Michael had decided his two weeks anticipating summer camp could be spent wisely by delving into Batman. I think it started out with an old Mad Magazine of mine that he found and he read the parody of the Michael Keaton/Tim Burton/Jack Nicholson "Batman".
And, of course, he wanted to see it. So, we all sat down and watched it. And the sequel. Then he was on his own for the last two in that dismal series--he was smart to at least Riff-Trax "Batman & Robin".
Then it was on to video games with Batman. And comics/graphic novels.
Now we have finished the re-watching the most recent trilogy from Chris Nolan. (That was fun!)
He also looks up trivia about it on the internet.
Luckily for him--Cartoon Network is re-running the excellent animated Batman series.
Every so often Michael growls "I'm Batman!"
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