The Dark Knight Rises Easter Eggs: Part I - Blogger.
This surprising comment from the higher-ups in Gotham’s police department is a clear reference to Killer Croc, first introduced in Batman comics in the early 1980s. Killer Croc was born as Waylon Jones, who lives with a skin condition that gives him a luxurious, reptilian appearance.
Bane is one of the two main antagonists of The Dark Knight Rises. He was a ruthless terrorist and the field commander of the League of Shadows who sought to fulfill the destiny that the league's founder Ra's al Ghul had been previously determined to accomplish: the annihilation of Gotham City. It was eventually revealed that he was the protector-turned-accomplice of Ra's daughter Talia al Ghul.
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Bane-Croc Comparison: Steroids Sheol. Thanks for the tip, and I think you're right about the DC Wikia, but I was citing a very general reference and urging fans to do their own research, but maybe.
The time difference between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight must be approximately 6 months to a year. Time difference between Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises is 8 years. In a backstory, we are revealed that Bane was the one who helped Talia Al Ghul to escape the lazarus pit.
Waylon Jones, also known as Killer Croc, is a recurring villain in DC Comics. He most often serves as a dangerous enemy to Batman, though as of late, has turned over a new leaf and stays away from the Dark Knight. Due to Croc's disease, Jones' skin is scaly and sharp, much like crocodile hide and has reptilian like eyes. Later in his adult life after growing up with his abusive aunt and being.
Lego Batman is a theme and product range of the Lego construction toy, introduced in 2006, based on the superhero character Batman, under license from DC Comics.The sets feature vehicles, characters and scenes from the comics and films. The inspirations for the design of these varies widely.