(The) Dark Knight is a common nickname for the DC Comics superhero Batman. It may refer to:
- Batman: The Dark Knight, an ongoing series written by David Finch, started in 2011
- The Dark Knight Returns or Batman: The Dark Knight, a 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller
In other media:
- The Dark Knight (film), a 2008 film by Christopher Nolan
- The Dark Knight (soundtrack)
- The Dark Knight (video game), a cancelled video game
- Batman: DarKnight, an undeveloped Batman film proposed in 1998
- Dark Knight (TV series) or Fantasy Quest, a medieval adventure TV series featuring Todd Rippon
In amusement park rides:
- The Dark Knight Coaster, a roller coaster at several Six Flags parks
- Batman – The Dark Knight (Six Flags New England), a roller coaster
In other uses:
- Mark Knight (musician) or The Dark Knight, British musician
- Dark Knight, a character class in Final Fantasy
Other articles related to "dark knight, dark":
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Famous quotes containing the words knight and/or dark:
“The knight slew the dragon,
The lady was gay,
They rode on together,
—Unknown. This Is the Key (l. 3841)
“Later you hear it wander the dark house
Like a mother who rises at night to seek a childhood picture;
Or it goes to the backyard and stands like an old horse cold in the
—Robert Penn Warren (19051989)