Warner Bros. Discovery Unveils their Plans for Batman Day 2022


 

Warner Bros. Discovery shared its plans for Batman Day 2022 on Tuesday morning including announcements about Batman: The Audio Adventures season 2, but things didn’t stop there. Fans who head out to participating comic shops on Sept. 17 will find free copies of Batman: Hush #1 Batman Day Special and Batman’s Mystery Casebook Batman Day Special Edition.

 

HBO Max will also join in on the event and has announced the lead voice cast behind the upcoming animated feature-length film, Batman Azteca: Choque De Imperios (“Aztec Batman: Clash of Empires”). The voice cast will include Horacio García Rojas (Diablero) as Yohualli (Batman/Bruce Wayne), Omar Chaparro (No Manches Frida films) as Yoka (The Joker), and Álvaro Morte as Hernán Cortés (Two-Face) bringing to life an original story featuring the first Mexican version of the Dark Knight set against the backdrop of the history of Mexico and the Mesoamerica culture.

 

Batwheels, DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series, will also debut a half-hour origin special premiering exclusively first on Cartoonito on HBO Max in the US and LATAM. “Secret Origin of the Batwheels” will tell the backstory of how a group of young sentient super-powered vehicles‑ Bam (the Batmobile), Bibi (the Batgirl Cycle), Redbird (Robin’s Sports Car), Batwing (the Batwing Jet Plane), and Buff (the Bat Truck)—formed their superheroic team.

 

 

MultiVersus will get in on the fun with an in-game event. Players who complete 20 matches with Batman between Sept. 16 to Sept. 19 will be awarded a Batman profile icon.

 

Injustice 2 Mobile will also celebrate from Sept. 13 to Sept. 19 with daily in-game gifts and a Batman Day logo profile picture. Players will also enjoy a Classic Batman Arena Invasion event and various in-game sales.

 

 

If you feel like catching a movie, head to Cinemark for three special film showings.

 

 

For more news on all the Batman Day activations happening around the globe, check out the Batman Day Hub at dc.com/BatmanDay.

 

 

via Batman-News


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