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Old 04-20-2013, 01:22 PM   #58
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Default Re: Nolan wasnt any more "faithful" then Tim Burton

Originally Posted by ThePhantasm View Post
Travesty, is it possible to be "faithful" in some sort of strict sense? Even the canonical comics have a multiplicity of interpretations of the character. By "faithful" I simply meant that the films drew from the comics directly, canonical comics or no... they drew from well beloved interpretations of the character.
I wasn't talking to you directly, but when I keep seeing people bring up points of Batman's retirement, and laying claims that since it was in TDKReturns, that it is somehow "faithful" to the cannon, when clearly, that shouldn't be the case at all.

And I thought that's what this thread was about: being "faithful"? Elseworld tales are a lot of fun to read, but I wouldn't consider the majority of them to be "faithful". That's the point to those stories.....

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