Forget About All Of This Modern Batman Nonsense, And Watch Beware The Batman
The DCEU has no solid plans for what it wants to do with Batman. "You're the sad Batman. You're also the buff Batman. And hey, you want to direct a Batman? Just kidding. Never mind. Also, you're a happy Batman now. Will you be Batman forever? Because we might be looking for a new Batman." It doesn't help that Ben Affleck seems to have one foot out of the cave at all times.
So if you're tired of a Batman who seems to be driven less by his parents' murder and more by fickle Warner Bros. executives, check out Beware The Batman. It came out in 2013, and you probably would've heard about it if Cartoon Network hadn't completely forgotten its existence a few months in. I know that a ton of people get turned off by CG animation, and I kind of get it. You're more adjusted to seeing Batman in a hand-drawn form, and CGI can make Batman look like an action figure that was held up to a space heater for too long. But if you don't watch it for that reason, you're missing out on the most consistent Batman cartoon in the last 20 years.
First off, this Batman doesn't work alone. Sure, it's been nice to have a gentlemanly British man in the role of Alfred, but what if the enemy comes to Wayne Manor? What is Michael Caine going to do, other than make Bane a f**king flawless cup of Earl Grey? In Beware The Batman, Alfred looks like a silent henchman from a James Bond film, and he's ready to bust skulls. In fact, the first time you see him on the show, he tries to beat Bruce Wayne into submission with a baseball bat.