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Why use titles like 'Dark Knight' and 'Man of Steel'?
In the recent Christopher Nolan's related DC Films the lesser know title is selected as movie name. Such as Dark Knight to Batman and Man of Steel to Superman. Is there any specific reason for it or ...
Jul 15 at 13:06
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