How darkness took over our culture
That's dark: From The Dark Knight Rises to Mountain Dew Dark Berry to Woolite Extra Dark Care, Eric Hynes at Slate examines how darkness has permeated our culture
The Dark Knight Rises is no brightly painted comic book blockbuster, and it's part of trend towards murky and edgy cultural products, cleaning liquids, and even soft drinks.
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