Bat-Baby. Just… Bat-Baby
Batman was turned into a kid, is mocked with the moniker “Bat-Baby” by some thugs, and then proceeds to put on a Sunday school outfit in an apparent agreement about his status as a baby. Whatever the twisted logic, it obviously works, as bad guys across the city are fucking terrified by a toddler in short overalls with full man-strength. Their gargled screams of “BAT-BABY!” are without any shred of irony. In the end, Batman is returned to normal size but we are deprived of a pivotal scene in which Bruce Wayne grows out of his clothes and is left completely naked in front of people who wanted to turn him into a 4-year-old.
He’d be a great voiceover artist if he didn’t have to read or talk.
Kill it with fire! Or at least leave it in a pool without a ladder!
Pitch: ”Hey, you know what’s crazy? Computers. What about a computer program Pokemon? Yeah, sure it can exist in the real world, even though it’s explicitly made of virtual polygons.”
Porygon’s an incredibly dumb idea for a Pokemon. It’s literally made of programming code, but it somehow interacts with the physical world. In other words, it makes no sense at all and Nintendo just thought it would be neat to have some kind of Pokemon to take advantage of the “computer” fad that was sweeping the world at the time.
How Lazy Is The Name: It’s like Polygon, but we replaced the L with an R for some reason. Possibly to sound like an incredibly racist impression of a Japanese person? We can only hope.