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Batman: Death and the Maidens by Greg RuckaThis intense new standalone Batman graphic novel stars one of the Dark Knights most enigmatic adversaries: Ras Al Ghul - the featured villain in the forthcoming movie Batman Begins! 600 years old, Ras Al Ghul has spent his existence trying to wipe out humanity. But now, with his life draining away, Ras turns to Batman, to help save him, whether to aid his ancient namesis, Batmans decision may be wrested from him when another party enters the fray with their own terrible agenda! Written by Greg Rucka (Gotham Central), with artwork by Klaus Janson (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns), Batman: Death and the Maidens is as cerebral as it is visceral!
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No recent wiki edits to this page. Riddler commits crimes with a silent film theme. He films Batman and Robin responding to said crimes with the objective of creating a modern silent film and selling it to silent film collector, Mr. Van Jones. This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:.
The series aired twice a week and quickly achieved gangbuster ratings, butholy novelty! The Riddler begins filming a motion picturebut it's only a front for his real plan. Pauline: Sherry Jackson. Van: Francis X. Von Bloheim: Theo Marcuse. Gordon: Neil Hamilton.
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Batman A small theater inside Washington center. Gotham City's new palace of the arts., Over the course of three seasons and episodes, the series became a cultural force with its unique combination of tongue-in-cheek humor, thrilling superhero adventure and celebrity guest stars, and shaped the way the public would view the Caped Crusader for the next five decades. Script: Dick Carr Director: Charles.
The Riddler and his felonious filmmakers, Pauline, C. Van Jones, and steal the box-office receipts. A riddle leads Batman and Robin to Mother Gotham's Bakery, where the Riddler is planning to render everyone unconscious with sleeping cream and then pilfer the payroll, all the while filming the events in the style of an old film comedy. Racing to the scene, the Dynamic Duo arrive too late, and merely find and another riddle; this leads them to the Baker Street branch of the Gotham Library, which is closed on Wednesdays due to lack of funds, but on entering the building, the two heroes are hit over the heads by a huge book - and the Riddler captures it all on camera. While the Prince of Puzzlers and his gang enjoy the delights of the day's rushes in the abandoned cutting room of a bankrupt movie studio, the Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder return to the Batcave to analyse the tome; it contains two more riddles, which in turn lead to a Temperance Party hosted by Mr. Van Jones.
The Riddler returns to Gotham and confounds Batman and Robin with a new string of riddles. While the Dynamic Duo race about in response to the riddles, the Prince of Puzzlers is filming the entire thing. What is his ultimate plan? What is the purpose of the film? Will Batman figure it out or misinterpret the clues? Comment on the episode here or write thebatcavepodcast gmail. Take a moment to rate the episode by using our star system at the bottom of this entry.