Just do it. I want some mother ****er out there who wants to commit suicide or do some crazy shit to waste their lives better : become Batman. Do you know how ****ing awesome it would be do see some man is a military TRULY realistic Batman costume stop some gangsta die pig die bling bling thug? ****ING AWESOMe. It'd be all over the news with security cameras and shit and be all over the internet. If I ever did that thopuh I'd be all over the school telling all my girls "IM BATMAN!" "IM BATMAN!".
THAD BE FUNNY IF THEY GOT ARRESTED.
__________________ Marge: Homer, there's a man here who thinks he can help you!
Marge: No, he's a scientist.
Homer: Batman's a scientist.
Marge: IT'S NOT BATMAN!
Batman already happened in New York. Here is the article...
An obsessed crimefighter is roaming the streets of New York City at night beating up burglars, muggers and drug dealers — while wearing a costume just like the movie superhero Batman!
“This fellow is a one-man vigilante team,” a police insider said. “Last week he broke into a crack house and beat the hell out of a couple of well-known drug dealers.
“We have a dozen witnesses who have seen the fellow in the last two weeks and they all say the same thing: The guy’s a bodybuilder, he’s dressed up in a black outfit with a cape and wears a mask just like Batman wore in the movies.”
The mysterious figure’s most highly publicized act of heroism came last week when he broke up an armed robbery at a fast-food restaurant, knocking out two would-be robbers in the process. “When our officers arrived on the scene one of the thieves was unconscious and the other was so groggy that he didn’t know where he was,” the police source said. “This Batman fellow had worked them over pretty good.”
Officials are unsure how to deal with the crimefighter, who has gained a devoted cult following in some New York neighborhoods. “Our problem is that this guy is breaking the law, but if we throw him in jail we’ll look like the bad guys,” the anonymous policeman said.
“But we can’t allow him to go around making his own laws. And the fact that he wears a superhero costume shows that he is probably mentally unstable.”
Police psychologists say the real-life Batman fits the profile of an angry crime victim who is fighting back.
“You see this a lot when someone has been victimized. But this guy is obviously obsessed in a twisted, almost frightening kind of way. It appears he truly believes he is Batman.”
Witnesses say the Batman is highly skilled in the martial arts and has no trouble overpowering the criminals he attacks. “One couple said they were being mugged when the Batman jumped out from behind a tree, kicked the gun from the mugger’s hand, put him into a headlock and rammed him into a tree.”
“But in that case, as always, by the time the police got there the Batman was gone.”
The cops would probably catch him pretty quick. You don't just dress up in a suit and go around beating the shit out of people and get away with it, even if the people are crooks. The first time he used the batmobile would be his last, the police choppers and cars would be all over him. He'd be wanted for numerous counts of assualt and battery.
Not only that, but if you spend enough time kicking people in the face, eventually you'd end up killing one of them...then our Batman would be wanted for murder. In the end though, even if he miraculously managed to avoid the police, he wouldn't be able to take on more than one or two fairly in shape guys at once...that's just how it works in comics and movies. Three or more thugs get the drop on him and he'd be dead.
Perhaps a group of Batmen, working like ninjas, would be possible for a short while. But again, it's just a matter of time before one of them chews a bullet, no matter how good they are. And in real life, leaving bodies lying around is much more of a problem then it is in comicbook world.
You laughin' at me? If the people have seen him, how can you know they're lying? Answer that, junior! Oh and I think I owe you this for laughing at me....*punches invisible Jargon343* lol, jk. but don't laugh at me for such a little unawareness.
"Nerd running around town thinking he is batman"
Become your own superhero.
Oh and just a word of advice: if you are surrounded by thugs, keep in mind they don't take turns attacking so you can make a cool move like in the movies, they come at you at once making cheap shots, and the next thing you know you are lying on the grown in your homemade batsuit groaning just in time for some reporter with a camera to catch you and go "What a Scoop!"
next day headlines:
"local batman, or nerd if you will, is a p*ssy"
Oh and for some reason I have a hard time beleiving people with money would really care to do such a thing. "I kind of feel like becoming batman, but screw it, lets go buy jet skis."
Oh and BatDude, find a copy of that article that isn't attached to a message board or some lame website. It sound more like one of those joke newspapers like, THE ONION.
Last edited by OB1-adobe on Sep 10th, 2005 at 10:24 PM
I don't care how great a shape a person is in, the immense amount of physical power required and the feats involved--as typically depicted--would wear down the toughest person relatively fast. That's what was so cool about, Kingdom Come was it? With an older Bruce depicted as nearly crippled by all the years of being Bat. Anyway, research any great athlete, and you will find a host of injuries along the way to greatness, which is itself typically short-lived, a few years tops.
As for his motivation: that can be as much a liability as an asset. It can push you or drain you. Yeah, I think Batman is possible, but not as a career.
Shinier than a speeding bullet.
Digi there are already some batman level people in real life.
jet li (just not quite as strong, but still hella strong for a little guy)
Bruce Lee (god rest his soul was the man,dude.)
Mike reeves(iska breaking champion)
The gracies (some bad motha****as)
billy chow(see fist of legend, he actually broke all those things, no cheap trick.)
mark decascas( see drive)
Matt Furey ( he is a motha****in' monster, dude.)
and some more.
First if you wanted to become as close as you could to Batman you would have to....
Be able to Lift 800 lbs (max for any human)
Master Many Martial Arts
Become Filthy Rich
Become even more rich
And what ever I left out
Gender: Male Location: Welfare Kingdom of California
The chances of some rich man becoming Batman are pretty even. However, if he were to choose to become Batman then it would be just another example of life immitating art. Meaning that the rich guy would base his personality on the premise of the Comic Book Character Batman. Other characters that could become real are the following:
Ra's al Ghul
Batgirl (Not Barbara Gordon)
Characters less likely to become real would be:
From fiction to real life...drastic changes would happen. But the chances of some actor becoming a clay menace are very slim and next to impossible....maybe somewhere in the future...maybe.
Not impossible, but you'd need a better mask that covers your entire face(see Nighthawk from Supreme Power). It'd also be very difficult and dangerous. You'd probably end up in jail or dead. Most likely one and then the other