The recent release of The Batman introduces a horde of dangerous criminals to Gotham and may make one of them the reason why Pattinson’s Batman ended up killed. Bruce Wayne is famous for his one-of-a-kind lawmaking, which states that the hero cannot kill, no matter how far he may find himself. However, the film may set the stage for the hero to be pushed too far, too far, to snatch and break his core Gotham law.
The One Reason Pattinson’s Batman Will Kill
Batman introduces his audience to Bruce Wayne’s second year as Dark Knight, in which Pattinson repeats the character encounters a host of deadly enemies, from Riddler to the notorious crime king, Carmine Falcone. In addition, the film introduces an important character in the hero’s story tomorrow at the end of the movie: The Joker, in a cell next to Riddler in Arkham Asylum.
Batman also brings another vigilant and passionate lover Selina Kyle to the kraal and has forged a relationship between the two characters that have the power to endure in the next selinas.
Although Batman did not kill anyone during the filming, he came close to killing, after one of Riddler’s crew members tried to kill Catwoman in front of him. It creates the possibility of finally crossing the line in one of Batman’s sequels. Batman is a vengeful character, motivated by a furious rage to expose his trauma in the suburbs of Gotham City.
At the moment, the Joker is a little bit of Batman, to say the least. However, his appearance lays the foundation for what the character’s fans know will prove to be a real concern for Pattinson’s Batman in the coming sequels. Bruce Wayne is finally starting to heal his wounded spirit at the end of The Batman, however, the Joker may find the strength to tear his heart out, and push the hero into a darker place than before. He may even kill.
The cinematic landscape has seen sequences often turn to a darker narrative than the previous ones. The Dark Knight actually set the standard for Batman to test the black version, which has many heroic features. Films like The Empire Strikes Back or The Godfather: Part Two, Michael Corleone promote Pattinson’s Batman, using their follow-up exit to lower the characters in a way of thinking, losing, and hurting. Batman gives the audience a little taste of what might make a hero walk the dark path.
When Selina Kyle finds herself in danger, Batman throws himself on her attacker and almost beats her to death. In fact, he would probably have done so had he not been appointed.
Losing a loved one is a well-researched theme in Batman’s history, from Robin in the comedy “A Death In The Family” to Rachel Dawes in The Dark Knight. The Joker, sadly, the villain is to blame for both of these deaths. Considering the fact that Pattinson’s Batman is apparently driven in part by the critical state of his unresolved trauma, the loss of another loved one Bruce Wayne may have seen him abandoned on the edge of his moral compass. Batman approached the Riddler goon and almost killed him.
The character’s desire for gradual growth begins to blossom at the end of the film, but it may prepare him for a tragic fall when the Joker is released on Gotham.
Batman is already exploring how far Bruce Wayne will travel in pursuit of revenge, and how violent he may be if a loved one is in danger. It is possible that Joker’s plans by Selina Kyle could see the hero to lose control. It may seem that Bruce Wayne is heading in a much darker direction than he did at the end of his first cinema journey — even murder.
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