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Could there really be a Batman?

Asked by Eggie (5591points) July 14th, 2014

Is the story of The Dark Knight realistically sound? In real life society, is it really possible for some rich celebrity perhaps, build a secret hideout, learn martial arts, invent gadgets that could would help him fight crime and own a super car? Could there really be a Batman?

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elbanditoroso's avatar

Sure. Anything is possible. But how would you prove it?

ragingloli's avatar

Up until the moment he gets shot in the face.
Meaning on his first night.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Screw batman, where is IRON MAN.

Mimishu1995's avatar

Sure, if you have enough ability to create advanced gadgets and such which are more advanced than this time period in general.

kritiper's avatar

No. The possibility is too far off the norm to be feasible.

Dan_Lyons's avatar

Of course there is no Batman. There is, however,
one beautiful Catwoman living just over there in the next condos.

ucme's avatar

Dog the Bounty Hunter, although he is crap, smells & looks like a blistered elbow that someone stuck a Barbie wig on.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Nope but there could be a Superman!

SecondHandStoke's avatar

It’s entirely possible for a wealthy business owner to moonlight as a vigilante.

SecondHandStoke's avatar


That’s why I would be additionally annoyed if I were captured by the likes of him.

I’ve seen the show. Jesus Christ the attitude too.

Sure, I reneged on a contract but I have more class in my pinkie toenail…

ucme's avatar

@SecondHandStoke The show is ugly & extremely fake, much like his face.

ragingloli's avatar

sounds like a real american

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SecondHandStoke's avatar


And Armin Meiwes sounds like a real german.

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