EDITORIAL: Why Mr. Freeze Should Be The Villain In The BATMAN Reboot

EDITORIAL: Why Mr. Freeze Should Be The Villain In The BATMAN Reboot

LEVITIKUZ tells you why he thinks Mr. Freeze should be the first main villain featured in the upcoming Batman reboot. Why him instead of other villains? What should he look like? Who should write/produce/direct a film featuring Freeze? Click to check it out!

Let me start by saying that Mr. Freeze is my favorite Batman villain. Love Joker, he is my favorite villain of all time but Freeze is my favorite Batman villain. I grew up on the Paul Dini/Bruce Timm version. I just love that Freeze is a villain who commits crimes for a bigger and more important reason. We don't see that in other Batman villains. I'm not overly happy about the Mr. Freeze story in the New 52 that Scott Snyder wrote but I did enjoy it. As a kid yea I admit I liked Arnold Schwarzenegger's Freeze but now that I'm older, I don’t like it. I don't think it was Arnold's fault. If you watched Arnold as the Terminator he was stone cold and emotionless. I think Arnold could have played a good Freeze. The problem was how WB's wanted to make the film for toy profits and the script was bad and everything was just bad. I think Mr. Freeze should be the main villain in the first film of the Batman reboot series and here's why.



My first reason is redemption. Mr. Freeze is the one comic book character in serious need of redemption. After that pitiful interpretation of him in Batman & Robin, Mr. Freeze has been viewed as a joke. Mr. Freeze is one of the best Batman villains but all people know and remember him for is the Freeze puns. The only interpretation worse than Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin was Bane and Nolan gave Bane redemption. Nolan showed us the Bane from the comics, Bane being smarter and stronger than Batman. Mr. Freeze needs redemption. I don't care if you hate Nolan's Bane or not but look at Bane now. It's Freeze's turn for redemption.


Freeze is really the only villain in Batman's universe that you feel sorry for. Mr. Freeze is the only Batman villain that commits these crimes for a higher and more important purpose: to save his wife. Only 2 things matter to Freeze: curing his wife and seeking vengeance on the men who did this to him. Having a story revolve around Freeze doing those two things is something that has never been done in a Batman film and would be a first. The Freeze in Batman & Robin wanted to freeze Gotham. Nobody remembers Freeze trying to save his wife, hell I don’t think that he even tried to save her and that’s a good thing. Because Freeze trying to cure his wife never happened in Batman & Robin means you can still use it.

Freeze Isn’t After Gotham

Looking back at Batman films; Joker tried to destroy Gotham with Joker gas in Batman, Penguin tried to destroy Gotham with exploding penguins in Batman Returns, Riddler and Two-Face tried to destroy Gotham with mind control in Batman Forever, Mr. Freeze tried to destroy Gotham by freezing it in Batman & Robin, Ra's tried to destroy Gotham with fear gas in Batman Begins, and Bane tried to destroy Gotham with a nuclear bomb in The Dark Knight Rises. We need to stop this "destroy Gotham theme." Freeze isn't after Gotham. All Freeze wants is to cure his wife and vengeance against the men who did this to him. We need a smaller and more personal story to start the new series with. We need to stop doing the same song and dance. Having Freeze without destroying Gotham but having him do those 2 motives (him going after the people who did this to him and him curing his wife) is new. Yes it will be a more small-scale Batman movie but all that matters is if the story is good. Die Hard was a small-scale film and it is the best action movie of all time. Nolan said Batman Begins was a small-scale movie and that was a great movie. Small-scale doesn’t mean worse.



First off, Joker has been the main villain in two Batman movies. No other villain can say that. Second, we have had 2 great and different interpretations of the Joker in Jack’s and Heath’s performance. Three, we need to give the Joker a rest. Batman has the best rogue gallery in comics and its best if we try someone else besides Joker. Fourth, Jack’s Joker was the main villain in the first Batman film series so it’s already been done before. I’m alright with a Joker cameo or if he was a minor villain but not as the main villain. Not yet. If you ask me, the opening scene in this new Batman should include Batman apprehending Joker. The opening scene should take notes from how Nolan’s openings were action packed. We start with Batman chasing down Joker or Joker is doing one of his plans. Batman stops him. Joker gets caught, arrested, then a small conversion between Batman and Gordon. End scene.


