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Published: 6th Sep 2012, 1:32 PM

The Dark Knight Mumbles?

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Jan 27: Thank you for all your help in the Webtoons contest! Thanks to all your help, within a day or two of the end of the contest, Woohooligan was still amongst the top 5% rated! :D Results of the competition will be announced in a few days at midnight on Jan 30. I suspect my LOL Rat submission won't be announced as a winner, not because it wasn't a great entry, just because there was a lot of competition and LOL Rat didn't get as many favorites or social media shares as many of the other similarly-rated strips. So you guys have really helped me see that I'm in a good place with Woohooligan, making the comics better every week! Maybe in another year or two, I'll be at that level where I might win this kind of contest. :D

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woohooligan 6th Sep 2012, 1:32 PM
woohooligan I'm back from AnimeFest! This is the 2nd time in a row that I've gotten sick immediately following a convention. D'oh!

Anyway, do a google search for webcomics about the Dark Knight Rises or search for it on DeviantArt and you'll see this. I saw about 4-5 different comics about the film and all of them said basically that Bane mumbled and growled incomprehensibly through the film... and then I got to the theater and he enunciates better than most of the other characters. He just has a vaguely European accent, which he should, given the backstory he got in the film (fairly different from his backstory in the comics).

Overall I think it's a good film, although there were a few things I thought were odd. I may mention that in my next comic. In case you haven't seen it, I will say it's well worth the 3-hour running time.

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