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39.
1.The Bat-Man is one of the great characters of 20th century fiction and in particular to a Post-Industrial Mythological genre known as "Super-Hero's." He was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane in 1939. He exists as a complex figure shrouded in mystery and is a master of appearances and disappearances.

2.Bat-Man is a Jungian "Underworld Archetype" in that he lives in a cave and is closely tied to the concepts of wealth and secrets. Also, because the concept of Bat-Man was birthed in death and trauma at a very young age and was used to heal his shattered life and give it meaning and power.

3.Shamanism is also particular to The Bat-Man in that an animal visitation gave him the inspiration and means to follow the path that he had chosen for himself. Like a Shaman he wears a mask of this animal and also honors this animal spirit with a representation of it in every aspect of his crime fighting career.

4. The Bat-Man is also a symbol of Mastery and Will. Batman through his own personal drive perfected himself in every conceivable skill and martial art known to man from chemistry and criminology to esoteric martial arts and subtle forms of meditation/self-hypnosis. He has tempered his willpower into an unbreakable sword. As far as he is concerned he can do anything he can conceive of.
1. "Everyone knows that Batman (and Superman) are the twin pillars that made Superhero comics what they are today"

"All the years I've known The Bat-man he hasn't changed. So mysterious, so elusive."

2. "Trauma has made many people do strange things, even dress up like a giant bat."

"I was driven by the pain of my worst memory- the night a criminal stepped from the shadows and tore my world apart. It changed me forever..."

"The Bat-Man lives in a giant underground museum of Death and Technology."

3. "A bat! That's it! It's like an omen! I shall become a Bat!"

4. "To prepare myself for the battle I developed my mind. Mastering science and criminology. I pushed myself to the limits of human endurance. Training my body to physical perfection...."

"The Batman has no limits."

"Batman has a mind like no other"

"The Batman is the World's Greatest Detective."
by The Black Ace October 02, 2012
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29.
1)a comic super hero
2)an expression used often on the internet to highly emphasis something
1)batman and robin
2)HOLY BATMAN! this lag is terrible!
by uncle sam April 16, 2004
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30.
Shannen is Bat-man. A realistic character who has an obscene amount of money to become a badass super hero. Also a word used to define someone awesome. :)
1. Shannen is Bat-man.
2. I'm Bat-man.

3. Bitch I be finer den Bat-man.
by i have no name, your welcome. January 04, 2013
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31.
extasyyyy, X, 007's, cristal, bibs
that bitch is sellin batmans hella cheap!
by anonymous8700 June 01, 2007
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32.
n.

the highest compliment one can give a seemingly ordinary person for acts of spontaneous or sometimes unnoticed heroics
William: "Whoa, did you see that guy just disarm the bank robber before he could hurt anyone?"

Alan: "He is batman!"

Also seen in an episode of Seinfeld when George refers to Kramer as batman
by daemonbellum December 31, 2009
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33.
to go missing without notice
The guy did a batman on me again.
by the_intern July 10, 2008
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34.
Batman is an American television series, based on the DC comic book character of the same name.The series starred Adam West as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Burt Ward as Robin/Dick Grayson.In their disguises as Batman and Robin respectively,the two crime fighters (also known as The Dynamic Duo) defend the citizens of Gotham City from the various criminals and supervillains of the city.The series aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network for three seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968, and 120 episodes were produced in total.

Recurring villains:
Whilst Batman and Robin faced numerous criminals and supervillains in their war on crime, they would often come across certain master criminals more often than others.The following are examples:
1.Joker -- played by Cesar Romero
2.Riddler -- played by Frank Gorshin
3.Penguin -- played by Burgess Meredith
4.Catwoman -- played by Julie Newmar
5.Mad Hatter -- played by David Wayne
6.Egghead -- played by Vincent Price
7.King Tut -- played by Victor Buono
8.Zelda the Great -- played by Anne Baxter
9.Marsha, Queen of Diamonds -- played by Carolyn Jones
10.Louie the Lilac -- played by Milton Berle
11.Shame -- played by Cliff Robertson

***Note:Many of the villains that featured in this Batman TV series were INVENTED specifically for this series and are NOT part of the established Batman universe (or at least they were not at the time they debuted in this series).***
Kato:(During the big fight between Batman,Robin,Green Hornet,Kato, and Colonel Gum's Henchmen,Robin punches Kato sending him to Green Hornet) "It's a good thing those guys are on our side, even though they don't know it."
Robin:(after being hit by Kato,Robin stumbles into Batman) "It's a good thing those guys aren't in town every week."
by The Centurion March 28, 2012
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35.
Means Cool, The universal word for Cool!
it is used in every language around the world!
example 1
Guy 1: Have you heard this new song? its so Batman!
Guy 2: I heard it yesterday, its pretty Batman

example 2
Girl 1: That guy seemed like a bit of a looser
Girl 2: He is so not Batman!
by a batman guy December 14, 2010
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