Two-Face is another Batman villain I love and I don’t think as been done justice in movies. I dislike Tommy Lee Jones’s Two-Face and felt he was more like the Joker than Two-Face. I like Billy Dee Williams’s Harvey Dent. I love Aaron Eckhart’s Two-Face and Harvey Dent but my only problem is I felt he was only Two-Face for 20 minutes. Since this is a reboot, we should have Harvey Dent in somewhere between the first 2-4 films. At the end of one film, we have the scarring on his face which leads him to physical becoming Two-Face and then show his face and then end it. Do Two-Face for the next film. You would explain the Harvey Dent story throughout 2-4 films and then the next film starts off with Two-Face.

The Penguin

My problem with Penguin is I don’t see him as a major threat. I think he could have a minor appearance as a crime lord or as the owner of the Iceberg Lounge. Compared to Freeze, Penguin isn’t a physical or emotional villain to face off against Batman.


We just had her in The Dark Knight Rises so it’s a little too soon.


This would be a great villain. Love Riddler especially the Arkham City one. My only problem is that you are coming off the Nolan series where a major theme was realism. The best way to start off a new Batman series so it's not like Nolan's is to escape from realism with a villain with more fantasy elements. Mr. Freeze is a great choose because you really can't make him realistic. He has a suit designed to keep him alive, a freeze gun, and a frozen wife. This is far from realism and that's what you need to start of the new Batman series. Escape from realism, descend into fantasy. I would have him in the sequel though.

Poison Ivy

Not a good villain to start off a series with, plain and simple.


Same reason as Catwoman, we just had him in The Dark Knight Rises so it’s too soon.


I would love never more than if the Batman reboot Scarecrow was more Freddy Krugarish. If you notice in Batman: Arkham Asylum, its obvious Freddy was an influence with the Scarecrow. Look at both Freddy’s and Crane’s right hand, the fact in your first nightmare Scarecrow says “You’re in my world now” which is a saying Freddy says. My problem with Scarecrow, he was used a lot in Nolan’s trilogy and in the first film of Nolan’s trilogy so it’s repetitive using him again in the first film of a new trilogy.

Ra’s, Talia, And The League

Most of the Nolan series were based off these characters so it’s not a good idea to start off with them.

A Villain That Hasn’t Made A Big Screen Appearance Yet

My feelings towards this are simple. While yes I would love characters like Harley, Man-Bat, Hush, Clayface, Scarface, Black Mask, and many others to make the big screen but what does that prove? I think that people would gain more confidence in this new Batman series by introducing a villain that hasn’t had good film treatment in the past then you have a villain that has yet to make a film appearance. People will gain confidence and grow interest in this new Batman series if you take a villain that’s been portrayed poorly and give the villain redemption. No matter how you word it, nothing can top Nolan's trilogy. People will always compare Nolan's Batman to future Batman films. You need to have a great film with a character that hasn't succeed in the past to tell people, it's not just Nolan that can make a good Batman film. Others can too.


There are two Mr. Freeze designs that should be considered. Both are great and vastly different.

Batman: Arkham City Look

I love the Mr. Freeze look in Batman: Arkham City. It’s very high-tech, the helmet for the suit is different from ones we see in the comics, lots of armor. It’s not easy to defeat Freeze with this suit. Just ask someone who has played Batman: Arkham City that. It’s a great look for Freeze and the best part is it’s different from the Batman & Robin look.

The New 52 Look

I will admit, I’m torn between the Mr. Freeze in the New 52. I liked the issue with him but I didn’t like how Scott Snyder changed his origin. Won’t spoil it for you but outside of his background, I loved the suit. The thing I loved most about the suit is that Freeze can fight in it. There isn’t as much armor as Batman: Arkham City. Freeze could literally put down the gun and fight Batman. It's a look I haven't seen for Freeze and I love it.

Both suits are great and should be considered. I don’t care which one you choose because they both are great but at least pick one of them.


Bruce Timm To Produce And Paul Dini To Write

Let’s see how long before people get this photo?

