Watch Batman Black and White Motion Comics

"Batman: Black and White Motion Comics" (2008) is a collection of ten cartoons, all in black and white, about the famous superhero and his life in Gotham. The stories are based somewhat on those in the 1996 comic book series "Batman: Black and White," which was also a collection of stories done in black and white.

Warner Bros.
2 Seasons, 10 Episodes
Animation & Cartoons, Family
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  • The legend of Batman becomes a bedtime story for a young boy in a futuristic Gotham. / Catwoman is caught by Batman stealing diamonds from a Nazi Spi in World War II-era Gotham.

  • A woman has recurring nightmares involving Batman and seeks help. / A boy in World War II-era Gotham reflects on his heroes.

  • Batman investigates a crime whe he discovers the remains of a young child in the subway. / An elderly woman encounters an injured Batman and muses on the importance of memories.

  • Batman finds a mad scientist in Gotham and his horrible creations. / A thug thinks he has killed the Caped Crusader, but when he starts to doubt himself he goes back to finish the job.

  • A janitor remembers his chance meeting with the Caped Crusader. / When Batman makes a near fatal mistake he must call on for help.

  • Batman has recurring nightmares. / Batman tries to solve the murder of a Jane Doe.

  • It's almost Bruce Wayne's birthday and Alfred Prepares. / Batman and Commissioner Gordon track down a suspect in the Gotham City subway tunnels.

  • Batman hunts the great master thief Roscoe Chiara. / Harley Quinn tries to run from Batman.

  • When "Two-Face", Harvey Dent, meets his new bride's twin sister he is caught in a web of deception. / The Joker's origins are featured in this flashback episode.

  • Batman gets poisoned by a drug that makes him hallucinate and see people as monsters. / While continuing his crime fighting activities, Batman has to deal with a broken nose.

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