Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Blu-ray Release Date And Extras Revealed


After we were all treated to one kick-ass trailer for Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a few days ago, I’d suspected that we’d learn much more about the monumental mashup’s home video release before the week was over. As it turned out, I was proven correct.

Luckily, we won’t have to wait too much longer to get our hands on this bad boy, as it’s been confirmed that it’ll arrive on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack and Blu-ray Combo Pack on June 4th. Or, if Digital is your thing, you’ll be able to join the adventure a little earlier on May 14th.

To give an idea of what to expect from the feature itself, it’s best you know that the flick is based on the Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book miniseries written by James Tynion IV and illustrated by Freddie Williams II from a few years back. In that, the Dark Knight and Heroes in a Half-Shell united in a cross-dimensional fiasco that saw Ra’s al Ghul and other Arkham freaks collude with Shredder and the Foot Clan. If the animated adaptation is half as good, then we’re in for one heck of a show.

By now, you’d probably like to learn what the bonus features are, so here’s a full rundown of those:

Cowabunga, Batman! When Comic Worlds Collide (Featurette)– Super hero crossovers have inspired some of the most unique comics of all time. Explore the concept of the crossover, and see the creativity that ensues when the worlds of Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles meet.

Fight Night in Gotham (Featurette) – DC animated movies have continued to push the realism of hand-to-hand combat on-screen. Take an exciting look at both Batman’s and the Ninja Turtles’ fighting styles, and how the creators make it feel like you’re in the fight!

A Sneak Peek at the next DC Universe Movie, Batman: Hush – An advance look at the next animated film in the popular DC Universe Movies collection.

Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stars Troy Baker as the voice of both Batman and the Joker, thus making Baker the first actor to ever play both roles in the same film. Opposite him are the Turtles themselves: Darren Criss as Raphael, Kyle Mooney as Michelangelo, Baron Vaughn as Donatello, and Eric Bauza as Leonardo. Jake Castorena directs a script from Marly Halpern-Graser.