- Batman / Batman Ninja / Batman Ninja The Show / Theater / theatrical adaptation
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2018’s hit “feudal Japan meets the DC universe” movie, Batman Ninja, is set to hit the stage, which means fans of the dark knight are in for a one-of-a-kind show this November.
Batman Ninja The Show closely follows the original plot of the movie, which finds our favorite caped crusader transported to Japan during a time when samurais and feudal lords roamed aplenty. Cut off from modern technology and his crime-fighting equipment, Batman must quickly learn how to make do as he comes across familiar faces such as the Joker, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn. Soon, he learns that his trip to feudal Japan was no mere coincidence; there is a sinister plot afoot threatening to change the course of Japanese history -- and Batman is the only one who can stop it.
With less than two months until the show’s November 6 premiere, pre-sales for the Batman Ninja The Show’s tickets were recently announced at a press conference. New visuals for the main characters were also revealed, giving us a glimpse into the theater transformations of some of our most beloved comic book characters.
Left: Kōdai Takikawa 滝川広大 as Batman, right: Takeshi Nadagi なだぎ武 as The Joker
Left: Saori Anou 安納サオリ as Catwoman, right: Mizuki Murota 室田瑞希 as Harley Quinn
Batman Ninja The Show premieres its 70-show run on November 6, 2021 at Theater Mixa in Tokyo, with daily performances running until November 30, 2021. Tickets are now on sale through the official Batman Ninja The Show website.