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26th Sep '16 7:56:27 PM AndyMouse
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After he watched Film/BatmanBegins, Batmite got the idea of giving the DarkerAndEdgier Batman story the people have always wanted. The sad thing is, he hired some moron named Frank who made him flanderize everyone and stick random DC superheroes in it (like Plastic Man of all people) until Batmite finally got sick of it and handed the project to Frank.

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After he watched Film/BatmanBegins, Batmite got the idea of giving making the DarkerAndEdgier Batman story the people have always wanted. The sad thing is, he had good ideas yet couldn't find a way to execute them properly. So after looking through an LongList of famous Batman writers (like Bruce Timm, Alan Moore, Neal Adams, etc) he hired some moron named Frank Creator/FrankMiller who made him flanderize [[{{Flanderization}} flanderize]] everyone and stick random DC superheroes in it (like Plastic Man of all people) until Batmite finally got sick of it and handed the project to Frank.
26th Sep '16 2:17:49 PM AndyMouse
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[[WMG: ASBAR is ComicBook/BatMite's attempt at creating a dark and gritty Batman story.]]
After he watched Film/BatmanBegins, Batmite got the idea of giving the DarkerAndEdgier Batman story the people have always wanted. The sad thing is, he hired some moron named Frank who made him flanderize everyone and stick random DC superheroes in it (like Plastic Man of all people) until Batmite finally got sick of it and handed the project to Frank.

The last thing he did before leaving was giving Frank a sticky note saying "THIS IS NOT THE [[MemeticMutation GODDAMN BATMAN]]!!!"
16th Aug '16 9:46:20 PM Netherman14
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** OMG, it makes total sense! [[Characters/SupermanTheCharacter Superman]] [[MediumAwareness fooling around "on set" while being "in character" because he knows just how bad the comic (read:movie) he's in is]].
21st May '16 11:31:47 PM Anddrix
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[[WMG: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker wrote All-Star Batman and Robin.]]

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[[WMG: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker wrote All-Star Batman and Robin.]]
5th May '16 6:52:51 AM BJV
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The idea goes that Barney is a teenager living in Gotham City. He's got a lot of issues like absent parents, repressed sexual frustrations, doubts about his masculinity, violent impulses, self gratification, and just being a jackass. The highlightof his life is when he gets saved by Batman from a mugger. Afterwards Barney gets detention at school, perhaps at ''ComicBook/GothamAcademy'', after he beats up a kid who was saying he thinks Green Lantern is the coolest member of the Justice League. In his journal, Barney scribbles down a story where everything he wants gets mixed in with what he actually thinks Batman is like. This results in his violent and crazy tendencies, as well as his speech patterns, to be put into Batman. Robin is a reflection of how Barney sees himself as a victim who Batman wants to turn into a hero. He once saw a picture of Vicki Vale in the paper or something and got a massive hard-on for her, so he writes her as his heavily sexed up dream girl. He also has a lust for Black Canary, but he knows zilch about her and writes the Irish barmaid thing because his mother is Irish-American and works at a bar (which means he probably has a strange desire for his Mum that he doesn't realize he has). He portrays Superman and Hal Jordan as idiots because he's a Batman fanboy and doesn't want the others to be competent. Wonder Woman? Barney's a huge misogynist because real girls think he's a creep. All the wanton murder is how he wishes he could deal with classmates who dislike him. The casual insults towards homosexuals is because his dad is homophobic and rants drunk about "Queers" when he's actually home. The Joker is Barney's "dark side" and represents the villain he could become if nobody helps him, but he doesn't recognize this himself. Bruno is there because he was learning about Nazi atrocities in class, thought they were "cool", and thought another nearly naked woman would be hot. Batgirl isn't his twisted, "sexy" version of her because Barney, for all his faults, actually respects her since she works with Batman. The messed up time scale is because he could only write so much during each time he had detention. Since he was extremely angry every time he went, he didn't exactly has logic on his mind regarding that issue. The reason the story abruptly ends is because a concerned classmate finds his journal and shows it to a teacher, which leads to Barney having to

