Batman: The Animated Series, A BRBTV Report (BRBTV Reports)
Warner Bros. created a whole new Bat-phenomenon when they launched "Batman: The Animated Series" in September 1992. Riding the wave of the popularity of the 1989 Michael Keaton big-screen movie, the animated series gave us a Batman who was dark, brooding and strong, always remembering the pain that created him. This was a Batman we could truly believe in. This was a Gotham City that was always night. And this was a Rogues Gallery of villains who found new life on the small screen: Besides colorful mainstays like Joker and Penguin, there were demented dames like Poison Ivy, springing from moderate obscurity in the comics realm, and Harley Quinn, crafted just for this series, then crossing over to the comics realm.
All in all, "Batman: The Animated Series" has had a huge, fabulous impact in the Bat-world, and this report -- a text-only Kindle version of the full-color, fully illustrated PDF offered at BRBTV.com -- examines that, with a feature story on the show, full episode synopses, credits, and a cast and character guide. From the same place you'll find great reference guides to classic TV shows like "Dallas" and "The Dukes of Hazzard," come these shorter, snappier, electronic BRBTV Reports for some zany fun!
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- Amazon Sales Rank: #83469 in eBooks
- Published on: 2006-12-26
- Format: Kindle eBook