You may or may not know, but I don't like the new Batman films. This is partly due to the fact that I think Michael Keaton did a fantastic job and I would have preferred to see a rematch between him and Nickleson's Joker instead of the faux-relevant; 'psychological' punch punch kapow of the Dark Night Returns. But Nolan's back and he's still using 9/11 imagery for his teaser posters.
Oh whoopde-do, this is a post 9/11 superhero! A super rich vigilante, who doesn't give a shit about collateral damage, who is, in an inspired twist of characterisation, himself damaged. You could make this film more about American foreign policy by making Batman really fat and having The Joker be on a dialysis machine. Did we all just get a taste for watching tall buildings explode back in 2001? Maybe we've just come to accept that our huge, shiney, phallic edifices are done for now like the political and economic systems that made them.
So the priority is selling this ideal of modern Shiva-esque creation and destruction to a far away country, outsourcing our rubble fetish, just as we outsourced our theocracy and call-centre fetishes. Huzzah for the West, huzzah for IMAX, huzzah for gravelly-voiced swear-factory Muslim Bale.
If you're looking for a more rational response to this "teaser" poster (oh really, you're doing another one? In summer 2012 you say? Will climbing up the side of a sky-scraper on a gattling-hook be an Olympic event?) then why not have a look at Ultra Culture's take on things with a bat cut into them: http://www.ultraculture.co.uk/7818-more-objects-with-bats-cut-into-them-batman-poster.htm