I have never thought about that before, but now I think that it is possible. Only a person who has a lot of money can do that. I think that is the main thing (I think you originally wanted to say “one thing,” but since you later list a few things that you need, what you’re really trying to say is that money is the MAIN thing. From money, you can buy all of these things.) that you need. You will need a car, suit, a safe place, and you can get it with money. But it can be a bad idea to become Batman
because you would have a lot of power and no one will know what is your purpose.
And if you want to (Wanna is technically not a word but is often used when speaking casually. The more grammatically correct way to say it is want to.) fight crime by yourself, you will have problems with the police and government. If you just want it [like a adorn], (I’m not sure what you mean here, but I think you’re talking about prestige. Adorn is a verb that kind of means to decorate or make more beautiful. It is often used to talk about fancy jewelry, clothing, or artworks and is not usually used to talk about someone’s reputation.) it will be a
waste of money.
I like how creative you got with this post. I think the main thing that you want to focus on when writing is your run-on sentences. Since some sentences are too long, it can be hard to understand what you mean. You can practice fixing your run-on sentences by reviewing sentence structure.