Action aplenty in Batman: The Long Halloween; Four new images released

Between Batman’s relentless pursuit of the Holiday Killer, Catwoman’s assistance in his quest, Joker’s determination to remain Public Enemy No. 1, and the rest of the villains on the rise, […]

Between Batman’s relentless pursuit of the Holiday Killer, Catwoman’s assistance in his quest, Joker’s determination to remain Public Enemy No. 1, and the rest of the villains on the rise, there’s no lack of action in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One.

The four new images from the film are:

 

– LH-1 – Bat-19

He may not use a gun, but the grappling hook is a mainstay in Batman’s arsenal – and he puts it to good use in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One. Jensen Ackles (Supernatural, The Boys) provides the voice of Batman.

– LH-1 – Cat-16

Where action is concerned, Catwoman keeps pace – and sometimes outpaces – Batman throughout Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One. The late Naya Rivera (Glee) provides the voice of Catwoman.

 

– LH-1 – Joker-1
With the Holiday Killer infringing on his territory, Joker makes it his mission to ensure everyone understands that Gotham City has “only room for one homicidal maniac” in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One. Troy Baker (The Last of Us, Batman: Arkham Knight) voices the Clown Prince of Darkness in the all-new film.

 

– LH-1 – Grundy-1 

Batman is forced to fight battles on multiple fronts – in pursuit of the Holiday Killer, attempting to halt a mob war, and dealing with a rising group of Gotham City’s villains, including those far beneath the streets – in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One. Solomon Grundy, voiced by Fred Tatasciore (American Dad!, Family Guy), mostly keeps to his home in the sewers … until provoked.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital and Blu-ray on June 22, 2021. 

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