Posted by Alchemax_7 (347 posts) - - Show Bio

If TDKR's version of Bane had access to Venom in the film, Could he have achieved his goal? Christopher Nolan's Batman universe is grounded and realistic but if they did decide to adapt Venom into the story, I wonder how the events in the film would play out then.

#1 Posted by k4tzm4n (36454 posts) - - Show Bio

Plot always rules the day. If Bane had his 'Knightfall' venom set up, Batman would have severed the tubes during their final battle.

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#2 Posted by Wolfrazer (6104 posts) - - Show Bio

Bane had Batman in their sewer fight, he broke his back...the problem was is that he didn't check to make sure he was finished and instead like a moron just threw him down the pipes. If villains weren't morons, when they had the heroes on the ropes they would have been able to do what they want.

#3 Posted by JediXMan (29666 posts) - - Show Bio

@k4tzm4n said:

Plot always rules the day. If Bane had his 'Knightfall' venom set up, Batman would have severed the tubes during their final battle.

Which is essentially what happened in the movie anyway.

#4 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (19941 posts) - - Show Bio

@k4tzm4n said:

Plot always rules the day. If Bane had his 'Knightfall' venom set up, Batman would have severed the tubes during their final battle.

The same thing kind of happened but with Bane's mask instead of Venom Tubes.

#5 Posted by eatmore_payless (2210 posts) - - Show Bio

@Alchemax_7 said:

If TDKR's version of Bane had access to Venom in the film, Could he have achieved his goal? Christopher Nolan's Batman universe is grounded and realistic but if they did decide to adapt Venom into the story, I wonder how the events in the film would play out then.

the venom acted as the pain killer of bane's disfigured faced. that why he replied the cia agent whe the agent asked him what if he took off his mask, and he replied "it would be very painful" and we also saw what happened when batman accidentally hit the tube on his mask. same goes