Animated movie about Batman, his friends, and his enemies. Based on the stories of DC Comics and Directed by Tim Burton
The planet Krypton is doomed. Only one man, Jor-El, knows it, and rockets his infant son named Kal-El to refuge on a distant world called Earth. As Kal-El grows to manhood, he learns he possesses super-powers he must hide from the ordinary mortals around him. And so, he disguishes himself as Clark Kent, a mild-mannered reporter. But will everything go to plan? Especially when the villainous Lex Luthor attempts to create an evil clone of the Man of Steel named Bizarro and also when Kryptonian militant leader, General Zod, locates Kal-El and vows to hunt him down and kill him. ...
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the Hall of Justice fight against the forces of evil.
All of Batman
Batman meets Green Lantern for the first time when they team up to track a rogue Parademon across Gotham City. Lantern is surprised to learn that Batman does not have powers, and they don't initially get along well. The monster blows itself up with a Father Box, and they decide to investigate the extra-terrestrial lead through Superman. Superman attacks Batman and Green Lantern, believing them to be threats. Lantern calls in The Flash to help them, and they continue to fight until Batman makes them realize they're on the same side. Regrouping, the four men puzzle over the Father Box ...
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