Batman has taken a pretty massive turn in pop culture over the past 50 years - in the 60s, he was well-known for his goofy, campy TV show, and nowadays he's the most grimdark, overly-serious comic book character around. And while a lot of that is the product of the works of Frank Miller and Alan Moore (amongst others), most of Batman's new reputation can be traced to Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, which exposed the grittier Batman to the masses in a series of hugely popular films.

So what would Nolan's take on the classic Batman "Jingle Bells" parody? Well...

The Dark Knight Before Christmas - Image 3

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