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Old 12-18-2012, 01:01 PM   #98
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Default Re: The "Nolan's views on Batman villains" thread

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Originally Posted by Omegabat View Post
Deathstroke has no history with Batman,Bane is the closest thing Batman can have to Deathstroke.Deadshot deosn't have much history with Batman either,he only became a fan favorite after Suicide Squad his early years as a Batvillain are far from memorable.
You're wrong.

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This was years before Bane.

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Riddler is a worthless jobber
As opposed to Bane, who is the poor man's Prometheus and was a gimmick character equivalent to Doomsday.

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who only thrives on nostalgia,seriously all those Riddler supporters cant even come up with a decent story for him,especially not one which could logically follow TDK.
Hush
Dark Knight, Dark City
His appearances from Detective Comics from the 820's-890's
Riddle Me That
Run Riddler Run
Arkham Asylum/City

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Strange is dull and boring
Batman: Prey
Arkham City

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Black Mask is a poor mans Red Skull
Red Skull= WWII era superpowered Nazi scientist
Black Mask= Ruthless crime boss



Oh, I get it, because they have similar masks. That makes Bane a poor man's Spawn.

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Penguin LOL.


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Originally Posted by Omegabat View Post
Well then the comics beat him to the punch,cause Bane did hijack Gotham with the League and a nuclear reactor.
No he didn't. Ra's Al Ghul intended to poison the populace of Gotham through biological warfare, Bane assisted him for a short while. Bane intended to irradiate the city.

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As someone pointed out it comes down to archetype,Bane best represents the anti-Batman,Joker best represents the gimmick villains,Ra's best represents the masterminds.
Ra's has been outsmarted by Riddler, see Hush.

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So you're wrong,Bane is in an entirely different class of villains as compared to Ra's,Riddler on the other hand is rightfully a watered down Joker.
No he's not. Ra's is as smart as Bane, he's as physically adept as Bane. Plus, almost every villain is an aspect of Batman gone too far:

Ra's- Taking justice too far
Two-Face- Having one personality dominate another
Joker- The chaos caused by Batman being all he causes
Riddler- Taking his brilliant mind too far
Scarecrow- Fear as a crippling weapon rather than tool
Bane/Wrath/Prometheus- Inverse of Batman's motivations

They are all the Anti-Batman

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