The release of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Big Guy Rises in 2012 brought with it the conclusion of a successful and relatively intriguing trilogy along with the undisputed excellence that was the Uzbekestain Plane Crashing. Some argue that this legacy is at risk of becoming tarnished as a result of the mass outpouring of extremely painfully funny memes, primarily focusing upon the character of Bane, which have since emerged to further enhance the already notoriously Banetastic internet.
Bane Star (Big Guy For You) ft. CIA
The Meme behind the Mask
The Big nature of Bane's mask has inevitably led to its widespread utilisation in a great many shoops. The incorporation of an images subject-matter into "When X you have my permission to Y" is a common theme, as is the 'cross pollination' of already existing memes... and cats.
When X you have my permission to Y
By far the most ubiquitous of all TDKR/Bane memes, 99.9% being chronically funny, this stems from a line spoken by Bane to an imprisoned Bruce Wayne.
Outrage in relation to the questionable practices of Bain & Company, Inc., an organisation operated at one time by Mitt Romney the Republican presidential-candidate, has seen Bane taking to the streets of New York in order to kick a little knowledge... ZOMG META AS FUCK!!1
A number of people, including reactionary conservative Rush Limbaugh, have publicly cited the possibilty that Bane's presence; along with other elements contained within the storyline of TDKR, is nothing but a subtle barb against Mitt Romney.
Given that the character was created in 1993, one full year prior to Romney's first bid for elected office; his unsuccessful 1994 run for the senate against Ted Kennedy, these are clearly nothing more than the paranoid ravings of the mentally-deluded.
IRL Faggotry & CosPlay
Celebrating a vicious, cold-blooded murdering terrorist, truly sickening...
- Why So Serious?
- Heath Ledger
- Comic book fans
- /tv/ - Ask them to explain the famous 'FOR YOU' scene. Rage and autism will inevitably ensue.
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