After watching Batman: SubZero (Also known as Batman And Mr. Freeze: SubZero), the only word that I could think of to truly describe my feelings about this film, was melancholy.
This is a fully animated, feature length film, based on the highly popular DC comics character, who was first seen on the pages in the late 1930's and has just increased in popularity ever since.
Batman: SubZero, delves into the personal life of the infamous Gotham City villain Mr. Freeze and really shows that there is definitely two sides to every story, as he strives his absolute hardest to save the life of his terminally ill, yet beautiful and much beloved wife, Nora.
This film is much more emotionally in depth than the usual gun hoe action style that is commonly associated with Batman animations. Though saying that, it still has a lot of action in it, with explosions, mild violence and even some subtle "adult humour", which will fly right over the kids heads.
Those of you who are absolute Batman fanatics, like myself, will be excited to know that the famous Batman voice actor, Kevin Conroy, voiced Batman and Batgirl/Barbara Gordon, was voiced by the late, great Mary Kay Bergman.
Overall this is a great edition to the Batman series and is a must see for every Batman fan!
Batman: SubZero is rated PG for low level violence and adult themes, has a running time of approximately 64 minutes and was originally released by Warner Home Video Pty. Ltd. on VHS in 1998 and re-released on DVD in 2005.