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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Banner View Post
    I actually liked Affleck's suit a lot... in fact for me it was the best of the movie Bat suits to date.
    I would agree with that, though none of them "wowed" me. You make a good point about a composite suit and some Arkham skins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprytel View Post
    What does Superman have to do with anything? Superman is effectively invulnerable. Batman is just a normal human being who fights people who have guns (or worse).
    What does the length of the film have to do with anything? 6 minutes or 120...what difference does it make? If the suit looks good and works it's irrelevant. Is there some reason they can't make a suit that looks like the one I posted and simply say it's armored underneath? Bulletproof material? No. No there is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enyawd72 View Post
    What does the length of the film have to do with anything? 6 minutes or 120...what difference does it make? If the suit looks good and works it's irrelevant. Is there some reason they can't make a suit that looks like the one I posted and simply say it's armored underneath? Bulletproof material? No. No there is not.
    I clearly misunderstood your point. When you said a "serious Batman", I took that as "a Batman that could exist in the real world without straining our suspension of disbelief" (like the Nolan Batman). If your point is just that it is possible to make the classic costume look good on screen, and then explain it away with "Mr. Stark made me these magic jammies"... that is obviously the Marvel strategy and it works just fine too.

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    I like the look. And glad it stands apart from previous versions

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    a really professional piece of fan art ,
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    Like the music, like that they’re reportedly going to have Batman do some actual detective work. I hope the rumor that the new Batmobile is more muscle car than tank.
    As for the Suit...if it does look like the fan art above, I can live with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain View Post
    Like the music, like that they’re reportedly going to have Batman do some actual detective work. I hope the rumor that the new Batmobile is more muscle car than tank.
    As for the Suit...if it does look like the fan art above, I can live with it.
    Yeah, the suit looks much better in that pic.

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    Unfortunately, there's zero chance they white his eyes out.

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    Man, I think he looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hector View Post
    The best live action Batman I’ve ever seen is in Sandy Collora’s fan film short, Batman: Dead End...played by Clark Bartram...



    Walter Koenig’s late son, Andrew, as the Joker, was pretty damn good too...
    Couldn't agree more.
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