Top Batman Facts
1. "The Dark Knight" made more money in its first six days in the US than "Batman Begins" made in its entire domestic run.
2. Batman fought ebola in the 90's and Robin almost died.
3. In 1996, both DC and Marvel comics published a crossover series where Batman and Wolverine were made into one character named Dark Claw.
4. To kit yourself out as a real-life Batman would cost about $300 million.
5. Scientist believe there are infinite universes with infinite possibilities. That means somewhere you are Batman.
6. Batman usually carries some kryptonite just in case Superman gets out of hand.
7. In the real world, even if Batman never lost a fight, his body would only hold up for three years before he would have to retire.
8. A normal person would have to train 15-18 years to be as physically skilled as Batman.
9. The mayor of the city of Batman in Turkey threatened to sue Warner Bros for not asking permission to use the city’s name in the Batman movies.
10. The word 'batman' is used to refer to someone's personal servant - So, Alfred Pennyworth is actually Batman's batman.
11. Batman once admitted to peeing on himself.
12. There is a city called "Batman" in Turkey.
13. Boy: I want to be a super hero. Guess what I want my name to be.
Girl: Superman? Batman? Ironman?
Boy: No, Yourman
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