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Of the three main costumes worn by Robin in the Joel Schumacher Batman films, which is your favourite?

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Re: Favourite Chris O’Donnell Robin Costume?
« Reply #10 on: Fri, 17 Feb 2017, 08:30 »
I don’t think it would have been a problem seeing the green and red outfit next to Clooney’s costume.  As Catwoman says, the Clooney suit is blue. It’s actually a lighter colour than Robin’s Nightwing suit, which is rather odd when you think about it – Batman is wearing a lighter coloured costume than Robin.


Agreed. Robin could have started with the classic colours, and later "upgraded" to his black Nightwing suit.

I prefer the BF because it was a 90s update of the classic Robin look. Also, IMO the Nightwing suit looks better without a cape.




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Re: Favourite Chris O’Donnell Robin Costume?
« Reply #11 on: Fri, 17 Feb 2017, 12:05 »
Those are excellent comparison pics, Azrael. Did you create them yourself?

Also, IMO the Nightwing suit looks better without a cape.

I was just thinking the other day that it would be interesting to see what the Nightwing suit looked like with the cape detached. Ideally with the person wearing it brandishing Escrima sticks.

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Re: Favourite Chris O’Donnell Robin Costume?
« Reply #12 on: Sat, 18 Feb 2017, 06:35 »
Thanks, yes, these were edited to contrast the BF Robin suit with Clooney's blue outfit. Hope I got the heights right. Here's an edit with cape removed.



There are batsuit workshops that manufacture a version of the Nightwing suit which is basically a modified B&R design.




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Re: Favourite Chris O’Donnell Robin Costume?
« Reply #13 on: Sat, 18 Feb 2017, 13:38 »
You’ve got some ace picture editing skills. That image on the right is beautiful. It’s the perfect live action Nightwing costume. Imagine if Dick had worn the classic green and red outfit right up until the scene with the Robin-signal, only to then emerge from the armoury wearing this and proclaiming himself ‘Nightwing’.


It makes me wish Warner Bros had gone ahead and made that Nightwing spinoff they were developing in the late nineties. I expect they would’ve learned from the mistakes of B&R and opted for a tone more in line with that of the Burton films. We could have seen O’Donnell’s Nightwing take to the rooftops of Blüdhaven to begin his solo career. A lesser known comic villain like Blockbuster would have been perfect for the antagonist, while Michael Gough’s Alfred could have appeared in a supporting role. There’s no way it would have been worse than the 2004 Catwoman movie. It would have given fans something to tide them over while they awaited the Nolan reboot, as well as offering O'Donnell a more dignified send-off from the franchise.

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Re: Favourite Chris O’Donnell Robin Costume?
« Reply #14 on: Sat, 18 Feb 2017, 17:40 »
Catwoman was a missed opportunity.  Not saying it's a bad movie, it may have its fans.  It just has nothing to do with the comics.  I don't know why WB went with that script.

 

    
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