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Hilarious Dark Knight Rises Illustrated Review

Anonymous Coward writes | about 2 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "It's been a month and a half since "The Dark Knight Rises" hit theaters and, though it's been doing great in theaters, there have been plenty of criticisms leveled at the Christopher Nolan film since its arrival. Love it or hate it, it's hard to argue that "The Dark Knight Rises" has its fair share of flaws.

Last month, illustrator Tokyosexwhale saw Nolan's final "Dark Knight" film on the big screen and styled a review of the film as a hilarious comic strip that he posted to his personal blog. It should go without saying that the strip contains some spoilers, but it is worth reading if you have seen the flick. His take on the movie's various plot holes and inconsistencies has turned into one of the funniest critiques of "The Dark Knight Rises" we've seen on the web yet."

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Penurious Penguin (2687307) | about 2 years ago | (#41299739)

great series of chuckles from this. Quite funny! Maybe I don't read comics enough, but it seems pretty good, if not excellent.
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