I've always maintained that how Batman is perceived in the DCU is relevant to how he styles himself. In the early days, his color scheme was black and grey, but as the years progressed, he got progressively more into it, until he's colored and drawn how you see him today. He'll always be Batman, AND more importantly, he'll always be Bruce Wayne.
Remember when superheroes wore their tights under their clothes? Me neither :) I met a costumer at Con, who agreed with me on several points. Maybe I'll ask her if it's practical to return to that trend.
So, where were we? You know where I am. Or by now, you should. Just
In any case, over the next few days, I'll give my random rants on what took place while I was otherwise involved with what has become hashtagged #SDCC, or, for the right-handed people, Comic Con International, 2010 edition. You can probably find most of the same opinions elsewhere, however, you won't get my unique take. Hilights include, an interview with @ActionFlickChick herself, Katrina Hill.
72 and sunny in Redondo Beach.
Or, is it? :)