The new Batman movie, “The Dark Knight” is all about Bane and his fight against Bruce Wayne and Gotham City. The last time that Bane appeared in the DC comic books was the infamous storyline called “Zero Year.” So what did we learn from this storyline?
Well, apparently Batman is not a match for the villainous Bane, who easily defeats Batman in a single night. As for what happened to Gordon’s alter ego after the events of Zero Year, we are still waiting to find out.
After seeing the new Batman movie “The Dark Knight,” we are left with a question in our minds as to why Gordon’s alter ego didn’t make an appearance. We know that Gordon has been replaced as the head of Gotham City PD, and why would he have any reason to go back into hiding when all his efforts are already at risk.
For now, the new Batman and Batgirl are looking at the amazing villain Bane for the next big thing. The new look of Bane also makes him even more terrifying than ever before. His hair is now greased back, which is an attractive feature if you think about it.
Another interesting thing that we learned from “The Dark Knight” is that Bane is, in fact, the second most powerful villain ever created by DC Comics. He is so powerful that Superman himself has stated that he cannot defeat him. We can only hope that the rest of the villains will follow suit.
If you are still not convinced that Bane is a force to be reckoned with, then you should look no further than the fact that he has taken down an entire army of Batman’s allies in his first battle. Then again, who would want to take down an army of Batman’s allies anyway?
The latest look of Bane’s look may have changed slightly, but that doesn’t mean that he won’t look the same as he did in the comics. His trademark two-tone mask is still there, and now that he’s the second most powerful villain in the world, it makes sense that he should continue to change his look at least once a year.
It is interesting to see how Bane’s new look has changed as well. The craziest thing about it is that the new Bane is quite possibly going to cause another Joker era of Batman comic books.
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