Is it just me or does Bane seem like the creation of some paranoid homophobe's nightmare?
His design is based on a luchador, you projecting pile of insecurity.
I dunno I like being a big guy though and fucking small women
I also enjoy having them call be Big man
Is not. It's the generic look of a early 90's, late 80's villian.
the only reason you are saying that is bane being from a spanish speaking country, when in reality the only country that likes lucha are mexicans. Only 66's bane was mexican now build it.
Oh god damn it you contrarian fuck.
>He was conceived as a darker take on Doc Savage, with inspiration from the Count of Monte Cristo and Mexican luchador culture.
>You had the most influences on the visuals of Bane. Did you nail down the look of Bane right away or were there several variations?
>I got about 95% on the first try. The only major changes were to the mask. His original mask was more of a Mexican wrestling mask. His eyes, nose, and mouth holes were open. I did it this way for two reasons. 1) to be able to show expressions. 2) Because of where he's from, it's probably the only type of mask he would have been exposed to. Editorial decided they wanted a more mysterious look so those holes were covered up. I think they made a good call on that.
--Graham Nolan, one of the 3 creators of the Bane character.
Now someone get this hothead outta here
Only if he's a little dim.
The condition does generally entail being niggling about details but the way he's doing it is DUMB.
Like how Chris-Chan is somewhere on the autism spectrum, but you know....
Tom Hardy does nothing for me, but comic Bane is another story.
I'm no tranny, but damn does he make me wish I was a woman so he could have his way with me.
>They changed the designe, so is not inspider by it.
My god. You are 100% retarded.
Yeah, this is just like discussing Sonic with Chris Chan.
What a one-note character. He literally just breaks people's backs. It was the one notable thing he did and now he's stuck being "Back-breaking man" until enough time passes for people to forget Knightfall.
Nolan's Bane is the only interesting interpretation of the character in years.