I would not label somebody who beats up murders, rapist and drug lords a terrorist, I would call them a hero. A...superhero.
@buzz killinton, I guess you could say that was *puts on sunglasses* funny. *gets shot*
@buzz killinton, exactly. If Batman were real, he'd be kicking terrorist ass
@buzz killinton, no they would call him a vigilante, which they did in the movies, and they would try to hunt him down, which again they did in the movies, and they would keep hunting him, because he can take it, because he's the hero this city deserves, just not the one it needs right now, because he's The Dark Knight.
@buzz killinton, he's just a hero. There's nothing super about him other than his bank account.
If Batman was real then he'd be dead since he's been around since the 50's and its 2015 come on now is there a fountain of youth for this guy or is DC making new copies
@Sir Bionic, I like to think it's the fountain of youth! Because it's more to imagine :)
@Sir Bionic, it's cause he's Batman
@Sir Bionic, he's batman!!! There is no logic to him!
@Sir Bionic, or just a really old badass
@Sir Bionic, he's actually been around since '39
@Sir Bionic, I think he's been killed at least once in one of the DC universes. *looks for comic buff for confirmation*
@Sir Bionic, i mean that one villain ghul had a fountain of youth
@Sir Bionic, there would still be batman it would just be Terry instead of Bruce under the mask
@Sir Bionic, it was Cadmus.
@Pun defender, SPOILER ALERT! Yes he did. Darkseid used the Omega Sanction on him and Batman killed Darkseid with a bullet to the head (its artistic if you think about it) just before his death. Batman is dead during the Blackest night story. But Tim Drake (Red Robin) found out that Batman technically didn't die (because comic books), he was sent back in time into the stone age, and then kept moving through time with Vandal Savage until he came back to modern day.
@DeadXOnix, Thanks, bruh.
@Sir Bionic, well he'd be like 90 sooo, Batman Beyond :D
@Sir Bionic, are you familiar with Ra's al Ghul and the Lazarus pit?
@FrankJDPerez, the Lazarus Pitt would drive people mad after to many uses so I doubt Batman would actually use it
@Sir Bionic, in the comics there actually is a pool that can bring people back to life. So kinda.
@Sir Bionic, " First issue of Detective comics was published in 1939, and that fountain of youth is called the Lazarus pit"
- TheBatFan ...Not sure if you saw their reply.
@Sir Bionic, I have to respectfully disagree on two points: Batman first appeared in 1939 (I think it was Detective Comics #27), and HE'S BATMAN!
Violent menace/vigilante would better fit the bill imo
Look up Phoenix Jones. He's a real life hero in Seattle. Your argument is invalid
@jcmatanui204, Also some guy in Manilla.
Everyone who's not the government is a terrorist apparently. Funny how that works.
The did label him as a terrorist in one of the dark knight movies thats why he said im not the hero this city needs im the hero this city deserves
@Idiot, Never, Ever, Never ever... Ever ever ever... under any circumstances... be Osama BatLaden
If Batman was real we'd all know he was Bruce Wayne and he'd get arrested so fast.
Batman doesn't kill so this is pretty dumb
"If he was real"?
What's that supposed to mean!
The way we label certain individuals a terrorist, is the same way people in Salem labeled certain women a witch.
@Sir Bionic: First issue of Detective comics was published in 1939, and that fountain of youth is called the Lazarus pit
(& he IS real, duh!)
Same with Luke skywalker.
No.. he's the god dammed Batman