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DC celebrates Batman Day around Asia with games, TV shows, local activations, comics, and merch

Batman Day is celebrated annually on 17 September

The Batman Day will be celebrated around the globe in 2022 on 17 September as fans celebrate the World’s Greatest Detective, and the over 80 years of storytelling around the Dark Knight.

Not only that, Batman Day will also offer games, TV shows, local activations, comics, and merch in Asia to celebrate the Dark Knight legacy. So, let’s check them out at below.

Batman Day in Asia

Fans are invited to immerse in the world of Gotham with a cool range of Batman/DC merchandise and gadgets, participate in lucky draws and contests with exciting prizes and enjoy pop-up store experiences all across Asia to celebrate this special day.

(Photo credit: XM Studios)

In Singapore, acclaimed global design studio, XM, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC, is thrilled to celebrate the legacy of everyone’s favourite crime-fighting vigilante with its Batman Day campaign. Running until October 2, Malaysian fans who are heading down South for a holiday, can check out their flagship store at Kitchener Complex to admire the countless collectibles designed and produced in-house and activities lined up for the event.

Participate in family-friendly activities at the Batman themed event and enjoy a truly immersive experience with XM’s long awaited, newly launched Batcave, newly released statues, DC-inspired Batman Samurai merchandise, lucky draws, a workshop and fun in-store promotions. This is the perfect opportunity to immerse the entire family in the world of SuperHeroes and SuperVillains, with activities and attractions catered for each and every member of the family.

In addition, the Taiwan-based ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) is readying an exclusive limited-edition Batman range of products and accessories to be made available for purchase around the world.

Batman Day with HBO GO and Cartoonito on Cartoon Network

Batwheels coming soon to Cartoonito on HBO GO and Cartoon Network

(Photo credit: Cartoonito Asia)

In Malaysia, kids and families can also look forward to a sneak peek of Batwheels, DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series which is set to officially launch later this year on HBO GO and as part of the Cartoonito block on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD).

In line with the wider celebration, Cartoon Network and Cartoonito Asia’s YouTube channel will release various show and character shorts showcasing the series’ all-star voice cast including Ethan Hawke (as Batman), Jacob Bertrand (as Bam the Batmobile), Gina Rodriguez (as Catwoman) and Xolo Maridueña (as Snowy the Snowcrawler), among others. For the latest updates on Batwheels, follow Cartoonito Asia on FacebookInstagram and YouTube.

For more news on Batman Day activations in the region, follow @DCAsiaOfficial on FacebookInstagram, and YouTube.

For more news on all the Batman Day activations happening around the globe, check out the Batman Day Hub at dc.com/batmanday.

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