Bull wrote:First of all, the character's name is Bane, not Bain. He was introduced in '93 in comics and appeared in the '97 batman & robin movie. I don't know about the movie adaptation of the character but in the comics he's nothing like an occupy wallstreet guy.Batman Wiki wrote:Bane is an escaped convict from an island prison in South America and a super-villain/assassin. Bane has abnormal strength as a result of having had undergone experiments involving a derivative of the drug Venom. He became known as "The Man Who Broke the Bat" when he broke Batman's spinal cord, forcing Bruce Wayne to give up the Batman persona while he recuperated. Bane was originally created by writers Chuck Dixon and Doug Moench and artist Graham Nolan, and he first appeared in Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 (January 1993).
Originally intended as a "dark mirror" of the highly disciplined and multi-skilled pulp hero Doc Savage, Bane spends his childhood in the hellish prison of Pena Duro on the corrupt South American island nation of Santa Prisca. He develops superhuman strength through a forced experiment involving the drug Venom. Although his dependency on Venom is an immense weakness, Bane has been one of Batman's most intelligent and physically powerful foes. He is best known for breaking Batman's back in the "Knightfall" story arc.
Although primarily a villain, Bane is a complex character and has worked to take down drug lords. Despite their history, he has sometimes had Batman's financial backing and direct assistance.
Bane has appeared in some other media adaptations of Batman, including Batman: The Animated Series, its sequels and spin-offs and its successor The Batman. Pro-wrestler Jeep Swenson played him in the 1997 film Batman & Robin. He returned to the silver screen in 2012's The Dark Knight Rises, which has several influences from the Knightfall story arc. In many adaptations, he is more simplistic and thug-like than his comic book counterpart.
Again, Limbaugh makes connections and comparisons solely based on rhetoric and having absolutely nothing to do with the facts.
This is the same thing as CNN (and whoever else) getting the identity of the movie theater shooter wrong but running with it anyway. Today's news broadcasts care about who's first more than they do about who's factual. Ratings drives content. Money Money Money.
And Bane looks like an OWS.....
Limbaugh comments on Batman and libs go freaking nuts. Go figure... You morons and canadians might want to move a little farther away from your radio... just sayin'