This hasn't stopped them from blatantly meddling not only in the film adaptations but in the comics themselves, trying to recast the whole pantheon in the image of Nolan's Batman and in turn rendering the DC superheroes all but unrecognizable.
Huh? Give me one example. Here are the non-Batman live-action DC superhero films that have come out since Batman Begins
Please explain to me how any one of those was in any way influenced by Nolan's Batman. Superman Returns
was an overly fannish homage to the Richard Donner Superman films. Watchmen
was a slavish adaptation of the comics. Jonah Hex
was, reportedly, a supernatural-themed Western that resembled Will Smith's Wild Wild West
more than anything else. And Green Lantern
was a garish, larger-than-life space opera. There's no Nolan influence in any of those. And there didn't seem to be any in the David Kelley Wonder Woman
TV pilot either.
The only DC properties in live action to show any influence from the Nolan Batfilms are the upcoming Man of Steel
produced by Nolan himself, which is getting very positive advance reviews, and Arrow
on television, which is one of the biggest hits of the season.