Warner bros has tried to unify the Batman series using the bat-symbol on the cover as a link, but the result is too gaudy and flat, not very imposing, and does not represent the real content of the film. My idea was to reuse the methodology that I used for the "Hitchcock's collection". I decided to represent a specific and meaningful scene, using the same image-treatment (dark silhouette) for all the covers, and to differentiate them with colors.
As for the Hitchcock series, the issue was to find good quality pictures, which was impossible especially for the older movies. To work around this problem, I thought of starting from a frame of the film, and recreate the parts above and below (as I did for Jurassic Park). This was, however, unpleasant and gave very few creative possibilities. So I decided to recreate the scenes from scratch. Starting from the chosen frame of the movie, I tried to find photos of the various elements of the scene in order to reassemble it.
Here, you can see the examples of this work, for the first Bluray: starting from the movie screenshoot, the various steps to obtain the final image. Below there is a comparison between initial images and final composition for all the covers.