For all the ones who would need some enlightenment about Micheal Keaton, he’s considered the true cinematic Batman. He portrayed the role in Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989 and Batman and Batman Returns in 1992. We are trying to decide if he could make a comeback with the DC animated version of Batman Beyond?

The series takes place at a point where Keaton has retired and passes on the mantel to Terry McGinnis. Not to mention that the Wayne played by him will be seen mentoring the young hero and be his benefactor too. Living in solitude for years and has toughened him up and turned Wayne into a recluse. This was almost the same during the Batman days, as well. Here’s a fan-art by Bosslogic that depicts Keaton as an older Bruce Wayne.

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Fans have taken to social media to demand that they see the star in the animated series. Some even stepped the bar up by creating sample graphics to show how well Keaton would fit into the role of an aged Bruce Wayne. We do know that Keaton is a part of MCU as he will be seen as the villain, the Vulture in Spiderman: Homecoming. Spiderman star Tim Holland quips about a certain scene from the movie where he’s helping the star from a situation and Keaton’s character asks him why that does. Tim says, ‘Cus I’m spiderman’ to which Keaton’s simple reply was, ‘I’m Batman!’ Tim Holland remembers working with him as an amazing and unforgettable experience.

Watch out this space to stay updated about Micheal Keaton and ‘Batman Beyond’ series.

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