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DC Celebrates Batman's 75th Anniversary with New Animated Short

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April 11, 2014
Source: DC Entertainment

Batman: Strange Days

In case you didn't know, this year marks the 75th Anniversary of Batman, hot on the heels of last year's celebration of the 75th anniversary of Superman. Warner Bros. is doing all sorts of celebrations for The Dark Knight (you can learn more about their plans here), and one of their little tributes to the Caped Crusader has come in the form of a new animated short from Bruce Timm, the man behind the spectacular "Batman: The Animated Series." In the stylish short, Batman is in pursuit of Hugo Strange, who we all once thought would be part of Christopher Nolan's franchise. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the short below!

Here's Bruce Timm's animated short Batman: Strange Days from DC Entertainment:

In addition, there's a second animated short that will debut later this month at WonderCon in Anaheim, and it comes from Darwyn Cooke (behind "Batman Beyond"), offering a new glimpse at the Batman of tomorrow. You can see the above short and other unique DC Nation shorts on TV, Wednesday nights at 6:30pm ET on Cartoon Network during "Teen Titans Go!" Otherwise, if you want to know more about Batman: Strange Days, check out this extended chat with Bruce Timm about its development right here.

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  • shane willett
    That was so amazing, just like the 90's on Fox with the original batman animated series... more please..
  • R3last
    I'm wondering the same as one of the video comments, why hasn't WB/DC made Bruce Timm their Whedon and let him and his crew handle their movie franchise? He knows/loves the material and is great with all the characters. Look at JL, and JLU.
  • DAVIDPD
    Everything about this series was sex.

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