Jay Oliva

Batman: Bad Blood


Bruce Wayne is missing. Alfred covers for him while Nightwing and Robin patrol Gotham City in his stead. And a new player, Batwoman, investigates Batman's disappearance.

#action     #animation     #superhero    



After our bad “Point Break” experience we decides to put our faith into the DC animated universe and we chose the new “Batman: Bad Blood”. Overall I think this was a good choice as the story was pretty solid and the characters were quite well done (even though I didn’t connect with all the characters). The animation itself is of high quality as well which makes the, respectively short, film quite fun to watch and even though it is short, I don’t think it should have been longer for the story's sake. I can confidently advise you to watch “Batman: Bad Blood” if the genre is in your interest.

#great 3.5


DC-Comics used to have a great track record with their animation movies but lately they have been putting out some sub-par movies. With that in mind, I didn't really know what to expect. Was it going to be a return to form or yet another disappointment? Well, I can safely say you'll definitely find a lot of enjoyment in 'Batman: Bad Blood'. The story isn't anything out of the ordinary but is good enough to satisfy. The action scenes are all well done and the slower moments are not a bore either. With that in mind, I can recommend Batman: Bad Blood to everybody that is looking to kill some time with a fun action movie.

#enjoyable 3.0


Batman: Bad Blood is a return to form from DC animation. With this rather short film that focusses on the Batman family instead of just a solo adventure. Though the short nature of this film is just long enough for the somewhat generic story, it does make for some rather shallow character development. However, these factors do not stop the film from being enjoyable from start to finish with some great animation. In the end we would recommend “Batman: Bad Blood” to everyone who enjoys the genre.

#great 3.5