Warner Bros. Animation is giving us one other have a look at Batman: The Lengthy Halloween, Half Two, with new photos proving that not everybody in Gotham sees the caped crusader as a hero. In 4 new stills from the movie, Batman (voiced by Supernatural actor Jensen Ackles) is confronted with quite a lot of villains, each acquainted and new, all of whom appear to share a certain quantity of disdain for Gotham’s masked vigilante.
Impressed by the thirteen-issue comics arc of the identical identify, The Lengthy Halloween is a direct-to-video duology that follows Batman as he searches for a killer often called Vacation who — in morbidly applicable trend — goes on killing sprees on holidays, one for every month. The movie sees Batman battle plenty of criminals from his notorious rogues' gallery, in addition to deal with the lack of ally Harvey Dent as he transforms into the villain Two-Face.
Within the new photos, Batman faces off towards plenty of new foes, together with Calendar Man (voiced by David Dastmalchian), seen via the glass of a holding cell in Arkham Asylum, and mob boss Carmine Falcone (voiced by Titus Welliver), a scarred prison who doesn’t appear to be he agrees to a lot of something. The stills additionally spotlight two of the Darkish Knight’s best enemies: Catwoman (voiced by the late Naya Rivera), trying about as blissful to see him as she is a full litter field, and The Joker (voiced by Troy Baker), wielding a fairly large-looking knife and looking out all too happy about it.
Batman: The Lengthy Halloween is directed by Chris Palmer, with screenplays by Tim Sheridan, from an unique story by Jeph Loeb, and a voice solid additionally together with Fred Tatasciore, Alastair Duncan, Amy Landecker, Julie Nathanson, and Jack Quaid. Half One in all The Lengthy Halloween is now obtainable on digital and Blu-ray, and Half Two will premiere on digital on July 27, with a Blu-ray launch on August 10. Take a look at extra new photos from the movie beneath.
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