Batman fans are having a big debate. It’s a knife. Director Matt Reeves gave fans their first look at Robert Pattinson in the Batsuit. But aside from comparisons to Marvel’s Daredevil. People are debating one detail what is going on with the chest symbol? If you look closely, it’s more than just a bat symbol like we’re used to seeing. It seems to be made of something metal embedded in his chest plate, and no one can decide exactly what we’re looking at. The going theory is that the symbol is made from the gun that killed Bruce Wayne’s parents. Twisted, we know. But Batman isn’t exactly a stable guy, so it fits. If that is indeed the case, then the idea probably came from last year’s Detective Comics Number One Thousand, which featured a short story by Kevin Smith and Jim Lee that showed Bruce tracking down the gun that killed his parents, buying it from a pawn shop and melting it down into an armored chest plate for a suit. So now the metal that hurt him as a child is protecting him as an adult. Obviously, Pattinson’s Batsuit doesn’t have the metal plate, but his reasoning for fashioning the gun that killed his parents to his suit may be the same. It’s hard to make out which parts of the gun are where, but that may be because he chopped it up to fit into the shape of a bat. I think it’s hard to make out which parts of the gun are where because it’s not a gun. I think what we’re looking at is a pair of knives or just really sharp batarangs. If you look closely, each half of the bat has a clip. Guns don’t have little metal clips, but certain knives do. There is a third possibility. It’s both. knife guns. Well, no. Yes. Well, I’m kind of. What if Batman used the metal from the gun that killed his parents to fashion a pair of knives and they could be throwing knives, meaning these are essentially his new batarangs. I… Super dig that. And they do look removable so he could pull them out during a fight and use them to mess up some bad guys. What are you going to do, throw a batarang at it? Something like that. And regardless of what the symbol really ends up being, I do like that Matt Reeves is giving us something new by putting a fresh spin on a part of the costume that’s usually just cosmetic and potentially giving it symbolic meaning. But what do you think is the deal with the chest symbol? Is it a gun, a knife, pair of batarangs, or something else altogether? Let us know down below in the comments. Thanks for watching. For more on the Batsuit, check out our video breaking down the comic book influences of the full suit. And why not just watch the Batsuit camera test again? Because. Damn! Yes. Yes. Damn. And be sure to follow and subscribe wherever you like to watch IGN. Would you make your Joshua symbol Cheese…and… pizza? Next gen console watch 20/20 is agents’ Weekly Show reporting on all the latest PlayStation 5 and X-Box Series X News, we’ll bring on experts to discuss and analyze all the latest developments of what’s coming to the new generation of consoles. Join US Weekly on Fridays at 6:00 a.m. Pacific.