Following the tradition of featuring here on Inspired Mag the best infographics about our favorite super heroes, it’s time to show how designers from all over the world portrayed the most recent Batman movie. Despite the Aurora tragedy, no question that the ‘dark knight’ is one of the top DC heroes, probably the only one that can be compared to all the latest Marvel big screen hits.

But it’s just fun to see how deep that influence goes, by browsing through the many visualizations made around Batman – and here are our picks, chosen from the Visual Loop archives, and ranging from beautiful editorial designs to minimalistic humorous graphics.

The Cost of Being Batman | Via

The Dark Knight Rises | Via

What’s Batman Thinking? | Via

The Dark Knight Rises, by Alexo (Mexico) |Via

Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, by Ricardo Sanabria (Venezuela) | Via

Christopher Nolan’s Batman, by AlloCine (France) | Via

Batman Rating, by Kaushik Mukherjee | Via

Batman timeline, by Perú21 (Peru) | Via

The Biography of Bane | Via

Batman from 1932 to 2012 | Via

Every (Significant) Bat-Suit Ever | Via

The Batmobile, by La Nación (Costa Rica) | Via

Batmobile History | Via

70 years of Batmobile, by i (Portugal) | Via

Batman Physics | Via

Superhero Economics: Bruce Wayne vs. Peter Parker | Via

Superman Vs Batman: The multi-million dollar battle | Via

Evolution of Batman logos | Via

Batman Utility Belt | Via

Gothan is filled with Nut Jobs… | Via

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