Agent Richard07 wrote:
We all know that Batman isn't real, but part of the fun is imagining he could be real.
Exactly. What if Batman or any other superhero were
real? That's the fun you get with a more naturalistic approach.
In the '90s Batman
TAS was consistently far better than what was being done live-action. That creative group got it. It was animation and yet they respected the subject matter, and fans in general, better than Burton and Schumacher.
And Batman in animation is still good and more generally consistent with what Nolan is doing.