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  • This month marks the 30th anniversary of Tim Burton's Batman. 1 / 9

  • The film inspired a new generation of fans and was a massive box office success. 2 / 9

  • In addition to its contemporary success, the film inspired countless comic book creators. 3 / 9

  • DC Comics is open to continuing the Burton era iteration of Batman in comic form. 4 / 9

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  • The publisher has previously had success with comic stories continuing Adam West's Batman. 5 / 9

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  • Co-publisher Jim Lee revealed that creators tell him the 1989 film got them into comics. 6 / 9

  • The publisher receives pitches to potentially continue the cinematic universe's story. 7 / 9

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  • The 1989 film received a 1992 sequel in Batman Returns, which introduced Catwoman. 8 / 9

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