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Batman: Assault on Arkham on Digital Now, DVD Next Week
August 8, 2014

The newest original DCU animated movie, Batman: Assault on Arkham, will be available on home video next week, although you can get it digitally now. I’ve already linked to the trailer, and to promote the release, Warner Bros. has released two clips.

The first shows Batman being Batman in a relatively standard fight scene.

The second is more exciting, since it shows Amanda Waller, voiced by CCH Pounder, demonstrating why she has the nickname “The Wall” as she briefs Task Force X.

Amanda Waller in Batman: Assault on ArkhamCCH Pounder

6 Responses  
Next DCU Animated Movies Announced: Aquaman, More Batman and Justice League » DVDs Worth Watching writes:  

[…] Some short notes on the next planned DC original animated movies, after next week’s Batman: Assault on Arkham, tying into the video games. […]

 
James Schee writes:  

Just watched it. Batman has a very small role overall, as this is really a Suicide Squad movie. Which actually makes for a nice change up. Lots of violence and sex (one snuck in nude scene on an x-ray monitor) as DC continues to push the envelope.

It was ok. I don’t feel the need to rewatch it again for some time, but it was worth watching.

 
Johanna writes:  

Interesting. I’m about to post my review, and I had the opposite reaction.

 
Argo Plummer writes:  

I can’t wait to read your review! I am intrigued…the opposite of okay could be very good or very bad. I am looking forward to this DC animated movie more than any of their recent ones, so I hope it’s good!

 
James Schee writes:  

Lol cool look forward to seeing your thoughts. I didn’t go into much detail last night since it was 3 am or so. Lol

 
Batman: Assault on Arkham » DVDs Worth Watching writes:  

[…] CCH Pounder as Amanda Waller. Unfortunately, while I was thrilled to see her (and in her old look) running the team, we’re given no reason […]

 
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