Bereaved Batman Vs. Bitter Divorced Superman
In an ordered universe, a movie more batshit-crazy than Batman V Superman shouldn't exist, not even as a proposal on an executive's desk. That's like breaking absolute zero -- it shouldn't be possible, it can't be possible, and if we somehow manage to out-bullshit a Superman movie where one of the recurring motifs was "pissing in a jar," we frankly deserve whatever type of retribution the laws of the cosmos decide is apt.
This segues us nicely to Batman Vs. Superman: Asylum.
Called that because this is how you'd end up after watching it.
Birthed through the improbable alliance of screenwriters Andrew Kevin Walker (Se7en) and Akiva Goldsman (Batman & Robin), this 2002 script opens with Clark Kent and Lois Lane going through a divorce, because being faster than a speeding bullet isn't always a good thing. Meanwhile, Batman quit Batmanning because Robin, Alfred, and Commissioner Gordon died, presumably after going to see that Antonio Banderas Zorro movie together.
Batman/Bruce Wayne finally catches a break, meets a nice woman, and gets married... only to have the Joker reappear and murder his new wife. And not just any Joker, either -- Jack Nicholson's Joker, who looked rather indisposed the last time we saw him:
He saw a glimpse of a Jared Leto-filled future and willed himself back to life.