Bane: 20 Things Fans Need To Know About Batman's Strongest Villain
Bane. Joe Chill. hint. 3. Which of these explanations for the Joker's facial scars is NOT one that he gives in "The Dark Their civilian identities are in a relationship . hint. What is the name of Ra's al Ghul's daughter? Selina. Carly. Talia. I believe their relationship should not be reduced to a mere romance. There are various forms of affection and admiration. I believe in a very. Yes, there is canonical support for this - you just watched it.:) The Batman trilogy is set in a different universe to the DC Comics, similar to.
Even more telling is the fact that Bane debuted on Batman: The Animated Series less than two years after his first appearance in the comics. DC clearly knows they have a star on their hands. There, a monster was born.
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For example, he coldly takes out many people during The Dark Knight Rises. Time and again, Bane has proven that, at his core, he is a monster. In addition to his time with the Suicide Squad, Bane has worked with Batman on several occasions. Plus, the Man Who Broke The Bat has fought independently to stop criminals, though in a morally questionable way. Conquest, Bane and his cohorts unsuccessfully war against the terrorist organization, Kobra.
Bane is traditionally a villain, though he has proven that he can be somewhat heroic, as well. Dorrance is worse than the typical dead-beat dad. Bane eventually looked for his father, which led him on a long, winding chase for a time, Bane thought that Thomas Wayne was his biological father.
Eventually, though, Bane learns the truth and after a complicated family reunion, Bane helps Batman and Robin stop King Snake from using a dangerous weapon. At times, Bane has also broken up Venom-trading rings.
However, he knows that Venom is highly profitable, and he fully capitalizes. At times, he depends on it because he needs it to live. There have been times, though, that Bane has overcome that dependency. The villain recovers from his addiction while serving time at Blackgate.
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He swears off of the drug but eventually relapses. Batman defeats Bane in Santa Prisca, which makes the villain scream wantingly for Venom. Beyond his raw strength and fighting skill, Bane draws power from his spiritual energy.
As Batman, Jean-Paul grows increasingly violent, allowing the villain Abattoir to fall to his death. Jean-Paul also refuses to recognize Robin as his partner. Utilizing a sophisticated combat suit in place of the traditional Batman uniform, he fights and defeats Bane at the end of the "Knightfall" arc, severing the tubes that pump the Venom into Bane's bloodstream, causing severe withdrawal.
Valley then gives the weakened Bane a vicious beating, leaving him alive but broken. He eventually escapes from prison and returns to Gotham, where he fights alongside Batman to take out a criminal ring that is distributing a Venom derivative to street-level thugs.
Following a victory over the criminals, Bane proclaims that he is "innocent" of his past crimes and urges Batman to stop hunting him. He then leaves Gotham without fighting Batman to begin a search for his father. Bane's search brings him back to Santa Prisca shown in the Bane of the Demon miniseries published in The priest explains that there were four men who could possibly have been his father: Talia introduces Bane to her father, and eventually Bane impresses Ra's so much that he chooses Bane as his heir an "honor" he had previously imparted on Batman.
Ra's al Ghul and Bane then launch a plague attack on Gotham in the "Legacy" storyline. Bruce Wayne, again costumed as Batman, gets his rematch with Bane in Detective Comics September and finally defeats him in single combat. Since then, whenever Batman and Bane square off in battle, their fights usually end in a draw. Following the "Legacy" storyline, Bane appears in a one-shot publication called Batman: After having presumably broken out of the prison where he is put, he runs off to Colombia.
Following a fallout with Ra's al Ghul, Bane later embarks on a campaign to destroy Lazarus Pits around the world, and in the process, encounters Black Canary in Birds of Prey 26 February Veritas Liberat Bane is one of the most menacing and brilliant foes Batman has ever encountered. According to the Jesuit priest that Bane speaks with in "Bane of the Demon" 1, there is a possibility that Bane's biological father is an American doctor. In researching this issue, Bane comes to the conclusion that he and Batman share Dr.
