As you said, Deadshot is a very down to Earth character without extravagant powers. And also a character both with a set of abilities that could aneable him to pose a threat to Batman as well as a rich personality and backstory that could offer for emotional investment to the character. He'd be a good match for Nolan's universe.
" @Morpheus_: Thanks. Glad to see it makes some sense :) "
Well, then I believe that it would be wise to include Deadshot as Black Mask's subordinate. This will be the last Batman film that we see from Nolan. So why not raise the stakes? I personally think that the Riddler would appear to be too similar to the Joker.
" @Edamame:GRRRR. LOL
I agree with the Riddler being a bit too familiar after we've had the Joker, but I'm afraid he's the likely candidate. "
" @Edamame:That is correct. Mr. Zsasz was let loose, after Ras al Ghul and his subordinates let them all free. He had that big cut on his neck. Remember that? I think they were stitches.
No matter what the choice, Nolan has done an amazing job with each. Even if he does take the obvious choice and pick the Riddler, I'm sure it'll be a great movie. I think we've seen plenty of Scarecrow, but IIRC, Zsasz was let loose at the end of Batman Begins. So, there's always the potential for another appearance from him. "
good idea man, love deadshot, he should play along with riddler and catwoman in the movie, it would be interesting
i wish Ventriloquist could be in batman movie because he's my favorite character. but he's not that interesting character for most people.
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