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Batman and Superman switch powers, Pt. 2

Arousing Grammar

Here’s the problem with a Superman-powered Batman: he’s never going to stop.  Ever.  Until his dying breath in a post-apocalyptic kryptonite meteor shower, Batman’ll never pause or take a break from heat vision-ing crime.  Y’see, the only reason he heads back to the Batcave during dawn is to do normal human stuff like collapse into his bed or suture up his wounds or do that whole feeding himself nutrients thing.  But no more.  Superman always had a stable alter-ego in Clark Kent, but not Bruce Wayne — and you can see his obsessions fully manifest as the arc progresses:

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I looked up the word unequivocal: leaving no doubt, unambiguous.  Part of Batman’s war on crime relies on evil-doers knowing Batman’s out there and ready to strike.  With heat vision, the bad guys can’t crop up their failings on bad luck when the Batman symbol gets seared into their car.  Also, take a…

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