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Fan Made ‘Batman: Dark Knightfall’ Stop-Motion Movie is Pretty Awesome

Came across this one night when I was probably supposed to be editing posts here on SF Signal – don’t tell John D., okay?  (He throws old, stale bagels at me when I stop working!) [Yeah! As if any bagels near live long enough to go stale… — John D.]

Anyway, stop motion films have always amazed and delighted me, especially considering the sheer amount of work that goes into making one.  In this case, Hong Kong based directors Derek Kwok and Henri Wong put together a seriously cool (if a bit confusing) Batman movie using toys.

Check it out after the jump and let me know what you think in the comments.


BATMAN : DARK KNIGHTFALL (HD full version) from Parabucks on Vimeo.
 

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1 Comment on Fan Made ‘Batman: Dark Knightfall’ Stop-Motion Movie is Pretty Awesome

  1. jasperwolf // August 14, 2012 at 12:57 pm //

    This little film made terrific use of the toys, had far fewer plot holes, and spared us dialogue. What’s not to like? I did miss Catwoman, though. She rose above the refuse of the rest.

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