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New promo posters for The Dark Knight Rises are probably the corniest thing you'll see today

3 years agoby: Andy Madrzak

As much as I'm anticipating the final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, these new promotional posters for THE DARK KNIGHT RISES unveiled by Superhero Hype are... um... an acquired taste? Aw, gimme a break, they're pretty awful, aren't they? I do get that even with Nolan's 'serious' approach, it's still a superhero movie and they need to get the kids into theaters, but I'd expect better quality Photoshop at least. I'd assume they're fan made, but the movie's marketing did yield some bad artwork before. Still, that's just my opinion. See for yourself below.

When Commissioner Gordon stumbles upon a plot to destroy the city from within, Bruce Wayne gets back into action as the Batman. Waiting for him is the mysterious Selina Kyle and Bane, a lethal adversary on a crusade to tear apart Batman's legacy piece by piece. 

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES on July 20th with a cast that includes Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, Josh Stewart, Matthew Modine and Juno Temple.

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Extra Tidbit: What's your take on the posters?
Source: Superhero Hype

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8:48PM on 06/21/2012
I didn't mind "The Dark Knight" or "Batman Begins", but to %100 honest - "The Dark Knight Rises" looks like total crap.
I didn't mind "The Dark Knight" or "Batman Begins", but to %100 honest - "The Dark Knight Rises" looks like total crap.
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2:09PM on 06/21/2012

Um... I don't know...

They just seem out of step with the kind of gritty tone Nolan has established for his Batman trilogy. A little too larger-than-life. These posters seem like they would be a better fit with the Schumacher Bat-films. But as artwork, in and of themselves, they're not bad.
They just seem out of step with the kind of gritty tone Nolan has established for his Batman trilogy. A little too larger-than-life. These posters seem like they would be a better fit with the Schumacher Bat-films. But as artwork, in and of themselves, they're not bad.
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12:29PM on 06/21/2012
Freakin' awesome posters. Love the new looks of Arrow in the Head, by the way.
Freakin' awesome posters. Love the new looks of Arrow in the Head, by the way.
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