Nightmare fuel at it’s finest!
no wonder his parents got shot.
Yeah, but only in this version they took their own lives.
… Due to the fact that the total awesome they’d seen made them feel they had experienced everything they needed to?
I exaggerate, but the movie was awesome, from what I remember.
I have fond memories of pointing out that Magneton (one of my favorites) not only was in the “look how ridiculously powerful Mewtwo is” montage, but was near the end, suggesting it must be one of the most impressive examples.
I’m sure I would like the movie, but having seen Nostalgia Critic’s take on it, it is a horrible movie. I would like, and hate it.
You shitting me? They actually used their tears of infinite sadness to bring their hero back to life!
Which, as a kid, who has never seen this trope before, is totally awesome. I was crying when I first saw the movie.
HEHEH another case of “I laughed so hard, Milk shot out of my nose.”
*Bruce Wayne, brooding* “There must be a way to strike fear into the hearts of villiany…” *Picks up his DS and starts playing*
[A wild Zubat appeared!]
ur mah heeero.
So he wears a hat and carries a guitar, dispensing justice with the help of an experimental spacesuit?
Criminals…….Gotta Catch’em All!
Prepare for trouble
And make it double
To protect all people in Gotham City
To wear green shorts that inspire pity
To announce my name and breathe in space
To keep breaking Jason’s memorial glass case
This was so terrible but awesome that it inspired me to comment for the first time in my entire walkyverse binge.
And Alfred, at a meandering pace
Team Batman fighting at the speed of light
Surrender now or prepare to fight
The sad part is I can actually picture that animated with Batman just standing their brooding and Robin making zany poses in front of him.
That was…incredible. Kudos, Dr. Who, well done.
Holy crap! I have the web comics funnies paper I got from Comic con that featured this comic. It brought to the site finally, but Linkara made me interested.
I shudder at reading this comic, but to be perfectly honest… I’ve got Pokemon White in my DS at this very moment.
Don’t worry. I have Platinum and Emerald in mine.
I’ve got Pokemon RED.
In my GAME BOY.
Yeah, I’m old. Heh.
Hey, I’m I the only one who reads this comic who is from the Pokemon generation? Seriously?!?!
Nope! That film was awesome. 12-yo me cried like a baby.
When I started collecting (as opposed to casually reading) comics, I was younger than Superboy.
Now I’m not only older than any of the perpetually-30ish heroes, I’m older than the Golden Age Flash would have been when “Flash of Two Worlds” came out in 1961.
Not as old as Dark Knight Batman, though.
Heh. I cannot wait ’til I’m thirty now. Batman will grow up on TV shows such as Static Shock and Xiaolin Showdown. His BAMF-ness shall be ruined with horrible puns and clever wit!!!
Doesn’t Static Shock take place in the same as the DCAU. Than again, the show was originally it’s own universe at 1st till it was retcon into being a part of the DCAU.
Oh damn. The last panel was my childhood.
That way of thinking only makes so much sense if you assume the same amount of time is passing in the comic and in real life. That would require the magazine being viewed as sort of a monthly diary which documents, say, the most important events of each month. Which becomes difficult when one event stretches out over more than one issue.
Regardless, seeing all the elongating and flashbacks happen in action comics, it’s more likely that only a real small fragment of our time has passed in Batman’s universe since he was introduced to us. Of course, his age might still be frozen and his birthdate hence moved forward in time, but Ethan’s calculation doesn’t work out as it is.
That said… these characters here have their own reality as well and don’t need to behave according to our logics. And the thesis is funny, if only for the punchline in the last panel.
That means…HOLY SHIT
The year is 2027.A time of great innovation and technological advancement where corporations have more power than the goverment.
I will hunt down the illuminati AS THE AUGMENTED BATMAN
So in 2036, Batman grew up as a Narutard.
Not to say anything against this comic, but I could have sworn at least one storyline involved an aging Bruce Wayne retiring from being Batman. And then being rejuvenated by a Lazarus pit so he could fight crime again.
There’s also the Batman Beyond continuity, wherein he is too old to go out and fight crime himself, so he makes himself the boss of another kid with a tragic parental death to his name, who takes over the Batman mantle from him.
That one is set in a scifi future, though. So there’s that.
I loved the first movie
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