Parents need to know that Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman is a 2003 animated adventure, starring the popular superhero, with lots of cartoon violence. Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy) is determined to find out the identity of a new vigilante, a masked woman who also dresses like a bat. "Batwoman" (Kyra Sedgwick) is shown to be a match for Batman, and the two strike up an uneasy alliance. But she also takes her "revenge" too far, showing little regard for human life. A number of other women characters also feature. All are given good backstories and are shown to be brave, intelligent, and excellent at their jobs. Yet they are also sexualized, with skimpy tight clothing and even bikinis, and are patronized by male characters including Batman. There is cartoon action throughout, with fight scenes involving punches, kicks, throws, choking, and weapons. Guns are fired, buildings are blown up, and a key component to the plot is Penguin (David Ogden Stiers) being an arms dealer. The movie touches on Bruce Wayne's reputation as a playboy with both his wealth and his womanizing ways depicted. Although no sexual acts take place, it's suggested Wayne has some kind of relationship with a college girl. Occasional language includes "freak," "geek," and "kicking butt."