You are too stupid to talk to people, especially cutting into a discussion and derailing this beside any sensible point.>You claimed Batman as an example of dark capeshit that stands out from the rest.
He IS an example of dark capeshit, unless you want to contest that.
I never claimed that he STANDS OUT from the rest.
Moreover, I WOULD argue that he DOES NOT STAND OUT, because there is a lot of dark and broody examples, not necessarily prevailing in the whole lifespan of a given character, still valid.
Batman being merely the most prominent.
I never claimed that batman is unflinchingly dark n moody in all of his instances, nor do I have to make that claim, because it does not change my point, it supports my point.
On top of that, I didn't even have to bring that example, because the reasonable person that I was talking with, readily admitted himself that capeshit is only GENERALLY happy and colorful, thus obviously acknowledging the opposite instances as well.
Whether it is GENERALLY true in the last decades, is something that is not apparent in my opinion.
TRADITIONALLY would be perhaps more suiting a term.
I only gave the example of batman, because he is the most popular comic book character yet fitting the description that was supposed to ridicule the dark n broody character trope.
MY WHOLE point is that there is place for all kinds of tone in any kind of medium, for any character, Batman being of silly lighthearted tone at certain points of his "career" is something that argues MY POINT.
Thus it's ok to try making a darker Superman movie.
Maybe read beyond a single phrase next time, or ask for clarification if it's too hard to grasp the meaning of words.
Holy shit how do you even understand capeshit writing.
Now what is YOUR point?