I love Tom Hardy.

I ship Bane x John Blake, Arthur x Eames.

I reblog a lot of crap and some of it may be NSFW.

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I SAY!

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I mutiny against all the idolsand I do not bowI emerge from one raging fire and enter another oneand I do not bowI believe in the meeting of oppositesand I do not bowI mingle with ashesand I do not bow
except to you.
"I do not bow."Qassim Haddad

I mutiny against all the idols
and I do not bow
I emerge from one raging fire and enter another one
and I do not bow
I believe in the meeting of opposites
and I do not bow
I mingle with ashes
and I do not bow

except to you.

"I do not bow."
Qassim Haddad


On the sidewalks of exileI arise after deathTo be born in unborn citiesAnd to die.
 
Abdulwahhab Al-Bayyati(1926–1999)

On the sidewalks of exile
I arise after death
To be born in unborn cities
And to die.

 

Abdulwahhab Al-Bayyati
(1926–1999)


I will throw my heart at my enemies’ facesAnd my heart is iron and fire. 
The Martyr.Abdelrahim Mahmud  (1913-1948)

I will throw my heart at my enemies’ faces
And my heart is iron and fire. 

The Martyr.
Abdelrahim Mahmud  (1913-1948)

leagueofbane:

BANE and: HAND GESTURES [1/??]

Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you for this.

Mr. Restless Fingers.

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mrcheyl:

Bane [x]

mrcheyl:

Bane [x]

leagueofbane:

I need to talk about this. Tom Hardy’s choices on how Bane moves throughout TDKR are brilliant. Take this scene for example. Notice how Bane does not twist at the waist at all. He turns his body through the movement of his legs, not his torso. Why? Because of his back injuries. Anyone with a bad back knows twisting is a no-no. He doesn’t even twist his neck as he turns. Most people turn their heads first as they turn around, but Bane’s injuries would limit that. These limited movements also give Bane that wonderful overall lumbering appearance, like a big man. Bravo, TH!

leagueofbane:

I need to talk about this. Tom Hardy’s choices on how Bane moves throughout TDKR are brilliant. Take this scene for example. Notice how Bane does not twist at the waist at all. He turns his body through the movement of his legs, not his torso. Why? Because of his back injuries. Anyone with a bad back knows twisting is a no-no. He doesn’t even twist his neck as he turns. Most people turn their heads first as they turn around, but Bane’s injuries would limit that. These limited movements also give Bane that wonderful overall lumbering appearance, like a big man. Bravo, TH!

leagueofbane:

Mmm, that big snapping turtle neck is consuming his necklace.

leagueofbane:

Mmm, that big snapping turtle neck is consuming his necklace.

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