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The movie is based largely on the Knightfall series of comics where Bane is highly intelligent. On his wiki one of his abilities is "Genius Level Intellect". As to his meticulous controlling personality, the early versions of Bane were just this. Bane creator Chuck Dixon's early tales portray Bane as a very calm, centered warrior akin to Bruce Lee in ...


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To me it actually doesn't make any sense as to why he had to stay on the plane. I understand why he did, but he really didn't have to. First of all those agents did not really call in and say they only had one extra guy picked up. The guys had no intention of killing them, which Bane pointed out. Second, you would think there would have been a better DNA ...


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Most superheroes are, psychologically speaking, more-or-less regular people who adopt a superhero guise to fight crime. Hal Jordan turns into Green Lantern, Peter Parker becomes Spider-Man, and so on. In his modern incarnations, even Clark Kent (who is not precisely "normal", but is as close as he could get under the circumstances) becomes Superman. Batman ...


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I disagree with Sonny's response to John Smith Optional's answer completely. As JSO said, once he's in the suit he is 100% committed to being "the beast". He can't afford to come out of character until he's safely at home. You have to realize, Batman isn't your typical superhero. He has no special powers. He's just using technology to his advantage. ...


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Despite frequently being ridiculed, according to the (now made unavailable) production notes for Batman Begins; Wayne is incapable of speaking without the Bat-voice when he is wearing his Cowl. According to original drafts for the film: "High-gain stereo microphones are concealed in the ears, allowing Batman to eavesdrop on distant conversations," the ...



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