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15 Brilliant Details You Might’ve Missed In The Dark Knight Trilogy

1. In The Dark Knight, Joker introduces himself by taking off a clown mask, the same way that Cesar Romero’s Joker introduced himself in the 60s Batman TV show — their masks even look similar

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2. In The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne excuses stitching with an excuse about a run in with a “big dog” — in The Dark Knight Rises, he still has the scar from the injury

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3. In The Dark Knight’s dinner scene, look closely and you can see Harvey Dent has two drinks

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Here’s another angle for a better look at the beverages (one light, one dark)

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4. During The Dark Knight’s hospital scene, you can see Joker’s hands are covered in facepaint — that’s because he applies it himself

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5. The stinger with the Joker card at the end of Batman Begins isn’t much of an easter egg — it’s a pretty blatant reference

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There is one cool little bit, however — the evidence was recovered by “J.Kerr,” one of Joker’s comic book aliases

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6. This is a deep cut, but bear with us. When Bruce Wayne arrives at a party, he does so on the arms of ladies wearing three different colored dresses — one is Cyan, one is Yellow and the other is Magenta — the very same classic colors used in comic books

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7. Ever wonder how Two-Face magically appeared in Maroni’s car? Keep an eye on the background and you can actually spot Harvey dragging away one of Maroni’s goons

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8. Early in The Dark Knight’s big heist scene, one of the robbers electrocutes himself on the safe, which is wired

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Moments later, the robber is still at it — but now he’s using his shoes to insulate himself

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9.Though he is never named outright, comic book villain Victor Zsasz can be seen in Batman Begins

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10. Throughout The Dark Knight, Joker tells people different origin stories

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This is a callback to the well-known comic The Killing Joke, where Joker asserts that his origin is “multiple choice”

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11. In The Dark Knight, both Bruce Wayne and Joker act the same way at the party — they come in flanked by groupies, they both ask around for Harvey and Rachel and then they both toss champagne

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12. In Batman Begins, Alfred has to move some golf clubs to get Rachel into the car — these are the same golf clubs Alfred then uses to beat down some League of Shadows goons

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13. Bane is seen tearing a picture of Harvey Dent in half during a speech that discredits him, alluding to Harvey’s true nature

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14. This meme’d Bane quote is actually hiding foreshadowing — if Bruce Wayne would have taken him literally, he would have known that Bane wasn’t the one to make it out of The Pit

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15. Both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight have almost the exact same dialogue after one of Bruce Wayne loses someone close to him

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