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4th Dec '17 4:28:04 PM Macgyver644200
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[[WMG: Poison Ivy has a MadonnaWhoreComplex.]]
But with men. Even ignoring her characterizations that outright embrace misandry, she associates much more easily with women, such as the Gotham City Sirens or the Birds of Prey (which include many of her enemies in her eco-terrorism schemes). The men she goes after are few, and they all fit an ideal, such as Batman, Nightwing, or Superman. They are the only people who can match up to her idealized view of a man, and all else are a threat to her and her plants.
22nd Nov '17 1:34:33 PM AHI-3000
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[[ContrivedCoincidence Purely]] so that in this iteration he can [[FanNickname get]] called [[ComicStrip/TheBoondocks "Nigga Hush".]]

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[[ContrivedCoincidence Purely]] so that in this iteration he can [[FanNickname get]] called [[ComicStrip/TheBoondocks [[WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks "Nigga Hush".]]
15th Nov '17 12:05:13 AM SuperMagneto
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** Come to think of it, do regular crooks even exist in this universe?! Every crook I see has a bright colorful costume, even the henchmen.
4th Nov '17 9:17:07 PM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: The professor is in full control of his King tut persona.]]
Egyptologist Professor William McElroy is fully aware he is King Tut. He's faking amnesia (and insanity) to avoid going to prison. He is the smartest criminal on the show if you think about this. Just tell Batman and the cops you have a split personality, they will let you off the hook and send you home.

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[[WMG: The professor is in full control of his King tut Tut persona.]]
Egyptologist Professor William McElroy is fully aware he is King Tut. He's faking amnesia (and insanity) to avoid going to prison. He is the smartest criminal on the show if you think about this. Just tell Batman and the cops you have a split personality, and they will let you off the hook and send you home.
4th Nov '17 9:14:47 PM SuperMagneto
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Bruce Wayne is dying of an incurable disease. He only has a few years to live, so he decides to spend his final years living out his super hero fantasies. He hire actors to play the role of super villains and police officers. All of his adventures are all one big LARP (live action role play), only the citizens are not in on it. Gordon and Alfred are playing along because they care deeply about the sick billionaire.

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Bruce Wayne is dying of an incurable disease. He only has a few years to live, so he decides to spend his final years living out his super hero fantasies. He hire actors to play the role of super villains villains, mobsters, crooks, and police officers. All of his adventures are all one big LARP (live action role play), only the citizens are not in on it. Gordon and Alfred are playing along because they care deeply about the sick billionaire.


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[[WMG: The professor is in full control of his King tut persona.]]
Egyptologist Professor William McElroy is fully aware he is King Tut. He's faking amnesia (and insanity) to avoid going to prison. He is the smartest criminal on the show if you think about this. Just tell Batman and the cops you have a split personality, they will let you off the hook and send you home.
4th Nov '17 8:59:57 PM SuperMagneto
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Bruce Wayne is dying of an incurable disease. He only has a few years to live, so he decides to spend the his final years living out his super hero fantasies. He hire actors to play the role of super villains and police officers. All of his adventures are all one big LARP (live action role play), only the citizens are not in on it. Gordan and Afred are playing along because they care deeply about the sick billionaire.

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Bruce Wayne is dying of an incurable disease. He only has a few years to live, so he decides to spend the his final years living out his super hero fantasies. He hire actors to play the role of super villains and police officers. All of his adventures are all one big LARP (live action role play), only the citizens are not in on it. Gordan Gordon and Afred Alfred are playing along because they care deeply about the sick billionaire.
26th Oct '17 6:12:53 PM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: The Gotham super villains are all actors hired by Bruce Wayne.]]
Bruce Wayne is dying of an incurable disease. He only has a few years to live, so he decides to spend the his final years living out his super hero fantasies. He hire actors to play the role of super villains and police officers. All of his adventures are all one big LARP (live action role play), only the citizens are not in on it. Gordan and Afred are playing along because they care deeply about the sick billionaire.
25th Oct '17 10:36:03 PM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: There is a universe where the campy Batman becomes the dark and gritty Batman.]]
Instead of them being from different continuities, there is a universe where light-hearted Batman becomes stoic and dark. Before Jason Todd's death, Batman was a wisecracking guy who made puns and did the "Batusi" in clubs. He starts getting dark and serious after Jason's death. Criminals stop cracking jokes as well as time went on. Joker is no longer the wacky thieving prankster, but now a Charles Manson type killer.
29th Sep '17 8:58:51 AM Rubber_Lotus
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** ''Mostly'' jossed. The last issue (of the regular series; crossover minis still pop up every now and then) is basically a two-part homage to the TitleSequence, though it does do a bit of WorldBuilding by establishing that [[Franchise/{{Superman}} the Daily Planet]], [[ComicBook/TheCreeper Jack Ryder]], and [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Billy Batson]] all exist.
** The later ''Wonder Woman '77'' crossover also ends with Wonder Woman broaching the idea of a Justice League, though as of this writing (September 2017) nothing's really come of it.
31st Aug '17 2:44:30 PM StFan
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It does explain why Superman appreciates Batman and cares for him even though Batman can be so aloof: he's really Clark's property but his program is faulty and doesn't remember his master. So Supes' just opts to let him be useful and do vigilante work instead of taking care of the fortress. This way also Batman can do the small fry (for Superman standards) in problematic Gotham City while Superman goes take care of real cosmic menaces. It's also the reason why Batman tends to be the strategist while the rest of the Justice League has more physical work to do: it's a relic from his days at the Fortress of Solitude. This is also why Batman figured Clark Kent & Superman are the same person: no detective work necessary, he already knew because he lived in Superman's intimate dwellings. It's also the reason why Superman never felt threatened with Batman knowing his real identity and why despite being so unlike each other, Batman feels compelled to work as part of WorldsFinest with his master, and Superman knows him too well since he built him.

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It does explain why Superman appreciates Batman and cares for him even though Batman can be so aloof: he's really Clark's property but his program is faulty and doesn't remember his master. So Supes' just opts to let him be useful and do vigilante work instead of taking care of the fortress. This way also Batman can do the small fry (for Superman standards) in problematic Gotham City while Superman goes take care of real cosmic menaces. It's also the reason why Batman tends to be the strategist while the rest of the Justice League has more physical work to do: it's a relic from his days at the Fortress of Solitude. This is also why Batman figured Clark Kent & Superman are the same person: no detective work necessary, he already knew because he lived in Superman's intimate dwellings. It's also the reason why Superman never felt threatened with Batman knowing his real identity and why despite being so unlike each other, Batman feels compelled to work as part of WorldsFinest ''ComicBook/WorldsFinest'' with his master, and Superman knows him too well since he built him.
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