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Image: Jonathan Olley/ DC Comics After years of waiting, Matt Reeves’ dark and gritty reboot of The Batman has finally hit screens. For those heading out to see the 3-hour extravaganza this week, you may be wondering if The Batman follows in the comic book movie tradition of having a post-credits scene? We’re here to answer that question. Is there a post-credits scene at the end of The Batman? Having seen The Batman we can confirm that yes – there is a very small tease at the end of the film. There is no mid-credits scene, so feel free to duck to the bathroom if you’ve been holding on for 2.5 hours. The post-credits sting appears right at the end, after all the credits have rolled. The scene shows a > user typing the words ‘Good Bye’, in an identical fashion to how the Riddler communicated with Batman earlier in the film. Following that, a jumbled message of green text appears and disappears on-screen. For viewers quick enough to catch it, the text in the The Batman ‘s post credits scene spells out a URL address that you can visit. What does the scene mean? The URL that appears after the credits roll is www.rataalada.com, a tie-in website for The Batman. After seeing the film, audiences will be well aware that this URL is actually used as one of the Riddler’s clues within the movie. If you visit the site you’ll be asked to answer three riddles. The website […]