It’s BATMAN VS. HUGO STRANGE In The First Look At Bruce Timm’s New Animated Short
The latest edition of DC All Access celebrates Batman month as the Dark Knight reaches his 75th anniversary. Today’s video gives us our first look at Bruce Timm‘s upcoming short featuring the Caped Crusader going up against Hugo Strange in a very old school inspired animated story. Timm, the DC animation mastermind behind pretty much everything you love, talks about Strange Days and what inspired him as he shows off some incredibly detailed storyboards. After that there is a chat with Scott Snyder about Batman Eternal, Brian Buccellato discusses his new job with Detective Comics, and Ralph Garman ends things by showing off his impressive Batman ’66 collection. You can watch the full video below, but the Timm stuff takes up the first 2 odd minutes. What do you think?
What better way to celebrate Batman Month on DCComics.com than with an all-Batman episode of DC All Access? First, we speak to animation legend Bruce Timm about “Strange Days,” the spectacularly retro short he’s assembled in honor of Batman’s 75th Anniversary. Then we get the scoop on the Dark Knight’s latest comic, Batman Eternal, from one of men leading the writing team, Scott Snyder. After that, Brian Buccellato discusses what’s ahead in Detective Comics and KROQ’s Ralph Garman shows off his truly spectacular Batman ’66 collection. All this, plus an opportunity to win a full-scale Batarang replica and another chance to enter to win a trip to San Diego Comic-Con. Holy DC All Access, Batman!
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