The Official Batman (1989) Thread - Part 3

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  1. Kane52630

    Kane52630 Something's gotta stop the flow

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    I tried to make it to where it's not really small width wise.
     
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  2. Marx

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    I like the mash-up pics. I'm not a fan of the Keaton/Hathaway one though. As much as I love Anne, her Catwoman pales in comparison to Michelle's.
     
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  3. ThePhantasm

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    My favorite of the mash-ups is Heath's Joker wearing the sunglasses.
     
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  5. Rodrigo90

    Rodrigo90 Wink wink ;)

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    That'sore like a cross between Scarecrow and Tom Baker's Doctor Who.
     
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  6. regwec

    regwec Make Mine Marble

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    Most Tim Burton designs do. We can count ourselves lucky that Batman was wearing a cape and not a raincoat.
     
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  7. Senator Pleasury

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    I read we had more chances of that with Nolan. Burton loves capes. I read he saw Batman visually as Phantom of the Opera.
     
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  8. regwec

    regwec Make Mine Marble

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    Yes, I was just embellishing the point. There is a very defined "Burton" typology for character designs.
     
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  9. Comics N' Toons

    Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    I always thought this was a unique and very stylish way to represent the Bat-symbol. As far as not showing it anywhere else but in the film, the actual symbol is trademarked and DC and WB had to use the familiar symbol in marketing.

    The film as a whole is a masterpiece and one of my favorite films of all time!
     
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  10. Senator Pleasury

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    Loved it. I would have kept it for the next movies. Looks like a bat and less like a caricature than the usual one.
     
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  11. Kane52630

    Kane52630 Something's gotta stop the flow

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    by Jakob Staermose
     
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  12. GREEN =w= DAY

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    :wow:

    that's awesome! is that piece available anywhere but all 3 put together?
     
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  13. Travesty

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    The same artist did those for BTTF, except every poster was a different version of the Delorean for each part of the series.

    Edit: Ahhh, I just looked it up. It's a different artist. Maybe he just used a similar design layout?
     
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  14. Two-Face

    Two-Face Harvey Dent

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    That's awesome!
     
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  15. Comics N' Toons

    Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    i like it also. Very nice work. The 89 Batmobile is the greatest car of all time!

    FOUND THIS:



    [​IMG]
     
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  16. ShaneHelms

    ShaneHelms CS Model 101

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    That just says: The Dark Knight!
     
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  18. Pfeiffer-Pfan

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    Apart from the bendy ear... but we can forgive that.
     
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  19. Rodrigo90

    Rodrigo90 Wink wink ;)

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    Nah, that's just killed everything for me :o
     
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  20. Doc Ock

    Doc Ock The Spider-Totem Awakens

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    He's wearing his flying suit, the ears flap so he can fly. Thats why its bendy. :o
     
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  21. Blitzkrieg Bop

    Blitzkrieg Bop Fight Owens Fight

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    Did Batman specifically make that thing to crush testicles?
     
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  22. BatLobsterRises

    BatLobsterRises Lobsterized

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    I think he wanted to grate testicles like a block of cheese.
     
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  23. regwec

    regwec Make Mine Marble

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    I bet you chaps have an interesting search history. ;)
     
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  24. Comics N' Toons

    Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    As much as I love the Batsuits in the movies, I've always wondered why Foam Latex? The cowl and cape could have stayed the same, why not use a different material for the costume?
     
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  25. CConn

    CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    I just happened to look it up...

    Adjusted for inflation, B89 is the third highest grossing superhero movie of all time. Behind only The Avengers and The Dark Knight.

    Even unadjusted, it's still the 13th highest grossing film. Which is pretty impressive, I think, considering we've had at least 2 superhero movies release every year for the past decade now.
     
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