The Dark Knight Throwing Batman Shuriken Star Set

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Who Doesn't love Batman the Dark Knight! This is our version of the Dark Knight Throwing Shuriken/Star set. 6" long from wing tip to wing tip. Three throwing bat knives in each set. Made from solid stainless with a black enamel powdered coating. The batman logo is on each batman throwing knife. This three piece set comes in a nylon belt sheath for easy storage and access. Perfect!

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Total Length 6"
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The Dark Knight Throwing Batman Shuriken Star Set

The Dark Knight Throwing Batman Shuriken Star Set

 

These sets have one silver, one red, and one blue Batman Shuriken.  Who Doesn't love Batman the Dark Knight!   This is our version of the Dark Knight Throwing Shuriken/Star set.  6" long from wing tip to wing tip.  Three throwing bat knives in each set.  Made from solid stainless with a black enamel powdered coating.  The batman logo is on each batman throwing knife.  This three piece set comes in a nylon belt sheath for easy storage and access.  Perfect!

 

Christian Bale has returned as the Dark Knight, harder, darker than any previous Batman's.   The caped crusader looks intimidating, this look helps him keep Gotham safe.  In the second movie h  battles Heath Ledger as 'The Joker".  The Joker Character was drawn from countercultural artists Pet Doherty, Iggy Pop, and Johnny Rotten.  

 

When watching Heath Ledger one can feel the darkness coming from him.  He was by far the best Joker ever.  In his own words this is how he prepared for the role.

 

"I sat around in a hotel room in London for about a month, locked myself away, formed a little diary and experimented with voices – it was important to try to find a somewhat iconic voice and laugh. I ended up landing more in the realm of a psychopath – someone with very little to no conscience towards his acts"; after reiterating his view of the character as "just an absolute sociopath, a cold-blooded, mass-murdering clown", he added that Nolan had given him "free rein" to create the role, which he found "fun, because there are no real boundaries to what the Joker would say or do. Nothing intimidates him, and everything is a big joke."

 

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