Batman has been an institution in the world of comic books since the medium's early beginnings in the late 1930s, and as a result, he's one of the characters who have been around longer than nearly every other. When a character exists for so long, inevitably, they will have to change, and not always for the better.
After all, Batman has been around for more than 80 years, and in all that time, he's been illustrated and written by hundreds of different people. Whether he's been in a comic, novel, television show, cartoon, or feature film, he's progressed over the years, and the fans don't always embrace change.
Fans can be die-hard supporters of their favorite characters, but the second something changes just a little bit, they can vocally and angrily rage-quit the character, the series, and even the publisher - if they're mad enough. It happens all the time, and it can happen for just about anything.
Whether it's the news that Ben Affleck was going to play DC's Dark Knight or a slight tweak to Batman's costume, you can rest assured someone rage quit Batman somewhere in the world.
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