Missing the point a little I feel.And suspecting he's on of the moronswho conflate respect and fear.
What he means is "I'd love to be Batman. Then, when people make fun of me, as they so often do, I could do something about it other than running home and dreaming about being a super hero."
Someone's been reading too much All-Star Batman and Robin...
Aww, shucks. I thought of that remark (or a version of it) came BACK here to post it, and the only comment in the meantime is EXACTLY what I was gonna say.Ah, well. Great minds, I guess. Well played, Imitorar.
So...you'd be Rorshach?
He is... not... the hero.. we need...He is... the hero... we have... to... want...He is... awe... some...An awesome... Batman...The city... respects...It does not... dis... respect...The awesome... Bat... man...
aaaaaaand that's how my uncle ben died.
I disagree with two of his points: He would NOT be an awesome Batman and he WOULD take shit.
"But I don't have to save you."
I think it only counts as a jerky comment if he meant "If people don't fear/worship me, I won't save them". Otherwise, it makes sense.I can gladly imagine this senario though; "You're slowly burning to death while being eaten by snails? Then I guess you shouldn't have spat in my pregnant little sister's face and called her fat".Kind of doubt that's what he meant... /skytteflickan88
I think Batman is a pretty cool guy. eh refuses to help people and doesnt take shit of anything.Wait...
...And I'll look down on them and whisper "no".Fun story, Powers recently did a storyline about this, a whole super team who liked to call themselves gods and only help people they deem "worthy". It did not end well.