Of all the Batman vs. Your Favorite Fictional Universe fan projects to be released, this one is the latest. Actually, I’m underselling this project by a lot because it’s actually pretty badass.
Out there in the vast YouTube wasteland sprouts the animated creative flower that is Batman vs The Terminator. The original concept is by Tony Guerrero with original music by Noir Deco and animation/sound editing by Mitchell Hammond. I did a little digging and found Hammond has a blog wherein he details some of the process in creating this gem of a short film.
But don’t take my word for its awesomeness. Drop below the cut to get a synopsis and five minutes of well done fan-made entertainment.
30 years have passed since Bruce Wayne survived Skynet’s nuclear blasts in August of ’97. Iron demons now roam the planet, and without the requirement to defend the innocent against crime and injustice, Wayne has seeked refuge in the bomb shelter that saved his life; the Batcave.
Having scavenged the wasteland for resources, he discovers the radio of a dead soldier. There is static over a frequency. Flesh and blood is rising up to the west. With The Stinger; a riot control vehicular unit built before the apocalypse along with a refitted bomb blast vest, Batman makes his way across what remains of the United States to join forces with the man determined to neutralize the electronic menace – John Conner.
Original Concept – Tony Guerrero
Original Music – Noir Deco (http://bit.ly/1eeAlvS)
Animation/Sound Editing – Mitchell Hammond
[Source: Mitchell Hammond’s You Tube via Comics Bastards]