What I like about the above clip, was the ability of Frank Miller to reestablish a comic book character over thirty years ago, in popular culture terms (despite the character being owned by Marvel) it had such a residual effect. Only because now, comics, writing and everything in between is playing it safe. Out of fear of backlash via the trivial and banal. Silly. What resonates with me is the impact, sincere, thought out without overthinking. Design, reconstruct ideas, challenge it’s interaction. Loop it back into popular culture, then remove it to deconstruct the idea, destroy it – then recreate it. It’s yours. That’s creativity, pushing forward with resolute with what ever medium you see fit.