Good job by Brendon in discussing (and debunking, where necessary) the little clues that have come to light in various Dark Knight Rises marketing this year. I will always half think that the Superman symbol hidden in the poster is a true thing, though, even if it wasn't specifically mandated by Christopher Nolan or WB marketing. That is totally the kind of thing I would sneak into (and have snuck into) a promotional image. Never trust a pixel pusher, folks. And don't say I didn't warn you.
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