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Watch Bruce Timm’s “Batman: Strange Days” Short Now!

Watch Bruce Timm’s “Batman: Strange Days” Short Now!

If you haven’t already heard, one of the most iconic superheroes of all time has been around for an impressive 75 years now, and as part of the 75th anniversary of Batman, Warner Bros. is releasing two brand new animated shorts. The first is directed by Bruce Timm, a name you may remember from the good ol’ days of Batman: The Animated Series. As the name implies, the short sees the Dark Knight taking on Hugo Strange, and you can watch it right now!

The second of these special shorts is planned to debut at WonderCon later this month, this time coming from Darwyn Cooke who worked on Batman Beyond (known as Batman of the Future in Europe, Latin America, Australia and India) and will feature the Batman of Tomorrow.

Are you celebrating Batman’s 75th?

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