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Old 09-27-2013, 04:45 AM   #5
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Default Re: An Argument For A Batman Who Is At The Peak Of Human Conditioning.

Originally Posted by D.P. View Post
Pretty much what the flexible fabric crowd as been saying for years.

There is nothing wrong with a highly agile Batman with the reflexes of a cat on screen.

And if Robin/Nightwing is ever introduced in the solo films, I want gymnast level ability and parkour-esque movement out of him.
A big plus one to all of this. Batman has been portrayed from the very beginning as a highly athletic person with a lot of gymnastic and parkour-esque moves, (very quick and agile, just like a bat) one feature that has been woefully lacking in every single live-action representation to date. I'd really like to see that along with a proper fabric suit to allow this maneuverability in this next version. It'll be about bloody time we got this if it happens.

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