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If you watch either the most recent animated series or read the "Dark Knight" comics, you'd see that the Batman series is NOT always focused on humor, nor is it always targeted towards kids.
Go listen to Kevin Smith's interview with Mark Hamill (the voice of the Joker) on the "Fatman on Batman" podcast - I guarantee your perception of Batman as only a humorous character will be shattered. Or you can read the "New 52" series currently out - that is so dark it makes the Dark Knight series look like the 60s series (which Bob Kane hated because of how ridiculous it made everything).
You're the effing man tntoak. Im so happy to agree with every word you just said.
Robert Redford makes beautiful movies, but a few have had poor plots.
Stephen Frears older movies were really good.
Obviously, Frank Darabont. Terry Gilliam, Edward Zwick, and Bryan Singer's low budget stuff are all fantastic as well.
Tntoak - no offense, but you misread what I said.
I didn't say Batman or Bruce Wayne was a humorous character. I said what humor he DID have was removed.
Yeah, tell 'em steve dave!
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