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The Release Date and Cover Art for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2

Source:   ComingSoon.net
November 6, 2012


When Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 was announced, we knew we'd have to wait a while for the second part, but it's actually coming sooner than originally thought. The official release date for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 is January 29, 2013. Below you'll find the cover art for the highly-anticipated film along with the trailer, in case you missed it before.

The second part will include all new featurettes, 3 bonus cartoons, a digital comic, and a sneak peek at the upcoming Superman: Unbound animated feature.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 picks up where the first left off with Batman having returned to Gotham with an all new Robin, however not everyone is welcoming him back to the streets. Gotham City's police are on a manhunt for the Batman as is the newly released Joker. As Batman attempts to stop the Joker one last time, the United States goverment teams up with Superman to bring the Dark Knight down for good.

Peter Weller returns as the voice of the aged Dark Knight along with Ariel Winter as Carrie Kelly, the new Robin. "Lost's" Michael Emerson provides the voice of the 'cured' Joker and Mark Valley will play the Man of Tomorrow, Superman.


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