The motion picture will see the arrival of Robin and Nightwing separated from new individuals from the Bat-family who will unite to secure Gotham City after the Dark Knight is evidently dead.
Comic Book Resources reported from a question and answer session at New York Comic Con where executive Jay Oliva, maker James Tucker and character fashioner Phil Bourassa discussed the forthcoming part in Batman vivified universe.
Clarifying how the motion picture grabs promptly taking after the occasions of its prequel, “Batman versus Robin,” Olivia said, “Robin is still in the religious community, to sort of figure out how to adapt to his sentiments, and Batman is doing his thing, kicking ass and taking names all through Gotham.”
“Be that as it may, what happens is, he keeps running into a squabble and evidently passes on. Whatever is left of the Bat-family gets together to research what happened.”
He additionally clarified about the new miscreant in Gotham – the Heretic, who has a gathering of super-scoundrels under his order including Hellhound, the Electrocutioner, and the Calculator.
“So you get our Bat-family running into the Heretic, and as the story goes, you get the opportunity to figure out what happened to Batman,” he said.
In spite of the fact that Batman has passed on in various standard and interchange stories in comic books, Olivia said that “Ill will” is not quite the same as every one of them and is a totally new story.
“I know James Tucker truly needed to do a Bat-family story, and so as to truly concentrate on them, you need to dispose of Batman somehow,” he clarified. “We discovered a decent storyline to get him onto the sidelines so we can concentrate on Nightwing, Damian, Batwoman, Batwing.”
At the point when asked whether there will be any references or similitudes with the no frills motion pictures, for example, the up and coming “Batman v. Superman”, Olivia said he is not stressed in regards to it.
Clarifying that the movement and no frills offices have been allowed the opportunity to take their own particular thoughts, he said: “The decent thing about DC is, we are practically left to our own particular gadgets. The film gentlemen do their thing, the TV fellows do their thing, we are left to do our own particular thing. We don’t have officials from the components letting us know we can’t do this on the grounds that we are anticipating utilizing these characters.”
“Batman versus Robin” did well both industrially and basically and it is normal that “Batman: Bad Blood” will get a comparative reactio