I don’t know what WB’s is doing in their board meetings but it sounds like that everyone is trying to get their piece of the pie. WB’s leave your egos at the door in your meetings. Paul Dini and Bruce Timm should extremely be a part of this movie and future Batman movies. First off, Dini and Timm are the best Mr. Freeze writers ever. They took a b-list Batman villain and turned him into an A-list. Now we want comic book writers to have a part of live action films but the biggest complaint to that is what have they done outside of comics? Bruce Timm and Paul Dini were heavily involved in Batman: The Animated Series. That animated series isn’t just the best Batman animated series, it isn’t just the best superhero animated series, but it’s one of the best animated series of all time. Paul Dini and Bruce Timm also worked on Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, and Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. Bruce Timm and Paul Dini also wrote and Timm drew the graphic novel The Batman Adventrues: Mad Love which is praised as one of the best Batman graphic novels. Dini and Timm won an Eisner Award for Mad Love. Frank Miller even said that when Mad Love came out in 1994, that Mad Love is the best Batman story of the decade. Paul Dini also wrote Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City and both have not only been called the best superhero games of all time but 2 of the best video games of all time. Paul Dini also wrote for the hit TV show Lost. Bruce Timm worked on just about every DC Animated movies. Everything from Batman: Gotham Knight to Superman: Doomsday, to Wonder Woman to Green Lantern: First Flight to Batman: Under The Red Hood to Justice League: Doom and everything in between Timm has been a part of. These guys have had success and been praised in the video game world, the TV world, the animation world, and the comics world. It’s time for them Bruce Timm and Paul Dini to be involved in live action Batman films.

Who Should Direct It?

Sam Raimi

I know Sam Raimi isn't the first guy on everyone's list so just forget about everything you know and just listen. This would be a one shot deal. This would be Raimi's only Batman film. No more. Now one thing Raimi did in his Spider-Man trilogy that would work well with Freeze is some of his villains has pathos. In Spider-Man 2 you really felt sorry for Doc Ock. Otto wasn’t a bad guy. He lost his wife and he just wanted to see his dream become a reality and he gave up his dream to save the city which killed him in the process. In Spider-Man 3, you felt sorry for Sandman. Sandman had a purpose for committing his crimes and that was to save his daughter. While people didn't like Harry Goblin, Venom, and the Green Ranger from Sam's Spider-Man trilogy; people still loved and praised Sandman and Doc Ock. Sam's best work is with showing pathos with villains and can you think if a better villain you feel sorry for than Freeze?

Another thing Sam has going for him his source material. Look at the designs for the Spider-Man suit, look at Sandman, Venom, and Doc Ock. If you look at the concept art for Green Goblin, there were some designs that looked like the Green Goblin from the comics. Now with the source material, am I going to lose sleep or complain that Spidey didn’t have web shooters? No. Am I going to complain about how Gwen came before MJ in the comics? No. Some things don’t matter. Did Sam get the characters right from the comics? Yes for the most part. People complain about Venom but Sam even admitted that after he did research on Venom and read comics, he didn’t like Venom.

I had never read Venom in the comic books, since they came after my time. Because of that, I didn't have a natural inclination toward him. And when I read those comics, at [producer] Avi Arad's urging, I didn't understand where Venom's humanity was. I know that kids think he looks cool, and they think he's a good villain for Spider-Man. I actually didn't. What was it about Peter's own makeup that this villain represented some weaker or darker side to? Just looking like a dark version of him is not enough for me. The more I read [Venom stories], the less interested I became. But then Avi said, ''Look, you've got to be less selfish. You've got to learn what it is these kids love about Venom.'' So I tried to open my mind up.

I agree with Sam for the most part. My problem with Venom in the comics is what has he done to Peter? What did Venom do that was so amazing? Nothing major, nothing big at all.

The other thing back with Raimi is that none of the villains in the Spider-Man trilogy wanted to destroy New York. Goblin didn't, Doc Ock didn't, Sandman & Venom didn't. As I said before, looking back at every Batman film; just about every movie had the villain trying to destroy Gotham. I don't think Joker really tried to destroy Gotham in The Dark Knight compared to others. We need to ditch the "destroy Gotham theme." Raimi wouldn't have Freeze destroy Gotham.


In bringing something new to Batman movies, with Mr. Freeze being a sympathetic villain and not destroy Gotham, your making people want to come back to see Batman. I don’t care if you hated or loved The Dark Knight Rises but facts are facts. The film was very well received and made over a billion dollars. It’s hard to follow that up no matter what. The whole point is you don’t follow-up with trying to make Batman films on the same level as Nolan’s but you try to make good Batman films. Don’t look at what Nolan or even Burton did; just make a good Batman movie. You have to make it on a smaller scale. The one thing I also did for this film was that I wanted Sam to only do one Batman film so Bruce Timm will have experience working on live action films so in a sequel, Bruce Timm can take over as a director. You can’t have Timm be the director with no live action experience and this will be it. What do you think? Comment below. Peace
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bazinga85 - 12/30/2012, 1:32 PM
Good write-up @LEVI. Freeze is a great choice for the reboot. I'm a bit shaky on Sam raimi, but he could work.

