‘Batman: Death in the Family’ Review: The Interactive Film Is WB Animation’s Most Ambitious in Years

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Batman: Death in the Family is one interesting Bat-beast from both storytelling and production points of view. It’s an interactive animated feature, a first for Warner Bros. Animation / Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, that ambitiously adapts the 1988’s four-issue “Batman: A Death in the Family” comic arc, written by Jim Starlin and illustrated by Jim Aparo, with iconic cover art by Mike Mignola. The landmark DC event allowed fans to vote by telephone to determine the story’s ending, a chance that modern audiences now get to repeat through the feature’s interactive elements. Batman: Death in …




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