Because he’s the hero Gotham deserves , but not the one it needs right now, so we’ll hunt him. Because he can take it, because he’s not a hero . He’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector, a Dark Knight. Joker: Madness, as you know, is like gravity, all it takes is a little push.
The quote means that Gotham deserves a hero that will fight for the city and do what is right no matter what the personal cost. Someone that will stand up to the city’s criminal element without corruption. Batman epitomizes those ideals.
“If this man is everything that you say he is, then this city needs me.” – Bruce Wayne , The Dark Knight Rises. After Alfred alerts Bruce that Bane is wreaking havoc on Gotham, Bruce makes the decision to go back out into the city as Gotham’s hero, Batman.
I never understood the last lines of the Dark Knight , what’s the point of “hes the hero Gotham deserves but not the it needs right now” “Commissioner James Gordon : Because he’s the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So, we’ll hunt him, because he can take it. A Dark Knight .”
They do actually ” need ” Batman to keep protecting Gotham , but after how they wanted him to turn himself in/blamed him for the city’s problems, they don’t really “deserve” him.
” You either die a hero , or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” Harvey Dent spoke these words in the final scene of the movie, Batman: The Dark Knight.
Batman is a DC comic super hero and the defender of Gotham City. Batman is very courageous because he doesn’t have any superpowers but still has the courage to face crazy villains and dangerous criminals. Batman puts his life in danger for his city and that makes him a courageous hero .
Because Batman saves the Joker, and then later he is pointedly unable to save Dent from his fall and is faced with the decision to either await the coin’s outcome or refuse to leave things to chance and instead take direct action (the opposite of Dent’s outlook, of course, but also a mirror of the fact Dent does make a
The reason I believe Batman doesn’t kill his enemies because he doesn’t want to become a monster like his enemies. He can kill his enemies if he wants too, but he doesn’t because he has a moral code which prevents him from becoming a murderer like the Joker. It isn’t Batman’s job to kill his villains.
Batman’s no-kill rule is the foundation of his character, but has put him in great perils. Batman’s greatest weaknesses such as his humanity, vulnerability, and moralities – while weakening him – are also his greatest strengths.
Yep, Batman is now considered a metahuman by the federal government in DC proper. Now, this isn’t the first time he’s been categorized as such, but it is the most recent. Even if not, he is now still considered a metahuman , and odds are that will start showing up more and more in DC’s upcoming Metal event.
To know just how alone you really are?”
Alfred Pennyworth: Why do we fall sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up.
The ending of ‘The Dark Knight ‘ sees Jim Gordon, injured but alive, explaining to his blonde-haired, blue-eyed son why Batman is now on the run as a fugitive, even though “he didn’t do anything wrong.”