Re: Nolan wasnt any more "faithful" then Tim Burton
I dunno, my head is spinning on both sides of the argument here. It's kinda hard to take any "side" seriously, when I keep seeing people bring up TDKReturns, and trying to play that book off as something "faithful" to the source, when that book is clearly an Elseworld tale.
Just because there are comic books with Batman in it, doesn't mean it is "faithful".
He [Batman] has this one rule, as the Joker says in The Dark Knight. But he does wind up breaking it. Does he break it in the third film?
: He breaks it in...
: ...the first two.
The History of Batman Killing in the Comics
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