Last night we received our very important first look with Robert Pattinson as the newest live-action incarnation of Batman suitable. A look is a diplomatic word for it, frankly – quietly shot, lit red and barely lit, we haven't seen much of this new Batman. Not even a full bonnet! But we've seen enough to sort it out according to a very important part of the Batman look. His lips.
The Batcowl masks Bruce Wayne from the world around him, but she shows us the window to the bat soul. N ot eyes because honestly it was always a mistake that Batman had normal eyes with live action instead of trying to do the white covers. Instead we have Batman's lips . Batlips are crucial for bat aesthetics. You are the way Batman has to address friend and foe alike – what is a dark knight without a grimace, grin or growl? The head that carries the hood is heavy, but once it is put on, the lip that has … lips is heavy? Anyway, we took a look at RBatz's lips, and frankly, reader, that's enough to bring him in line with his cinematic ancestors and see where he was in this important Aspect of the Batman face stands.  Some basic rules for disclosure: Batmen are only included for television. Adam West comes with the greatest Batman film of all time Batman: The Movie but Gotham from & # 39; Brucie David Mazouz and legendary animated Batman Kevin Conroy, who portrayed live action Bruce Wayne in  Crisis on Infinite Earths are not found here. It is also crucial that this is not a ranking of bare lips, but Bat lips. The context is important, the way Bruce Wayne wears as Bruce Wayne and Batman differs, and therefore for scientific purposes it's about the lips in the context of Batman – that Outfit, the hood, the brooding .
So without further ado: Batman's lips.
8) Robert Pattinson (The Batman)
Maybe it's unfair – after all, we have hardly seen them in action. They are dimly lit. But these are some fairly thin lips for a Batman, and neither the context nor the soft bonnet do them a favor. Outside the hood, maybe in cold daylight, these lips could shine. But in Batman's arena of choice, in the dark, in his mask? Ratz doesn't quite hang.
7) Ben Affleck (Batman against Superman, suicide squad, Justice League)
Good structure here – the upper lip even has the shape of a small bat logo ! – is unfortunately disappointed by the fact that the lips are quite small and get lost in a normal bat. Batfleck's hood does not generally flatter him but those square, sharp lips may go better with this armored suit of this Batman than with his standard costume.
6) Robert Lowery (Batman and Robin)
The hood and its sad, slack ears made the very first live action Batman not a lot of favors, but man, even then. These are some almost excruciatingly full lips. It's too much, combined with a tight, almost warped state of rest. A batman for the duck lip era, about half a century before his time.
5) Christian Bale (Batman begins, the dark knight, the dark knight rises)
The majority of the Batmen so far they have had quite a lot thin lips, but Bale & # 39; s Batman strikes a fine line between good, long lip texture and fullness to create some very solid batlips. In the middle of the street an all-rounder, a lip master of nothing.
4) George Clooney (Batman & Robin)
Like Affleck, there is a good structure here, albeit thanks to this thin upper lip to get out of balance. But not only their larger size fills the unmasked area, their sharp lines are also supplemented, no, accentuated by their own strict edges of the bonnet. Lips that work with the bonnet in tight bat harmony.