What If... the 50's/60's Batman returned today?
During a fight Batman and Nightwing receive blows to their chromosomatic glands and are knocked out. When they wake up they have the personalities of Batman and Robin as they were in the late 50's/early 60's - all-round model citizens and completely goody two-shoes.
They do not understand any expletives or obscene words having never heard them before. They think that alien invasions can be stopped just by tying the offending aliens up, that they are Superman's best buddies, that villains would never actually hurt anyone, and that Green Arrow's boxing glove arrow is pretty darn effective.
Can they survive in the modern world of DC? Batman & Robin were last seen leaving the Hall of Justice to help out the local policemen with a "little juvenile gang problem" in South Central L.A.
Plus... What If Wolverine became the herald of Galactus?
While watching that ridiculously bad "Terminator: Salvation," I found myself wishing that the movie was about Christian Bale as Batman fighting robots. Basically, What If John Connor was actually Batman?
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"What If- Darkseid had defeated Zeus and Odin of his universe "
Thought I should address this one. Zeus and Odin were shit scared of Apokolips invading them. Especially since DS managed to get Zeus to subdivide his power between the roman and greek pantheons.
And as of FC, (and I do not believe this has been address post-FC), most of the pantheons are MIA, and possibly KIA by Darkseid's fall and the rest of the Apokolips crew.
As for a what-if: What-If Flash went rogue? This can work with either Barry or Wally. In Barry's case, he got pretty close Pre-Crisis after Reverse Flash killed Iris. He ended up breaking Reverse Flash's neck. I'd change the pivotal moment afterwards. Make the JLA cast him out as a member. Then have him convicted for murder. I'd say that's more than enough motivation to have him turn into a villain.
As for Wally, it's a cruel gesture, but Linda or his kids dying is the most expedient way. That or having Walter West become our flash.
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In Superman and Batman's ongoing, Superman and Batman were fixing reality after some time travellers had screwed it all up. Batman had the chance to alter reality by shooting the mugger before his parents would be shot. He took the chance and reality was altered. He was just another billionaire playboy who hung around in his mansion all day with loads of supermodels and Tommy Elliot. Superman, obviously restored reality.
See, now what gives Superman the right to decide that Bruce's doesn't get to be happy and at peace? So yea sure he didn't become the great Batman and savior of Gotham but who's Clark to force that on him if he didn't want it? Which anyone that's read an issue of Batman dealing with that moment clearly sees its not.
What if Clark had the chance to go back and save all of Krypton and Bruce was like nun uh, we need you to live life as Earth's savior so your entire race has to die. How'd Clark deal with that. Would he think Bruce was within his rights to make that call. Despite what Clark might or might not want? Let alone the Kryptonians or in the other case the Wayne's?
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Superman doesn't disagree with you. In the very issue (Superman and Batman #17) He reluctantly "wakes" Batman up by reminding him of the way things ought to have been. It doesn't matter that Krypton might not have exploded or that Thomas and Martha Wayne could have survived. What matters is that Krypton DID explode and Thomas and Martha Wayne DID die.
Superman would obviously, like anyone, want the best for Bruce, his friend. But that's not the point. The point is that Bruce is living in a distorted fairy tale world and not the way the world should have been. To Superman, doing the right thing is what's most important and that often costs his happiness and in this example, the happiness of others. SUperman recognises doing the right thing trumps happiness.
Yea allot of the story makes no sense thou, like how Bruce just remembers things that never happened to him and how he's able to still have all that skill that he never acquired since he was never on the road to becoming Batman.
Errr, its DC what are you gonna do?
There's a what if,
What if Batman and all his continuity became Marvel property?
The entire Batfamily, and all his rogues gallery!
How would Batman, the rest of the Batfamily and their villains adjust to the Marvel Earth? I think Bruce and Tony would have MANY problems. Talking about heroes coming to conflict with one another.
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