Or, you're really bad at making yourself clear. It doesn't matter where he drops the bombs. They hit those guys. They're most likely all dead. That's just how bombs work. Unless you're using magic bombs that don't kill people when they explode. You say this is man misses on purpose. When he later attempts to punch Joker off the bell tower in the face. You're not helping him by saying he's missing on purpose. In fact, I think you make him sound like an even worse person. At least if he's missing because he's a bad aim, at least then, he's making an attempt to stop the bad-person attempting to kill 1000's people right then and right there. Missing on purpose just gave him a chance to get away. And, perhaps kill more people. And, in this part of the conversation, YOU are the one who brought up those versions. This isn't those versions. This is Tim Burton's version of Batman. He's clearly a different Batman than the others. He's an awkward, nerdy man, who wears reading glasses. Glasses, that he doesn't wear as Batman. Which may actually explain why he missed. He missed, because he missed. If he misses on purpose, he's both an idiot, and incompetent.