Batman vs. Batman vs. Batman


Batman masht Batman mit Batman und heraus kommt ein Batman-Mashup-Video, in dem Batman gegen Batman und Batman kämpft. Batman. Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman. Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman Batman.



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  1. stb247

    Not bad…

  2. Sebastian

    Mir kommt ja Michael Keaton zu kurz. Aber coole Idee.

  3. purpletentacle

    Die eigentliche frage lautet:
    Wo ist Adam West? ;)

  4. Batzman


  5. jan

    deeeede-deeeede-deeeede-deeede-deeeede …

  6. jan

    search engine optimization ?! (suchwort “batman”)

  7. jan

    ok, kann ich verstehn.
    bin ja auch heissss drauf !

  8. Andreas

    Eingeblendete Werbung während man einen Film guckt ist sowas von uncool! Schlimm genug, dass sowas im privat-TV inzwischen üblich ist aber im Internet möchte ich sowas nicht anklicken! -> blacklist

  9. Rocksteady

    #3 hat recht! Ohne Bierbauch-Batman geht gar nicht.

  10. Cineast

    So, und jetzt bitte das Ganze noch mit Alfred, Alfred und Alfred. Ich setze mein Geld auf Michael Caine.

  11. Ivory_tusk

    Malkovich! Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich. Malkovich, Malkovich…
    Malkovichmalkovich Malkovich. Malkovich Malkovich?


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    i never wanted this to end


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    Life is too short to be holding on to old grudges


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