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20th Jun '13 1:09:12 PM TVRulezAgain
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'''''Batman: Digital Justice''''' is a graphic novel written by Pepe Moreno, published in 1990 by DC Comics, which follows the attempts of LegacyCharacter James Gordon (the Commissioner's grandson) to become the new {{Batman}} for a new era.
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'''''Batman: Digital Justice''''' is a graphic novel written by Pepe Moreno, published in 1990 by DC Comics, which follows the attempts of LegacyCharacter James Gordon (the Commissioner's grandson) to become the new {{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} for a new era.
17th Mar '13 3:23:11 PM Scooter007
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* AttentionWhore: Gata. In fact, she's so jealous of the media attention being given to Batman that she sets herself up as his adversary Catwoman in order to capitalize.
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* AttentionWhore: Gata. In fact, she's so jealous of the media attention being given to Batman that she sets herself up as his adversary Catwoman in order specifically to capitalize.

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* AttentionWhore: Gata. In fact, she's so jealous of NotEnoughToBury: The servo enforcers' victims. Gordon invokes the media attention being given to Batman that she sets herself up as his adversary Catwoman in order to capitalize.trope by name at one point.
16th Mar '13 9:11:08 AM StFan
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''Batman: Digital Justice'' is also particularly noteworthy for being written and illustrated '''entirely''' using computer-generated images, a'la the movie ''{{Tron}}''. While not the first all-digital comic (that honor goes to the 1985 series ''Shatter''), ''Digital Justice'' was a radical departure from the dot-matrix look of its predecessor, utilizing then-advanced graphics and even 3-D modelling techniques to create a pseudo-photorealistic look.
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''Batman: Digital Justice'' is also particularly noteworthy for being written and illustrated '''entirely''' using computer-generated images, a'la the movie ''{{Tron}}''.''Film/{{Tron}}''. While not the first all-digital comic (that honor goes to the 1985 series ''Shatter''), ''Digital Justice'' was a radical departure from the dot-matrix look of its predecessor, utilizing then-advanced graphics and even 3-D modelling techniques to create a pseudo-photorealistic look.

** Also: "He's gone! ... [[{{Tron}} De-rezzed!]]" ** Another one from ''{{Tron}}'': Whenever the city is viewed from high above, it is rendered as a giant circuit board, not unlike ''TRON'''s opening scene.
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** Also: "He's gone! ... [[{{Tron}} [[Film/{{Tron}} De-rezzed!]]" ** Another one from ''{{Tron}}'': ''Film/{{Tron}}'': Whenever the city is viewed from high above, it is rendered as a giant circuit board, not unlike ''TRON'''s opening scene.
15th Jan '13 2:53:54 PM Thecommander236
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** HopeSpot: ...until he happens upon a statue of Batman -- but he doesn't yet know what to do with the inspiration. "Batman... He's '''damn''' sure needed now!" (He realizes that, since EverythingIsOnline and protected by rigid security access, he could never wage a one-man war on crime without getting caught in short order.)
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** HopeSpot: ... until he happens upon a statue of Batman -- but he doesn't yet know what to do with the inspiration. "Batman... He's '''damn''' sure needed now!" (He realizes that, since EverythingIsOnline and protected by rigid security access, he could never wage a one-man war on crime without getting caught in short order.)
6th Nov '12 2:57:39 PM DaibhidC
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* FlyingCar: Flying police cars are shown, as well as the Thememobile Batcraft.
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* FlyingCar: Flying police cars are shown, as well as the Thememobile {{Thememobile}} Batcraft.
6th Nov '12 2:57:23 PM DaibhidC
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* FlyingCar: Flying police cars are shown, as well as the Thememobile Batcraft.
16th Oct '12 6:57:52 PM ZenBlade
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The computer-rendered images, state of the art when the comic was produced, started to look dated in the early 2000s.
26th Aug '12 6:04:32 AM FELH2
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* MeaningfulName: "Gata" is Spanish for "female cat"[[hottip:*:technically, it's the feminine form of the word "gato" ("cat")]]. Or, to put it another way, a "cat woman".
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* MeaningfulName: "Gata" is Spanish for "female cat"[[hottip:*:technically, cat"[[note]]technically, it's the feminine form of the word "gato" ("cat")]].("cat")[[/note]]. Or, to put it another way, a "cat woman".

