04:42:14 PM Sep 2nd 2012
What category would be appropriate for Dr. Pavel, Barsad, Natascha, and the prisoners Bruce meets in the Pit? Do we need another category? Also, apart from those, Judge Surrillo, Finch, a few of the ferry characters and Thomas Schiff, I think we've covered pretty much every important character in the series. Not bad; not bad at all. Soon, thanks to Wiki Magic, we may have every non-extra in the series on this page.
02:35:08 PM Aug 3rd 2012
Should Selina Kyle be moved to "The City" instead of Major Antagonists? She's really not an antagonist when it comes down to it, I'd think.
04:16:34 PM Aug 2nd 2012
07:05:02 AM Jul 30th 2012
02:35:44 PM Aug 3rd 2012
I think Faux, considering that basically everything he was doing revolved around a lie and a limited time.
03:29:28 PM Aug 3rd 2012
04:49:14 AM Sep 3rd 2012
Ehh... I'm going with genuine. The man's a royal, murderous ass, yes, but that's not the measure of Faux vs. Genuine Affably Evil. The former's very, very specifically an *act*, like Joker's or Crane's. The latter's a genuine part of the personality; nothing more and nothing less. It doesn't make Bane any less monstrous or evil, if anything I think we can say it makes him even more disturbing and unnatural. However, I think we can safely say that we get more than enough information throughout the film that this is *genuinely* how he looks at the world. It's quite arguable that he was legitimately putting on a front for Dagget given how the latter pushed his buttons, but the rest of the times it doesn't patch up. The very best example I can give is to how he (usually) interacts with his mooks like he does to the sacrifice after the successful plane operation, and especially to Talia. Yes, I agree the polite manners hide murderous intent, but that's not the definition of Faux Affably Evil. That is (to quote the Laconic): A villain with a fake veneer of niceness. I'm pretty sure that no matter how you look at it, that's not what the evidence says about Bane; if it did we wouldn't still have the "sincere" bit..
02:12:14 PM Jul 20th 2012
06:17:19 PM Jul 11th 2012
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edited by darkclaw
Should Harvey Dent be in The City or Major Antagonists, or both (Harvey in The City and Two-Face in Major Antagonists)? For now I put a note under Major Antagonists saying to see The City folder.
01:31:27 PM Aug 18th 2012
He should be in T He City folder, however, someone should change the image. The fact that he becomes Two Face, though not really a spoiler to anyone familiar with the series, would be a spoiler to people who aren't. Someone should put an image of him before the burn
05:20:31 AM Oct 24th 2010
Just to mention, anyone who is willing to threaten the life of people who have never done anything to them just because they are related to someone who they blame for their girlfriend's death (even though Gordon had nothing to do with Rachel's death in the first place, it was the Joker's fault), not to mention doesn't even care about the fact he could cause psychological trauma to said innocents is evil.
09:33:35 AM Oct 24th 2010
Yeah, I kinda have some problems with that definition. Using it that way, then Ghost Rider, a protagonist, and basically the hero of Ghost Rider, would have been Chaotic Evil as well.
01:10:37 PM Oct 24th 2010
Seriously?!!? Kidnapping and threatening an innocent person and her child with the very real danger of getting shot isn't evil enough for you!??!
06:38:14 AM Aug 19th 2010
He does work with Commisioner Gordon in the second movie so I'd say NG
06:53:29 PM Sep 25th 2010
Uh, no, that implies that it's GORDON who is Neutral Good. Batman is DEFINITELY Chaotic Good. For one thing, he's a VIGILANTE, and for that matter, a vigilante who ends up being pursued by the police, and causes a LOT of property damage in trying to evade them. Even Crane ends up calling the police on him. He has "one rule" and this rule obviously has more to do with morality than lawfulness; aside from that, he's barely more lawful than the Joker.
09:01:24 AM Nov 12th 2010
05:35:26 AM Aug 9th 2010
"Harvey thought chance was fair, never went after anyone who wasn't connected to Rachel's death, and adhered to the coin toss absolutely." Ahem, to you remember the kid he tried to kill at the end of the movie, an innocent. Also, he never really seemed particularily orderly nor whim-driven like Joker. I'd say he was Neutral Evil above alll else, but YMMV