I heard that you used to be able to but t-shirts that react with your body heat, unfortunately, this often resulted in patches around the armpits and neck, so the fad didn't last too long, but finding one that reacts to your emotion may be something only Dr. Manhattan can do...
I'd be like catwoman, I'd kick some bank robber around for a bit, then rob the bank I was protecting, I'm putting both my life and social life on the line here, after all, who wants to talk to a guy in an ultra-tight suit?
Peril of the Phantom Flasher! She looks like a damsel in distress, who is shielding her eyes from something bright. Yet at the same time, she can not fully turn away from the mysterious man who exposes himself and illuminates anyone in front of him at the same time ;) "
So we all know Batman doesn't kill, wheras in the older movies (batman to batman and robin) he seems to have no problem with it, I mean, in Batman Returns, he puts dynamite down one of The Penguins goons' trousers, then shoves him down a manhole, it's all very funny, but is it there for a reason or is it just not a very informed script? (By the way, i'm not hating on the batman films, I actually love them! I rather liked batman forever, despite what some people say, and batman and robin was a little bit stupid, but it was funny and enjoyable...)
I'm sure loads of DC heroes can kill, why doesn't batman invite them over when he knows the Joker will strike, and have them kill him for him? If I were him I'd have "accidently" dropped him off a building, feel guilty for a few pages, then realise it's for the best and be able to go to bed early due to the drop in crime :D
I don't really think moon knight would buy any of the "i'm insane, so you're not alowed to kill me" stuff, and would end up killing the joker, and it'd make you feel a little sorry for him... But I still think it would be a good comic!