|Genres:||Animation, Action, Adventure, Crime, Fantasy|
|Crew:||Characters: Bob Kane | Executive Producer: Michael Uslan | Executive Producer: Bruce Timm | Director: Sam Liu | Producer: Sam Liu | Production Supervisor: Bobbie Page | Executive Producer: Sam Register | Producer: James Krieg | Characters: Bill Finger | Original Music Composer: Joachim Horsley|
Bruce Wayne faces a deadly menace from his past, with the help of three former classmates: world-renowned martial artists Richard Dragon, Ben Turner and Lady Shiva.
Has its moments I guess and liked the 1970s-like styling though another animated movie where Batman is merely there to help sell rather than a major factor in the story. Gets a bit repetitive towards the end to the point I was kind of dosing off but didn't mind the animation and the voice acting was okay. 3.25/5
'Batman: Soul of the Dragon' was a chance to reinvent an old and potentially interesting character and launch him into its modern canon. However, Warner Bros. has to start taking chances on movies with other heroes in them besides Batman if it wants its lesser-known properties to get some time in the spotlight. - Jake Watt
Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-batman-soul-of-the-dragon-pushing-the-boundaries-of-batman-fatigue