Thursday, May 28, 2009

Two Faced







From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Two-Face is a fictional comic book supervillain who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Detective Comics #66 (August 1942), and was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. Once Harvey Dent, District Attorney of Gotham City and an ally of Batman, he goes insane and becomes the crime boss Two-Face after the left half of his face is hideously disfigured; he chooses to bring about good or evil based upon the outcome of a coin flip. See, Flipism. Originally, Two-Face was one of many gimmick-focused comic book villains, plotting crimes based around the number two, such as robbing Gotham Second National Bank at 2:00 on February 2. Creator Bob Kane was inspired by a movie poster advertising the Spencer Tracy film Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and conceived the idea of a villain with a dual personality. In later years, writers have portrayed his obsession with duality and fate as the result of schizophrenia, bipolar and multiple personality disorders as well as a history of child abuse. He obsessively makes all important decisions by coin flipping a two-headed coin, one side of the coin scratched over with an X.

The character has appeared in multiple Batman media forms, including video games, Batman: The Animated Series, and the Batman film series. Billy Dee Williams portrayed Harvey Dent in Batman, while Tommy Lee Jones portrayed Two-Face in Batman Forever and Aaron Eckhart played Harvey Dent/Two-Face in The Dark Knight.

IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains Of All Time List ranked Two-Face

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Batman Forever (1995 film) - The Riddler Movie Scenes (High Quality)

Mr. Freeze's Puns

Here's something to cool you off!

Mr. Freeze

Here's something to cool you off. Holy Freeze Batman!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

The Riddler

Obsessive compulsive who feels compelled to leave riddles forewarning of his future crimes. Also places victims in death-traps, with puzzles their only form of escape.




As Found in Wikipedia:
The Riddler is obsessed with riddles, puzzles, and word games. He delights in forewarning both Batman and the police of his capers by sending them complex clues. With this self-conscious use of a gimmick, the Riddler's crimes are flamboyant and ostentatious. The character is often depicted as wearing a domino mask either with a green suit and bowler hat, or a green jumpsuit. A black or purple question mark serves as his visual motif. Since the animated series and the film Batman Forever, Riddler often carries a trick "question mark" cane.

The Riddler is typically portrayed as a smooth-talking, yet quirky, victim of an intense obsessive compulsion. This was first introduced in the 1965 issue of Batman (titled, "The Remarkable Ruse of The Riddler") in which he tries to refrain from leaving a riddle, but fails. This compulsion has been a recurring theme, as shown in a 1999 issue of Gotham Adventures, in which he tried to commit a crime without leaving a riddle, but fails: "You don't understand. .. I really didn't want to leave you any clues. I really planned never to go back to Arkham Asylum. But I left you a clue anyway. So I... I have to go back there. Because I might need help. I... I might actually be crazy."

The Riddler was popularized by Frank Gorshin’s over the top, Emmy-nominated portrayal in the 1960s Batman television series. Jim Carrey played the Riddler in the 1995 film Batman Forever with Gorshin as his inspiration. The character was also featured in Batman: The Animated Series and The Batman, where in the former, he was portrayed as a smooth-talking intellectual who presented genuinely challenging riddles; in the latter, he is a much more sinister character with a Marilyn Manson-inspired design based on the traditional costume.

Unlike most of the other prominent members of Batman's rogues gallery, the Riddler is not a psychopathic murderer; a large portion of Riddler's crimes are non-violent in nature. Batman's direct conflicts with the Riddler are typically more cerebral than physical and usually involve defeating him non-violently.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Poison Ivy; Robin's Kiss

I just love this video!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Batman Villians - Terrorizing Gotham City One Day At A Time...




Are you a huge Batman fan? Did you ever root for the bad guys? I would like to share with you all my favorite villains, but that would take forever! Besides Catwoman, my other all time favorite is Poison Ivy.

It's sad that Pamela Isley, or Poison Ivy, became the way she did because of experiments. While she was taking Biology, her professor seduced her and injected her with poisons and toxins. This caused Poison Ivy to transform into the plant-like menace to society that we know today.

Poison Ivy started out as a wealthy girl with parents who could care less. After this has happened, Poison Ivy's boyfriend suddenly passes away, and she drops out of school. She is gradually changing from Pamela Isley to Poison Ivy.

After moving from Seattle to Gotham City, Poison Ivy threatens the city with toxic spores unless they meet her demands. Batman, who has just entered the city the same year, is the only one who can stop Poison Ivy. I think all girls wish that they had that kiss of death as Poison Ivy had.

Poison Ivy was introduced in the Batman comics for a better female villain when people began to identify with Catwoman, and even sympathize with her. Poison Ivy gave readers and audiences another female nemesis to hate. Clothed in leaves, with flaming flower bedecked red hair, Poison Ivy was one of the greatest villains that Batman had.


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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Batman Theme Song

This video grew on me. It is different! I'll say he had to be brave to do this song!