A celebration of Tim Burton’s groundbreaking film — 30 years later…
One of the greatest superhero films ever was released to the general public on June 23, 1989 — Tim Burton’s Batman.
It was a long and crazy journey to get there, as fans well know, and the cinematic landscape was forever altered in the blockbuster’s aftermath.
Over the next week, we’ll be publishing a series of retrospectives and celebrations spotlighting various aspects of a movie that was less a film and more a pop-culture phenomenon.
Below, you’ll find links to our coverage and we’ll be updating as we go. So make sure you bookmark this post and keep checking back daily. (As a bonus, I’ve also included links to other recent coverage.)
— 13 THINGS You Might Not Know About BATMAN ’89. Click here.
— How the BATMAN ’89 Comics Adaptation Improves Upon the Movie. Click here.
— 13 THINGS I Still Love About BATMAN ’89 (Mostly). Click here.
— SAM HAMM Explains Why ROBIN Was Cut From BATMAN ’89. Click here.
— JACK NICHOLSON’S 13 Best JOKER Quotes — RANKED. Click here.
— The TOP 13 Wonderful BATMAN ’89 Toys — RANKED. Click here.
— BATMAN ’89: An Appreciation, by STEVE ENGLEHART. Click here.
— BATMAN ’89 Movie Adaptation to Get Deluxe Hardcover. Click here.
— SAM HAMM: The Comic Books That Inspired BATMAN ’89. Click here.