PG-13 | Video | | Animation, Action, Crime
The Joker is back with a vengeance, and Gotham's newest Dark Knight needs answers as he stands alone to face Gotham's most infamous Clown Prince of Crime.
In terms of continuity with Batman Beyond (1999) the events of this film occur at some point after Batman Beyond: King's Ransom (2000), as the Wayne-Powers Corp. is once again known as Wayne Enterprises and Paxton Powers is no longer its CEO.
I know what you're thinking. I messed up. I let the clown go in order to save those people.
Bruce Wayne: You did the right thing.
Terry McGinnis: So... the Joker, huh? Looks pretty spry for a guy who's gotta be, what, mid-80s? Any theories on that? Clone? Robot? Suspended ...
Bruce Wayne: Shut...
When Ace runs and hops over the table, there is a steel ball with spikes on it which would be on Ace's left side. In the next shot it is on his right.
Following attacks from politicians on violent films aimed at children, Warner Brothers. pushed the release date back and recut the film to a tamer version, toning down some of the violence in the original cut sent out in screener tapes. On April 23, 2001, the unedited version of the film was released in the US exclusively on DVD. Up until that point the uncut version had only been released as screeners that were sent out before the changes were made. The following are scenes that were changed in the edited-for-content version: