Will Batman always win?
The question isn’t whether or not Batman will always win; the question is why he always does, why Batman never loses.
What we perceive as a defeat in his movies is just Batman facing a new form of victory.
In this article I will explain the attributes that make Batman undefeatable.
Is Bruce Wayne Batman being silly or is Batman Bruce Wayne being crazy?
The answer is they are both crazier and dumber than you ever imagine.
It’s notorious that Bruce Wayne isn’t simply pretending to be disturbed.
And despite the debate whether Batman is the personality shelf where Bruce Wayne stores the crazy plates, one thing is certain: Batman has his own absolutely crazy persona.
Batman is full of bad trauma like dad not loving him or losing her supermodel girlfriend.
And this is why we all love you, Batman.
Craziness is the most significant Batman’s superpower because as in real life, crazy cannot be defeated, it can only be diverted.
It is lunacy, my friends, that settles the day in Gotham City.
Of course Bane is brilliant and powerful but he made one mistake, he brought logic into a crazy fight.
He is always ready
Gotham is where plans go to die.
That’s why Joker’s a perfect halt for Batman, because he’s the embodiment of chaos.
However we need to remember that Batman is, too.
Batman wears the night as a costume and makes himself the patron of unknown terrors.
He isn’t about order, he’s about control.
The Joker, like most great comedians, offers a perfect critique of how screwed we all are, but no solutions.
And Batman, like many offended audiences, keeps interrupting the act to tell him he sucks.
What Bane and The Joker fails to understand is that every moment Batman is beating criminals, he’s doing what he loves, and once there are no more criminals, he’s getting what he wants.
In any scenario, he’s at least breaking even.
Batman doesn’t care about nature, ecology, global warming or any other trending issue.
Batman is a traumatized orphan and that’s why he doesn’t adapt well to society.
He surrounds with women he doesn’t like and he pretend to get drunk so other people will think he parties hard.
If Bruce Wayne were on Facebook he’d have 45 friends.
The only thing he cares about is people he can trust; everything else for him is peripheral.
And the result of this detachment is that he’s obligated to no one.
There’s a great advantage in disinterest.
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Iron Man is greater than Batman
I’ve used to like Batman more than Iron Man, then I studied them a little deeper and understood about my misconception.
Of course they are the best superheroes in their leagues, Batman beats Superman and Iron Man beats Captain America but when it comes to compare them to each other we have to think a little beyond the simplicity of physical strength.
Iron Man did more good
Maybe arms dealer is a challenging origin for a good guy but his father built the company when weapons merchants were heroes because of Hitler.
Howard Stark reversed the polarity of Godwin’s law.
His entire legacy was ‘No more Nazis’ and ‘Yes more Captain America’ which means he couldn’t have been a better advertisement for weapons technology.
Tony genuinely believed that giving the good guys guns was how you fixed things and sacrificed billions to stop the very second he found out he was wrong.
On the other side, the very instant Bruce Wayne didn’t get what he wanted; he stormed off to a remote prison hellhole.
Wayne Industries must have had more military projects on the go than the actual U.S. Army, they spent years and millions of dollars as the sort of company where forcing people to die of thirst was a possible revenue stream.
Both superheroes are ridiculously selfish billionaires abusing privilege like they hired it to wear a gimp mask in their basement.
Both hoard technology that could revolutionize society just to their own benefit but Tony Stark uses functional AI and a free power source to drunken drive in a way there aren’t laws against yet so at least he enjoys it.
He’s also working on infinite free energy for the world.
Bruce Wayne misuses more funds than Enron and uses it to hunt poor people for sport.
Watching Bruce Wayne worrying over his inability to stop crime while he could buy the entire GCPD, it’s annoying.
Both movies had the most perfect players possible without involving genetic engineering.
This could be a shot of the actor or the character.
Robert Downey Jr. was stuck being a boyfriend on the wimpy romantic legal comedy Ally McBeal, the exact opposite role to Iron Man, until he got fired for drug offenses and became the ultimate Method actor.
Since then, he’s become Tony Stark and Sherlock Holmes, the two best drug abusers in fictional history.
Christian Bale is also the perfect Batman.
He’s clearly a wealthy lunatic and emotionally deficient as Bruce.
Tony Stark realizes that people have been misusing his inventions to kill people.
Although when you invent missiles, there’s little room to misuse.
The profiteering war merchant then blew things up for two straight movies and the only things he killed were robots or actually pointing guns at screaming women and children at that exact moment.
On the other end is Batman whose ‘don’t kill them immediately’ attitude is about as moral as the guy from Saw.
He’s cruel and unusual punishment personified.
Gotham criminals don’t have employee insurance so every time he cripples one; he is at best dooming them to stay home for the rest of the days.
Gotham criminal’s families are now stuck with a bitter psychopath who cannot even leave the house.
Batman has caused more domestic violence than drugs and alcohol combined.
the world must know the truth!