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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.

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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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