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What are some that come to mind in your opinion?
Here are my picks.
Hugo Strange - The original Evil Genius in Batman's rogue's gallery,able to convincingly deduce who's under the cowl
Cluemaster- At first glance,he seems to be a discount riddler but him trying to redeem himself for Steph was nice and interesting Character development.
Professor Pyg - One of the most freaky and disturbing Villians Gotham has to offer.
KGBeast - a cybernetically enhanced ex-KGB assassin who can meet the likes of Batman and Nightwing on equal footing in physical combat.
David Cain - One of the best fighters and killers in the world, responsible for the training of the best fighter in the Batman Family, Cassandra Cain.
Thought this was super interesting for anyone who loves all things DC. Phil LaMarr -- the voice of Green Lantern -- on the latest episode of the Fanaddicts podcast talking about his obsession with Batman comic books.
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It's no question that Batman is one of the greatest Superheroes in comic history......but I want to ask if you think Batman has made any significant changes to Gotham City because to me it seems like Gotham is the same as when he started, and after the Joker War everything seems to be worse.
Also What do you think of this comment I found on a YouTube video called Why Billionaires Won't Save Us.
And If my grammar is bad I'M SORRY.
1) His backstory isn’t that tragic, yes it’s a horrible thing to lose a loved one and I can’t even imagine what it’s like to lose both parents. But on the other hand, he then grew up in a mansion with his own personal butler and such. Meanwhile half the people Batman beats to a pulp at night probably lost there parents too, but they didn’t have a mansion or a butler so they had to turn to a life of crime.
2)Batman should spend his money bettering Gotham, By investing in low income housing, food pantry’s and other things Batman/Bruce Wayne would be able to bring the crime rate down faster than punches and kicks ever did.
3)Batman’s no killing rule. If Batman is not prepared to do what is necessary he shouldn’t be a super hero. He needs to get off his high horse and if absolutely necessary be ready to kill. Say if a bad guy had a knife up to a child’s throat and was threatening to kill the kid and Batman had a clear shot to kill the bad guy and doesn’t take it and get the kid killed so that he can take the bad guy alive, what does that mean? Does that mean Batman is someone with a strong moral code and good morals, no it doesn’t, it means he’s not prepared to do what needs to be done to save an innocent life.
Bonus) He needs to stop putting criminals in Arkham Asylum, they always break out.
If you didn't know already, Batman is thought throughout the Internet to defeat any threat with enough prep time. But it's a bit general statement. What about the DETAILS?
So, in this post we're gonna focus on what Bruce Wayne should do as a preparation to fight and defeat certain DC characters.
Today's character is:
How would Batman prepare for him? And who should be next?
I have been reading batman eternal and I am wondering what comes after it, I know the third volume is death of the family but I don't know what the second one is.
For me, it’s missing Dick Grayson’s high school graduation. It’s a big mile stone in everyone’s life, and it’s sad to see Dick’s adoptive father not be there to see it. This happens in the 2000s animated series btw. I also found it cruel when he erased his memory too.