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The idea goes that Barney is a teenager living in Gotham City. He's got a lot of issues like absent parents, repressed sexual frustrations, doubts about his masculinity, violent impulses, self gratification, and just being a jackass. The highlightof his life is when he gets saved by Batman from a mugger. Afterwards Barney gets detention at school, perhaps at ''ComicBook/GothamAcademy'', after he beats up a kid who was saying he thinks Green Lantern is the coolest member of the Justice League. In his journal, Barney scribbles down a story where everything he wants gets mixed in with what he actually thinks Batman is like. This results in his violent and crazy tendencies, as well as his speech patterns, to be put into Batman. Robin is a reflection of how Barney sees himself as a victim who Batman wants to turn into a hero. He once saw a picture of Vicki Vale in the paper or something and got a massive hard-on for her, so he writes her as his heavily sexed up dream girl. He also has a lust for Black Canary, but he knows zilch about her and writes the Irish barmaid thing because his mother is Irish-American and works at a bar (which means he probably has a strange desire for his Mum that he doesn't realize he has). He portrays Superman and Hal Jordan as idiots because he's a Batman fanboy and doesn't want the others to be competent. Wonder Woman? Barney's a huge misogynist because real girls think he's a creep. All the wanton murder is how he wishes he could deal with classmates who dislike him. The casual insults towards homosexuals is because his dad is homophobic and rants drunk about "Queers" when he's actually home. The Joker is Barney's "dark side" and represents the villain he could become if nobody helps him, but he doesn't recognize this himself. Bruno is there because he was learning about Nazi atrocities in class, thought they were "cool", and thought another nearly naked woman would be hot. Batgirl isn't his twisted, "sexy" version of her because Barney, for all his faults, actually respects her since she works with Batman. The messed up time scale is because he could only write so much during each time he had detention. Since he was extremely angry every time he went, he didn't exactly has logic on his mind regarding that issue. The reason the story abruptly ends is because a concerned classmate finds his journal and shows it to a teacher, which leads to Barney having to undergo some therapy. If ASBAR someday does get a follow up, that'll mean that Barney has run away into the city to wreak havoc.
5th May '16 6:50:16 AM BJV
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The idea goes that Barney is a teenager living in Gotham City. He's got a lot of issues like absent parents, repressed sexual frustrations, doubts about his masculinity, violent impulses, self gratification, and just being a jackass. The highlightof his life is when he gets saved by Batman from a mugger. Afterwards Barney gets detention at school, perhaps at ''ComicBook/GothamAcademy'', after he beats up a kid who was saying he thinks Green Lantern is the coolest member of the Justice League. In his journal, Barney scribbles down a story where everything he wants gets mixed in with what he actually thinks Batman is like.

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The idea goes that Barney is a teenager living in Gotham City. He's got a lot of issues like absent parents, repressed sexual frustrations, doubts about his masculinity, violent impulses, self gratification, and just being a jackass. The highlightof his life is when he gets saved by Batman from a mugger. Afterwards Barney gets detention at school, perhaps at ''ComicBook/GothamAcademy'', after he beats up a kid who was saying he thinks Green Lantern is the coolest member of the Justice League. In his journal, Barney scribbles down a story where everything he wants gets mixed in with what he actually thinks Batman is like. This results in his violent and crazy tendencies, as well as his speech patterns, to be put into Batman. Robin is a reflection of how Barney sees himself as a victim who Batman wants to turn into a hero. He once saw a picture of Vicki Vale in the paper or something and got a massive hard-on for her, so he writes her as his heavily sexed up dream girl. He also has a lust for Black Canary, but he knows zilch about her and writes the Irish barmaid thing because his mother is Irish-American and works at a bar (which means he probably has a strange desire for his Mum that he doesn't realize he has). He portrays Superman and Hal Jordan as idiots because he's a Batman fanboy and doesn't want the others to be competent. Wonder Woman? Barney's a huge misogynist because real girls think he's a creep. All the wanton murder is how he wishes he could deal with classmates who dislike him. The casual insults towards homosexuals is because his dad is homophobic and rants drunk about "Queers" when he's actually home. The Joker is Barney's "dark side" and represents the villain he could become if nobody helps him, but he doesn't recognize this himself. Bruno is there because he was learning about Nazi atrocities in class, thought they were "cool", and thought another nearly naked woman would be hot. Batgirl isn't his twisted, "sexy" version of her because Barney, for all his faults, actually respects her since she works with Batman. The messed up time scale is because he could only write so much during each time he had detention. Since he was extremely angry every time he went, he didn't exactly has logic on his mind regarding that issue. The reason the story abruptly ends is because a concerned classmate finds his journal and shows it to a teacher, which leads to Barney having to
5th May '16 6:31:37 AM BJV
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[[WMG: The comic is actually a story written by a teenage boy in his journal during detention at school.]]
For simplicity's sake I'll call the kid Barney.

