Jack of all trades, master of none
A Dream of Freedom
Craig lays awake staring at the all too familiar ceiling, the same dream waking him every night for the last 2 months had become incredibly repetitive. It was an almost purgatory, limbo like state. The dream’s always the same. Mostly. Sometimes a little different, but always containing a bull. A jet-black, raging bull you’d see matadors fighting in the rings of Spain and Mexico. In the dream he’d be the matador, other times the bull. Sometimes a floating disembodied conscious with the best seat in the house. Even one time he was the bull, but in his human body while the matador and the crowd were all bulls dressed in human clothes. That one only occurred once thankfully, as when he tried to play amateur psychologist with himself, he couldn’t work out what that dream meant.
Who is Bruce Wayne?
So, we finally have another actor playing the famous vigilante. This time, it’s the turn of ex emo-vampire-pinup boy Edward Cullen, also known as the actor Robert Pattinson, who’s been cast for The Batman. It must have been some leap of thought by the studio to get an actor, who played a vampire, to play a vigilante who models himself on a human sized bat figure. In a recent online (clickbait) article, it was argued that he could be the best Bruce Wayne ever (not Batman, but Wayne), and that got me thinking.