The End of Bat Week

Bat Week has come to it’s end and, in hindsight, could have been executed in a better manner. The overall idea of typing up a in-depth review ever single day for one week is ludicrous and takes a large toll on the mind in the long run. While the Summer has undeniably brought more free time to the table; the idea of sitting down and spending a majority of the time staring at a blank computer screen attempting to come up with descriptive thoughts and witty points is not really a appealing way to waste my time. That said, if I indeed plan on attempting something in the same vein, I’ll put a bit more effort into the actual planning phase. On the topic of The Dark Knight, the film has done exceptionally well and is breaking records left and right at a rather vast rate (you can read more about it here). I suppose it was inevitable since Ledger’s untimely passing brought a lot of extra attention and “Begins” also restored faith in the Batman film fan base as well. A sequel is inevitable, but the exact direction is not entirely known. Regardless, I doubt we’ll see it emerge for roughly another 3 years or so. And until then, I’ll refrain from reaching the territory known as overkill with the overflow of Batman related posts as I’ve done enough damage as it is and will now turn to other topics of interest (such as the recent mediocre E3 showing).

“He’s the hero that Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now … And so we’ll hunt him … Because he can take it … Because he’s not a hero… He’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector… A Dark Knight


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