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After many, many hours of hard work we present to you a gift to all Breaking Bad and Batman fans. A fun way to celebrate the finale of an amazing TV series.
InpiQue Productions does not own in any way the rights to Batman, Robin, Breaking Bad, or the music presented in this animation.
Artist: Two Steps From Hell
Songs: "The Last Stand" and "1,000 Ships of the Underworld"
Animations are good enough but i didn't like the combination. Breaking Bad is holy for me, i don't want it to be chainged.
I love sensless animations.
Great animation, with a strange pairing, but for some reason I just can't grasp is why I think this is such a good idea to make an animated series entirely based around this cartoon.
I mean, why would Jessie join Batman? Hasn't he already accepted that he is the bad guy? He literally has no reason to join Batman and become Robin, at least, it's not shown anyway.
And out of all the flaws I can pick from my bag of criticisms I have to pick the one that says "Too short", there's not enough content here to keep me satisfied. I hope you make a second one so I can get a good grasp of what the hell is even going on in the world you have just created.
Please, for the love that is good and holy, please, make a sequel already!
Kinda weird premise.. sorta like mashing icecream and pizza together..
I would totally watch this if it was a series, and not because I laughed in enjoyment a second before my laughter was echoed back at me.
I would watch this because I'd love the dynamic of Jesse having to literally choose between his ideal life and his addictions.
Because Batman would have to deal with a man who is Grey through and through until he became as Dark as his hat.
Because Heisenberg would deal with monsters and sociopaths and arm them, WITH SCIENCE!
(Seriously, make it.)
(If you don't it's still an amazing video.)
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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