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July 20, 2012

New York Film Academy Presents 70 Years of Batman

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony


Let’s take another look at the history of the Caped Crusader in film. I know I somewhat beat on that horse already with my super cool, award deserving,  and best written post on the history of Batman on film but what about getting all that information in a nice digestible visual infographic? The fine folks over at the New York Film Academy were up to the task and created said infographic for all of our ocular ingestion!


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Check it out:



batman infographic by nyfa film school
Infographic by New York Film Academy, an International Film School
Kudos to the film school for putting this together for us. Which interpretation of Batman was your favorite? Like I have to guess

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  • snooch2dnooch

    There’s a lot of errors in this infographic.

  • sam

    I would’ve liked to see a nod to “Year One” in there. Kinda skipped over the 80’s comics.

  • MichaelJ McDade

     Hey person who posted this, I hope I’m not the first to tell you that your missing the Batman look from the animated series known as “The Batman” and also from “Batman the Brave and the Bold”, which was the last animated Batman series on TV. There might be another Batman that your missing in ways of the animated shows but these two Batmans I’m certain your missing. Thanks for the timeline it was good except for the missing parts.@

  • dRadnev

    I like Nolan’s trilogy the most. The Animated Series wasn’t that bad too, Mark Hamill does an amazing job there…

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