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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 (2013)

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 (2013)


Peter Weller
Michael McKean
Wade Williams
Ariel Winter
David Selby

Directed by Jay Oliva

There is no doubt about it, Batman is the best there is, these Dark Knight Returns series is a classic and a DVD collection that should be on your shelf.

No one tries to take on “The Bat” thinking he can just walk all over him; even Superman almost got killed by The Bat for trying to tell him what to do.

Here is a little peek of what this movie has for you:
The Bat and Sup were at it and Sup almost got himself killed but The Bat went soft on him, and gave him this warning speech.
 “I want to remind you to stay out of my way, in all the years to come; in your most private moments, I want you to remember the one man who beat you.”

Now wouldn’t you want to see that?

The first part of the movie has the similar animation with this flick. The plot like the first features Batman at 55 years old 10 years after his retirement. The Bat has returned to clean up the streets once more, and this Part 2 of Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, our Bat has taken down the Mutant Leader and he has now become a wanted person in Gotham City.
The Joker convinced his psychiatrist to let him go on live TV to tell his own story about him and the Bat, but this psycho turned the live TV show to a massacre, killing everyone present and escaping. Now the bat wants him and the authorities want them both so the showdown between the three is a most watch.

After the showdown has lapsed the DC universe boy scout Superman got a call to go take down The Bat, a call I bet if he knew what was coming his way he would have not even bothered trying.

There aren’t enough words to describe the intense violence and the wonderful work done by Bob Goodman (screenplay writer) and director Jay Oliva in this movie (animation) adaptation. They did justice to the beautiful comic, giving us a realistic point of view of what being a man in a disguise with guns being shot at you looks like. The other cool thing about this comic to video work is the way the makers took their time to make sure that the movie is close to the original source.

The characters Oliver Queen and the new 13 year old Robin, Carrie Kelley were well captured in this movie making you feel like you are truly reading the comic.

This DVD should be purchased and kept.


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