It’s not as bad as it was in the late eighties to about 2010. It’s cooled down lately. but for a while…it was brutal.
In movies and stuff, I can understand. Batman sells; especially post-1989, But in the comics it was annoying to see writers go out of their way to make Batman so unlikeable. They also overcompensated, trying to have him stand above the other heroes because “he doesn’t have any powers” as if powers made the hero. He could never be wrong, he was rarely made to look weak, especially in big crossover events, and he would berate heroes like Superman in Infinite Crisis despite the fact that in that story he not only ignored Ted Kord’s warnings, but for the second time in how many years he got plans that HE made to take down other heroes stolen and used against him. Oh, remember when Hal Jordan punched Batman in Green Lantern:Rebirth? That and John Stewart calling Batman out on his nonsense was a cathartic moment for fans like me who were getting sick of jerk-Batman. But, the writers made sure Batman got his hit back on Jordan later on because heaven forbid someone got a one-up on Batman during that time period.
Stuff like that really made me dislike that iteration of Batman. It’s was feeding into the frenzy and part of that annoying wave in the 90’s where every team had that “badass” loner character (Wolverine, Raphael, Snake Eyes, Tommy from Power Rangers) who everyone glommed onto because they were “cool”
It seems these days we’re getting more of a balance with Batman sharing the spotlight with Superman and Wonder Woman again, but for that brief period it wasn’t fun.