Cover image for Batman. The Dark Knight returns. Part 1
Title:
Batman. The Dark Knight returns. Part 1
Author:
Burnett, Alan.
Edition:
Two-disc special ed.
Publication Information:
Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2012]

©2012
Physical Description:
2 videodiscs (76 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Another night falls over Gotham City and with the darkness out crawls the crime and villainy from the shadows. The days of The Batman and other noble super heroes are but faded memories; violence and despair are now the harbingers of our time. But one even will set a change into motion and cause an aged and weathered Bruce Wayne to don the mask and cape once more.
General Note:
"DC Universe animated original movie"--Container.

Based on the DC Comics characters.

Batman created by Bob Kane.

Based on the graphic novel "Batman: the Dark Knight Returns" by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson.

Special features: preview of DC Comics' next movies "Batman: the Dark Knight Returns Part 2" and "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies"; trailers; "Batman and me: the Bob Kane story" featurette; 2 bonus cartoons from "Batman: the animated series",
Language:
English
Contents:
[Disc one]. Feature film -- [Disc two]. Special features.
Reading Level:
Rating: PG-13; for some intense sequences of violence and action.
ISBN:
9780780691643
UPC:
883929231812
Format :
DVD

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Audubon Library DVD 66107 Adult DVD Open Shelf
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Frank Miller's seminal graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns is adapted for the small screen with a sprawling Warner Premiere animated film series that finds an old and weary Bruce Wayne (voiced by Robocop himself, Peter Weller) donning the cape and cowl once again after a long retirement. Covering the first two issues of the series, Part 1 pits the masked crusader against once-reformed Harvey Dent (voiced by Wade Williams), as well as a mutant army who has painted Gotham's streets red with blood. Ariel Winter (Modern Family) plays a female version of Robin, with Dark Shadows' David Selby rounding out the voice cast. Jay Oliva (Green Lantern: Emerald Knights directs from a script by Bob Goodman. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi


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