this is my Letterman’s jacket. I am so proud to wear this around school. my mom actually helped with the design, and i couldn’t feel better about it. It shows 2 of my great loves, batman, and star trek. for those who cant tell (i dont know how fuzzy the picture is) my name is going over the star trek logo.
This person is just awesome! ^
Hey guy’s I’m sorry that I haven’t blogged about the amazing Batman for the last few days. Life has been extremely busy with work and studying but I promise that within the next few days, hopefully tomorrow morning I will get my butt in gear and make a blog soon!
This photo was taken last year, but I don’t give a fuck because batman never goes old!
The Batman Files
Casting the Joker might seem as easy as pie but it actually takes a lot more concentrating and great acting to actually pull it off. My favorite villain of all time was always the Joker, even before “Batman The Dark Knight” had hit the big screen. Growing up watching Batman cartoons and reading comics I learned that the Joker was the epitome of psycho. He has caused more pain to Batman than any other villain he has come across. Though there are many different stories people have come up with for the background of the Joker there has never been an official origin for him. But before I get ahead of myself and start to begin the 411 on the Joker this particular blog is based on casting the Joker. Though Jack Nicholson’s Joker was good nothing could stand against the Joker that was played by Heath Ledger. To make sure they got Heath to do a perfect Joker they wanted to show him how the Joker really was. And where do you come to find the perfect Joker? The comic books of course. The Batman cartoons version of the Joker was played well but of course held back because of the under age children that watched the show. Clearly they couldn’t show how monsterous the Joker actually was. So they started by keeping Heath in a hotel room with comic books such as Batman The Killing Joke, Arkham Asylum and a few more that showed how demented the Joker was. And Heath did the Joker’s justice. If he were still alive he would have won an oscar. But unfortunately Heath Ledger died of a drug over dose. But he will always be remembered as the man that truly brought the Joker to life! The Joker might now be in any of the new up coming Batman movies, but in the comic books he will live on and always be at Batmans side. As a great quote from the Joker.
“You won’t kill me out of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness, and I won’t kill you, because you’re just too much fun. I think you and I are destined to do this forever”
So this car sucks, put a Batman Symbol on it and BAM. New and improved.
When the movie Batman Begins first aired fans from all around loved it. But a lot of fans questioned Christian Bales voice cover for Batman. People asking questions like, “Why does he do that stupid thing with his voice? He sounds dumb.” In other Batman movies that featured Val Kilmer, George Clooney, and Michael Keaton , they did not disguise their voices.
But if you read the original comic books you would know Batman always had that raspy voice.
Bruce Wayne is a popular Billionaire In Gotham City, head of Wayne Enterprises.
He is very popular and chances are if Bruce did not disguise his voice of course people would have picked up on it and realized who Batman really was.
In the comic books the civilians of Gotham City would sometimes suspect that Batman was an actual “Batman Creature” because of his raspy voice.
Just a fun fact you should know.