Does anyone else wish that they use the court of owls in one of the reboot movies? I know it's very recent, but it's too good a story to pass up and would be a great way to incorporate the entire bat-family.
bazinga85 - 12/30/2012, 1:44 PM
That's what I meant, for them to be a finale movie villain.
1st movie:freeze and penguin(just as iceberg lounge owner, like you said)
2nd movie:hush and riddler
3rd movie:two-face, black mask, and red hood story
4th movie:court of owls
iuhgluiblbjjkhkjhkljh - 12/30/2012, 1:56 PM
Brilliant as always.
aresww3 - 12/30/2012, 2:02 PM
1st Riddler
2nd Scarface and Penguin in gang war
3rd The Joker
4th Mr. Freeze
That would be my line up.
AshleyWilliams - 12/30/2012, 2:21 PM
Great write up.

That picture is Batman: Brave and the Bold.

They were the only people in the crowd that disliked a lighter Batman after Batmites speech.
blite32 - 12/30/2012, 3:00 PM
Your ideas are great but I think The Batman reboot should be mostly be about batman, not the villain. With freeze being such a complex villain, I feel he would be much better suited in a sequel.
wearethewalkingdead9 - 12/30/2012, 3:03 PM
Stanley Tucci for Mr.Freeze
Lindsey35 - 12/30/2012, 3:14 PM
I agree with everything but your director choice. Raimi is good, but not Batman good-- I mean, look what he would have to rise from (no pun intended).
FirstAvenger - 12/30/2012, 7:12 PM
Good article love Mr Freeze!
superherofan21 - 12/30/2012, 8:45 PM
1. Joker and Harley Quinn
2. Two-Face and Scarecrow
3. Riddler and Hugo Strange

And that's how to make an epic Batman trilogy.
TheHawkWithin - 12/30/2012, 11:44 PM
Amazing article as always. Totally agree with Mr. Freeze headlining his own film but only in a sequel. Personally I think the best way to start a new franchise would The Long Halloween which would really show Batman's detective skills.
aresww3 - 12/31/2012, 7:18 AM
levitikuz - have you edited yet I´m interested in your argument?
imnotwearinghockeypants - 12/31/2012, 8:15 AM
Organized crime and corruption should be the one and only villain.
imnotwearinghockeypants - 12/31/2012, 8:15 AM
Think Batman meets The Wire.
MisterBabadook - 12/31/2012, 8:31 AM
Dark Moon Rising w/ Man-Bat instead of the Monster Men, and the Red Monk worshipping it as a deity. Rearrange some events for cinematic storytelling, BAM. You get Hugo Strange, Man-Bat, and Red Monk all in one sitting.

Damn I'm smooth.
fawfulmark2 - 12/31/2012, 8:47 AM
I agree that they should wait with The Joker-hell, I even feel he should be Red Hood first.

And yeah,I was thinking about Freeze as a main villain-since they could portray him in a way that makes him look like a reflection of Batman if he were to let his Vengeance consume him.
MutantEquality - 12/31/2012, 8:52 AM
Great Article. I can tell you grew up on Batman Animated Series.

If Bruce Timm and Paul Dini in it then it'll be a winner for sure. They don't know how to fail.

Lets do away with explaining Batman lets just get right into the action with Mr. Freeze. Just make it happen. Don't explain the freeze gun, batarangs, batmobile, how Batman had that in his utility belt...

