Batman Ninja English trailer and release date unveiled

BATMAN NINJA Anime English Dub trailer and release

Batman Ninja's initial Japanese trailer was first unearthed in December of previous year; however, the film is slated to infiltrate the North American market with the release of the film's official English language trailer.

Batman Ninja is a collaboration between anime masterminds including Kazuki Nakashima, Jumpei Mizusaki and Takashi Okazaki, forming a tri-headed Hydra of sorts. They will be joined in the main cast by Grey Griffin and Tara Strong as Catwoman and Harley Quinn, respectively, alongside Fred Tatasciore (Gorilla Grodd and Deathstroke), Yuri Lowenthal (Robin), Adam Croasdell (Nightwing and Alfred Pennyworth), Will Friedle (Red Robin and Red Hood), Tom Kenny (Penguin) and Eric Bauza (Two-Face).

As far as the trailer goes, you can see Batman and Bane, who have been inexplicably transported to feudal Japan. However, upcoming anime Batman Ninja not only embraces said trope, but creatively utilizes it as the basis for an inventive interpretation of the mythology. Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing in a press release. Japan. The script was reinterpreted and rewritten for the English version by award-winning screenwriters Lou Chu and Eric Garcia (Supah Ninjas, Afro Samurai); Benjamin Melniker and Michael Uslan are executive producers.

For Batman fans in the Western Hemisphere who've been waiting since New York Comic Con to see a time-traveling Batman go literally medieval on his enemies, the wait is nearly over.

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The Batman Ninja trailer transports the crimefighting clashes of the Dark Knight to the setting of feudal Japan.

The villains make themselves feudal lords with Joker taking the lead among warring factions. Batman Ninja will be released on Blu-ray Steelbook, combo pack, and DVD on April 3rd and on 4K UHD on a digital-only release sometime this summer.

The latest English-dubbed trailer from Warner Bros. Without access to his weapons and gadgets, it's up to Batman to rely on his intellect and allies to save the land and return to present-day Gotham City.

At the Batman Ninja NYCC panel, Okazaki explained that combining 21st-century Gotham with the Middle Ages of Japan was ideal for him.

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