When you look at Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever in comparison to Tim Burton’s Batman and Batman Returns, it’s not exactly a challenge to see a glaring difference in tone. While the Caped Crusaders’ late ’80s/early 90s big screen adventures were darker and edgier, Schumacher’s 1995 blockbuster famously went in a more goofy, campy direction – embracing the legacy created by the Adam West Batman series from the 1960s. It’s an odd transition in the character’s pop culture legacy, but what makes the whole thing even stranger is that there is apparently a much different version more in line with Burton’s features.

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