It's a problem with Talia and Bane, is it? It's because Bane said he was League of Shadows, but in The Dark Knight Rises, I saw at the end, that he was actually Talia's protector and guardian, and I had a thought that she was the leader of the League of Shadows and she invited Bane to join, and Talia was the heir to the League, it's just like that prisoner guy said, "...No ordinary child. A child born in hell. Forged from suffering. Hardened by pain.", may I continue? "...The child had a friend, a protector, who showed the others that this innocence was their redemption.", and there was a League of Shadows page on Batman Wiki, saying that it was led by Talia in the third film, and the dramatic cue music (with Ra's and Joker) ended with her, and like Ra's al Ghul, she hid her identity as Miranda Tate, while Ra's hid his as Henri Ducard, and they were using Scarecrow and Bane as decoys, just so you know, if that's the reason why Talia is the real main baddie or not, sorry
If you like we could leave them as "one of the main antagonists" still, maybe Talia isn't responsible for everything, and maybe her real identity as the child and heir to the throne is just something that makes her a true baddie
I understand what you're saying. The reason I said they were both the two main antagonists is because Bane and Talia were partners and Bane wasn't really a decoy because he was the Supreme Commander of the League of Shadows and he does most of the evil work in the film. Usually Bane is the villain that Batman fights in the third film with hand-to-hand combat and that's his hardest enemy. Talia was the leader of the League of Shadows, but it was only like 18 minutes left of the movie when we found out she was evil. Is it okay if they were the two main villains?