** Also: "He's gone! ... [[{{Tron}} De-rezzed!]]"
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** Also: "He's gone! ... [[{{Tron}} De-rezzed!]]" De-rezzed!]]"

* TheVirus: written by [[TheJoker the madman]] himself.
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* TheVirus: written by [[TheJoker [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker the madman]] himself.

'''Robin:''' Can a CPU add one and zero?
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'''Robin:''' Can a CPU add one and zero?
11th Jun '12 4:46:12 PM Scooter007
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''Batman: Digital Justice'' is also particularly noteworthy for being written and illustrated '''entirely''' using computer-generated images, a'la the movie ''{{Tron}}''. While not the first all-digital comic (that honor goes to the 1985 series ''Shatter''), ''Digital Justice'' was a radical departure from the dot-matrix look of its predecessor, utilizing then-advanced graphics and even 3-D modelling techniques.
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''Batman: Digital Justice'' is also particularly noteworthy for being written and illustrated '''entirely''' using computer-generated images, a'la the movie ''{{Tron}}''. While not the first all-digital comic (that honor goes to the 1985 series ''Shatter''), ''Digital Justice'' was a radical departure from the dot-matrix look of its predecessor, utilizing then-advanced graphics and even 3-D modelling techniques. techniques to create a pseudo-photorealistic look.

** HopeSpot: ...until he happens upon a statue of Batman.
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** HopeSpot: ...until he happens upon a statue of Batman.Batman -- but he doesn't yet know what to do with the inspiration. "Batman... He's '''damn''' sure needed now!" (He realizes that, since EverythingIsOnline and protected by rigid security access, he could never wage a one-man war on crime without getting caught in short order.)
17th Feb '12 8:51:12 AM Scooter007
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* DatingCatwoman: Atypically for this trope, Gordon never gets any closer to her (romantically speaking) than "There's something about her..." Of course, putting Batman and Catwoman together '''without''' invoking this trope would be... wrong.
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* DatingCatwoman: Atypically for this trope, Gordon never gets any closer to her (romantically speaking) than "There's something about her..." or "I am your friend". Of course, putting Batman and Catwoman together '''without''' invoking this trope would be... wrong.wrong. * DigitalAvatar: for both Batman (see page image) and [[spoiler:The Joker]].

** Jim Gordon himself already counts; he's the grandson of Commissioner James Gordon.
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** SpinOffspring: Jim Gordon himself already counts; he's is the grandson of Commissioner James Gordon.

* OmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: The [[TheSyndicate Mob Lord]], the [[StrawmanNewsMedia Media Man]], the [[AmoralAttorney Law Man]] and [[spoiler:the Mayor]] conspire with [[spoiler: the Joker Virus]] to rule Gotham. * RedemptionEqualsDeath ** DeathEqualsRedemption
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* OmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: The [[TheSyndicate Mob Lord]], the [[StrawmanNewsMedia Media Man]], the [[AmoralAttorney Law Man]] and [[spoiler:the Mayor]] conspire with [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Joker Virus]] to rule Gotham. * RedemptionEqualsDeath RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Captain Grover]] wouldn't stay corrupt. ** DeathEqualsRedemptionDeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler:the Mayor]] makes amends with her dying gasp.

** Another one from ''{{Tron}}'': Whenever the city is viewed from high above, it is rendered as a giant circuit board, not unlike ''Tron'''s opening scene.
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** Another one from ''{{Tron}}'': Whenever the city is viewed from high above, it is rendered as a giant circuit board, not unlike ''Tron'''s ''TRON'''s opening scene.
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