Watch BATMAN: BE-LEAGUERED
- 22 min
Batman: Be-Leaguered is an animated short film released in 2014, directed by Rick Morales and produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. The film features the popular superhero character Batman, along with a few other members of the DC Universe. The story revolves around Batman and his team trying to stop the Joker from taking over Gotham City. The Joker has created a special machine that can beam villains from other dimensions into Gotham, which he plans to use to conquer the city. Batman and his allies must work together to stop the Joker and his army of villains from taking over Gotham. The cast of the film is led by Dee Bradley Baker, who voices Batman. Troy Baker plays the voice of Batman's arch-nemesis, the Joker, while John DiMaggio voices the villainous character, Gorilla Grodd. Other notable members of the cast include Tom Kenny, Grey DeLisle, James Arnold Taylor, and Nolan North. The movie starts with Batman investigating strange activities taking place around Gotham. His investigation leads him to a warehouse, where he finds the Joker and his henchmen. Batman tries to stop the Joker, but he manages to escape by using his special machine to summon villains from other dimensions. Soon, Batman realizes that he needs help to fight the Joker and his team of villains. He goes to the Justice League's headquarters, where he requests the assistance of Superman and Wonder Woman. However, the League's other members, including Green Lantern, Cyborg, and the Flash, are busy with their own missions and are unable to help Batman. Batman then decides to seek the help of other heroes, including Aquaman, Plastic Man, and Martian Manhunter. Even with their combined powers, it is not enough to stop the Joker and his team. Batman then comes up with a plan to trap the villains back in their own dimensions using the Joker's machine. The film is filled with action scenes and includes some comedic moments, such as Plastic Man's antics and the banter between Batman and the Joker. Dee Bradley Baker does an excellent job voicing Batman, portraying him as stoic and powerful, while Troy Baker delivers an excellent performance as the Joker, with his signature laugh and chaotic personality. The animation style is classic, with clean lines and a focus on bright, bold colors. The character designs are also faithful to their comic book counterparts, which will appeal to fans of the DC Universe. Overall, Batman: Be-Leaguered is a well-done animated short film that will appeal to both kids and adults. The story is simple, but engaging, and the voice acting and animation are top-notch. It is a must-watch for fans of the DC Universe and anyone who enjoys a good superhero adventure.