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 The Batman Mythos, it's the bees knees
theJOKER
 Posted: Feb 24 2014, 01:37 AM
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Honestly, my favorite is Scarecrow. Fun fact: I've been researching the possibility of his fear gas, and have came up with a pretty good idea on what chemicals would work.


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yeoldefreakshow
 Posted: Feb 27 2014, 07:06 PM
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Who is the really flexible person? I remember someone who was very flexible from when I was watching one of the old cartoons about 5 years ago...


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 Posted: Feb 27 2014, 07:34 PM
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Who is the really flexible person? I remember someone who was very flexible from when I was watching one of the old cartoons about 5 years ago...


Plastic Man?


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DarkShadows
 Posted: Feb 27 2014, 09:02 PM
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You may be thinking of Clayface, or of Inque from Batman Beyond. Do you have a gender for this character, or some images for reference?


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theJOKER
 Posted: Feb 28 2014, 03:53 AM
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Ragdoll? He was in the cartoon "The Batman", and (apparently) in the comics as well.


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 Posted: Mar 2 2014, 09:31 AM
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QUOTE (theJOKER @ Feb 28 2014, 03:53 AM)
Ragdoll? He was in the cartoon "The Batman", and (apparently) in the comics as well.

Yes it is Ragdoll, he used to creep me out!

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DarkShadows
 Posted: Mar 2 2014, 05:52 PM
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Shit, actually almost forgot about Ragdoll. I didn't exactly watch TB a lot, so my knowledge of characters from it are slightly shaky. I do remember Rasta!Joker though, he looked weird as hell...


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theJOKER
 Posted: Jul 8 2014, 06:11 PM
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I think I just might have figured out how to do a Batman-themed fearblog!

So, it's pretty much a rake/eye blog with a little twist.

So, theres this angry upper middle class kid, who witnessed his mother/parents gunned down when he was younger in a random car jacking/mugging/etc.

So, he lives with his father/legal guardian, he's a straight A student, yadda yadda, but he's become antisocial, and has serious anger issues (this could also be a Brute blog as well).

So, enter the fear: The Bat! It's the representative of the fear of Revenge, sort of a mix of the rake, the brute, and the grotesque. Basically, it comes into the kids room at night, and whispers in his ear, telling him to go out and get revenge on the criminals of New York/Boston/etc.

So, eventually, the whispering gets to him, and he decides to go out and fight crime. Well, unlike the regular Batman, this guy kills criminals. Well, he starts knocking off the criminals in his city, and debate breaks out about weather this "Bat-Man" (he wears a black trenchcoat, with the collar pointed up, giving him the likeness of a bat) is good or not. Eg. The people he saves think him as a hero, sent by god or whatnot, the city officials (especially the corrupt ones) think he's a menace.

Meanwhile, the kid struggles internally with if what he's doing is right or not, and if it's justice or just anger-driven revenge. The bat keeps whispering in his dreams, so he keeps doing it.

So then the routt to go down would be introducing the villain.

My ideas is an Eye/MoS influenced Harvey Dent District Attorney character, who struggles with his duality, as wanting to enforce justice, but also wanting to allow the "Bat-Man" to continue to fight crime as he is cleaning up the streets. (Think "Hellfire" from Hunchback).

SO then we go into a second blog from The Lawyer's perspective, and we get to see both of the character's struggle with their dualities, and with what they want and what they are doing.

Other character's could cameo, such as The Jester or The Smiling Man in place of The Joker, The Wooden Girl as The Ventriloquist, Plague Doctor as Scarecrow, etc.


So what do ya'll think? (In all honesty, this could work without the fears, I just think that'd make it more interesting).


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I am the world first Moral Absurdist. I noticed that there was not a philosophical term as such, so I coined it. Moral Absurdism: The belief that the concepts of "good" and evil" do not exist, and that morality is a sham, yet deciding to embrace the absurdity of that and hold a moral system anyways. The logical conclusion of nihilism. See also: Absurdism, Existentialism.
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