@rainja: I thought that same thing last night after hearing the radio turn on during the episode. After Watching shows like Znation, and playing through Last of Us, Walking Dead TVverse seems so, so small in comparison.
Yeah, at this point he's gotten two of the group members killed, and he's completely useless at defending himself. He better toughen, and train up quick, or let him run off with his "uncle". We all know who that is.
Setup 1: Rama and Bruce are secretly pared up against each other by Ras to fight hand to hand in a dojo. No weapons allowed. In character for both. Morals on (no killing for Rama)
Setup up 2 : Rama comes to Gotham alone in attempt to infiltrate Bane's gang, and while in a meeting Batman busts in and takes out the lot of them leaving only him and Rama to fight. Batman has his standard (movie) gear, and Rama has the Crescent blade's from Raid 2. The Room is large. In character for both, but Morals are off for Rama
I think he could beat them all, aside from Joker. You just know J would kidnap some people, probably a hot blonde, or two and make Oliver choose. Which he already had to do on the island.. He'd save them both somehow, but then he'd definitely kill the Joker, which means joker would win. lol
Oliver has shown the ability to prep enough to stalemate Flash.... Underrated a bit here. Still, even though Oliver could put him down with something, could he do it repeatedly after Logan keeps getting back up, and coming at him? Nope
Look up "Dependent Personality Disorder". Basically, Some people had a terrible upbringing, by terrible parents that were either overly narcissistic, overly dependent or most likely both.
If you grow up in a household in which your father, or brother (or mother or sisters) is a narcissistic monster then you'll either be forced to love them, or learn to be like them. It can become a "follow the leader" life long type of Stockholm Syndrome. Basically, a bad upbringing, with bad moral / mental raising = chicks that love psychos, because they were forced to when they were young.