Originally Posted by Lead Cenobite
Is Neeson's Ra's really faithful to the original concept of the character at all? Or would you say he was altered to fit the story Nolan and Goyer wanted to tell about crime and vigilantism? I get the impression that classically, Ra's is mainly concerned with saving the natural world rather than society.
I'd go with that. I prefer the eco-terrorist Ra's with all his mystical voodoo, but Neeson's Ra's still had the same mannerisms as the animated one.