I wouldn't say this is exactly outrage campaign, like Marve's. It's a bit different.
King wanted this to be a small thing, a part (climax?) of his batman as a depressed loser run.
The problem was editorial 1)allowing the story and 2) avdertising as a big thing, while it was a small thing. A part of King's narrative, nothing more. Another example, of the many in his run.
Something so small shouldn't have had such big coverage, but I think it was more>since we're letting him do it, might as well milk it
than>let's create outrage, because any publicity is good publicity.
But they should never have let him do it.
Batman's wedding should be a big thing.
Something to stand on its own.
It's not separated by commas from whatever examples that fit his narrative of batman whichever writer is writing him at the time has already pushed.
It's a single sentence, ending with a period that is just about Bruce's and Selina's wedding, nothing else.
If it's handled differently, it's shit and disrespectful to the character, with regard to his position in the DC universe, in the industry and the fans.
It was a mistake to cheapen the concept of Bruce and Selina's marriage to the point of it being just one of the things King did to show how his batman is.
Batman's wedding should go beyond the individual writer and be about Batman, as he's been crystallized as a character.
I am pleased with my post.