Thomas Wayne as their biological father, with Dr. Wayne having apparently become close to Bane's mother during his time in Santa Prisca. Bane alerts Batman to this possibility, and during the time that the DNA tests are being performed, stays at Wayne Manor and fights alongside Batman on the streets of Gotham in the "Tabula Rasa" storyline Gotham KnightsNovember - February Ultimately, it is revealed that Dr.
Wayne is not Bane's father, and Bane leaves Gotham peacefully and with Batman's blessing and financial backing to pursue leads in the snowy mountains of Kanchenjunga. Bane, with Batman looking on, helps foil King Snake's plans to unleash a powerful weapon upon the world. Bane saves Batman from being shot by King Snake, but is mortally wounded in the process.
Batman then saves Bane by bathing him in a Lazarus Pit, and leaves him with a clean slate and a new opportunity at life. During the battle, he breaks the back of the hero, Judomaster, killing him.
No reason was given for his actions in 7, though in Infinite Crisiss collected edition, one of the many changes made to the original series was Bane saying "I finally know who I am. I am Bane, I break people" while breaking Judomaster's back.
To win their trust, he tells them how, prior to the Battle of Metropolis, he returned to his homeland to put an end to the drug lords' government, in the process discovering that a new, more addictive strain of Venom had been created. In his furious carelessness to wipe out the drug trade, he was captured, and re-implanted with the cranial tubes, hooked to the new Venom, but now unable to shake off his addiction without dying from the withdrawal.
Bane was forced to work as an enforcer for the drug cartel, unable to escape. Believing that Bane sought Rex Tyler's expertise in chemistry, Rick lets him approach his father, only to discover that the story is a ruse. Bane, who had never truly been addicted to Venom, had in fact wiped out the drug lords, and destroyed every research note on Venom.
He discovered in the process both strains of Venom derived from Rex Tyler's early research on Miraclo. He discovers from the Tylers that no written notes exist of Rex's work, captures Rex, and steals Rick's equipment, planning to kill Rex and force Rick to take the last of the new Venom, living forever as an addict. Rick manipulates Bane into using Miraclo and demolishing the building as he and his father escape, burying the mercenary in the rubble of the very same Santa Priscan penitentiary where his story began.
Eventually Bane resurfaces in Santa Prisca, leading the country to democratic elections. Upon discovering that the elections were rigged by Computron, he uses his influence to enforce martial law, plunging the country into a civil war. Computron offers information to Checkmate on who ordered him to rig the elections in exchange for their help in escaping the country. Fire and Judomaster's son, Thomas Jaggerare sent on the mission, with Jagger debating whether or not to seek revenge for his father's murder.
He fights Bane in order to allow Fire to escape, defeating him easily, but chooses not to kill him. At the end of the mini series Suicide Squad: In Outsiders 50, Bane appears once more to be wearing the tubing system to apply Venom. In Salvation Run 2, Bane was tricked by his fellow squad members, and sent to the prison planet.
He attacked Thunder and Lightning when they were attempting to feed Martian Manhunter. One of his shipments include to Gotham. Batman, who was temporarily endowed with Superman's powers, respond by attacking Bane at his home.
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Not only was The Dark Knight able to easily defeat the villain, the hero nearly killed him with his far superior strength. Bane survived his injuries due to the enhanced stamina from his Venom supplies. Currently, Bane has joined the Secret Six in their new ongoing series started in September In the first issue Bane is depicted as a stoic devil's advocate for the group, offering alternative points of view for both Deadshot and Catman on the subject of love.
He is later shown to have an almost father-like concern for Scandal Savage 's well-being. Although this is largely played for laughs in the early issues, the first arc's final issue displays the depth of Bane's affection. When the Six are attacked by an army of supervillains, a wounded and seemingly dying Bane's concern for Scandal results in him taking Venom to save her.
Bane is later shown to have recovered from his ordeal, appearing in Gotham City with Catman and Ragdoll in an attempt to stem some of the chaos caused by the apparent death of Batman. During the team's several escapades, Bane reveals both a deep respect for his onetime adversary and a painful yearning to assume the mantle of Batman, telling a trio of rescued citizens to tell people that it was the Batman who saved them.