Here’s Bane

And here’s our first full look at Bat-breaker Bane, as played by Tom Hardy in next year’s The Dark Knight Rises. It’s obviously cold wherever he is, as he’s certainly more rugged up than his comics equivalent. There’s also a camouflaged Tumbler which looks like the prototype seen in the first film in the trilogy. More on set pics here, but the 2 below are the best.

Ok, here’s one more then. The pair fighting in Pittsburgh, the stand in for Gotham City Hall. More of the same here. It looks like Batman’s costume is the same as the last film. I hope he gets one last suit upgrade though. Maybe he will during the course of the film.

Digital Superman Sale

This weekend DC Comics are offering 99c classic Superman stories.

Everybody’s been talking about Superman over the past few weeks, and here’s one more reason. This weekend only we’re offering fans a chance to download their favorite issues for $.99 during the Superman 101 digital comics sale.  We’ve got all those classic issues on sale in the digital collection, along with modern acclaimed stories including “Superman: Secret Origin” by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, “All-Star Superman” by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely and “Superman: For Tomorrow” by Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee.  Be sure to download your favorite issues soon, the $.99 prices are only good through Sunday.

The Superman 101 digital sale includes:

Classic Tales of the Man of Steel

  • Action Comics #1 (first appearance of Superman and Lois Lane)
  • Action Comics #6 (first appearance of Jimmy Olsen)
  • Action Comics #23 (first appearance of Lex Luthor)
  • Action Comics #252 (first appearance of Supergirl)
  • Superman Annual #11

Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?

  • Superman #423
  • Action Comics #583

See the full list on offer right here and below is a handy infographic to keep track of who’s who in Superman’s world.