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"Batman: Gotham Knight" is split into six segments:
"Batman Beyond" (1999-2001) envisions a Gotham City in 2039, referred to as "Neo-Gotham". The 2008 direct-to-DVD film "Batman: Gotham Knight" shows Gotham as a large city with many skyscrapers and a bustling population.
"Batman: Gotham Knight" was released on both single and two-disc DVD editions, and in a double pack with the two-disc version of "Batman Begins", as well as a Blu-ray version on July 8, 2008.
Based on 6 reviews collected from Rotten Tomatoes, "Batman: Gotham Knight" has an overall approval rating of 83%, with a weighted average score of 7.4/10. Three months prior to the release, the first review for "Batman: Gotham Knight" appeared on "The World's Finest". The review gave the movie a generally favorable response, stating, "it’s something new and entirely fresh for the Dark Knight and that alone is worth checking out if you’re a DC Animation fan." "The World's Finest" also labeled its advice as "Recommended".
On October 25, 2011, a Batman themed Xbox 360 console bundle was released, containing the game, a DVD of "Batman: Gotham Knight", a DVD of the "Green Lantern" film, the "Green Lantern" video game tie-in "", and a 250GB Xbox 360 console. A bundle containing these items and a Kinect controller was also released.
Sales figures below represent DVD sales and, when available, Blu-ray sales in the United States. International sales, digital sales, and rentals are not included. Blu-ray sales are not available for "Superman: Doomsday", "Justice League: The New Frontier", "Batman: Gotham Knight", or "Wonder Woman".
It is the eleventh film released under the DC Universe Animated Original Movies banner. It is also the second DC Animated Movie following "" to feature an anthology format, though unlike "Batman: Gotham Knight," it features a single, uniform animation and visual style and an overall linking story. The film received mixed-to-positive reviews with many critics praising the animation, voice acting, and action sequences, but criticizing the story and characterization.
"Green Lantern: Emerald Knights", similar to "Batman: Gotham Knight", is an anthology film that tells a series of stories featuring various members of the Green Lantern Corps, including Abin Sur, Sinestro, Kilowog, and Mogo It was released on June 7, 2011. While not a sequel to "First Flight", the film uses the same character designs and includes a cameo by Ch'p, who had a speaking role in the previous film.
The soundtrack for "Batman: Gotham Knight" was released on July 29, 2008 by La La Land Records. The music for "Gotham Knight", while being an original score, contains samples of earlier and notable Batman themes from past media. For example, in "Crossfire", when Batman saves Crispus Allen from an explosion by launching him onto a rooftop, his appearance (for the first time in the short) is marked by the distinctive choral Batman theme introduced in Danny Elfman's 1989 score to the film "Batman". The track list is as follows.
Tying into the release of the 2008 Batman film "The Dark Knight", "Batman: Gotham Knight" is an anthology film that tells a series of stories that take place between 2005's "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight", though it is not officially considered to be part of Christopher Nolan's "Batman" film series. The film was the first to feature Batman using authentic Japanese anime from four different Japanese animation studios. Notable comic talents such as Brian Azzarello, David S. Goyer, and Greg Rucka contributed stories. It was released on July 8, 2008.
Tying into the release of the 2008 Batman film "The Dark Knight", "Batman: Gotham Knight" is an anthology film that tells a series of stories that take place between 2005's "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight", though it is not officially considered to be part of Christopher Nolan's "Batman" film series. The film was the first Batman feature done in authentic Japanese anime from four different Japanese animation studios. Notable comic talents such as Brian Azzarello, David S. Goyer, and Greg Rucka contributed stories. It was released on July 8, 2008.
Kral's work in 2008 included scoring "The Haunting in Connecticut", for Gold Circle Films / Lionsgate, which was released in theatres in March 2009 to a domestic US opening weekend of $25 million, and "" (2009) for Warner Bros. Animation (DVD feature film). His 2009 scores included the Scooby Doo animated feature for WB animation: "Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo" (aired in 2010). Kral scored the related animated TV series, "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated" (2010–13) and WB animated DVD feature, "Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare" in 2010, with DVD productions of "Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur" (2011) and "Superman vs. The Elite" (2012), "Scooby Doo! Stage Fright!" (2013) and "Batman: Assault on Arkham" (2014). Additional soundtrack CD releases include "" (2007), "Batman: Gotham Knight" (2008) and "Batman: Assault on Arkham" (2014). In 2012 he scored a TV movie, "Fatal Honeymoon", which dramatised the death of Tina Watson.
It is the third in the line of DC Universe Animated Original Movies released by Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation; with the first two releases being "", "", (followed by "Wonder Woman" and ""). It is rated PG-13 for stylized violence, including some bloody images. "Gotham Knight" is the second animated Batman film to be rated PG-13 (the first being the uncut version of ""). This film is notable for being the first DC Original Animated movie to have a connection with another Batman medium. While "" and "" have been released in the United Kingdom with a 12 rating, "Batman: Gotham Knight" is being accompanied with a 15 certificate for "images of bloody violence and injury". The film aired on Cartoon Network on October 4, 2008 at 9:00 pm with a TV-14-V rating and an exclusive parental warning after each commercial break, with a few of the more graphic scenes cut.