, Harleen eventually came to the conclusion that Joker wasn't the madman everyone has dubbed him to be, but a tortured and misunderstood individual who was always put down by Batman. She wanted to help, but instead with a mask, costume, prank toys all tied up in a red and black bow called Harley Quinn, busting Joker out of Arkham. Returning to the present, Harley decides to capture the Batman herself and get rid of him for good so she and Joker can live happily ever after. But after talking to Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), Harley (voiced by Arleen Sorkin) discovers those 'memories' Joker told her were just lies to fool her into trusting him, only caring about himself, never her. The end brings perhaps Batman's greatest escape art to the forefront, a hand to hand combat with Joker on a train and a heart broken Harley. Escorted back to Arkham, Harley tells herself 'never again. No more obsession, no more craziness, no more Joker. I finally see that slime for what he is: a murderous, manipulative, irredeemable...' and as she sees a get well soon card from 'J', she calls him angel. 'Mad Love' expands upon not only Harley's origin but also her relationship with Joker; however complex, abusive or manipulative, in the end its quite genuine how much of a mad love these two characters have for one another. Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! ✌🏼❤️🖤♦️🃏📺

Evening Gothamites! In our session "The ABC's of The Joker" we discussed Paul Dini's origin story for Joker's sidekick Harley Quinn, "Mad Lo...

Batman, Complex, and Crime: THE JOKER WAS BENG RELEASED FROM ARKAHAM SFOR OK ISTORTOFTIIEBIT MAN "The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's dissection of this twisted mind in the self titled graphic novel "Joker" from 2008. Told from the point of view of henchman Jonny Frost, the Joker mysteriously is released from Arkham Asylum. With the help of Jonny and Harley Quinn, this Harlequin of Hate seeks to get what he believes is rightfully his - Gotham City - from Harvey Dent aka Two-Face, which sets off a bloody and gruesome turf war. Fueled by pills, sex and murder, Jonny observes the Joker as a complex being, not sure how he processes the chaos that he ensues on a wide range of victims, from low level thugs who double crossed him to innocent Gothamites. Unable to control the spontaneous rage from Joker and his crew, Harvey asks the help of the only person that can contain the 'disease' that is Joker, the Batman, who seemingly finds and apprehends his greatest enemy. Including dialogue between Joker and other rogues such as Killer Croc, The Penguin and The Riddler, Azzarello brilliantly succeeds in diving into the hideous psyche Joker possesses. Azzarello's script combined with Bermejo's depiction of Gotham City, its inhabitants (including the Batman) and the gritty world that breathes life into Joker's actions showcase both a villain with human emotions and a being with demonizing qualities. An essential read for any fans of this classic rogue, "Joker" shows that "the safest place to hide is in sanity." ✌🏼💜💚🃏📚
Batman, Complex, and Crime: THE JOKER WAS BENG
 RELEASED FROM ARKAHAM
 SFOR
 OK
 ISTORTOFTIIEBIT MAN
"The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's dissection of this twisted mind in the self titled graphic novel "Joker" from 2008. Told from the point of view of henchman Jonny Frost, the Joker mysteriously is released from Arkham Asylum. With the help of Jonny and Harley Quinn, this Harlequin of Hate seeks to get what he believes is rightfully his - Gotham City - from Harvey Dent aka Two-Face, which sets off a bloody and gruesome turf war. Fueled by pills, sex and murder, Jonny observes the Joker as a complex being, not sure how he processes the chaos that he ensues on a wide range of victims, from low level thugs who double crossed him to innocent Gothamites. Unable to control the spontaneous rage from Joker and his crew, Harvey asks the help of the only person that can contain the 'disease' that is Joker, the Batman, who seemingly finds and apprehends his greatest enemy. Including dialogue between Joker and other rogues such as Killer Croc, The Penguin and The Riddler, Azzarello brilliantly succeeds in diving into the hideous psyche Joker possesses. Azzarello's script combined with Bermejo's depiction of Gotham City, its inhabitants (including the Batman) and the gritty world that breathes life into Joker's actions showcase both a villain with human emotions and a being with demonizing qualities. An essential read for any fans of this classic rogue, "Joker" shows that "the safest place to hide is in sanity." ✌🏼💜💚🃏📚

"The ABC's of The Joker" - J is for "Joker": In this celebration of the Clown Prince of Crime, it is important to include Brian Azzarello an...