Seeds of Arkham

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Seeds of Arkham
Seeds of Arkham.jpg
Directed by Aaron Schoenke
Produced by
  • Sean Schoenke
  • Aaron Schoenke
  • Bryan Morton
  • Mark Towle
  • Kevin Porter
Written by
  • David Hammond
  • Aaron Schoenke
  • Bryan Morton
Based on Characters
by Bob Kane
Bill Finger
Starring Kevin Porter
Alexa Mey
Aaron Schoenke
Xango Henry
Music by Sean Schoenke
Cinematography Aaron Schoenke
Bat in the Sun
Release date
  • October 11, 2011 (2011-10-11)
Running time
9 minutes
Language English

Seeds of Arkham, also known as Batman: Seeds of Arkham, is a 2011 superhero fan film produced by Aaron and Sean Schoenke, based on the Batman franchise. It is the sequel to the 2010 fan film City of Scars.[1] The short film is notable for using an exact replica of the Batmobile from the 1989 Batman film.


News of the Joker's death during the events of City of Scars results in a riot at Arkham Asylum. Batman races to rescue Nightwing, who has been abducted by Poison Ivy and Killer Croc.



The 1989 Batmobile replica used in the fan film was built by Mark Towle and Kory Geick of Gotham Garage. The car was featured in a drag race with Gotham Garage's 1966 Batmobile replica on the web series Super Power Beat Down.[2]

Second unit photographer Joey Rassool went on to portray The Scarecrow in the 2012 fan film Batman: Death Wish.

The ending theme is "Scarlett Scorpio", which was written and produced by Sean Schoenke and performed by Madelynn Rae.[3]


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