Would be the most logical choice, Bane in Knightfall was pretty much Wayne's equal and was written as a genius with superior strength and such. The really interesting thing from KF is what came after the event that puts Batman out of action.
The Venom storyline, where he goes on the roids because he failed to save a kid also has some merit.
Definitely without him. The only "heroic" character in Chris Nolan's Batman series is the Dark Knight himself.
I think you mean superheroic. Or with super powers. Many of the humans are heroes. The D.A before he is driven insane. Commissioner Gordon. His on/off ''girlfriend." Some of the police force and even the regular people sometimes step up.
Of course Batman is a Super Hero without actual super powers. And Chris says there are no real super powered people in his Universe.
Very skeptical about anything Miller puts out these days. I know Grant Morrison had given some criticism related to the project.
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With IDW Publishing's line of Artist's Edition books celebrating the work of comics' greatest artists by reproducing their work at full, unaltered size, it is only appropriate that the man whose name is on the industry's top award should receive this premiere treatment.
Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW announced "Will Eisner's The Spirit: Artist's Edition," to be published in 2012. This marked the third new Artist's Edition volume announced at the show, with an October-shipping book devoted to Wally Wood revealed on Wednesday and "John Romita, Sr.'s Amazing Spider-Man" on Thursday. Scott Dunbier, the IDW editor behind the Artist's Edition line, spoke exclusively with Comic Book Resources about the project.
As with "John Romita, Sr.'s Amazing Spider-Man: Artist's Edition," the selection of Spirit stories for the Eisner edition has not yet been finalized. "Denis Kitchen, who is the agent for the estate, and I are going through the 'Spirit' books and picking out which stories we would like to see included," Dunbier said. Kitchen, an artist and former publisher, was a friend of Eisner's and has preserved much of the artist's work in addition to representing his estate. This helped ensure that an Artist's Edition would be possible, as Dunbier has noted that access to original artwork is a key requirement for producing the books.