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So the other day I found out that Microsoft is apparently giving the entire Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack away for free on the Microsoft store. At first I thought that it might be some type of deal, like you have to buy some app or whatever to get it, but no it's completely free you just have to make a Microsoft account (if you don't have one). I just wanted to throw this out there just in case people didn't know about it or don't own the soundtrack yet, I'm not sure how long it lasts so I would recommend checking it out now if you don't own it. Here's the link to the Microsoft store: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/music/album/various-artists/nightmare-before-christmas-original-soundtrack-special-edition/8d6kgx5cqwpg
Well, I'm showing off s'more Micro Heroes, this time I'm doing the characters from Tim Burton's proposed sequel to Batman Returns, called "Batman Continues". If it weren't for stupid old WarnerBros, this film would have had Tim Burton's ideas & stuff in it. Now all that's left is shrouded mystery. But that's what the story of Gotham City's all about, isn't it? Anyway, about the characters, Michael Keaton would have reprised his role as Batman. His costume would have looked like a combination of both suits he used in "Batman Forever". Now Robin, he would have looked as different as ever. He would have had a black version of Kid Flash's cowl. His boots would have looked like the boots on Red Robin's uniform. His gauntlets would have no frills-similar to Darth Vader's gloves. I think the cape would have been similar to the one he uses in Batman Forever. Most of his clothes are a reused version of batman's suit, except it would be red & green instead of just plain black. He would had just two "buttons'' instead of four, & the colors on the "R" symbol would have been reversed. Last but not least, he would have been played by Marlon Wayans. The movie would also bring back Billy Dee Williams/Harvey Dent as Two-Face. Burton begged & pleaded Robin Williams to play the Riddler, but he wouldn't stop refusing no matter what, so he had to be replaced by Micky Dolenz. Catwoman survived the events of Batman Returns, so it might have been possible for her to have returned. Also, fans speculated the film to take place during haloween, so Burton would have casted Brad Doruif as the Scare-crow. Last but not least, Chase Meridan would have been played by Rene Russo. Since the film would have been similar in tone to Batman Returns, WB decided Tim Burton should have nothing to do with Batman anymore. credit to dannysmicros for: Batman Robin Riddler Two-Face Scarecrow