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Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Movie
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Movie
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman is a 2003 direct-to-video animated film based on the animated
series The New Batman Adventures. It was released in the U.S. in October 2003 and was
produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

Despite that the majority of returning characters retain the same designs from The New Batman
Adventures era, the character animation is considerably brighter and more lively than from the
series. Rupert Thorne was featured in the original show Batman: The Animated Series, but not in
The New Batman Adventures. As such, the animators had to create a new appearance for him
specifically for this film; he is streamlined and seems to have lost some weight compared to his
previous appearance. Carlton Duquesne is a new character introduced at the start of the movie.
He is a large, powerfully built African-American man, presumably middle-aged, who apparently
has established himself in Gotham City's underworld. Bane is placed next to him in one particular
scene and is seen to be even larger and stronger than Duquesne, further adding to his menacing
aura in this movie.

Series writers Alan Burnett and Michael Reaves created the script, and Kevin Conroy reprises the
voice of Batman. The movie also shows further continuity with previous Bruce Timm-developed
Batman shows: Barbara Gordon is shown to have a romantic interest in Bruce, which will later turn
into a relationship (as mentioned in Batman Beyond). This film is set before those events,
however, as Robin and Batgirl have not been forced to quit in the wake of the events revealed
through flashbacks in Return of the Joker.
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Movie
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BATMAN: CHASE ME ANIMATED SHORT
Chase Me is a 2003 American direct-to-video animated short film based on the animated series The New Batman Adventures. The film
contained no dialogue and was released as a bonus feature on the DVD for Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman in the U.S. on October 21, 2003.
It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

The film follows Batman as he chases Catwoman across Gotham City. The chase sequences are accompanied by a soundtrack mix of a
quiet piano score, with then later a high upbeat jazz style score that plays up the chase and slowly dips into a slower/methodical jazz score as
the film reaches its downbeat climax.