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Mar 27, 2005 | 10:44 PM EST

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There's secret material, even though it's not a secret anymore.

NOTE: Before anyone yells at me, I know Batman isn't SUPPOSED to be campy. I like the present-day, black-costume-wearing Batman, and I worship the ground Frank Miller walks on. I just think Batman's ancient history is hella funny.



Rated 1 / 5 stars

good play on words

but it still sucked.....

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Funny, but stupid

I especially liked "Giant sized Man-thing" and Joker saying "How Dare they Laugh at my Boner! I'll show them how many boners the joker can make!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

good one

a very nice comic-style Batman animation, good graphics, music and a plot to it.... but you seem to some weird/strange fixiation with the word 'boner', since everytime it was on the screen i saw, it was highlight, enlarged and went to the beat of the music.

secretbison responds:

I'll admit: the purpose of the movie was not to tell a story of Batman, but to make fun of the word "boner." You see, back in the days when Batman was campy, the word "boner" meant "mistake" instead of "erection" and could get past the mean ol' Comics Code Authority. For more funny double-entendres, click on "Other Famous All-Time Boners" at the end of the movie.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

that has been floating around GPW forever,

! can't belive you made this! Dude! DUUUUDE!
I applaud you. And...I think I spelled that wrong.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

keep reading

just so you know batman's "ancient" history predates the shitty adam west series by thirty years. and he was much much darker when he first came out. when the series came out, it was during the eisenhower presidency, when everything was forced happiness. it was a time of war and no negative imagery was being portrayed. hence the creation of the uber-campy tv show... fans of the show didnt appreciate the dark knight, so they changed batman in the comics to match the horrible adam west version. its only within the last 15-20 years that batman has re-emerged as what he is: a psychotic millionaire, with emotional troubles far outgrossing those of the average slipknot fan. that in and of itself is dark. everyone knows that in the 60s batman was a joke, so this whole boner thing comes as no major surprise. mildly funny.