contains spoilers for Batman: The Dark Knight, Batman: Origins, and Batman: Return of the Joker.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with the talented writer of the critically acclaimed, award-winning, and critically acclaimed Dark Knight Returns, Alan Moore.
We talked about what it was like writing Batman: Rebirth and what it is like for an artist to write a Batman comic that was so heavily influenced by the film’s story.
What were some of the inspirations for the story?
Alan Moore: Well, I was thinking about how many times Batman had to fight for his life.
I thought that it was going to be a tough fight for the characters.
And I thought about how he was a young man, in the 70s, fighting the forces of darkness.
I think that’s the reason he’s so relatable, because he’s going through the same thing.
So I thought it would be a great way to get to that point and to explore this theme of what it means to be human.
I just think it would have been really fun to have him fight in the way that he does.
So, I had some of my favorite things in the book, because I think he’s the only Batman that has that power, which is just a tremendous power.
And then he’s fighting the Man of Steel.
I don’t know if that’s what it feels like to be in the middle of this fight, to be fighting with this guy, but it does feel like it is, which I think is really exciting.
The way that we did that story, with Superman and Batman fighting, is something that I really enjoyed doing, and I think it made for an incredible, memorable story.
What was it like for you to write that story?
Moore: That was a lot of fun, and it’s one of the things that I enjoy about doing stories.
You’re just sitting down and doing this and it becomes this big thing that’s happening.
And it’s something that you just do, and you’re just trying to do as many things as you can to try to capture as much of this as you possibly can.
And the way we did it was really cool.
So when I had this idea for the Man Of Steel, and when I was writing the Batman story, I felt that the character that I had in mind was Superman.
And so the Man Androids had come and they were trying to make Superman their man, and they wanted to get rid of Batman, so it was this sort of crazy, weird, dark thing.
And this was the character who I thought was going in that direction, so I had a great time trying to find the perfect way to take him, to bring him to life.
And that was one of my favourite aspects of it.
So the Man Who Laughs was a really cool one, too, because it was a comic that I loved so much.
And they had done a comic called The Joker, and that was kind of a funny, fun one too, so that was another one that was really fun.
Alan Moore, on Batman: Arkham Origins.
Alan is the creator of many of the Batman characters, including Batman, Robin, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn.
He has also worked on Batman Unlimited, Batman Beyond, and other DC properties, including Justice League Unlimited.
The Man Who Killed The Joker is the antagonist of the film Batman: Gotham Knight.
Who would you say is the biggest influence on your work as a writer?
Alan: It’s probably the biggest inspiration I think would be Jim Shooter.
He’s just one of those guys who just has an amazing ability to capture emotion in his characters and bring them to life in a way that I think most people would not expect.
I’ve seen so many things that have been done with him, and so many people who’ve done his work, that he has really been able to capture it in such a way.
And he’s really just amazing.
I have always had that same feeling that I always get when I read something and it doesn’t feel like I’m seeing a character’s emotion, or something that they’re doing.
So Jim is one of a kind.
And, yeah, I would definitely say that Jim Shooter is definitely my biggest influence, and he’s just a really talented guy.
I mean, I just really enjoyed working with him on Batman.
So his work on Batman, Batman Unlimited and other characters, was just so much fun.
He did an amazing job, and we just kept working.
What kind of advice would you give someone starting out on a comic book book or writing a story?
There are so many different ways that someone can start, and there are so few really good ways.
So that’s definitely a good way to start.
But I would say that the biggest thing is to make sure that