Top 11 Batman TAS Episodes

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  • illustral  - The good ol' days...
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    Ahh, I always loved this series. It had a good 'n serious tone while still maintaining a kid-appropriate atmosphere.

    Why don't you do this any more, cartoons?
  • xApatheticOnex
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    Your best title card yet. I want this series to come out on BluRay already!
  • Dancingstagequeen
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    I wish i could see it, for some reason the title cards rarly show up for me :(
  • WTD-Sleepy
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    Just go to Marobot's DeviantArt. You can see all of them there.
  • Moreno X  - Re: xApatheticOnex
    Dude, you read my mind. It's exactly I'm willing to wait to buy the Blu-ray package of the Batman: The Complete Animated Series instead the DVD collection. Should I or it's best to get the DVD before they're all out? Amazon.ca should have more copies to mail, right?
  • AndrewDeLong
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    Get the DVD now, and wait for the blu-ray later. It's not as if the resolution will be any better, as they were all animated back in the 90's, when SD was still in it's prime.

    The only advantage BR offers is storage space. But then again, if you get them on DVD, you can always rip them to your computer, thus solving that problem.
  • zaku_kai  - Old series in HD - it is possible...
    It all depends on how the show was produced and what source materials still exist. Look at Star Trek for instance - the original series and TNG were both shot on film, and most of that footage was preserved, which means it was possible to do a remaster in much better quality than the original televised versions.
    In the case of an animated series, the "original" is drawings which are turned into animation cels - and from there probably animated onto film and then transferred onto video. If the film copy still exists, you can get a superior remaster. Even a transfer from 16mm film would be better than a transfer from video. The quality would be worthy of HD.
    But that's only if the show was produced on film, and only if that film copy still exists. Two very big "ifs"...
    Though personally I'm not holding my breath for a Blu-ray release. 20th anniversary would be nice timing, but who knows when/if it will ever happen?
  • Majin47
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    What's Pick#5?
  • Dragon_Nexus
    The episode he chose for #5....
    You know, the one right after him saying that.
  • Rika24
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    ninja turtles 2003 was the closest cartoon i can think of (especially seasons 3 and 4)

    you just need to ignore fast forward and back to the sewers -_-;
  • August M.  - There's still are mature, kid friendly cartoons ar
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    Recent shows like Spectacular Spider-Man, Wolverine and the X-Men, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Young Justice, and Thundercats are around the level of Batman TAS. It's just that people overlook them because they're surrounded by stupid animated comedy shows that take their comedy from Family Guy.

    As for the list, it was great(All these episodes are REALLY GOOD). Hey Critic, if you enjoyed the "Mad Love" episode, I suggest(If no one else have) reading the comic version of it that was made years before the episode. It's similar to the episode but has more mature content(But still kid-friendly).
  • Sean Strife
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    Really? Star Wars: The Clone Wars? I can't stand that show, personally.
  • Jegsimmons
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    actually the Clone Wars show is pretty good, though it is kind of silly-ish coming from the prequel trilogy, but the writing is some of the strongest in star wars. especially the episode "Brothers".
  • MissAshley
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    "I can't stand that show, personally."

    Roger roger.
  • Gaiash
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    August M probably meant the older Clone Wars from the animation team behind Samurai Jack. That was a great series. The new one I agree with you on though.
  • Fangheart
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    Young Justice, are you fucking kidding me? Young Justice is just Twilight with DC superheros instead of vampires.


    oh, and critic, I'm still waiting for you to admit that robin from Teen Titans was not a "Dumbass In Distress" like you said all the other robins are. he was epic and awesome, and I'm sure Douchey will agree with me......*hint, hint*.
  • Xikar  - How?
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    You're probably just a troll.
    But how is YJ Twilight? Are you referring to Miss Martian and Superboy? Because they have character as oppose to Bella and Edward who are just a pair pants and cardboard cutout.

