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Subj: Re: But he is not depicted as a rookie...
Posted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 at 02:40:53 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: But he is not depicted as a rookie...
Posted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 at 02:31:33 pm EDT

> It is a gimmick.
> Ras Al Ghul was mentioned before he appeared and you could tell from the start he wasn't your typical villain.

Black Glove was also mentioend numerous times before he even went up against Batman.
> He also went head to head with Batman several times.

But he had to start somewhere. Thats where Black Glove is.
> You call not having a clue, being unprepared, and being taken out by henchmen not being a rookie?

1) He knew something was going on, didn't know what
2) Underprepared? I guess you were talking about the poison. The guys a doctor, and he injected Bruce with some new form of heroin he's developed. How's Bruce supposed to be prepared for that?
3) We can actually attribute that more to him already being in a bad mental state. Plus these guys are obviously top tier guys to have also taken down Nightwing. Throw even more at Batman at a bad time and he's going to lose.

> Morrison is treating Batman as a weakling.

Just read the book dude.

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