I really do like this. All personal bias towards batman aside, because i LOVE batman, this is a great piece you did. We can see how he's changed over the years as well as the difference in his physique based off whatever project he was in (compare both Christopher Nolan Batmen to Return of the Dark Knight Batman (part 2 I believe)). The attention to small detail is great, and I love how you placed each batman in a form of chronological order based off when each batman was released. I would love to see another piece like this in the future as you have improved since you first made this (as all artists improve over time) or if there are more batman designs created which you would like to include. The posing and facial expressions really drive home the differences between each Batman, which means a lot because in the long run, each is different in his own way. I cannot say anything in the negative about this piece in all honesty.
well lets see, you draw all the versions of batman and i gotta say that you did an awesome work with the batman of christopher nolan, but you forgot the version of Batman of Flashpoint Paradox, The Batman Series and Young Justice, and i think the cape of Batman the verison of 50´s to 80´s the cape could look better if it were a bit darkers and without the smile on the Batman of 50´s, that smile just creep me out , and the Batman of the new 52 looks great you really did a food work wuth him and as well the Batman of the 30´s
Oh there are countless other Batmans out there, and they all count - I just chose some of my favorites, and what I consider to be the most iconic. I do regret not putting in the video game Batmans though (Injustice and Arkham series).
Great picture but you added one that isn't batman, back row and second from the right. That's not batman, it's a guy named Jean Paul Valley and goes by the name of Azrael, his role was to temporarily fill in for batman after bane broke his back. Long story short things got out of control and Azrael turned into a psychopath.