SR Geek Picks: Joker Portraits, Batman Videos, Morgan Freeman’s ‘Everybody Poops’ & More

Published 2 years ago by , Updated June 14th, 2014 at 11:31 am,


The fangirl group meeting is hit with difficult news.

Can they overcome?

Interesting Links within The Dark Knight Trilogy

Space Cowboy (Cowboy Bebop Rap)

Free download:

Beat used: Wale “LoveHate Thing”

Everyday We’re Vadering – HUNTINGTON BEACH – Course of the Force 2013: Day 5 Recap


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  1. For the Dark Knight Links he forget theatricality and deception are powerful agents. It was Ras Al Ghul and Bane

    • Yeah, I was thinking that too. Also, the music when both Ra’s and Talia die is also the same music as when Batman throws the Joker off the building at the end of TDK.

  2. That Morgan Freeman impression was unreal!

  3. Batman links were great. Not sure whether it’s weird coincidence or genius film making and continuity department.

  4. Loved the Wonder Woman short.

  5. So… who wants to see this WW in the new DC cinematic Universe?

  6. i get why the jokers face is like that i read death of a family, but i don’t understant what happened to his eyes?

  7. anyone know where to get the sheet music for the danny elfman batman song?? that was awesome!!

  8. After watching Talia stab Bats, it makes you wonder why she chose to stab him there. She had a lot of time to pick a spot. Also, he sure recovered from that pretty fast, eh?

    • The Dark Knight Rises is sort of like any Bond movie. If you examine the actions and motivations of the villains and ask, “wait, why didn’t they do this?”, you’ll be at it all day.