The Dark Knight Joke & Dagger men's T-Shirt (Black)
Right after taking out Ra's Al Ghul's plan and the mysterious disappearance of Dr. Jonathan Crane AKA Scarecrow, Batman continues his seemingly-endless effort to bring justice to Gotham's crime and corrupt with the help of Lt. James Gordon and new appointed District Attorney Harvey Dent. But this time, The Dark Knight faces a rising psychopathic criminal called The Joker, who's eerie grin makes him more dangerous than what he has yet to unleash. It becomes an agenda to both enemies that only one of them remains and are willing to break every part of what they believe in to stop the other.
For the release of the Dark Knight Batman movie BeWild presents you with This The Dark Knight Joke & Dagger T-Shirt. This shirt has Heath Ledger as the Joker from the upcoming The Dark Knight Movie. The center of the shirt has The The Dark Knight Joke & Dagger logo.
Show your support of the Joker by wearing this shirt to the Dark Knight Premier on July 18th.
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|The Dark Knight is a sequel to 2005's Batman Begins, which rebooted
the Batman franchise after an eight-year hiatus. Christopher Nolan
returns as the director, and Christian Bale reprises the lead role.
Batman's primary conflicts in the film come from his fight against the
Joker (Heath Ledger) and his strained friendship with district attorney
Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart).
For the film, Nolan took inspiration from the Joker's first two appearances
in the comics and, as with the first film, he used Batman: The
Long Halloween as a major influence on the story. The Dark Knight
was filmed primarily in Chicago (as was Batman Begins), as well as
several other locations in and outside the United States. The director
used an IMAX camera to film four major action sequences, including
the Joker's first appearance in the film. The Batsuit was redesigned
with a cowl allowing Bale to move his head. A recreation of the
Batcycle, known as the Batpod, will be introduced.
The Dark Knight will be released on July 17, 2008 in Australia followed
by the United States on July 18, 2008 and on July 25, 2008 in the