Three of these five characters fall victim to accidents. The Joker falls over a railing into a chemical plant, Mr. Freeze falls into subzero liquid nitrogen and Two-Face, in one film gets acid thrown on his face by a third party, and in the second film gets half his face burned. The Riddler is the only villain who makes the conscious choice to become a villain when his invention is rejected by both his immediate supervisor and Bruce Wayne.
Now before we sink our teeth into this thing, we have to mention the price. It’s expensive. The burger costs $19, plus $2 for the cheese. And that’s with no fries or even a smidgeon of side slaw, which, under any other circumstance, would be a crime. But in this case, the price was less about food and more like getting tickets to a special exhibit at a museum. Eventually, Impossible Meats will be cheaper than meat meat, but for now it’s a scarce commodity, and you have to be willing to shell out. At the very least (since I’m writing about it now), that $21 burger will be a tax write-off. But it still seems crazy that I could buy four burritos instead of this one burger.