Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
July 2003 -- On October 21, the Caped Crusader returns to save the day in Warner Home Video's Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman. Full of action and suspense, the all-new, animated feature-length movie includes the voice talents of Kelly Ripa, Kyra Sedgwick and Hector Elizondo. Loaded with special features, the DVD includes an exclusive, original Batman animated short, Chase Me, a behind-the-scenes production featurette, filmmaker and animator commentaries and more. Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman is available on DVD for $24.98 SRP and on VHS for $14.94 SRP.
When a new vigilante in the guise of a BATWOMAN appears in Gotham City, she is so ruthless and destructive that BATMAN feels compelled to stop her. As he tries to uncover her secret identity, he realizes that she has targeted a criminal consortium headed by PENGUIN, who is trying desperately to export a cache of high tech arms out of Gotham City. By the time Batman realizes who the mysterious Batwoman is, she has been captured by BANE, whom Penguin has hired to oversee the export of arms. It's up to Batman to save her, defeat Bane and stop the shipment of arms before it leaves Gotham Harbor.
DVD special features include:
- Chase Me - A DVD exclusive, original Batman short.
- Behind the Mystery - Behind-the-scenes of the production.
- Nine Character Bios.
- Great Gadgets! - A look at the gadgets used by Batman and his enemies.
- Life of a Scene - How everything comes together to create a scene.
- Batman: P.O.V. - The director, writer, producers and animators discuss favorite characters and scenes.
- DVD-ROM sneak peeks of Batman edutainment games.
A promotional campaign supporting the video release of Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman includes: Pizza Hut $2 instant redeemable coupon off the purchase of any Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman video inside Kids Meals premiums; a sweepstakes prize package and the Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman trailer on UbiSoft's "The Rise of Sin Tzu" video game; Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman branding and DVD content on two new DVD-ROM games from Riverdeep/The Learning Company; a Mattel partnership with WHV on the title and Batman toyline.