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Knightwing

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reformed marvel zombie

Subj: Re: re robin
Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 at 06:20:02 pm CST (Viewed 200 times)
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Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 at 02:44:19 pm CST (Viewed 9 times)

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I would rather have Bruce adopt Dick, even tell him he is Batman, BUT never let him out as Robin. Dick can probably help him out in the batcave, but never let Dick go out as Robin. If we see a kid fight crime in the new Batman movie franchise, it will ruin the movie series for me. I mean come on! It's Ok in comics but not in a movie. The reason they had the Joker not actually burned by poison is because it cannot be explained rationally. A chemical bath is toxic enough to bleach one's skin and hair but did not cause the victim to die or at the very least to become blind? That is tough to believe. The same way, it is not believable for a 12-16yr old kid can actually fight crime with no superpowers at all. So, if Dick Grayson is an absolute must, have him stay in the batcave (help batman out with giving him information while batman is out), then maybe at the end of the movie show that Bruce is training young Dick Grayson, hinting that someday Dick will become Robin or Nightwing. That should satisfy the fans of Robin, but at the same time, will not ruin the movie franchise which prides itelf for being based on reality. Assuming such thing exists in the fantastic world of a superhero movie.

> That should satisfy the fans of Robin, but at the same time, will not ruin the movie franchise which prides itelf for being based on reality. Assuming such thing exists in the fantastic world of a superhero movie.

Based on reality? 2 face was reality? ummm no, suspension of belief required there also...so is robin that much more of a jump? imo , not really


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