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Bruce Timm Talks "Batman Gotham Knight" with Comic Book Resources

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Comic Book Resources has posted an article talking with executive producer Bruce Timm about Batman Gotham Knight, the direct-to-video movie that was released to stores this past Tuesday. Timm discusses what he was looking forward to in the collaboration with Japanese anime studios, why Batman is malleable enough to withstand experimentation, how he would have preferred less connection between the individual chapters of the movie, and the future of the DC direct-to-video movies.

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