I think Bats should make an appearance in Smallville. They had Flash, Impulse... I say it would make tons of sense for Bats to saunter in and solve Lana's whole big mistery, wrap all the chicks around his mysterious finger, and sunterout (all done in the shadows, of course ) Seriously. That would make SO much sense! My first thought about that was that it wouldn't work because of the ages and when Bats became Bats, but they had Bart Allen before he was even born!! They could make Bats just a few years older. That would be so sexy! It would also be a good medium for Lex's transition into evil Lex. Maybe Brucy could stop him getting the rocks?
Man I've been wanting Bruce Wayne since the second episode I saw back in season 1. They could easily bring him in as a business partner of Lex, or atleast they could know each other from the billionaire circuit. Doubt it will happen, sadly.
I really hate how they use movies as a reason not to have. Batman/Superman are huge characters and have different worlds, with TV, movies, comics... I don't think what's going on with one should change the other.
That makes no sense though!! How could the movie prevent an appearance in the show? It's not as if it has to be the actor in Batman who acts as BW in the show! Man! That is SO stupid! At LEAST a cameo! Like, maybe it could show Lex watching the tube :' And today on the stock market, Luther Corp. was blasted out of the water by Wayne Ent. The young Bruce Wayne , 18, has shown economical genius never before seen by such a young man. It is clear that in the futur, Lex corp. will have problems other than those in the family.' Lex: Damn it! -pulls out his cell and dials a number 'Sandy? Yes. I want Bruce Wayne to be found *doing* something. Now.' Later the tube announces Wayne being sent to jail. Later it is announced that he argued his OWN way out of jail. Luther seeths and turns to his computer, when he turns it on it shows a small bat flying around, and nothing else will work. Seconds later, he gets a call. 'Nice try, Luther. Find a computer and look at the stocks. Don't try to trace this call, don't try to call the cops.' Luther calls someone and asks about the stocks. His company has sold all of its stocks to Wayne....
Well... That's all I've got so far, and it would have to involve Clarky, but I think its a pretty good episode.
Bruce wayne should be on the show and that's for sure. when i saw the episode when the flash comes to visit smallville i just loved it, it would be awesome if they bring batman to metropolis and he has to solve a crime but at the same time clark is trying to solve it on his own and finally they end up working together.
Batman on Smallville would be good only if Clark becomes Superman.It wouldn't make sense to say that Bruce Wayne goes out fighting crime by himself because he'd be exposed and possibly have his company taken away from him.When are we going to get Superman?
__________________ I searched in all of the shadows,traveled around the world.I caught a glimpse of something that will not stop until it gets revenge.......ME!!!!
That would be interesting but what if Lex decides to have Bruce killed because he takes his women?I think that idea would work but they should at least make him have his agility but he shouldn't appear as Batman.Just as Bruce Wayne.If Clark becomes Superman.I wouldn't mind seeing him in the suit but it might not happen.If he ever appears on Smallville they should just get Christain Bale.I hope that the Flash comes back next season because I really enjoyed him beeing on Smallville.I want to see him race Clark some more.Seeing them go out to fight crime in a episode could also be cool.
Bruce Wayne is a good idea as a cameo. Batman, however, isn't. The timeline would be screwed up. It would be easier, however, to have Wayne Enterprises mentioned on the news or in a copy of the Planet.
Here I thought I was the only one with this idea: show up here, though, and there's no less than three topics about it over the course of a few weeks. Who knew it was such a popular idea? It could definately work, but as has been said: seems it's not to be.