Batman is the crime fighting alter-ego of millionaire
Bruce Wayne. Wayne inherited a fortune as a boy after his parents were
killed by robbers; when Wayne grew up he dedicated himself to fighting
crime and chose the guise of a bat in order to strike fear into the hearts
of criminals. Unlike
Superman and Spider-Man,
Batman is a human with no supernatural powers.
Batman lives in Gotham
City and operates out of his secret crime laboratory, the Bat Cave. He
battles exotic super villains including The Joker,
Two-Face, Catwoman and the Penguin, and is often aided by a sidekick, Robin
the Boy Wonder. Batman has appeared in many types of media over the years and with
various levels of seriousness.
Updated: Oct. 24th, 2017
Batman's fighting game
debut in Justice League was dull (hence the game), his MK VS
DC incarnation wasn't terrible, but his Injustice appearance
was a vast improvement. I did like Batman when I was a kid, but later on in my teen/young
adult years, I became more intrigued by Marvel characters. After all those live-action
Batman movies in the 90s, Batman became comic relief more than anything. I always found
it particularly funny how Batman couldn't
turn his neck very far in those movies (without turning the rest of his upper
body with it, lol).
did enjoy the artwork in some of the later comics, and I
loved The Dark Knight. I especially appreciated the part when
Christian Bale said he wanted a new suit so he could "turn his head." (I was the
sole person to burst out laughing in the theater during that part). At the end of the day, Batman is
a timelessly enjoyable superhero and has a
great theme, personality, and story behind him (when done right). Although, I have to admit
I usually enjoy the villains of the series more than the hero. Batman is a true
classic. But you'll never get win "originality"
points being a fan of Batman...
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