wataru wrote:BUT MILLER'S WORK DID NOT MOLD HOW BATMAN'S CHARACTER CHANGED POST-BURTON FILMS.
Who. The skreeonk. CARES. Nobody is talking about this dude. Good God, you are thick.
irrelevant wall of text
If you bothered to read the canonical Batman comics from 1989 to 1993, you'd see that Burton's Batman is an evolution of the canonical Batman, NOT Miller's. He doesnt even resemble Miller's Batman. And Batman was physically changed to resemble Burton's Batman when Bruce Wayne came back from his injuries.
There are those years again. What does this have to do with how Miller's work influenced the tone of Burton's first
film? The answer is nothing at all.
Unless you've actually READ the 1989-1993 Batman comics, you have NO LEG to stand on when trying to say what influenced them. I have, it's Burton's writings. Burton did not C&P Miller, he didnt "trace" Miller, he didnt keep anything but some of the angsty feel of the books with a more serious note and focusing more on crime and less on sensation crimes.
WOW. Where the skreeonk did I say that?
You're putting words in my mouth (and in others) and ranting and raving about shit that isn't even relevant to the original point, that there was an obvious influence in tone
with Burton's film, in comparison to Miller's work. That's all I've been saying. Why is this so incredibly hard for you to understand? WHY?