Loc: Alpharetta, GA
Yeah, the opaque eye covers like the comic would be much creepier.The black around the eyes is getting old but I guess it beats looking cross-eyed like Adam West did. Did you notice in The Incredibles, they also did the black around the eyes? Like a superhero doesn't have enough trouble changing from his civvies. Now he has to take time to apply eye-blackener and hope he doesn't forget to remove it when he changes back.<br><br>
Loc: United States
And did notice at the end of 'Batman Returns' when he reveals himself to Michelle Pfieffer, and he not wearing the eye black *right* before he rips the mask off?<br><br>That was a real cringe moment, IMO...<br><br>Back in Black...
Covering up the eyes takes away the ability to see the expression of the eyes. It would be a big mistake to go THAT much comic bookish. <br><br>No, leaving the eyes visible keeps batman human and we can relate to him.<br><br>
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