The strange Batsuits with angular black and yellow emblem we’ve been seeing at Target from Mattel have been finally been brought to life by Warner Bros Animation and DC Comics. If you were off-put by the Batman and Robin (1997) look of the things, you are not alone.
My expectation of an eventual animated property were that of a Joel Schumacher ice rocket, plummeting further into the abyss.
Expectations mean a lot to Batman fans, and we especially take note when they are exceeded.
Bat-fans may be surprised by this with the latest offering, Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts.
Keep in mind though, this isn’t New 52 Batman, this movie is geared toward a younger all-ages crowd.
Roger Craig Smith reprises his role as Batman/Bruce Wayne from the video games Lego Batman 3 and Batman: Arkham Origins. Charlie Schlatter returns to The Flash role from Superman: TAS and The Batman, Green Arrow appears alongside Nightwing, Red Robin, and Alfred for an alliance that is more Outlaws than Justice League to face down Penguin and the ‘Animalitia’.
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