Do you plan on watching the Batman Ninja anime when it releases? "We can't wait for fans to see this film".
The film's official synopsis reads "Batman Ninja takes a journey across the ages as Gorilla Grodd's time displacement machine transports many of Batman's worst enemies to Feudal Japan - along with the Dark Knight and a few of his allies".
It was a banner Wednesday this week for "Batman-Anime" fans as Warner Bros. released the English trailer for the forthcoming Batman Ninja animated film in all it's anime-style glory! Similar to many other Warner Bros. releases as of late, Batman Ninja will first arrive on digital HD on April 24. The striking CG anime from Warner Bros.
Batman Ninja was created by some of Japan's top animation industry talents, including director Jumpei Mizusaki (opening animation of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure), writer Kazuki Nakashima (Gurren Lagann), and character designer Takashi Okazaki (Afro Samurai). The villains who are similarly uprooted alongside the Caped Crusader take on the guise of the feudal lords who preside over the divided land. 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). 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.
Batman Ninja is a feature-length collaboration between some very important names in the anime industry. Batman needs to use his intellect and his allies to bring peace to the land, including working with Catwoman and Robin and the rest of the "Bat-Family". Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing, in a news release.
The Japanese language trailer was released December 1.
At the Batman Ninja NYCC panel, Okazaki explained that combining 21st-century Gotham with the Middle Ages of Japan was flawless for him.