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The Dark Knight. The Caped Crusader. Bruce Wayne. No matter what you call him, you cannot deny the influence Batman has on the movies. Superman helped usher in realistic superheroes on the big screen and Batman helped define the modern-day genre which generates billions of dollars every year. But with such a big legacy and fanbase comes the scrutiny of fans to nitpick every detail — right down to the cape and batarangs. So what makes the Perfect Batman? Why have some Batmen succeeded and made film history while others have been laughed at and ridiculed? From the early days with Adam West to more recent attempts at launching the DCEU — let’s break down how to make a successful Batman, what resonates with fans, and why some Batman incarnations should have never made it to the big screen.
Batman wasn’t just a fictional character written for the big screen. Like many cinematic superheroes, Batman’s source material was pulled from the pages of DC Comics — and the original comic books are often the authority for how the big screen incarnation should look. Debuting in Detective Comics in 1939 — Batman proved to be so popular he quickly got his own solo series and the Batman mythos was quickly developed. His sidekick Robin was introduced, The Joker became one of his greatest adversaries, and other classic characters like Alfred and Catwoman took center-stage. Much of the same elements which debuted in the first few years of the Batman in the comics has become the standard and blueprint for cinematic visions. And it didn’t take long for the Caped Crusader to make it to the big screen. Watch to see what makes the PERFECT Batman!
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