IGN’s Movie News podcast is back, and this week, we’re revisiting the franchise that made us fall in love with superheroes, Batman.
We’re talking about The Dark Knight Returns, the final film in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, and it’s a fascinating, well-done film.
It also serves as a pretty good reminder that the DC Cinematic Universe is far from complete.
The film opens with the Joker trying to kill Batman, and when he gets the opportunity to do so, he uses a bomb to destroy the Batcave.
Batman then goes on to defeat The Joker, but he also loses control of his costume.
The Joker then escapes and attempts to take the Joker’s body to Gotham.
Batman, however, is able to stop him and saves him.
Batman and Robin then return to the Batmobile, where Robin is reunited with the Red Hood, who is still alive.
They head to a bank and try to open the vault, but the door is locked and the Joker is in the control room.
The Red Hood tries to kill the Joker again, but Batman throws a wrench into it.
When the Joker goes to try to kill Robin again, Batman takes over and defeats the Joker.
The two of them then head to the rooftop and Batman punches the Joker out of the building.
The pair then return with the Batpod, which is crashed into the Bat-Mart.
The heroes go through a portal into Gotham City and meet Batman and Commissioner Gordon.
Batman takes the Bat and the Batpack, then flies off to Gotham City.
Gordon tells Batman that he can use the Batplane to return to Gotham, but that he has to pay for it, and the two of us decide to take a ride.
Batman decides to stay behind and take a look at the Batmobiles in the Bat Plane, and Gordon goes to pick up the Bat Pack, leaving Batman to pick the Bat.
Batman flies the Bat through Gotham City to his new home.
It’s Gotham City, after all, and Batman has a new family.
Batman gets into a fight with a mobster, but manages to kill him.
The Batmobile then crashes into the Gotham Opera House.
Batman uses the Bat to break open the windows, but then discovers a dead body on the floor.
He then wakes up in the hospital.
Batman wakes up to find that the Joker has taken over the Batfamily, and he’s looking for Robin.
The first thing that Batman sees when he opens the Bat’s eyes is a dead Joker.
Batman heads to the Joker and finds him lying dead on the ground, and then finds Robin in a hospital bed.
He realizes that he’s not going to be able to save Robin from Joker, and Robin realizes that it’s not Joker that killed Robin, but someone else.
Batman confronts the person who killed Robin and the person responsible for his death, and discovers that it was a villain who killed Batman.
Batman goes to Robin’s home and finds that Robin is in a coma and that he was murdered by a member of the Gotham Police Department.
Batman tracks down the person that killed Batman and takes him to the police station, where he confronts the villain.
Joker tells Batman to let him know if he kills him, because he knows he won’t be able get back up again.
Joker says that he didn’t even know Batman could save him, but Robin says that Batman saved him, and that it doesn’t matter.
Joker then takes the body of Batman, then throws it on the street, where it catches fire.
The police arrive, and Joker tells them that he got away.
Batman finds Robin’s body and tells him to take Robin’s soul and bring it to the afterlife, where Joker will take his revenge.
Batman is then taken to the Underworld, where Batman has to defeat several members of the Dark Knight’s old crime syndicate, including the Joker, one of whom is the Penguin.
Batman defeats him, takes the Soul of Robin and brings it to Joker, who has the Soul and decides to bring Robin’s spirit to life.
Batman asks Robin’s father if he would mind if he took the soul.
Batman tells Robin to leave him, while he fights the Penguin, and ends up winning the fight.
Joker tries to take over the body and brain of Batman by destroying all of the Bat devices.
Batman stops him and is then confronted by the Penguin who tells him that Joker was the one who killed him.
Joker is horrified by the idea that he would kill a friend, and demands that Batman give him the Soul.
Batman does, and eventually kills Joker.
He later learns that the soul was not taken by Joker, it was taken by someone else, and they were later destroyed by the Black Lantern.
Joker later tells Batman of his plan to take down the Bat Family and destroy the world.
Batman doesn’t believe him, so he asks if Joker has any idea what his plan is.
Joker states that it is the plan to kill everyone on the planet.
Batman says that it seems to be