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Batman, Crazy, and Instagram: "Maybe when Zack Snyder cast me that was kind of the goal. Hopefully DC can figure this all out, and in a few years I can come back and do a Flashpoint Batman! I would love it. That would be great." -Jeffrey Dean Morgan INES RASE SHOLLD Heroic.Gateway/Instagram For those unfamiliar with Flashpoint, it was a universe-changing event that began when Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash traveled back in time to prevent his mother from being murdered when he was a child. This wound up changing the futures of just about every major DC hero, including Batman, thanks to the ripple effect of Chaos Theory. In the Dark Knight's new timeline, it wasn't Thomas and Martha Wayne who were shot and killed by a mugger in an alley, but instead the young Bruce Wayne. This event not only lead Thomas on a path to become his own version of Gotham's famous protector, but saw Martha going completely crazy and turning into The Joker. It's worth noting that Flashpoint was just adapted on the on-going third season of the Flash television series, but because there is no on-screen Batman in the DC TV continuity, we haven't seen those elements of the comics adapted yet. JeffreyDeanMorgan LaurenCohen BruceWayne MarthaWayne ThomasWayne MeRa WonderWoman Aquaman GalGadot AmberHeard JasonMomoa Flashpoint flashpointparadox geoffjohns ezramiller barryallen theflash reverseflash thomaswayne marthawayne thejoker batman dccomics dccinematicuniverse dcextendeduniverse heroic_gateway @heroic.gateway - . . . . . -Make Sure to Give this Post a LIKE and be so kindly Leave your thoughts and comments below. Make sure to turn on Accounts Post-Notification for more of our Daily Awesome DCEU posts.
Batman, Crazy, and Instagram: "Maybe when Zack Snyder cast me that was kind
 of the goal. Hopefully DC can figure this all out,
 and in a few years I can come back and do
 a Flashpoint Batman! I would love it.
 That would be great." -Jeffrey Dean Morgan
 INES
 RASE
 SHOLLD
 Heroic.Gateway/Instagram
For those unfamiliar with Flashpoint, it was a universe-changing event that began when Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash traveled back in time to prevent his mother from being murdered when he was a child. This wound up changing the futures of just about every major DC hero, including Batman, thanks to the ripple effect of Chaos Theory. In the Dark Knight's new timeline, it wasn't Thomas and Martha Wayne who were shot and killed by a mugger in an alley, but instead the young Bruce Wayne. This event not only lead Thomas on a path to become his own version of Gotham's famous protector, but saw Martha going completely crazy and turning into The Joker. It's worth noting that Flashpoint was just adapted on the on-going third season of the Flash television series, but because there is no on-screen Batman in the DC TV continuity, we haven't seen those elements of the comics adapted yet. JeffreyDeanMorgan LaurenCohen BruceWayne MarthaWayne ThomasWayne MeRa WonderWoman Aquaman GalGadot AmberHeard JasonMomoa Flashpoint flashpointparadox geoffjohns ezramiller barryallen theflash reverseflash thomaswayne marthawayne thejoker batman dccomics dccinematicuniverse dcextendeduniverse heroic_gateway @heroic.gateway - . . . . . -Make Sure to Give this Post a LIKE and be so kindly Leave your thoughts and comments below. Make sure to turn on Accounts Post-Notification for more of our Daily Awesome DCEU posts.

For those unfamiliar with Flashpoint, it was a universe-changing event that began when Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash traveled back in time to...

Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE GEL @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN RAT "What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿฆ‡๐ŸŽฎ
Arsenal, Batman, and Climbing: EXPLOSIVE
 GEL
 @HISTORYORTHEBATMAN
 RAT
"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment developed the video game 'Batman: Arkham Asylum for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was written by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Paul Dini , who created an entirely original plot within the Batman mythos. Wanting to have a central focus setting in the game to limit the Dark Knight's access to help within Gotham, 'Arkham Asylum' was visually inspired by stories such as Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's 1989 one shot graphic novel "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth". The voice cast included the original BTAS talents such as Kevin Conroy as Batman, Mark Hamill @HamillHimself as Joker and Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn. Batman has to fight his way through a Joker controlled Arkham Asylum to stop the detonation of hidden bombs throughout the city of Gotham. In gameplay, Batman's detective skills are enhanced with 'Detective Vision', able to examine objects and individuals providing contextual evidence, and his combat skills are brilliantly showcased with an array of running, kicking, jumping, climbing, and gliding, including dozens of lethal combos, providing a new look into Gotham's infamous insane asylum. Seen in this game and the following sequel and prequel chapters of Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015), many new gadgets were created to aid the Batman in gameplay, such as Explosive Gel. The Dark Knight would spray an amount of gelignite (in the shape of a crude Bat symbol) on a supposedly weak surface, then would detonate the destructive gel to explode. The Explosive Gel can be used to tear down a surface or used as a weapon against enemies; if henchmen are in the radius of a blast caused by the gadget, it would knock them out temporarily. The Explosive Gel was also an important part in taking down the Titan-enhanced Joker towards the end of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" chapter (clip presented). Even in this highly popular video game franchise, the Caped Crusader's arsenal continues to evolve with the 78 year old character. โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿฆ‡๐ŸŽฎ

"What's In That Utility Belt: A History of Batman Gadgets" - Explosive Gel: In August of 2009, Rocksteady Studios with Warner Bros. Interact...

Batman, Beautiful, and Birthday: HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOKER! CHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN Afternoon Gothamites! Today (August 1) according to the 1976 DC Calendar (panel 2 and 3), the civilian persona (real name unknown within comics) of The Joker was born! The Joker, considered Batmanโ€™s greatest enemy, was created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson in Batman (Vol 1) 1 which hit news stands on April 25, 1940. The villain's origin story was originally printed in February 1951's Detective Comics (Vol 1) 168: portrayed as a gangster in Gothamโ€™s criminal underworld, and dressed up as the Red Hood (cover art by Brian Bolland from Countdown (Vol 1) 31), the man falls into a vat of chemicals in a playing card factory and emerges with green hair, pale white skin and ruby lips highlighting a terrifying grin. To match his new look, the man decides to name him after the place that created him: Joker. The Clown Prince of Crime's evolution over the last 77 years is illustrated in all his beautiful chaos in hundreds of stories in comics, film and television. Seen as a mirror to our celebrated hero, Batman and Joker's relationship provides a strong representation in the war of "good vs evil", making the Harlequin of Hate one of the most popular villains in both the DC Universe and fiction. Happy Birthday to The Joker! Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿƒ๐ŸŽ‰
Batman, Beautiful, and Birthday: HAPPY
 BIRTHDAY
 JOKER!
 CHISTORYOFTHEBATMAN
Afternoon Gothamites! Today (August 1) according to the 1976 DC Calendar (panel 2 and 3), the civilian persona (real name unknown within comics) of The Joker was born! The Joker, considered Batmanโ€™s greatest enemy, was created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson in Batman (Vol 1) 1 which hit news stands on April 25, 1940. The villain's origin story was originally printed in February 1951's Detective Comics (Vol 1) 168: portrayed as a gangster in Gothamโ€™s criminal underworld, and dressed up as the Red Hood (cover art by Brian Bolland from Countdown (Vol 1) 31), the man falls into a vat of chemicals in a playing card factory and emerges with green hair, pale white skin and ruby lips highlighting a terrifying grin. To match his new look, the man decides to name him after the place that created him: Joker. The Clown Prince of Crime's evolution over the last 77 years is illustrated in all his beautiful chaos in hundreds of stories in comics, film and television. Seen as a mirror to our celebrated hero, Batman and Joker's relationship provides a strong representation in the war of "good vs evil", making the Harlequin of Hate one of the most popular villains in both the DC Universe and fiction. Happy Birthday to The Joker! Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! โœŒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿƒ๐ŸŽ‰

Afternoon Gothamites! Today (August 1) according to the 1976 DC Calendar (panel 2 and 3), the civilian persona (real name unknown within com...