Warner Bros Entertainment posted the opening title sequence from Batman: Death in the Family on YouTube today
“Batman: Death in the Family” is Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s first-ever venture into interactive storytelling that allows fans to choose where the story goes through an innovative navigation guided by the viewer’s remote control.
Batman: A Death in the Family, which includes four additional shorts from DC’s iconic canon, arrives on Blu-ray™ and Digital on October 13, 2020.
About Batman: Death in the Family: Trained as Batman’s protégé, Jason Todd brings a relentless sense of justice as Robin, who sets his sights on bringing down the Joker.
But can Batman save Robin from a fate worse than death? Tragedy, revenge and redemption await in this groundbreaking DC film! Who will live? Who will die? Who will watch over Gotham?
Also includes 4 additional DC Showcase Shorts: Adam Strange, Sgt. Rock, The Phantom Stranger, and Death.
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