The Batman recently unveiled a viral website, giving you the opportunity to answer three questions set up by The Riddler.
After some deep digging in the link's source code, fans noticed a hidden easter egg that referenced the villain.
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The Batman Website Has A Hidden Riddler Reference In Its Source Code
Twitter user, Icy Hero, enacated his own Batman-detective skills and dwelved into the source code of https://www.rataalada.com. With hopes of finding any secrets, the user came out empty handed.
Though, they did find a message by The Riddler himself, mocking anyone thinking of doing the same:
Nice try. You won't find anything here.
It's a nice, small easter egg, clearly reminiscent of the Enigma's cocky and intelligent attitude. Upon the website, Nashton has set three questions that you'll need to answer in order to find new, exclusive Batman artwork - you can find the answers to the riddles here.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director, Matt Reeves, is adapting the Caped Crusader through a neo-noir lens, while offering the scariest take of the troubled hero yet. Robert Pattinson takes the cowl this time around, with inspiration for Bruce Wayne coming from Nirvana's Kurt Cobain.
You can also check out The Batman's new poster above which, showcases the Caped Crusader and Zoë Kravitz's Catwoman side-by-side.
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