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In addition to Flater's answer, I feel it's worth emphasizing that Batman: Hush and Batman: Gotham by Gaslight are both direct-to-video productions - they are not intended for theatrical release, but are instead sold as DVDs or Blu-Rays. Direct-to-video productions don't make anywhere near as much money as theatrical releases: as of 4 January 2020, Gotham by ...


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There are multiple reasons here. Money Simply put, cartoony graphics are considerably cheaper to develop than the high realism 3D cinematics. Animated cartoons don't have the biggest audience (compared to live action movies). The smaller the profits, the smaller the development budget. Without having seen the numbers (I can't find any reasonably ...


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