BatmanBatman Day 2021 Kicks Off With Two New Titles From DC

Batman Day 2021 Kicks Off With Two New Titles From DC

DC releases two new Batman titles on HBO Max.

Batman Day 2021 kicked off this morning and fans of the Caped Crusader are sharing some of their favorite Batman moments on social media. Batman Day has become an annual tradition. Folks are sharing clips from movies, animated features, and other properties of the Dark Knight. To help celebrate with fans, DC released two new titles today. The first title to be released on Batman Day is Batman: The Audio Adventures on HBO Max. The second is Batman: World, which is now available in stores.

Batman Day 2021 — DC Releases Two New Batman Titles

Batman: The Audio Adventures released on Batman Day — “In partnership with Warner Bros. and DC, this scripted audio original, Gotham City comes to lurid life in the theater of your mind…with a sensational pageant of technicolor villainy unlike any other on Earth. Mafioso Penguins. Thieving Catwomen. Terrorist Riddlers. Killing Jokers…a city where some problems can only be solved by a billionaire in a bat costume. Starring Jeffrey Wright as Batman, Rosario Dawson as Catwoman, John Leguizamo as the Riddler, and a who’s who of incredible “Saturday Night Live” alums, the series draws inspiration from the vintage noir atmosphere of the celebrated “Batman: The Animated Series,” the spirited fun of the classic 1960s “Batman” TV series, and the entire 80-plus year history of the BATMAN franchise. This rollicking, over the top Batman adventure is written and directed by Emmy®-winner Dennis McNicholas, features an A-List cast, and devilishly delightful original music.”


Batman: The World also released today for Batman Day — “Marking Batman’s international influence on popular culture, DC will release a first-of-its-kind publishing event, BATMAN: THE WORLDThis massive 184-page hardcover anthology launches globally in 14 international markets on Tuesday, September 14, and features Batman stories by top creative teams across the globe.”

As usual, there is so much bat-material to cover and so many iterations of Bruce Wayne and Batman. Matt Reeves, director for Robert Pattinson’s The Batman, chimed in to hype up DC fans for The Batman trailer coming out during DC FanDome on October 16th. The virtual event starts 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.


For now, check out a few of social media posts celebrating Batman Day.

Matt Reeve’s Celebrates Batman Day

Gal Gadot Shares A Message


Batman Day Supercut By HBO Max

What are you sharing on social media for Batman Day?

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