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(1) BATMAN. One of two clinical trials about the safety and efficacy of the Batimastat BiodivYsio® stent, a drug-coated (with an MMP—matrix metalloproteinase—inhibitor, batimastat) device designed to decreased restenosis in patients who had undergone coronary angioplasty

(2) Batman. One of several fathers’ rights activists who appear with some regularity perched atop any of a number of public places in the UK—e.g., Parliament, Buckingham palace, etc.—to protest alleged family courts’ bias against them
(3) Vox populi Batman. A popular comic book superhero who fights crime in the fictional Gotham City
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The original Batman, created for DC Comics by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in the late 1930s, was a formidable mass-culture pastiche--a nocturnal crime fighter aka the Caped Crusader or the Dark Knight, equipped with a hooded, pointy-eared face-mask-cww-helmet and a secret identity.
30pm on Sunday, when an earlier screening of Batman Begins (12A) from 7.
Most readers agreed that credit for its success goes to the direction in which DC Comics has taken the character's storyline and the villains that Batman is placed up against.
DC Entertainment, home to iconic brands DC Comics (Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash), Vertigo (Sandman, Fables) and MAD, is the creative division charged with strategically integrating its content across Warner Bros.
The BDDK report reveals that there was an increase of $400 million in dollar reserves in the final three months of 2013 in Batman.
Superman was raised by humble farmers in the rural wholesomeness of Kansas; Batman was born to socialites amid the dystopian mess of Gotham City.
Would you answer: "Criminals are a superstitious cowardly lot" (from Detective Comics #33, 1939) or "Where does he get those wonderful toys" (from Jack Nicholson as the Joker in Tim Burton's Batman, 1989)?
It's been over a year since Arkham Asylum was stabilized and Batman, once again, saved the day for Gotham.
BADDIES had better watch out - legendary superhero Batman is in town this weekend.
Everyone knows how much Gotham City has benefited from the presence of Batman and his alter ego, Bruce Wayne, who has saved the city time and time again.
In June 1835, the Port Phillip Association, including convict descendant John Batman (1800-39), agreed with Aborigines that some of their land would henceforth belong to the Association.