Reports from sources close to the production of The Flash assure the existence of a Batman suit similar to the one in the comics in Michael Keaton’s Batcave
One of the films that has generated the most expectation within the DC Extended Universe is The Flash, which will feature the return of Michael Keaton as Batman, who would have an iconic suit from the history of the Dark Knight.
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Early Batman costume designs gave us a suit with gray spandex, while the gloves, cape and mask are blue, something that has been preserved for over 80 years in comics.
The only thing that has changed is the design of the bat logo, which between the 60’s and 90’s was accompanied by a yellow oval.
In the cinema, all the Batman sagas have chosen to wear black suits, which gives the Dark Knight a presence.
CBR reproduces a report from insiders in the production, who confirm that during the filming of The Flash movie it was possible to see inside the Batcave facilities
I asked my guy and he doesn’t remember, but said Keaton has a blue version in his closet of suits
— KC Walsh (@TheComixKid) June 17, 2022
“I asked my guy and he doesn’t remember but he said Keaton has a blue version in his suit closet”, indicates a message from the KC Walsh account.
Images of the prototype Batman suit that Michael Keaton was going to use in Batman 3. pic.twitter.com/UYhrWcywLw
— The Planet Comics (@ThePlanetComics) December 24, 2014
For a third Batman film, which Tim Burton no longer directed, a gray armor was prepared which was no longer developed with the departure, first of Burton and then of Keaton from the project.
The Flash will hit theaters on June 23, 2023.
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