It may be an unconventional way to think, but Bane truly doesn't exactly fit the mold of a typical superhero villain. I'm not calling the guy a hero, I'm merely stating that after seeing TDKR, he has done MANY heroic things. Sure some of them are up to debate, like: The questionable acts of heroism: [BLACKOUT]- Beating the unholy hell out of the goddamn batman. But in reality the guy is technically a multiple felon vigilante wanted by the authorities so it's almost like a citizens arrest.[/BLACKOUT] [BLACKOUT]- Letting the criminals of Dr. "ScraeCrow" Crane have a slim chance of survival by walking over the ice rather than just shooting them in the head. Any chance at survival is better than none.[/BLACKOUT] [BLACKOUT]- He killed Daggett, and that guy was a t-total sonuva ***** no matter how you slice it. That jerk-off had it coming and we all know it. The way he killed him was simply BRUTAL, but it ain't like the jerk wasn't asking for it. [/BLACKOUT] [BLACKOUT]- SAVED TALIA AND GOT A RESPIRATOR/SEVERE PAIN throughout his body for the rest of his life. NUFF SAID. ZERO regard for his own outcome, he knew he was going to be killed (ended up almost killed) but he saved her anyway.[/BLACKOUT] I'm not saying "hey f**k batman lets all root for Bane", I'm just saying DAMN Nolan, you did it again, creating an ambiguous bad guy in the same vein as Ras Al Ghul. Its just IMHO, but here was quite a bit of good behind Banes wickedness. That was so SWEET when [BLACKOUT]Bane killed Daggett[/BLACKOUT], wasn't it? He just [BLACKOUT]snapped his neck and then smothered him to death as he stood there paralyzed from the neck down [/BLACKOUT]F**KING RUTHLESS.