Batwoman and Catwoman Fight Nosferata in New Anime Series Hunted

Update on Catwoman: Batwoman and Catwoman Fight Nosferata in the New Anime Series "Hunted"
Update on Catwoman: Batwoman and Catwoman Fight Nosferata in the New Anime Series "Hunted"

Catwoman: Hunted, which has been in development for several years, will be released in early February on digital platforms and on physical stores. In the video from Catwoman: Hunted, Elizabeth Gillies’ titular antihero, and Stephanie Beatriz’s Batwoman are battling against Nosferata.

The plot follows Selina Kyle as she attempts to get a valuable diamond held by some of the world’s most deadly villains. When the mission goes awry, Catwoman must team up with Batwoman to stay out of prison, get the diamond, and avoid being killed by the criminals.

The film is the latest installment in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies franchise, which began with Superman: Doomsday in 2007 and has since expanded to include Batman: The Long Halloween and Injustice, according to the report of screenrant site. 

The exclusive Catwoman: Hunted trailer is noteworthy in that it reveals Nosferata as an enemy in the film. In addition to previewing the banter between its eponymous heroine and Batwoman. The villain was created by Karl Kesel and Tom Grummett and first appeared in Superboy No. 50 in 1998. 

She was a reoccurring opponent for the young hero in a number of tales. While Catwoman: Hunted includes villains from a range of DC characters, including Batman’s Black Mask, Talia al Ghul, and Solomon Grundy, as well as Wonder Woman’s Cheetah, the addition of Nosferata is a strong draw for the animated film that is likely to capture the interest of comic book enthusiasts.

Batwoman and Catwoman Anime Series

Warner Bros. produced the film. Warner Bros., DC, and Animation On February 8, 2022, Home Entertainment will release the film on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray, and Digital. Catwoman cracks a safe and pulls off a robbery in this clip, which showcases the film’s anime-influenced art design.

Catwoman’s attempt to steal a valuable diamond puts her directly in the crosshairs of both a powerful consortium of criminals and the ever-resourceful Interpol, not to mention Batwoman, in the all-new original Catwoman: Hunted.

As Catwoman and Batwoman, Elizabeth Gillies and Stephanie Beatriz lead the cast of Catwoman: Hunted. Shinsuke Terasawa directed the film. Greg Weisman wrote the screenplay. Ethan Spaulding is the producer, while Sam Register is indeed the exec producer, as written and published by the site. 

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