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Created in 1939, Batman is arguably the most popular superhero of all time. Bruce Wayne’s dark past, the gritty characters and villains, and the clever plot lines are some unique qualities of the ‘The Dark Knight’ canon that sets this superhero apart from all the others.



It’s also safe to say that the one of the most beloved adaptations and successful franchises in Hollywood history is Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dark Knight Trilogy’. What makes this adaptation unique is its use of realism to an extent that made some viewers wonder whether everything they saw on screen could actually could be true. The fact that he was the multi-millionaire owner of Wayne Industries allowed him access to the coolest gadgets and tech innovations to counter any kind of threat, including the terrifying Scarecrow, the unhinged Joker, or the mastermind Bane.



The Armored Suit

The functionality of Batman’s suit is three-fold. Firstly, it protects him against attacks during his escapades. Secondly, it conceals his real identity as the owner of Wayne Industries, Bruce Wayne. Thirdly, it is intended to scare criminals and haunt them in their very worst nightmares. Based on an advanced infantry Armor system constructed from a polymer called Nomex, this suit has a protection layer made of Kevlar bi-weave, which can stop knives and low-caliber bullets.