Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003) Movie Review

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman – Movie Review

Mystery of the Batwoman

Director: Curt Geda, Jennifer Graves, Tim Maltby

Writer: Alan Burnett, Michael Reaves (Screenplay)

Cast (Voice Talents)

Plot: The Dark Knight must contend with a mysterious female vigilante who emulates him, but to a more ruthless degree.

Runtime: 1 Hour 15 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman starts when a mysterious Batwoman starts helping with crimes in Gotham City. Her actions have turned heads, as Batman must lead the investigation into what she is doing. However, the two-start working to deal with the latest threats.

The Penguin continues to run his criminal organisation and brings in Bane to deal with the Batwoman problem. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne looks to end the threat and protect the vengeful Batwoman.

Verdict on Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman is an animated movie following Batman dealing with a new threat. The Penguin continues to take control of the city, but a new threat comes after him causing problems for Batman. Leading to him searching for the true identity behind who Batwoman truly is.

This is a movie that shows the vigilantes that can grow from different worlds. It shows how like Bruce, their hate toward the villains of the city continues to grow and cause bigger problems. The story is solid and continues to bring the adventures to life for Bruce Wayne. We get a new set of characters with a lot more to deal with making things interesting. However, nothing feels like too much of a threat for Batman to deal with.

Final ThoughtsBatman: Mystery of the Batwoman is a fun adventure for the caped crusader.

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