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Why do you constantly feel the need to write long explanations about Anne Hathaway/Nolan's Catwoman? It's almost like you're defending her against nothing. Can't you just post and keep your opinions to yourself? Anne really is not the best Selina to everyone, and there's more of things involving Selina other than TDKR. Could you please start posting more comic panels and maybe even, dare I say, good fan art?? I've seen next to none if Darwyn Cooke's Catwoman. What gives?
Actually, I only feel the need to on the occasion. Even so, I won’t apologise for it; I know my followers tend to appreciate those posts, and if not then they can easily skip them since said posts are few, or unfollow the blog if they really prefer.
Granted I’ve a TDKR bias at the moment, but overall I have always aimed to keep this blog diverse—perhaps because of the recent home release, there’ve been a lot more TDKR posts in general to reblog. That said, I’ve posted just as many comic and fan art posts, if you check their tags.
I know the current blog layout is not ideal for finding things, so I appreciate your comment. There are a few coding changes I will be making soon to make that task much easier for newcomers and seasoned followers alike.
I love how this introduction scene also doubled as a “take that!” to all the sceptics re: the casting of Selina/Catwoman. You can see the clumsy, grinning, awkward and overexcited typecast Anne Hathaway of old, and then a few moments later a character totally transformed. It sets the foundation for a consistently brilliant performance by Anne.
You could’ve gone anywhere. Been anything. But you came back here.
Yes, Robin, Batman and Catwoman are going to be busy for a while.
Lucky for Selina. Anyone else and it would have been just creepy.