Batman Ninja English Dub Trailer Streamed

Warner Brothers has recently updated their Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Youtube channel with a new trailer for the upcoming DC animated film titled, “Batman Ninja.”  The latest trailer features a look at the English Dub for the film.  Batman Ninja will be released digitally on April 24.  The film will later be released on Blu-ray (Steelbook), Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD on May 8. The confirmed English cast consists of: Roger Craig Smith: Batman Tony Hale: The Joker Grey Griffin: Catwoman Tara Strong: Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy Fred Tatasciore: Gorilla Grodd, Deathstroke Yuri Lowenthal: Robin Adam Croasdell: Nightwing/Alfred…

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Batman Ninja Coming in 2018

Happy Friday heroes, we have some good news on the Batman front. That being a Batman animated film is coming out in 2018. It is entitled Batman Ninja and right now we know the following information. The first being that it will debut in Japan first. There’s no official release date as to when it’s coming to other countries. The second going by the trailer is that Batman will be in Sengoku period Japan for most of this film. Finally, we have Jumpei Mizusaki directing. The Screenplay by Kazuki Nakashima. Doing the character…

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Studio Trigger Announces 3 New Titles, Including Denkou Choujin Gridman

Today during Anime Expo 2017, Studio Trigger announced three of its new titles. Among these new titles is an adaptation for Tsuburaya Productions’ tokusatsu series, Denkou Choujin Gridman! Gridman was an innovative tokusatsu series that used D-2 digital video, and the series ran from 1993 to 1994 for a total of 39-episodes. The series featured three young kids attempting to make their own video game superhero, but only to discover it is possessed by the inter-dimensional cop, Gridman. Gridman is in search of the villainous, Kahn Digifer, who seeks to…

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Tsuburaya Productions Introduces Award in Honor of Tetsuo Kinjo

Yesterday, Tsuburaya Productions announced and introduced a new award in honor of playwright/ screenwriter, Tetsuo Kinjo, with the motto of “Ultra wo Coero” (“To Go Beyond Ultra”). For those who may not know the man or company, Tetsuo Kinjo was primarily the spearhead in writing Ultra Q, Ultraman, and UltraSeven, the series which launched the franchise. Sadly Mr. Kinjo passed away in 1976 due to a freak accident, he was only 37. Yet, luckily his legacy continued on inspiring generations of writers, and writers worldwide even to this day. Now,…

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