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In Batman: Arkham Origins , Bane was shown as being one of the eight assassins who was hired to kill Batman on Christmas Eve. Besides his regular use of Venom, which he acknowledged as a weakness, Bane also developed a variant of Venom, TN-1, as a means to overcome his addiction, but was reluctant to use it until it was perfected because it caused permanent and gradual memory loss. Bane learned about Batman's true identity, but the drug seemed to have the effect of memory loss on the user. The drug greatly increased the user's bone density and muscle strength.

Kudos must be given for a design for Bane, which is mostly true to the comic book source material – the character appears as a muscle-bound hulk in a wrestling mask, covered in tubes that pump the super steroid venom into his blood. Sadly, though, beyond appearance, there’s little of the comic book character in tact – whereas in the comics Bane is a force to be reckoned with – both an intellectual match for Batman as well as his physical superior – Bane in Batman & Robin does little more than stumble around, occasionally getting in the way of the Dynamic Duo. Considering the potential that the character has, it’s a shame to see Bane reduced to little more than a cheesy sidekick.

In the "Tabula Rasa" storyline, Bane learns from the Jesuit priest that there is a possibility that his biological father is an American doctor. [12] In researching this issue, Bane comes to the conclusion that he and Batman share a biological father: Thomas Wayne , who had been close to Bane's mother during his time in Santa Prisca. Bane alerts Batman to this possibility and, during the time that the DNA tests are being performed, stays at Wayne Manor and fights alongside Batman on the streets of Gotham. Ultimately, it is revealed that Dr. Wayne is not Bane's father, and Bane leaves Gotham peacefully - and with Batman's blessing and financial backing - to pursue leads in the snowy mountains of Kangchenjunga . [18] [19] [20] [21]

In the prequel, Batman: Arkham Origins , Bane is the leader of a gang, providing some of his chief lieutenants with venom tanks that they can use in their fights with Batman, albeit with a comparatively limited physical effect; none of the henchmen shown using the venom demonstrate anything more than a conventionally muscular physique. Bane is originally shown as a very well-built, sumo-wrestler-esque figure, but develops into the mutated state depicted in earlier games when he gives himself a large dosage of a Titan prototype, the drugs subsequently damaging his mind and apparently erasing his memory of Batman's secret identity.

Super-steroid venom

super-steroid venom

In the prequel, Batman: Arkham Origins , Bane is the leader of a gang, providing some of his chief lieutenants with venom tanks that they can use in their fights with Batman, albeit with a comparatively limited physical effect; none of the henchmen shown using the venom demonstrate anything more than a conventionally muscular physique. Bane is originally shown as a very well-built, sumo-wrestler-esque figure, but develops into the mutated state depicted in earlier games when he gives himself a large dosage of a Titan prototype, the drugs subsequently damaging his mind and apparently erasing his memory of Batman's secret identity.

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