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“Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2″ Clip

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, PART 2, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies, arrives January 29 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment as a Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download. The PG-13 film is produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. The film premieres at the Paley Center for Media in New York on January 23 and in Los Angeles on January 28.

  • Frank_piss

    It’s not very well directed, is it? All the director had to do was stick with what’s on the page and it would’ve been great; in Frank Miller’s panels Batman was fluid, disappearing into the smoke and striking unseen. In this he’s running around like Homer Simpson, punching SWAT guys while they stand there waiting to be hit. Seriously, there have been way better directed Batman animations- how did this hack land Dark Knight Returns?

  • Sal

    The voice acting is also surprisingly disappointing for such an anticipated feature. I appreciate Romano’s interest in working with new people, but in the case of Batman animated stuff, the old phrase, “If it ain’t broke…” really applies here. For example, unless Bob Hastings has passed, he’s a natural choice for Gordon at this point.

  • John Thomas

    I REALLY think they could milk the story for a part 2 AND 3. AS much as I HATE studios “milking” things. This story is important to me. This and the Daredevil story “Born Again” got me BACK into comics as an adult in the 80’s.

  • MegaX50

    This seems clunky… and I have no reason to think that a lot of the things I found wrong with Part 1 are going to show up, mainly the way the Inner monologue was handled. Also, while I thought Peter Weller did a find job voicing a gruff, older batman, I think Michael Ironside would have been the beter choice, as shown by his performance as DKR Bats in the New Batman Adventures.