Burton had Napier get a sadistic kick out of shooting some folks and taunting a kid. Nolan had an understandable escalation of an unstable situation to unintentional murder with Joe Chill. Johns and others have suggested that the murder was planned and executed by some criminal or corrupt element of the city. So how do you hope Gotham handles the circumstances on Crime Alley? I've always preferred Chill/Nameless Thug's crime to be a botched robbery with no external connections. It enhances the random nature of the crime and makes it easier to sympathize with Bruce. However, the pics displaying the murder from the show seem to have the killer quietly walking away after a quick, hitman-like shooting of both parents, implying directed violence. Some have mentioned the idea that Carmine Falcone calling for the hit would make dramatic sense and have an ironic twist thanks to Thomas Wayne having saved Falcone's life in the past. So what do you think?