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batman arkham knightYour favourite fanboy-free gaming news website has an Xbox One download code for Batman Arkham Knight to give away to ONE lucky fan! All you have to do is answer a simple question in the comments below, and on Sunday, 28th of June, we will announce the winner here and on our Facebook page!

We will only accept one answer per person, and there are no right or wrong answers. As long as you’re in the comments section (with a valid answer), you’re eligible to win! All you have to do, is answer the question below!

What is your favourite Batman feature film?

Sure, there are only so many to choose from, but give us your answer, and tell us why, if you want! Winner of the game will be chosen on Sunday! Good luck!

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    1. NYYDJ2 ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

      Dark Knight Rises because the Batman vs Bane showdown is epic and Bane has to be my favorite batman villain of all the movies. Well, there is Jim Carey as the Riddler but Bane is way scarier lol.

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    Peter Alick ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Tim Burtons ‘Batman (1989)’ with Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Kim Basinger.
    Its one of those movies which stand out from my childhood. When I was young enough that The Joker did genuinely scare me yet Batman felt like my protector. The hero of Gotham.

    “You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?”

    PS: Ive never won anything from these things haha.

  2. Cole ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Batman Returns because I loved Danny Devito’s acting as the Penguin. He acted as the Penguin perfectly and he made the Penguin be a huge villain in the Batman Series.

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    Alex Jones ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    The Dark Knight – 2007
    It’s the easy answer, I know, but it’s one of my favorite movies ever made. Heath Leadger totally dominates the role of the Joker, and he made his own.

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    Richard Fahy ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    For me it would have to be The Dark Knight! The reason being is when I think or get asked about a Batman movie TDK comes straight to mind! Christian Bale fits Batman’s role perfectly an brings good action to the screen and The Joker was amazing, Heath Ledger played his role as The Joker almost as good as how Jokers cunning and cruel plans played out in the movie… almost too perfect! It also has a great balance between action and drama which runs from start to finish with very little bore-bits in-between and nearly all characters have their moment in this film! These reasons are why The Dark Knight is easily my favorite Batman movie!

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    John Lawless says:

    I’m going to have to say the original 1966 Batman. That movie had everything, including shark-repellent spray. Shark. Repellent. Spray. I don’t think I need to say more. I could watch that movie over and over (and have done). It’s the most fun of the lot (with Batman and Robin being a close second – Clooney had a Batman credit card!), and for that reason it’s my pick.

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    VAULT BOY ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Batman returns – Now i could say it was a great story with good action and visuals, or how awesome the penguin was and bla bla bla bla BUT i will be honest here……. Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman *drools* is the reason why 😉

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    Chris Dorgan ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Although the recent Batman Trilogy was epic, in particular Begins. I’m going to go with Batman Returns. Mainly due to the fact it arrived at a time that it seemed so dark to me as kid, Keaton was an epic Batman. Penguin was just gruesome and although it had a very dark tone it still had elements of camp about it which kept that comic book feeling alive. Oh and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman…. yes please!

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    James Crawley ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    It’s close between the dark knight rises, and then the original batman with the ridler… I have no idea why but the older ones were quirky and no one had in their mind all this dark world stuff like every movie ever made since 2010 but they are both amazing films in their own right. I would have to say dark Knight though as it is more awesome…

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    Chris Yarger ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I gotta go with Batman Returns.

    Not only was it a classic flick with crazy imagination, but the corresponding games were a lot of fun as well!

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    Herbie Olivares ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I liked Dark Knight Rises the most because it involved more of the actual City scenery-wise. Of course the characters were good as well but I feel showing more of the city made it seem like a much bigger threat when the city was threatened as opposed to just a few people in the first Dark Knight.

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    Daniel Nguyen ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Batman Begins. Christopher Nolan brought the Dark Knight back to life with this movie and gave a fresh take on his origin story. I liked all 3 movies in the trilogy but I just remember watching this movie and my jaw was wide open the entire time. Christian Bale was great as Bruce Wayne/Batman.

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    Jamie Roberts ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    For me it is The Dark Knight Rises. As awesome as I thought the Joker was in The Dark Knight Tom Hardy playing as Bane was the perfect combination since he makes a great villain.

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    Jon Beach ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Batman Mask of the Phantasm because we get to see a different side of Bruce Wayne and meet the woman who he almost gave up being Batman for. We also find out more about The Joker, mainly what he did before taking on the role of The Clown Prince of Crime.

  14. Rob Pearce ( User Karma: 5 ) says:

    Tim Burtons, 1989 “Batman” with Michael Keaton. I loved the series with Adam West and the film that stemmed from that but Burton started Batman off on a one-way journey to coolness and epicness. Keaton was excellent as batman (I see similarities in the reaction to him getting the role that Affleck had initially) and was also a brilliant Bruce Wayne , perhaps nailing both roles better than anyone else. This film also had one of Jack Nicholsons best performances as the joker. It’s a performance that stands the test of time and really sticks in my memory, I cant see anyone beating it. In 1989 I was 6. When I first watched this film i was 11 and my parents were divorcing. I remember watching it on the TV surrounded by boxes full of our stuff, not just once but numerous times . It totally captured my imagination and changed my perception of the batman and Gotham I had watched on TV as a younger kid. It’s the film that sticks in my memory whenever anyone mentions batman . That film saw me through a rough time and I think in a funny way both me and batman grew up in that film. Today Batman is a massive franchise, it’s cool again. We have games, we have cartoons, we have lego, we have toys and it started (proper) with this film.

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