Screw "realism" make a damn epic Batman movie.
KalEl1996 - 12/31/2012, 8:54 AM
Great article, I totally agree with you; I've read a lot of your articles, and I feel this is the best one! ;)
By the way @LEVITIKUZ are you on IGN? I've been to the comments sections of a couple articles there and I've seen your name on the comments; I'm just wondering if it's you. Keep up the good work!
Wiingman - 12/31/2012, 9:01 AM
Great read! I would like to see Mr. Freeze done right on the big screen, but I would really like to see Croc too.
beane2099 - 12/31/2012, 9:02 AM
I always loved BTAS take on Mr. Freeze. But his first outing he did build a giant Freeze cannon and went to town on a big chunk of Gotham (to get back at the guy who wronged him). He has potential as a movie villain though. Whatever they do, I'd like to see Batman actually being Batman. I'd like to see him doing actual detective work. That's kind of hard to do with Mr Freeze. "Hh. This dude got frozen in a mysterious block of ice. Who could it have been?" Granted, if Mr Freeze had never been seen before, they wouldn't know. But I'd still rather see Batman going up against an actual criminal. Hell, they could make up a new villain. Worked for the first animated movie. The Phantasm was a pretty cool addition to the pantheon.
PapaEmeritus - 12/31/2012, 9:23 AM
Great article. Yeah, Freeze is cool [oops, sorry!] and i like his tragic aspect, but i miss the things getting darker and violent. I'd like to see noir and detective elements in the reboot, with mob villains as Black Mask, Penguim, Zsasz, Scarface [yeah, i love Scarface]. Or some monstrous villains as Killercroc [dr Hugo attached]!
EdgyOutsider - 12/31/2012, 9:28 AM
I think Mr.Freeze would be an awesome villain to start a new Batman film franchise with. Outside of Aaron Eckharts Two-Face and maybe Penguin from Batman Returns. There aren't alot of sympathetic villains in the Batman rouges gallery. I prefer sympathetic villains over traditional pure evil villains. Sympathetic villains make for more interesting stories and situations in my opinion. Good write up as usual.
EdgyOutsider - 12/31/2012, 9:29 AM
I almost forgot. Raimi as director is a different choice which is good but I don't think he is the right one.
aresww3 - 12/31/2012, 10:28 AM
@levitikuz - I know they do need to take a different direction. I think it would be better if they added a slight horror element. Obviously not to much, but Arkham Asylum style. I´m not over Realism completely though, just cause I think Nolan really wasted an opportunity, you can´t follow the charasmatic Joker with Bane. It was just stupid, I want to see a dark version of the Riddler, I´ve always thought that could be cool, like a Ted Kazinski style Riddler, tormented genius psychopath, who will take Batman to the edge intellectually and that so suited Nolans style. It was a waste.

Anyway Happy New year and enjoyed the article. I´ll be posting a couple tomorrow or next day, hope you´ll check em out. Frenemy. I expect nothing less than gloves off.
TheFascinatingMan - 12/31/2012, 12:47 PM

Brilliant editorial, my friend. Mr. Freeze is a great villain and I think Raimi would nail the character.
batman1216 - 12/31/2012, 8:48 PM
As much as I have defended and praised Nolan and all three of his Batman films and believe they are the best comic movies of all time, I am a Batman fan first and foremost and can not wait to see the next big screen interpretation of my favorite character. This is the beauty of the character. Forever adaptable and so many beautiful and different versions can exist as long as you stay true to the core darkness and serious nature of the character. No campiness and no Batman killing is all I ask. As for everything the writer said I find it inspired. Despite Sam Raimi's final Spider-man film I feel he is still an all time great of genre film making and would do justice to the character, especially with the darker horror elements. The only thing that worries me is the cheesiness factor. I don't mind his cheeky humor, but not the full blown cheesiness of the Spider-man movies. As far as Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, I don't understand why they didn't already sign these guys up to fix and orchestrate the entire DC cinematic universe. If you want to go to war with Whedon and Marvel there are THE guys to do it with. Truthfully. whoever they get to direct the next Batman movie with these 2 guys creatively behind it I would have more faith in it then anyone. Even Nolan.
batman1216 - 12/31/2012, 9:09 PM
I actually love the first 2 Sam Raimi Spider-man movies. Still like them more then TASM, even though I was a big fan of that movie and feel its underrated. I feel those movies despite the cheesiness at times had a lot of heart and really were the comic brought to life. I don't like how Tobey developed and became too whiny as the films progressed, but I thought he started out just fine and while not perfect was more then adequate as the character. I know this really hasn't nothing to do with article, but Raimi being picked as Batman director made me think about those movies and how much I still love then despite their flaws. Even the 3rd one which was unbearably corny isn't quite the horror show it was made out to be.
HeathenHammer - 12/31/2012, 9:27 PM
My editorial: Black Mask as a villian. Ralph Fiennes as Black Mask. Perfect Batman film.
ibravosp5 - 12/31/2012, 9:50 PM
Hush could be a damn good villain for the first movie instead of freeze cause if you think about it he was Bruce's childhood friend and such and it could show a relationship they had and stuff...
Opt1mu5Pr1m4l - 1/1/2013, 2:00 AM
I agree that Mr Freeze would be good as a main villain for the batman reboot after the justice league movie. Sam Raimi would be good to direct but I don't think he would be my first choice. Arnies portrayal of Freeze was poorly directed. Joel Schumacher almost destroyed the franchise and yeah WB didn't really care about the charcters as they wanted big toy sales, which is not the way to go. Riddler must have a second chance at the big screen as well. Jim Carreys was good but it kind of reminded me of the joker a bit.
GeekOfKrypton - 1/1/2013, 7:29 AM
Happy New Year ComicBook Movie patrons!!!

