HBO Max recently released a trailer for their upcoming short series: Batman: The Audio Adventures.
Now can hear the voices of Batman, Commissioner Gordon, Catwoman and Riddler, voiced by Jeffrey Wright, Kenan Thomas, Rosario Dawson and John Leguizamo. As well as being narrated by Rick and Morty star, Chris Parnell. In an extended clip, Ike Barinholtz, voicing Two-Face/Harvey Dent, can also be heard.
Written and directed by SNL Emmy-winning scribe and producer Dennis McNicholas, the podcast will be a set of ten episodes set years after the Dark Knight begins protecting the streets of Gotham. McNicholas said in a statement:
I’ve been a Batman fan since my childhood in the ’70s, and in the decades since it’s been fascinating to watch the Batman mythos evolve, from Saturday morning cartoons to Oscar-nominated film adaptations. At this point, there’s a Batman for every taste, from dark and gritty to LEGO. But I’ve found there’s no one adaptation of the myth that gives you a satisfying taste of Batman in all his many modes.
Enter Batman: The Audio Adventures. We’re introducing a Gotham City that’s home to every aspect of Batman’s 80-year history: the colorful satire of the Adam West show, the operatic fantasy of the [Tim] Burton movies and the Animated Series, and the gripping crime drama of the [Christopher] Nolan films. B:TAA aspires to be the all-in-one Batman experience: if it’s classically ‘Batman,’ whatever that means to you, you’ll find it celebrated in the Gotham City of Batman: The Audio Adventures.
Batman: The Audio Adventures is set to arrive on HBO Max on September 18.
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