All 25 Live-Action Batsuits Ranked from Worst to Best – (Includes Flash 2023)

There are now 25 live-action Batman costumes…so we gotta rank them. It’s an obligation at this point, but one I have a lot of fun with.
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Batman[a] is a superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, and debuted in the 27th issue of the comic book Detective Comics on March 30, 1939. In the DC Universe continuity, Batman is the alias of Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and industrialist who resides in Gotham City. Batman’s origin story features him swearing vengeance against criminals after witnessing the murder of his parents Thomas and Martha as a child, a vendetta tempered with the ideal of justice. He trains himself physically and intellectually, crafts a bat-inspired persona, and monitors the Gotham streets at night. Kane, Finger, and other creators accompanied Batman with supporting characters, including his sidekicks Robin and Batgirl; allies Alfred Pennyworth, James Gordon, and Catwoman; and foes such as the Penguin, the Riddler, Two-Face, and his archenemy, the Joker.

Kane conceived Batman in early 1939 to capitalize on the popularity of DC’s Superman; although Kane frequently claimed sole creation credit, Finger substantially developed the concept from a generic superhero into something more bat-like. The character received his own spin-off publication, Batman, in 1940. Batman was originally introduced as a ruthless vigilante who frequently killed or maimed criminals, but evolved into a character with a stringent moral code and strong sense of justice. Unlike most superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers, instead relying on his intellect, fighting skills, and wealth. The 1960s Batman television series used a camp aesthetic, which continued to be associated with the character for years after the show ended. Various creators worked to return the character to his darker roots in the 1970s and 1980s, culminating with the 1986 miniseries The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller.

DC has featured Batman in many comic books, including comics published under its imprints such as Vertigo and Black Label. The longest-running Batman comic, Detective Comics, is the longest-running comic book in the United States. Batman is frequently depicted alongside other DC superheroes, such as Superman and Wonder Woman, as a member of organizations such as the Justice League and the Outsiders. In addition to Bruce Wayne, other characters have taken on the Batman persona on different occasions, such as Jean-Paul Valley / Azrael in the 1993–1994 “Knightfall” story arc; Dick Grayson, the first Robin, from 2009 to 2011; and Jace Fox, son of Wayne’s ally Lucius, as of 2021.[4] DC has also published comics featuring alternate versions of Batman, including the incarnation seen in The Dark Knight Returns and its successors, the incarnation from the Flashpoint (2011) event, and numerous interpretations from Elseworlds stories.

One of the most iconic characters in popular culture, Batman has been listed among the greatest comic book superheroes and fictional characters ever created. He is one of the most commercially successful superheroes, and his likeness has been licensed and featured in various media and merchandise sold around the world; this includes toy lines such as Lego Batman and video games like the Batman: Arkham series. Batman has been adapted in live-action and animated incarnations, including the 1960s Batman television series played by Adam West and in film by Michael Keaton in Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), and The Flash (2023), Val Kilmer in Batman Forever (1995), George Clooney in Batman and Robin (1997), Christian Bale in The Dark Knight trilogy (2005–2012), Ben Affleck in the DC Extended Universe (2016–present), and Robert Pattinson in The Batman (2022). Kevin Conroy, Diedrich Bader, Jensen Ackles, Troy Baker, and Will Arnett, among others, have provided the character’s voice.

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34 thoughts on “All 25 Live-Action Batsuits Ranked from Worst to Best – (Includes Flash 2023)

  1. The reality is that Nolan showed him downgraded as much as possible to show Joker is great. Solo Joker movie also owns Oscar, but did that movie show Batman as a punny man? Nolan tried that same trick in the 3rd part and failed badly.

    A superhero should be shown as a superhero only. Whatever, how big a director you are, you have no right to show a superhero character very much downgrade just to show a villain in great, artistic, real-life things, etc.

    Thanks to Snyder for doing justice with the Batman Character. We got Ben Affleck, the King of Batman character.

  2. Question: if you could make a "Frankenstein" bat suit, where you take different elements from different live action suits, what would you do? For me I think it would be the fabric under suit of The Dark Knight with a few armor pieces from Batman Returns. The cape and utility belt would be from Batman Begins. Finally, Batman Returns boots, and the BVS cowl and gloves.

  3. The reason the Batman and robin panther suit gets flack for the nipples is because the blue makes them more visible and because there’s more weird suit up shots zooming in on those nips

  4. My favorite Batsuit remains the Keaton set, now in retrospect seeing Keaton move the way he did in the Flash i love those even more now!
    With todays tech I forgive the past more than ever.
    Following those would be a big ranking but im not gonna waste your time, just wanna say how much i appreciate your ranking especially how you credit the 1943 and 1949 Batsuits, most people just bash them for being old and move on

  5. Best 2 suits are Batman Returns and Batman 1989. Pattinson suit isn't even make the top 10 in my opinion and personally feel that the blue and grey color scheme may work in comics/animation but it just looks corny/gaudy/generic in live action.

  6. Love the intro music, could I get a link?
    I've always had an unpopular opinion about B&R being my favorite batman live action.
    and when I try to tell people the original batsuit was light gray, they look at me like I have 3 heads.