As much as we’d like it to be, Fox’s upcoming Gotham TV series isn’t going to be the live-action equivalent of Batman: The Animated Series. Heck, based on previous announcements, there’s a chance that it might not even qualify as a Batman series. Thankfully, a bunch of fans have taken the time to produce what […]
Batman: The Animated Series had a really kick-butt toyline back in the 90s. There’s a ridiculously huge amount of choices even though the series only had a dozen or so regular cast members, mainly because 90% of the figures were simple – yet totally awesome – variations on Batman himself. If it were up to […]
The classic cartoon adaptation of the caped crusader’s adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, celebrated its 20th Anniversary last September 5, Wednesday. With 109 episodes under its belt, it successfully captured the dark undertones underneath the Batman mythos without resorting to cheap, over the top violence or sexual content. Batman: The Animated Series was launched back […]
Starting this Monday, July 30, at 8 PM ET, The Hub’s “Summer Nights” will be airing shows that both kids and their parents love to watch in a two hour block on weeknights, leading off with the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series.
The Hub, further proving that they won’t shy away from poking fun at their own shows, has just released a trailer consisting of clips from Batman: The Animated Series, that were spliced together in order to recreate one of the clips from The Dark Knight Rises. What’s more, they even got original BTAS voice actors […]
We just found out what Batman was doing back in Year One, now Cartoon Network has offered a glimpse at what the Dark Knight will be doing in year 2013! We’ve gone from The Animated Series to Justice League Unlimited to The Batman to the Brave and the Bold, with many stops in between on […]
Introducing Toon Watch, bringing you animation news and reviews in an animated formatted with an anchorman named Artie Armadillo! In this video we have clips of “A Monster In Paris”, “Adventure Time with Fiona and Cake”, a review of “The Looney Tunes Show”, and more!
The screen goes dark. Police blimps circle overhead, as two goons suspiciously run from a burning bank. Cops are on the chase, but not nearly fast enough, as the crooks look to escape. Then, before their very eyes, the grim visage of the Dark Knight drops from the heavens, ready to stop them at any […]
Batman: Arkham Asylum revolutionized many things; stealth-based games, action games, the super hero genre, etc. It set a grand stage across the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, bringing DC Comics’ Dark Knight into one of the greatest games of this generation. So what does the planned sequel, Batman: Arkham City, have to do? Everything! Rocksteady […]
Picture a futuristic Detroit Deluxe, complete with all the visions any proper future city should have. At least, that’s what Abraham Kane had in mind when the billionaire designed the town within Disney’s latest toon, Motorcity. But this Disney XD series really heats up when Mike Chilton and The Burners ride their fleet of hot […]
With over 8 million fans and counting, Teletoon Retro has become a mighty force! Teletoon Retro, the younger cousin to Teletoon (think Cartoon Network and Boomerang) is known for being home to some of animation’s most classic tales; Spider-man, Inspector Gadget, He-Man, She-Ra, G.I. Joe, Tom & Jerry, Scooby-Doo, Bugs Bunny, The Smurfs, The Jetsons, […]
Roughly 20 years ago, the world of animation was about to change. Warner Bros. was riding high on the success of the brand new Batman franchise — the one with Michael Keaton, long before Christian Bale wore the cape — and the company wanted to reach a younger audience with a new cartoon. Bruce Timm […]