annotateddc:

In the Batman: the Animated Series episode Bane, the titular supervillain decided to make a statement by hunting down the most physically powerful of Batman’s rogues gallery, Killer Croc, and breaking both his arms. ‘Cause Bane grew up in prison, and kind of assumes that that’s how things go, demonstrating dominance by seekin g out the strongest person there and beating them up to make a point.

This actually also happened in the 1990s event comic Knightfall, where Bane did the exact same thing to Croc for the exact some reasons, leading to Croc’s design having bandages or casts on his arms for the rest of the decade.

More recently, in a tie-in to the Forever Evil crossover Bane went on a rampage again following the disappearance of Batman and chose to… seek out Killer Croc and beat him up again. Croc was understandably sore about this, and pointed out Batman seemingly not doing his job when the pair met up in Batman Eternal 21.

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marshallsart:

Batman wood carving.

marshallsart:

Batman wood carving.

(Source: lmferney)

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