Whilst Wales has already been a favoured location for blockbuster films such as Harry Potter, The Dark Knight Returns and Robin Hood in recent years, it seems that the future of the creative industries may not only be in the movie industry.
What does TDKR stand for?
TDKR stands for The Dark Knight Returns (comic)
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In the second issue of the The Dark Knight Returns, deranged gunman Arnold Crimp opens fire in a sex cinema as he repeatedly listens to Led Zeppelins classic Stairway to Heaven.
Graphic novels discussed include The Arrival, American Born Chinese, A Contract With God, A Life Force, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, V for Vendetta, and Persepolis.
Since then blockbusters such as Avatar and the Dark Knight Returns have proved to be huge successes at the cinema.
The Dark Knight Returns Frank Miller turned the superhero myth over its head with a story that redefined the entire genre along with Alan Moore's "Watchmen.
99 AS The Dark Knight Returns dominates the box office and seemingly every pub conversation, it's no surprise to see the gaming industry attempting to capitalise.
Miller then wrote and illustrated the groundbreaking Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (an inspiration for the 1992 feature Batman), which not only redefined the classic character, but also revitalized the comics industry and reawoke audiences to the potentials of the medium.
Anyone who has studied Greek history knows the story, but 300 gives it a spin, adapted as it is from the graphic novel by Frank Miller, the nefarious mind behind Sin City and The Dark Knight Returns.