At the beginning of The Return, Morrison goes over the bat crashing through a window scene from Year One. However, he gives a little bit more background on the bat's side of the story. What do you think the bat is supposed to represent here? Does it represent something different from the one in Year One? And also, the bat flies through an open window instead of crashing through. This is a reference to The Butler Did It, but what does this change signify? The rebirth of a different Batman? I would love to know what you guys think.
Batman: The Return, what do you think of the bat in the begining?
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