The question is one of my favorite DC characters but in a really weird way. I know he's really a mystically powered champion of the oppressed who follows the leads no one else thinks of, but I've always loved the idea of him as a deeply paranoid and damaged man who desperately clings to conspiracy theories in a vein attempt to somehow justify his own existence and this movie is largely about that but with Renee as the main character to explore his effect on the people around him. So... Journey back to Gotham a city now without it's Dark Knight that has fallen back into it's old ways. Follow GCPD detective Renee Montoya as she fights against a sea of vigilantes, bloodthirsty criminals, and a corrupt police force in her attempts to bring down the worst crime boss the city has ever seen. But as she slowly uncovers her own unknown connections to powers she fights she also comes much closer to the faceless conspiracy theorist vigilante known as the question. The Question is a deeply troubled man who desperately clings to his fantasies and the good he does may not be enough to overshadow the harm he can cause. But after the question dies, everything changes and Renee must decide if she can carry on his legacy or if there's a better way.
Spoiler alert, you can co-opt new meaning onto old symbology! Sorry if Victor Sage's death in the first movie and lack of occult stuff isn't the question your used to but this is just a better movie than I could do under those conditions. (Not to mention it gives us a more diverse justice league and opens the possibility for wildly different noir style films in the future)
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