Who is Batman, really? Is Bruce Wayne just Batman playing dumb, or is Batman Bruce Wayne unleashing crazy? The answer: grapefruit orchestra blitz! That's right: both crazier and dumber than you guessed.
We can all agree that Bruce Wayne isn't simply pretending to be disturbed. We just can't tell if Batman is the expression of his illness or the therapy for dealing with it. Until now.
Despite the debate whether Batman is the personality-shelf where Bruce Wayne stores the crazy-plates, one thing is certain: Batman has his own absolutely crazy Batmanlier persona that he saves for the really bad trauma like dad not loving him or losing sex privileges to a supermodel.
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This is why the Internet loves you, Batman.
All you need to know about the Batman of Zur-En-Arrh is that writer Grant Morrison made Batman into a lunatic hobo-clown guided by a spirit animal who looks like a thalidomide baby. Instead of sorely offending geeks to the point that we won't even acknowledge that bats are real animals, he penned one of the best stories Batman's ever face-stomped his way through.