Batman finale good enough; “Returns-Part 2″ stays true to Frank Miller classic Nevin Jones | writer In 1986, Frank Miller radically changed the way people viewed Batman with “The Dark Knight Returns.” He took the “World’s Greatest Detective” and dragged him down into the gritty, dark streets of Gotham. His depictions of Batman and the Joker are the origin of the more mature characters we know today. In September 2012, Warner Brothers Animation released “The Dark Knight Returns: Part 1,” which features the first two books of Frank Miller’s original story. It was a good translation of the source material featuring gorgeous visuals and a solid voice cast. However, even though it features the best…
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