DC Movies just keep getting better and better, and this one is no different.
Bringing together Batwoman, Batwing, Robin, and Nightwing to help bring back Batman with a hell of a twist. They did a great job with each of the characters bringing together the Bat family. And this movie does not disappoint, a great story with great characters that they do not shy away from them, making for a great watch.
I'm looking forward to their next movie.
I liked seeing Dick Grayson as Batman like in the Grant Morrison books. Batwing; the son of Lucius Fox and lesbian hero Batwoman seemed to only be in it for diversity reasons. They didn't add much to the story.
You get a good look at an extension of the Bat family in this one. At first, I thought it was Batgirl on the cover, then I learned that it turns out to be Batwoman (so hot)! There's also Batwing on the cover; "two birds with one stone" there. It is the third film taking place after and part of the Son of Batman and Batman vs Robin story arc. Damien returns and learns to be more like his father, "justice, not vengeance". His mother, Talia, also reappears (still freaking hot) and is the main enemy here. The Batmobile design here looks like the one in the live-action Batman Forever/Batman and Robin films. Nightwing plays such an important role here and is probably the one who knows Bruce Wayne/Batman the most. There was a point where Katey was watching News 52 on TV, and right there I knew it was a reference to the New 52. I like how it wraps up with a little surprise in the end. The animation team responsible for this trilogy so far has done fine job. I admire WB Animation's style and I kinda wish they had shot for a higher level of quality for the recent The Killing Joke film adaptation, at least in character design, but you get what you can get I guess.
The only Batman movie I've watched that has the most annoying characters.
Could've been better without "nunjas".
I´ve always loved Batman. Now we have Batman, Batwoman, Batgirl, Nightwing, Batwing, Robin - did I forgot someone ? This is becoming a corporation.
Despite some exasperatingly glaring logical inconsistencies, this was a great movie. Many moments in the film had the full Batman comic feel to it... dark, gripping & entertaining as hell.
As I'm not a big fan of superhero movies or in general watching things like this. After seeing 'killing the Joke', I was interested in something more from DC Movies, and this one was it, and 'Batman vs. Robin' is donwloading right now after this one.
This one got me, for hardcore fans there would be much more to say, but if you are just looking for killing some time and interested in something different, I'd say this one is the one. Bat''family' was a nice touche, as lesbian superhero, but actually not needed, story would worked even without them .
Really liked this. They showed Batwoman well and didn't shy away from her sexuality either. Was a nice pace and bringing together of the Bat 'family'.
I've watched way too many of these batman cartoons. This may be my favorite. I love the arc DC has with this new Robin. I'm waiting for the next movie!
I liked seeing Dick Grayson as Batman like in the Grant Morrison books. Batwing; the son of Lucius Fox and lesbian hero Batwoman seemed to only be in it for diversity reasons though. They didn't add much to the story or were necessary additions.
Side Note: Alfred got them hands.