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‘Batman: Soul of the Dragon’ – New Clip Features Bronze Tiger Fighting a Group of Thugs

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We’re just a few days away now from the release of Batman: Soul of the Dragon, which releases on digital on Tuesday, January 12th!

This week, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released the latest teaser clip featuring Ben Turner, also known as Bronze Tiger (voiced by Michael Jai White). Past teaser clips showed O’Sensei (voiced by James Hong) teaching a group of students that included a young Bruce Wayne (voiced by David Giuntoli), Shiva (Kelly Hu), Ben Turner and Richard Dragon (Mark Dacascos).

In the latest clip, martial arts expert Ben Turner unleashes his rage upon a group of criminals in a warehouse … another step in his evolution to becoming Bronze Tiger. This clip is a great example of the kick-ass martial arts action that Batman: Soul of the Dragon features.

For a film inspired by the martial arts movies of the ’70s, it’s important that the action, and in particular the martial arts action, delivers. I think this clip shows that this film has some really cool action and people are going to enjoy it.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, “Batman: Soul of the Dragon,” the all-new next entry in the DC Universe Movies canon, arrives January 12, 2021 on Digital and January 26, 2021 on 4K Combo Pack & Blu-ray.

An all-new original animated film, “Batman: Soul Of The Dragon” does a deep dive into Elseworlds vibes by putting Batman in the midst of the swinging 1970s. Faced with a deadly menace from his past, and along with his mentor O-Sensei, Bruce Wayne must enlist the help of three former classmates – world-renowned martial artists Richard Dragon, Ben Turner and Lady Shiva – to battle the monsters of this world and beyond. The film is rated R for some violence.

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Ron is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of POC Culture.  He is a big believer in the power and impact of pop culture and the importance of representation in media.

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