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Trying to end a gang war between the Ventriloquist & Scarface and Black Mask, Batman discovers that Commissioner James Gordon has been kidnapped, and is being held at an overrun Arkham Asylum. Racing through Gotham City's sewers in order to enter the Asylum undetected, Batman has to fight through en

Batman: Dark Tomorrow is a 2003 video game for the Gamecube and X-Box.

Synopsis for "Batman: Dark Tomorrow"

Trying to end a gang war between the Ventriloquist & Scarface and Black Mask, Batman discovers that Commissioner James Gordon has been kidnapped, and is being held at an overrun Arkham Asylum. Racing through Gotham City's sewers in order to enter the Asylum undetected, Batman has to fight through enemies ranging from Mr. Zsasz to the Ratcatcher before finally encountering the man holding Gordon: the Joker.

Discovering that Gordon's kidnapping was in fact a distraction to keep the Dark Knight away from the world stage, Ra's al Ghul reveals that his new plan to take over the world is nearly complete. Batman has to travel around the world to the Demon's Head's stronghold in order to stop his latest plan for world domination.

Appearing in "Batman: Dark Tomorrow"

Featured Characters:

  • Batman (Flashback and main story)

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Black Mask
    • False Face Society
  • Joe Chill (Flashback only)
  • Joker
  • Killer Croc
  • Mister Freeze
  • Mister Zsasz
  • Poison Ivy
  • Ra's al Ghul
  • Ratcatcher
  • Ventriloquist & Scarface

Other Characters:

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Cast

  • Julian Fletcher - Bruce Wayne/Batman
  • Allen Enlow - Joker
  • Ralph Byers - Dr. Jeremiah Arkham
  • Cynthia Farrell - Talia al Ghul
  • Don Leslie - Ra's al Ghul
  • Danny Mastrogiorgio - Detective Bullock, Castle Security Commander
  • Jonathan Roumie - Tim Drake/Robin, Ratcatcher, False-Facer
  • Scott Sowers - Mr. Zsasz
  • Michael Wright - Black Mask

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