I'm not being dogmatic in either how the studio is being run nor am I with how characters are interpreted which are separate cases. I don't think there is a factual interpretation of character. That is clear. I know that. If I gave off that impression, that wasn't what I was going for. With Batman there's no right way to do him and there are no rules to say he can't murder people from an artistic standpoint. Yet morally with who the character is, it's a lot less compelling and less interesting to make it like that. Am I right for saying this and is this a fact? No. But it does nullify the characters because they are a result of a studio where filmmakers fundamentally misunderstand these characters and give us these results. These ideas are coming from these misguided and miscalculated decisions and wrong headed intentions. People can like them, that's fine I'm not saying they can't, it's just it's hard to like them when these interpretations that they like are guided by a system that doesn't seem to like or get superheroes. If you do, then okay. I just don't understand how you can.