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Old 01-16-2013, 07:08 PM   #108
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Default Re: How Long Was Bruce Wayne Actually Batman in this Trilogy?

Originally Posted by Anno_Domini View Post
Imo, if Gotham Knight was better and actually fit like a sequel to BB and prequel to TDK, it would've been perfect with how they used Crane.
Gotham Knight just felt like a bunch of random stories that could've taken place in any Batverse, and even stepped out of the bounds of 'exaggerated realism' that Nolan's films go for a couple of times.

I actually didn't care for Scarecrow in it. The writing was weird generally throughout the whole production. It was just like some out of context fanfiction from anime artists, which is cool on it's own, but I wouldn't say it's appropriate canon sequel/prequel material.

The one thing I did love Gotham Knight for is the way it extends Bruce's training. We see him, in India I think, training himself to resist and control his sense of pain. There's a proper story and an interesting character surrounding it. Looove that. I give GK a lot of credit for it.

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