Dark Knight Paris
Most people tend to think Paris is a romantic city. Having lived there for many years I personally got used to Paris romance.
I found a new flavor to the place when I started to look at it through the eyes of Batman. So here’s Bruce Wayne’s perspective to Paris.
In public, Bruce Wayne pretends to be a heavy drinker, using ginger ale to suggest champagne and liberally serving alcohol to guests that he never actually consumes himself.
I personally drink champagne most of the time. May be that’s why, I saw his Batmobile speeding on Place de la Concorde
Batman faces a variety of foes ranging from common criminals to outlandish supervillains.
Many of them mirror aspects of the Batman’s character and development, often having tragic origin stories that lead them to a life of crime.
Shot before the Villains came out from Le Louvre
Can you see the Bat-Signal from the Eiffel tower?
Batman’s “most implacable foe” is the Joker, a homicidal maniac with a clown-like appearance who, as a “personification of the irrational”, represents “everything Batman opposes”.
See The Joker quietly sitting at Le Louvre
Wayne Manor is the personal residence of Bruce Wayne. The residence is typically depicted as a huge mansion on grounds outside Gotham City.
Here is the Paris version of Wayne Manor.
The BatCave is Batman’s secret headquarters, consisting of a series of caves beneath Wayne Manor.
It serves as his command center for both local and global surveillance, as well as housing his vehicles and equipment for his war on crime.
It also is a storeroom for Batman’s memorabilia.
See the moon rising over BatCave in Paris
As official proven police interaction with the Bat-Signal and Batman himself can lead to cases against criminals arrested by Batman being dismissed,
it is up to the civilian employees of the Gotham police department to operate the signal officially. Bat-Signal was off that night in Paris