For What It's Worth: My Look at "Batman: The Line."

Recently I received an email from Henry Tripson, the writer/director of a fan film called Batman:The Line asking me to take a look at it. The film has already been a featured selection at The Superman Celebration, Florida Supercon's Geek Film Festival, Renovation, and will be shown at the Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival on October 8th.

The film takes place during the issues of Batman #424 and #425. At the end of #424, Jason Todd had either pushed or forced a serial rapist to jump to his death. The film deals with Bruce trying to reason with Jason saying that killing a bad guy is not a line you can cross. I had already discussed the Jason Todd issue, and believe it was at this point Bruce started thinking he was failing him. Unfortunately, Jason would be dead a couple of issues later.

I thought the film was really good. A very well-written, very much in character of Bruce, Jason, and someone else (I'm not telling....). Don't take my word for it, see for yourself...

If you want to know more about the history of this project or stay up to date, visit Henry's website at The film also has a Facebook page.

Thank you Henry for finding us and letting us know about your film. Continued success my friend!

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