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Batman/Bruce Wayne voice actor Troy Baker recently chatted with ComingSoon editor-in-chief Tyler Treese about Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons. Bruce’s part in the movie and his career aspirations were covered by Baker. The movie is currently available on digital, Blu-ray, and 4K.

Ah, to be young and in charge of averting global catastrophe! According to the official summary of the movie, that is the weight that 11-year-old Jonathan Kent and his reluctant young sidekick Damian Wayne deal with. Jonathan Kent discovers his father is Superman and that he possesses repressed superpowers on his birthday!

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He also meets Damian, the current Boy Wonder, and the legendary Dark Knight. Will the two brothers develop into the Super Sons they were meant to be when they are forced to work together to defend their loved ones from an aggressive extraterrestrial force?

Mr. Tyler Treese Although you’ve played Batman before, this version is really intriguing. It’s one of the few things in his life that he can’t control because he’s a father trying to raise Damian. So what about this Batman adaptation did you find most intriguing?

Trent Baker

Hey, you just said it, dude. I’m relieved that you noticed that particular point. I had hoped that was the lesson everyone would learn from the tale. Batman in particular always has a plan. He always carries a tool that can fix the issue in his utility belt. And that particular moment speaks to that precisely.

When Batman and Superman collide, he runs out, jumps through the glass, burns Superman’s Starro, and says, “The guys.” We hear Batman say, “I don’t know how to cope with this,” in one of the lines. I believe it’s significant that you took notice of that. We succeeded in our mission because, after all, the Jacks [Jack Dylan Grazer and Jack Griffo, who play the parts of Jon Kent and Damian Wayne] are doing all the hard lifting in this film. And they are really good at it.

I must truly praise them. Both of those youngsters have performed in vocal roles before, but specifically for this, it seemed as though every decision they made had been well considered. What they do has me tremendously amazed. First of all, there is a narrative event that allows us to accept that Superman and Batman must share a back seat because, as it were, starfish plastered to our faces temporarily knocked us out of the game, or in the penalty boxes as it were.

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For me and Travis [Willingham, voice of Superman], this is the first time that we’ve done this as dads, and the first time we were able to see those characters through the lens of being a dad. However, the fact that Superman is trying to relate to his son in the same way that Batman is trying to relate to his son and that we get to see that displayed on the screen in a very tangible way…

I was really hopeful that it would be discovered. What I’m trying to argue is that while these people are superheroes because they capture criminals and house them in Arkham Asylum and therefore save the world, they’re also superheroes because they are fathers. Clark becomes a superhero simply by attending the baseball game.

Bruce is acting like a superhero by giving Damian a hug and stating, “I’m proud of you.” So all the parents who see this with their children… I hope they learn from this that being a superhero simply requires showing up, taking care of your family, and attending events like baseball games. You don’t even need a cape made out of a metal towel or a cowl.

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Such a delightful villain is Starro. When Batman is possessed, this evil alters ego appears. How entertaining was it to show the character’s darker side?

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