Back in my day (pre nu 52 garbage). Batman would get his behind dominated by the stroke, it didn't matter how prepared he was. In simple terms, Batman is at peak human strength, while, the Stroke is a SuperHuman with enhanced cognitive abilities, and a healing factor. Batman could probably beat Captain America because he knows where exactly to punch for pain and lights out, even superhumans that have faced him admit to that. And Captain America was gifted his powers, and has way too little experience. Bit when you take someone's equal in terms of brain, and add a healing factor with enhanced reflexes, it's over. The stroke is probably smarter too. The reason why he never kills Batman is because he admires him, he acknowledges the effort that a regular human put in for an immense transformation. I doubt Slade would ever kill Batman, he needs someone to marry his daughter. But no, Batman doth not stomp.
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I noticed that Thor has been rebooted several times, I just wonder which reboot came after the initial vol 1, that centered around medical student Dr Donald Blake. I know that he appeared in #83 of Journey into Mystery in the 60s, but when was the second time he was introduced and the origin story retold with Thor? Also, can you list the issues in which Thor's origin story was retold, I want to do a comparison. If there are several, so be it, I love variety.
Thanks mates, I just finished my undergrad, so I hadn't had the time to keep up with the subtleties. I was hoping Marvel would reboot the universe so I could take it easy during school. I'll just buy the relaunch for Wolverine, I SWEAR.
Give or take 8-15 dollars from what I'm seeing. If I'm feeling generous, $20.
The condition burns my eyes.
As for grounded in reality, this is a movie, hello... Whatever that nolan says about his movies doesn't really change my view on them, you've got a man dressed up as a bat carousing the streets of a dangerous city every night, fighting criminals with guns, and living to see another day. Just that part isn't realistic, nolan can eat a cracker for being so full of himself.