Keaton was very specifically the Batman of my childhood and I will always love him and his portrayal, and still enjoy it. Bale bridged from my teens to adulthood and I feel the movies with him met the more mature tastes for Batman stories that I had been craving. I will say Bale is my favourite, he is the one to beat. Due to ludicrous contractual dealings before we even see the product, Affleck is set as Batman, so it’s not like he will be a one-off like Kilmer or Clooney. He will definitively be the Batman of my adult years, of late 20s, early 30s— whether I like it or not. I’m still on the fence. I hope for the best. I think it’s interesting they’ve chosen to show Batman in his older years…his approach to it could be something unique. For now though, I’ll sit comfortably where I am. On the fence. That’s where I’ll be if you need me.
"Introduce a little anarchy”
Joker & Harley
We’re hungry; beware of our appetite.