- No, Fenixx, killing is wrong (but hilarious)
- Yes, but it wouldn't be funny after while...
- But then he'd kill off all the interesting bad guys and then what? Regular purse snatchers, and gangsters and wannabees? How would he go on?
- Batman for President!
- Batman should use murder as his *exclusive* method of dealing with bad people...
- I'm Batman!
Should Batman drop the whole "no killing rule" nonsense?
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I think no 'Superhero' should drop the -no killing rule- nonsense.
The majority of the youth (and to some extent adults) read comics, youth always looks up to the superheroes and want to be like them, doesn't matter if it's Batman, Super-Man or Spider/Man.
The message that should be conveyed from the comics should always be 'capturing' the criminal and put him behind wars and not 'out for revenge' and killing them.
Killing should always be a last resort, at least this is what I think in terms of dropping the no killing rule thing.
No batman operates outside the law, and he is heroic specifically because he lets due process happen after they are aprehended,
FYI, Batman shot and killed darkseid
He'd become the Punisher if that's the case. I wouldn't mind if it's an alternate version if a really fucking dark and depressed and angry Bruce Wayne fighting crime using whatever means necessary to ensure the safety of Gotham and the world. I mean don't they do alternate versions of comic book characters like all the fucking time? I would laugh if they ever made Batman "KILLS" the DC Universe like it was done with The Punisher. Just leave regular Batman as he is though. A Rated R Dark Rough Brutal style as an alternate "what if" version only.
According to Zak Snyder, he already did. : P
The guy dresses like a bat, works in a cave, only goes out at night, and terrorizes criminals. To the public, everything about him seems sinister but the fact he never kills people proves he's not. That's why it's important.
Only in alternate universe storylines. The canonical batman doesn't lower himself to murder that often. Heroes are supposed to be better than that. They rise above their enemy they don't sink to their level.
no, his rule is what defines him Killing would bring him down to the criminals level
This is adult conversation - take the kiddie stuff to the basement with your little buddies.
No thats what makes batman
People ask me who my favorite batman is
And i say "ben afflack... would be if he didn't kill people the whole time."
He eventually does after the joker killed Robin. He got older and the world seems darker.
If you think about all these vigilantes like Batman, Spiderman and Daredevil etc do is beat the literal crap out of bad guys usually hospitalising them and then they are sent to jail only to escape the next day and go back on a crime spree. In the real world those criminals after recovering from hospital would be set free as there is no evidence to convict them and the vigilante would never take stand as a witness and would probably be arrested for assault and battery. Batman is more likely to cripple more criminals than he puts away. Whats the point of tge Gotham Police as tgey can't solve or do anything without Batman, everythime they see the Bat signal in the sky they must decide it coffee and donut time as obviously the caped crusader.
I prefer the punishers brand of justice because unlike Batman if the punisher went up against the Joker then he wouldn't escape every month fron the insane asylum and go on a killing spree then caught and pummelled by batman for the 70th time.
He should pull a Jason Todd. Only kill bad guys that are above the law system.
If Batman drops the "no killing rule" he just turns into The Punisher doesn't he?
Yeah then batman game would have been interesting
dropping is ok, then he is badman not batman
only for ones like Joker
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