Batman, the Animated Series

Batman, the Animated Series

Volume Three

DVD - 2005
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Millionare Bruce Wayne's alter-ego Batman protects the streets of Gotham City from various villians and arch-enemies.

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green_cat_3454
Apr 03, 2018

I have officially watched all 3 seasons twice. You should too!

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Me_Tarzan
Jan 02, 2018

For the most part - I quite enjoyed this animated, Batman, TV series from 1994. Yep. I really did.

The 2-D animation was definitely top-notch and one could tell that there was certainly some real, mature thought put into the show's story-lines.

But the thing that puzzled me about the Batman character (whose squared-off jawline was so sharp-edged that it could cut a brick of cheese) was that even though he was just an ordinary man, he was given some truly startling, super-human abilities.

Anyway - My biggest beef of all here has to do with the Alfred character (Bruce Wayne's trusted manservant) who I found to be too much of a stuffy, insufferable, British-bore "stereotype".

(Oh - Well - At least Alfred's presence was so insignificant that it didn't ruin the rest of the show for me)

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Love_Legolas_111
Sep 25, 2015

Probably my favorite season in the series. More Harley Quinn. XD Anyways, there were a lot of great episodes in this season. My favorites were probably "Trial", "House & Garden", "Harlequinade", "Catwalk", "Baby-Doll", "Harley's Holiday", and "Batgirl Returns". New villains get some screen time, and old villains get a chance to flesh out. Ra's al Ghul gets a bigger role in this season (having, I think, 3-4 episodes involving him). This series is extremely good, great for older kids who can handle some of the peril and complex themes Batman faces. Best Batman series without a doubt. If you love Batman, this is definitely for you. ;)

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petearballo
Nov 03, 2014

Great classic Batman by a great artist of the name Bruce Timm. Much of these stories are taken from classic Batman comics and story lines and truly does the Dark Knight justice in how he is portrayed and how his story is told. Sometimes dark, but never gory or too gritty - very kid friendly and a great way to introduce a young Batman fan to the many characters of the fabled Gotham City. Very Tim Burton era Batman, highly recommended!

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petearballo
Nov 03, 2014

petearballo thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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