Last night, the third "Dark Knight Rises" trailer hit the web after a massive viral marketing campaign was unleashed earlier in the day.
Warner Bros. asked fans to collect graffiti tags scattered across the world to reveal frames from the new trailer. What probably should have taken days was finished last night, and the unlocked trailer left us stunned.
We don't see Batman until nearly the 1:30 mark, and it doesn't even feel strange.
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