The most recent 'Comic Con@Home' event has proven a goldmine for fans, with tonnes of tales of 'what could have been', planned sequels that never happened and alternate takes on established properties.
One of the panels that caught my eye involved Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Co-Writer David S. Goyer. He was questioned at length about his involvement in the Batman movies, an al... Read More
I thought I would watch the evolution of The Dark Knight on our movie screens, starting in 1989. Before then, there was the Batman '66 movie, based on the popular television show, but as that was a continuation of the show and not a creatively original project, I thought it best to start with Tim Burton's take.