Sealed with a fist bump: In “Batman & Superman: Battle Of The Super Sons” the adolescents Jonathan Kent (original voice: Jack Dylan Grazer) and Damian Wayne (Jack Griffo) meet for the first time. At first, the offspring of the legendary superheroes are anything but green.
Jonathan Kent just found out on his eleventh birthday that his father (Travis Willingham) is not only a great journalist, but also the man of steel and that he himself is now also developing superpowers. The boy is correspondingly confused. The somewhat loud-mouthed Damian Wayne, son of Batman (Troy Baker), interprets this state of mind as a weakness and behaves accordingly arrogant towards his new acquaintance.
But soon the two have to learn to get along with each other. Because the intergalactic villain Starro (Darin De Paul) attacks the earth. He has even cast a spell over the two mightiest heroes who otherwise defend them. Will the young duo succeed in following their destiny and together save their fathers and thus the planet?
“Batman & Superman: Battle Of The Super Sons” will be released in Germany on September 15, 2022 with FSK-12 rating on Blu-ray. Which is at least five weeks before the US release. Fans can already pre-order the disc from the usual online providers such as Amazon:
» “Batman & Superman: Battle Of The Super Sons” on Blu-ray at Amazon*
If you feel like taking a look at the comics about the “Super Sons”, you’re in luck, because there are three anthologies in German. The books are available in both printed paperback format and digital Kindle versions.
» The comic volume 1: “Project Polar Shield” at Amazon*
» The comic volume 2: “Mission Digitalis” at Amazon*
» The comic volume 3: “Escape to Landis” on Amazon*
The variety of stories, looks and protagonists from the DC animation forge is always fun. In the latest work, the youngsters must take the helm as Superman and Batman are taken down by a villain well known to moviegoers. Starro starred in the live-action film “The Suicide Squad’ by director James Gunn plays a central role.
Screenwriter Jeremy Adams, who had previously written the scripts for the successful “Justice Society: World War II” and “Batman: Soul Of The Dragon” titles, came up with the idea of having the giant space villain appear here as well. The staging was taken over by Matt Peters, another well-established man. Most recently, he directed “Constantine: The House of Mystery.”
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