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Even billionaire playboy superheroes do things that are Fail Blog worthy.

Everybody loves Batman. He's rich. He's good-looking. He has wonderful toys... He's spent years honing his mind and body to perfection in order to combat the worst criminals Gotham City has to offer.

Despite all these positive qualities, Batman can be really dumb sometimes. At least, if the movies are any indication. We won't hold the original 1966 Batman film against him. We've all had one of those days where we just couldn't get rid of a bomb. Or leg shark. But beginning in Batman '89 and up through The Dark Knight, Bats has been guilty of some pretty serious faux pas. And now the time has come to roast the Caped Crusader. Here are our picks for Batman's worst decisions in these six big screen adventures.
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Old 03-11-2011, 05:16 PM
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I had to delete your link because it was actually the link to post new threads on this forum.

Personally, I've never been much of a fan of Batman. I just find the character incredibly boring.
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I had to delete your link because it was actually the link to post new threads on this forum.

opps!

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Personally, I've never been much of a fan of Batman. I just find the character incredibly boring.

Really??? wow.. see.. you and I polar opposites..
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i never really thought of Batman as a superhero ... he has no supernatural ability ... i don't know if that is a requirement .. i get it, he is smart, but he is a mere mortal ..
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Old 03-11-2011, 05:46 PM
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i never really thought of Batman as a superhero ... he has no supernatural ability ... i don't know if that is a requirement .. i get it, he is smart, but he is a mere mortal ..
and in the comic world.. that just make him even more of a "hero".
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Really??? wow.. see.. you and I polar opposites..
I've just never liked how Batman is a walking Swiss Army knife. He's already anticipated and prepared for EVERY contingency that he might face. To me, that just as unrealistic as a man who can fly.
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I've just never liked how Batman is a walking Swiss Army knife. He's already anticipated and prepared for EVERY contingency that he might face. To me, that just as unrealistic as a man who can fly.
I get you.. but it's not that he "always has a tool for the job"... like in the movies.. but more that he is prepared and can "make what he has..work"...
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I get you.. but it's not that he "always has a tool for the job"... like in the movies.. but more that he is prepared and can "make what he has..work"...
I guess I just like a little more "super" in my superheroes.
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I guess I just like a little more "super" in my superheroes.
Like Tony Stark?
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