I for one do NOT want to see Mr. freeze on the big screen again. I think they should go with Man-Bat. It would be great to see that transformation on the big screen and either Killer Croc or ClayFace mixed in.
GeekOfKrypton - 1/1/2013, 7:32 AM
No! to Sam Raimi for directing!

Yes to Peter Jackson or Guillermo Del Toro. Dang, I'd rather see Michael Bay rather than Raimi.


Just kidding about Michael Bay.
GeekOfKrypton - 1/1/2013, 7:33 AM
Len Wiseman for director.
skidz - 1/1/2013, 7:38 AM
Guillermo Del Toro to direct. I think he could pull off a damn scary Killer Croc, too.
AlexDeLarge87 - 1/1/2013, 8:22 AM
Freeze is awesome. Would be great start for the new movie.

And seeing Oswald Cobblepot (Penquin) as the side villain would brilliant.
Warren White aka The Great White Shark would work brilliantly in Freeze´s movie also.

Wouldnt mind seeing Rupert Thorne there too.

Clayface, Roland Daggett, Black Mask, Man-Bat, Killer Croc and Hugo Strange would make great villains also.
Japhath - 1/1/2013, 12:02 PM
Nice job Levitikuz!!! I agree with you about who should write the film. I'm not sure about who should direct it, but with Bruce Timm and Paul Dini writing it, it would be amazing. And i love Mr. Freeze!

I think Nolan did a very good job with making Batman a good thriller/psychological drama, but I was left wanting to rewatch "Batman The Animated Series". The Nolan trilogy was just too heavy. I didn't want to be Batman in those movies. Bruce Wayne doesn't give up or give in! He did that in those movies. Great job on the villains, but I didn't get drawn into Batman. The cartoon did a much better job of doing that for me.

I think we can have a "deep" Bruce Wayne without having to be so disturbing and dark. The new trilogy needs to get us to want to be Batman again!
Niuhll - 1/1/2013, 2:16 PM
I think the next series needs Hush at some point, that way you can have your origin of Batman as well as Hush's Origin in one go but from a very different view and it not feel like wasted time.

It also takes Batman down a more detective path and can be a very psychologial film if they wanted it to be.
MisterMagurlypse - 1/1/2013, 2:50 PM
I too think Freeze needs to step out of the Batman & Robin shadow and be portrayed in a much better way. He's relatable to the fact that he would do anything to save his beloved wife and like you said he's not out to destroy Gotham City like every other movie villian. I say save him for the 2nd Bats movie after the reboot, that way the villian in the first one can, in some inadvertent way, be responsible for Victor's situation. So Victor and Bats can kinda work together for the first half then, Victor will try to extract his own revenge and comes to blows with his reluctant partner. Bats then must stop villian #1 and Freeze at the same time. I dunno, just thinking out loud.
Peace LEV, good write up!
mctrinket - 1/1/2013, 8:17 PM
Hells no.

I would go with Hush or Jane Doe or The Court of The Owls with Talon.
krzfter - 1/1/2013, 10:00 PM
I was actually think that Mr. Freeze would be a perfect villain for a batman film just the other days.
2015 Batman: Winter Falls

He is a sympathetic villain, that would make a great story. Mixing with Batman's detective skills (something that Batman is known for but not really shown on movies) to discover Mr. Freeze's true motive and identity.

After Nolan's realism I wouldn't mind some plausible fiction.

Loved this version of Mr. Freeze and really love the voice. Really awesome. Sorry I don't know how to post vids.
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