The Riddler

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Riddle me this, riddle me that, who’s afraid of a big, black bat?

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  1. Geke Hop-Wassink said:

    WOW, he looks great 😉

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    • Jacob said:

      Thanks, Cynthia! He’s scarier than I remember from childhood!

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      • No, it’s all good…it means your art is awesome! 😊

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      • Jacob said:

        Oh, the comment in the notifications tab didn’t have the “that’s a compliment” bit on it! Thanks so much!

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    • Jacob said:

      Nor me (or indeed anywhere else). Anyone going around in a green all-in-one is probably best avoided! Thanks JP.

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  2. Lee Hesketh said:

    He looks totally mad. I love! Amazing job on the teeth. I loved the film as a kid…Riddler is one of my faves of the Batman enemies, with all that cool green.

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    • Jacob said:

      It’s not just the Riddler! The movie is basically 90% green, or at least seems that way. Thanks, Lee! I wasn’t sure about the angle of the teeth, they looked a bit off to me – pleased you disagree.

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      • Lee Hesketh said:

        I think you’re just focusing on his jumps-suit 😉

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      • Jacob said:

        Ha! Perhaps. It does tend to command the screen, doesn’t it.

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    • Jacob said:

      Thanks, Charlie! It was about time I got around to this guy! Something tells me you’d make an awesome Riddler… I’m sure it’s to do with your intelligence and not being freaky. 😉

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  3. Riddle me this. What comes once in a blue moon, once a week and once in a person’s lifetime?

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      • Friday the 13th. It comes once in a blue moon (which could be as many as 4 times a year). Friday comes once a week. And, anyone who lives through their teens reaches their 13th birthday. It was the best I could do with a Sphinx riddle on short notice. 😀

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      • Jacob said:

        Impressive! I would never have got it.

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      • I went as the Riddler one year for Halloween. I gathered a bunch of the best riddles I could find and tested people before giving them candy. I just wish I could have done more with that. I also left a trail of question marks and designed my own “ghetto” costume.

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      • Jacob said:

        Heh, I bet the trick or treaters loved you! That sounds truly fantastic. Wish I’d thought of that.

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      • No, this was at work, actually. 🙂 If I did it for the kids, I would have liked to be more prepared with tricks and treats. Tricks, mainly for the kids who don’t even try to make a costume and just come as themselves. I might even get sarcastic and ask those people if they came dressed as __ and fill in the blank with something crass. 😛

        Oh, it was fun. I am not a huge Riddler fan. I think he is a bit corny in the movies and old TV show. But, I gave him my own spin. I think he’d be more fun in a Dick Tracy setting.

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      • Jacob said:

        Sounds like you’ve got next Halloween sorted already! 😉

        I agree on The Riddler, though I actually thought Jim Carrey did a pretty good job (as one would expect) with what he was given; a mercy in an otherwise hit-and-miss (being kind) film.

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      • writingbolt said:

        Nah. I prefer the 60’s TV Riddler to Carrey’s. The former had a cooler costume selection. The latter’s costume and pink hair was too loony. That’s Burton for ya. Right?

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      • Jacob said:

        Fair enough – I can’t say I’ve seen much of 60s Riddler. The only 60s episodes I’ve much memory of are Joker ones… like where he’s taking on Batman in a surfing contest.

        Wasn’t is Schumacher doing Forever? He brought a lot of technicolour with him, for sure.

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      • writingbolt said:

        I used to be the most scared of…well most Jokers. Scott Hamill voiced a great one for the animated series, but there were some shots of his face that were just wickedly scary. Romero’s Joker bugged me in part because of the mustache covered with makeup. But, I also found his over-excited facial expressions disturbing.

        I preferrrred the Catwoman episodes. Meow.

        Oh gosh. The surfing contest. At least Yvonne Craig made an appearance in that one.

        I don’t remember who was behind every film. But, I just assumed Burton did the lot because the costumes and cars were ridiculous.

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