History WesternAnimation / BatmanUnderTheRedHood

24th Jul '17 8:01:38 PM Selina57
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** [[spoiler: Also, Ra's al Ghul hires the Joker to distract Batman and Robin (at that point, Jason Todd) because they were getting too close to succeeding in stopping Ra's al Ghul. The Joker proceeds to set a trap, kidnap Jason and kill him. Bad move, Ra's al Ghul.]]
22nd Jul '17 4:32:50 PM BatmanKalEl
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* StealthHiBye: This time Batman makes one [[spoiler:to Ras'al Ghul]] after he relates [[spoiler:how he resurrected Jason Todd thanks to the Lazarus Pit]]. Although this time it's not PlayedForLaughs but [[PlayedForDrama for Drama]].

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* StealthHiBye: This time Batman makes one [[spoiler:to Ras'al Ra's al Ghul]] after he relates [[spoiler:how he resurrected Jason Todd thanks to the Lazarus Pit]]. Although this time it's not PlayedForLaughs but [[PlayedForDrama for Drama]].
22nd Jul '17 4:29:32 PM BatmanKalEl
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* StealthHiBye: It wouldn't be a Batman film without it.

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* StealthHiBye: It wouldn't be a This time Batman film without it.makes one [[spoiler:to Ras'al Ghul]] after he relates [[spoiler:how he resurrected Jason Todd thanks to the Lazarus Pit]]. Although this time it's not PlayedForLaughs but [[PlayedForDrama for Drama]].
7th Jun '17 11:02:40 PM WillBGood
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* AntiVillain: Again, Red Hood. He is [[spoiler:ultimately revealed as a [[SlidingScaleOfAntiVillains Type II]]]].

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* AntiVillain: Again, Red Hood. He is [[spoiler:ultimately revealed as a [[SlidingScaleOfAntiVillains Type II]]]].Woobie Anti-Villain]]]].
1st Jun '17 4:50:29 PM NekoHybrid
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* HonorBeforeReason: Throughout the movie, Red Hood harshly drills it into Batman's head that this is Batman's most FatalFlaw when dealing with the criminal underworld who have absolutely no redeeming qualities, Joker being on top of the list. He calls Batman out on said flaw, which caused trauma and death to a lot of innocent people by said criminals which could have been avoided.

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* HonorBeforeReason: Throughout the movie, Red Hood harshly drills it into Batman's head that this is Batman's most FatalFlaw when dealing with the criminal underworld who have absolutely no redeeming qualities, Joker being on top of the list. He calls Batman out on said flaw, which caused trauma and death to a lot of innocent people by said criminals which could have been avoided. Bluntly put, Red Hood accuses Batman of valuing his own personal honor over saving the lives of innocents, that he'd rather let harm or worse come to them if it meant killing a villain.
1st Jun '17 1:02:23 PM JRads47
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** The latter trope is likely the reason the more familiar James Gordon is police commissioner in the movie [[spoiler: when the Joker tried to set Black Mask and the drug dealers working with Red Hood on fire]] rather than Michael Akins, who was commissioner in the comics at the time. WordOfGod supports this being an excellent adaption better than the original story.

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** The latter trope is likely the reason the more familiar James Gordon is police commissioner in the movie [[spoiler: when the Joker tried to set Black Mask and the drug dealers working with Red Hood on fire]] rather than Michael Akins, who was commissioner in the comics at the time. WordOfGod supports this being an excellent adaption better than the original story.



* BetterThanCanon: An amazing case. Not only do many fans like this version of the story better than in the comics, Judd Winick, who wrote both the original comics story and this movie, [[CreatorPreferredAdaptation considers the movie the better version]]. A WordOfGod example.
30th May '17 10:25:20 AM NekoHybrid
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* HonorBeforeReason: Throughout the movie, Red Hood harshly drills it into Batman's head that this is Batman's most FatalFlaw when dealing with the criminal underworld who have absolutely no redeeming qualities, Joker being on top of the list. He calls Batman out on said flaw, which caused trauma and death to a lot of innocent people by said criminals which could have been avoided.
29th May '17 7:32:07 PM magnum12
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** The latter trope is likely the reason the more familiar James Gordon is police commissioner in the movie [[spoiler: when the Joker tried to set Black Mask and the drug dealers working with Red Hood on fire]] rather than Michael Akins, who was commissioner in the comics at the time.

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** The latter trope is likely the reason the more familiar James Gordon is police commissioner in the movie [[spoiler: when the Joker tried to set Black Mask and the drug dealers working with Red Hood on fire]] rather than Michael Akins, who was commissioner in the comics at the time. WordOfGod supports this being an excellent adaption better than the original story.


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* BetterThanCanon: An amazing case. Not only do many fans like this version of the story better than in the comics, Judd Winick, who wrote both the original comics story and this movie, [[CreatorPreferredAdaptation considers the movie the better version]]. A WordOfGod example.
25th May '17 8:39:58 PM Rubber_Lotus
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** The major change from ''Under the Hood'' was using a completely different explanation for [[spoiler:Jason's resurrection. Instead of coming back from the dead via [[ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis Superboy-Prime Punch]], Ra's al Ghul resurrected him with a Lazarus Pit]]. ComicBook/TheJoker now has a larger role, too.

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** The major change from ''Under the Hood'' was using a completely different explanation for [[spoiler:Jason's resurrection. Instead of coming back from the dead via [[ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis Superboy-Prime Punch]], Ra's al Ghul resurrected him with a Lazarus Pit]]. ComicBook/TheJoker now has a larger role, too.[[note]]In the original comics, he was undergoing a VillainousBreakdown (courtesy of a beating from Prometheus and Hush) when Jason was resurrected, so he acts as nothing ''except'' Jason's hostage.[[/note]]
26th Apr '17 8:34:56 PM DustSnitch
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A film in the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line based on Franchise/{{Batman}}. It's mainly an adaptation of elements from ''ComicBook/ADeathInTheFamily'' and the more recent ''Under The Hood'' comic series, from which it derives its title. It goes for DarkerAndEdgier and is one of the darker and more brutally violent DC Animated films. Voice actors include Creator/BruceGreenwood as Batman, Creator/JensenAckles as the Red Hood, Creator/NeilPatrickHarris as Nightwing, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio as the Joker.

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A film in the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line based on Franchise/{{Batman}}. It's mainly an adaptation of elements from two Franchise/{{Batman}} stories, ''ComicBook/ADeathInTheFamily'' and the more recent ''Under The Hood'' comic series, from which it derives its title. title.

The main plot details Batman's investigation into a new criminal who calls himself the Red Hood, who's been murdering the drug lords of Gotham City to force their gangs to work under his rules. This would be standard protocol for a superhero, but Batman's disturbed by how Red Hood always seems one step ahead of him, which only makes it more urgent to discover who he truly his behind his mask.

It goes for DarkerAndEdgier and is one of the darker and more brutally violent DC Animated films. Voice actors include Creator/BruceGreenwood as Batman, Creator/JensenAckles as the Red Hood, Creator/NeilPatrickHarris as Nightwing, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio as the Joker.
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