The idea goes that Barney is a teenager living in Gotham City. He's got a lot of issues like absent parents, repressed sexual frustrations, doubts about his masculinity, violent impulses, self gratification, and just being a jackass. The highlightof his life is when he gets saved by Batman from a mugger. Afterwards Barney gets detention at school, perhaps at ''ComicBook/GothamAcademy'', after he beats up a kid who was saying he thinks Green Lantern is the coolest member of the Justice League. In his journal, Barney scribbles down a story where everything he wants gets mixed in with what he actually thinks Batman is like.
6th Jan '16 9:33:37 PM Doug86
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* maybe they'll make a movie that is one big TakeThat to FrankMiller with Crazy Steve as a fugitive from Arkham who got amnesia after using a Batman Halloween costume as pajamas

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* maybe they'll make a movie that is one big TakeThat to FrankMiller Creator/FrankMiller with Crazy Steve as a fugitive from Arkham who got amnesia after using a Batman Halloween costume as pajamas



[[WMG:FrankMiller has lost his feeble mind.]]

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[[WMG:FrankMiller [[WMG:Creator/FrankMiller has lost his feeble mind.]]



[[WMG:FrankMiller is writing one StealthParody after the other.]]

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[[WMG:FrankMiller [[WMG:Creator/FrankMiller is writing one StealthParody after the other.]]
14th Nov '15 3:15:40 PM nombretomado
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However, it will be titled THE GODDAMNED BATMAN, it will be the highest selling comic of all time, and will be a full on parody of the Dark Age of comics. RobLiefeld will draw it, and it will SOMEHOW be glorious.


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However, it will be titled THE GODDAMNED BATMAN, it will be the highest selling comic of all time, and will be a full on parody of the Dark Age of comics. RobLiefeld Creator/RobLiefeld will draw it, and it will SOMEHOW be glorious.

3rd Nov '15 3:03:07 PM nombretomado
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WordOfGod is these are the same characters that later appear in ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns and TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain. In those stories, Dick Grayson was [[spoiler: a murderous, sexually ambiguous MonsterClown who was convinced Batman was molesting his sidekick]]. It's never explained how this could have happened to one of DC's oldest and most successful heroes. On the other hand, this is a Dick Grayson who was abducted from the site of his parents' murder by a psychotic cop murderer who was already stalking him even before he was orphaned, and who locks him a cave and forces him to eat rats to survive. Any child with trauma like that isn't going to grow up to be Nightwing.

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WordOfGod is these are the same characters that later appear in ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns and TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain.ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain. In those stories, Dick Grayson was [[spoiler: a murderous, sexually ambiguous MonsterClown who was convinced Batman was molesting his sidekick]]. It's never explained how this could have happened to one of DC's oldest and most successful heroes. On the other hand, this is a Dick Grayson who was abducted from the site of his parents' murder by a psychotic cop murderer who was already stalking him even before he was orphaned, and who locks him a cave and forces him to eat rats to survive. Any child with trauma like that isn't going to grow up to be Nightwing.
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