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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Harley - ESFP

    Joker - ENFP

    Batman - ISTP

    Poison Ivy - INTJ

    Catwoman always struck me as an ISFJ gone rogue.
    I agree on Poison Ivy and Catwoman, but I still think Batman is INTJ (except for the christian bale ISTJ batman, but he sucks lol)
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    Huh.. I thought the Bale Batman was the more INTJ-ish one. If anything, for his more philosophical focus on symbols, and kind of envisioning his whole act from one idea (fear). Otherwise, many Batman comics don't bother with that. For years, it was just "Detective Comics", and he was just a fancy cop (albeit outside the law and bent on revenge).

    You can kind of see the same Ni dominant process work in INFJ Jung. "The years when I was pursuing my inner images were the most important in my life. In them everything essential was decided. It all began then. The later details were only supplements and clarifications of material that burst forth in the unconscious, and at first swamped me. It was the prima materia for a life's work." [Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections]

    lol, it's a stretch, but you could kind of compare this to the whole sequence of Bruce Wayne exploring the criminal world and the league of shadows.. and then finding his vision fall in place when Alfred finds him again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Huh.. I thought the Bale Batman was the more INTJ-ish one. If anything, for his more philosophical focus on symbols, and kind of envisioning his whole act from one idea (fear). Otherwise, many Batman comics don't bother with that. For years, it was just "Detective Comics", and he was just a fancy cop (albeit outside the law and bent on revenge).

    You can kind of see the same Ni dominant process work in INFJ Jung. "The years when I was pursuing my inner images were the most important in my life. In them everything essential was decided. It all began then. The later details were only supplements and clarifications of material that burst forth in the unconscious, and at first swamped me. It was the prima materia for a life's work." [Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections]

    lol, it's a stretch, but you could kind of compare this to the whole sequence of Bruce Wayne exploring the criminal world and the league of shadows.. and then finding his vision fall in place when Alfred finds him again.
    the thing that surprises me is that Christian Bale is usually wonderful at playing INTJs (American Psycho mostly, but also Equilibrium). his batman however completely lacks the supremely confident vibe that all INTJs share. the overcoming fear thing could also be a function of Fi

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    That's just how I see Batman. Vigilante, double life, loner. Doesn't respect the rules of the system but has his own rules that he follows faithfully. He's a risk taker. I also think Catwoman is similar enough but just different for there to be the chemistry and off and on that they have had. I'm thinking more comics than movies here, btw but ISTP/ISFJ fits for me. Then again this is all entertainment.
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    I can see ISTP for Batman. But in my opinion, he's too much a planner. Dick Grayson is an ISTP, I think, and if he's not, he's clearly an SP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I can see ISTP for Batman. But in my opinion, he's too much a planner. Dick Grayson is an ISTP, I think, and if he's not, he's clearly an SP.
    I think Grayson is ESTP or ESFP. He's pretty upbeat, and probably the only person in Gotham with a sense of "life" and humor (I mean, besides the villains).

    The Huntress is ISTP.. independent in a way that pisses even Batman off.

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    Yes, more ESxP for Robin. What type is Batgirl by the way? I see ESFJ for her.
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    Batman: INTJ with nearly balanced N/S
    Robin: ESxP agreed
    Batgirl: really annoying xSFJ
    Joker: He acts like an ESxP but thinks like an INTx. ENTP maybe?
    Harley Quinn: codependent ExFP (balanced N/S?)
    Poison Ivy: INTx
    Penguin: xSTJ
    Riddler: ENTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    4w3 So/Sx: The Penguin



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    That's very difficult to believe. Could you please explain how a Te-dom is also a 4?
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    I just finished reading Starfire's solo comic...I'd say ESFJ still for her. I know her (Cartoon Network) Teen Titans portrayal is undoubtedly ESFJ which is the one I grew up with, but I think here too she looks for a familial sense of belonging, makes an effort to adapt to cultural customs, etc. One glaring difference though was her desire to live as a normal human being rather than a superhero, whereas in the original series you had her saying shit like this:



    I think for either rationale though you can still see the Fe. I think overall her character, conceptually, is ESFJ.

    Wish she stuck with Dick Grayson in the original series instead of Raven ruining everything and Dick ending up with Batgirl. I thought they made a cute couple...but at least she's paired with him in different spinoffs like Teen Titans and this solo series. Hope she's in the next season of Young Justice!
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