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Old 01-05-2013, 05:52 PM   #73
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Default Re: How Long Was Bruce Wayne Actually Batman in this Trilogy?

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Originally Posted by BlueLightning View Post
To an extent, because I understand how people can come up with such conclusions, but I disagree because it didn't appear to be like that for me. Primarly, because we are talking about Bruce Wayne story. A sequel with Blake would be more in the field of a spinoff.
The audience don't separate that. If it's Batman, it's a Batman film.

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He was still there. Still, seven villains is not to bad
I don't count them though, because they aren't "villains" or "freaks".

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The Nolan films are not a straight adaptation of that world. They are a reverent interpretation of the source material which manages to embody most of the greatest aspects of the Batman mythos through the years. It has a different set of rules, in a different media.
I was talking about the Nolan world.

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They had, Scarecrow was even being considered for the following film after Batman & Robin. Both Ra's and Scarecrow appeared in other media and are staples in the comic books before the Nolan films.
I couldn't remember them and I was a huge fan of the DCAU.

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