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Old 08-17-2013, 02:51 AM   #203
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Default Re: Is Batman justified when he refuses to kill? Do you wish he was more like Superma

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Originally Posted by Lencho01 View Post
I'm pretty sure that's the reason why so many people don't see it as him killing Joker. I also didn't really understand what was so great about the story when I read it anyway. I just went, "Oh, ok." when I was done with it.

That's true. Her being a woman does make her a target for something degrading to happen.

Anyway, here's another example of Batman essentially killing someone...

Two of the best examples this thread could come up with are the deaths of Johnny Quick and Owlman. Did we ever stop to think that maybe Crisis on Two Earths was just badly written and made by people who don't understand the character(s)?

I mean, they did cast Billy Baldwin...

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