Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Batman begins

Batman is my favourite super hero just because he doesn't have any super-powers like other super heroes and relies only on the gadgets he have. The other super hero I like is Phantom, because Phantom never kills. The following article is taken from How Stuff Works:

Night in and night out, Batman keeps the streets of Gotham City safe from crime and villainy. One of the most extraordinary things about Batman is this: Despite the fact that he's a superhero, he doesn't actually posses any super powers. Instead of relying on unearthly abilities, Batman uses ingenuity, deception and clever gadgetry to give him an edge over Gotham's criminal element. Nothing instills fear in the hearts of Gotham's wrongdoers more than Batman's menacing appearance, and that appearance is all about the Batsuit.

The Batsuit does a lot more for Batman than make him look scary. On its own, the suit is a pretty impressive piece of technology. The Batsuit combines armor, communications and combat technologies into one state-of-the-art crime-fighting system.

In this article, we'll look at the different components of the Batsuit, explain how they work and see how Batman uses them to keep the streets safe at night.

The complete article is at: How the Batsuit Works. Read it even if you are not a movie or batman buff. It has cool scientific facts on the gadgets batman carry.

Batman Trivia: Batman hates Superman so much that he will give a blow on his face if they happen to meet.