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    Quote Originally Posted by hareluyafan1 View Post
    Beg your pardon but why is that?
    This show has the absolute worst version of Batman. This Batman retires, moves away from Gotham, then tries to commit suicide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    Are there any superhero teams are worse at teamwork than the Titans?
    I haven't seen that show; but Go tended to have a LOT of anti-teamwork, where the Titans actively fought each other more than the villians.
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    Go folks do pull together when it counts and their fights are more like kiddie squabbles as compared to Titans.

    As far as firepower, they vastly overpower Titans. Raven only could take out the whole Titans team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    This show has the absolute worst version of Batman. This Batman retires, moves away from Gotham, then tries to commit suicide.
    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    This show has the absolute worst version of Batman. This Batman retires, moves away from Gotham, then tries to commit suicide.
    Are we talking Titans or Batwoman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hareluyafan1 View Post
    Thank you very much.
    Normally I would have hidden my response with spoiler tags, but the most direct way to ruin Titans for somebody is to persuade them to watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy1 View Post
    Are we talking Titans or Batwoman?
    I dunno. It seems like making Batman out to be a heavily flawed jackass is a thing people like to do in case viewers are wondering why he's not here to do his Batman thing.

    ...Either he's morally infallible that it loops right to insufferable or he's a random asshole in a Batman costume in media outside comics. At least to my recent memory.

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    Plus he looks like a guy getting on the Senior Citizen bus and asking for the manager at the supermarket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    This show has the absolute worst version of Batman. This Batman retires, moves away from Gotham, then tries to commit suicide.
    Fakes his death, retires, and moves away from Gotham is how Nolan ended Bruce's career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Smith View Post
    Go folks do pull together when it counts and their fights are more like kiddie squabbles as compared to Titans.

    As far as firepower, they vastly overpower Titans. Raven only could take out the whole Titans team.
    Well, there was the time that the other Titans "pranked" Beast Boy by making him think he was dead, and he in turn "pranked" them by climbing up a mountain like he was going to throw himself in a volcano, making the other Titans chase him up the mountain and resulting in all of their deaths.
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    Yeah, but the Go folk have a version of toon force and they don't die. Unlike Titans where they certainly do die. You can't take Go injuries seriously. Cyborg's head has flown around on its own. Think Titan's Cyborg could do that?

    Also Go Cyborg manifest a weapon that toasted their Darkseid. Raven portals with ease and has GL level constructs of power. Starfire flies and has speed and strength along with energy powers beyond the Titan's Raven. No T Rex from Titan's Beast Boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    Are there any superhero teams are worse at teamwork than the Titans?
    Hopefully this counts, but how about the time Reed Richards joined The Avengers?


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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Hopefully this counts, but how about the time Reed Richards joined The Avengers?

    On that note, the Fant4stic version of the F4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan2099 View Post
    Fakes his death, retires, and moves away from Gotham is how Nolan ended Bruce's career.
    Didn't Nolan's Batman quit or retire at the end of each of the three movies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellhead View Post
    Didn't Nolan's Batman quit or retire at the end of each of the three movies?
    Not the first one.

    Second one, kinda. It's ambiguous whether he didn't have further adventures between TDK and Rises.

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