    If you're referring to the the fact they have relationships read a damn comic book intimate relationships are the part of modern comics.
  • Fangheart
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    I am not a troll. maybe that was slightly harsh and a bit of an overstatement, but the target audience of Young Justice is the twilight demographic. the reason is obvious; look at how shitty Twilight is and yet look at how much money it made due to the number of people who are retarded enough to actually like an be interested in that sort of thing. The twilight demographic is, among other things, huge and if a show can appeal to that many people, they get money. lots of it.

    and how do I know the Twilight demographic is is the target audience? well, other than hearing it from various, reliable sources, I can tell just by watching it! I mean, hello!? LOOK at Superboy! tall, dark haired youth with rippling muscles and never ever EVER cracking a smile or making a joke, always mopey and upset at his uniquely unfortunate situation. Superboy doesn't have one lighthearted bone in his kriptonian body. he is chalk full of angst, and angst can only go so far without being just plain annoying and stupid. and Young Justice crossed the line with it's teen angst. or yeah, look at Miss Martian. besides the fact that she had green skin, she's a shy, down to earth, normal to the point of being just bland, girl with virtually no self esteem, the common, "shy self conscious teenage girly girl" cliche.....yuck!

    it's not because of the relationships, it's because of all the angst and attempts to "relate to average, normal teenage life" and the no nonsense, deadly serious tone that leaves no room for the slightest bit of lightheartedness that makes that show boring and unoriginal. At lest Batman TAS had Harley, the greatest batman character period in my opinion. At least Batman occasionally made a few small jokes, even if they were subtle. My favorite character from YJ used to the ONE character on that show with a sense of humor, Kidflash, but then I saw the episode that relieved that he hates magic, which shows he's closed minded, so, there goes that likable character.

    That show is pondering to the tween demographic who want their "characters" to be all angsty and serious and tormented and all that shit. Batman TAS my have had some angst, but it wasn't stupid tween angst, it was realistic, adult angst, which is way more mature. and it did have some lightheartedness, even if it never actually came from Batman himself. the only lightheartedness in YJ comes from that idiot, Kidflash. I mean, really!? REALLY, Kidflash!? you don't think magic exists!? you live in the DC UNIVERSE, and you don't think magic exists. just.........wow. and here I was actually thinking his sense of humor meant he was open minded.

    you want even more proof of YJ's true intended audience? Robin is voiced by Jesse McCartney. that should tell you enough about who the show's creators want to appeal to.
  • TheDued92
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    So the only problem you have with this show is that it takes itself seriously and some how that makes it for the Twilight demographic. I have nothing to say at this point other then WTF.
  • Fangheart
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    It takes it self TOO seriously. shows need at least little bit of lightheartedness, otherwise their just.....boring. boring and stupid. and no, taking itself seriously does not make it for the Twilight demographic, using elements that only tween girls find interesting makes it for the twilight demographic.
  • sneeson
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    I know many fans of this show and not one of them is a "tween girl". YOU ARE WRONG sir.
  • Fangheart
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    I didn't say the target audience was actually met, just what the creators were trying to do. XP
  • Xeria80  - YJ not as good
    I'm not a tween and I am a huge fan of YJ - the comic. If you read the comic, SB's personality is COMPLETELY different.
    I also agree that YJ is nowhere NEAR Batman TAS level. To be honest, the only modern cartoon that would have a chance would be Avatar.
    I would have added "Old Wounds" into the list, but it's a Robin-centered episode and the majority of people hate him for some reason. *sigh* It's hard to be an actual comic fan surrounded by others who don't read them.
  • Fangheart
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    If the comic is better than great. I actually expect it to be. but I was referring to the show. in fact, maybe not even the whole show. but I stand by what I said before; Superboy in the Young justice TV show is INTENDED to be nothing more than angst ridden tween fangirl fodder. I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest if there was even some Superboy/Aqualad yaoi fanart out there, he's another character who doesn't seem to know what the term "lighthearted fun" means. The real, original Aqualad, the one from Teen Titans, was way better. like, WAY better.
  • OmegaX2000  - Twilight with DC superheros instead of vampires?
    You know what, FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!
  • SpeedyEric  - Re: August M.
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    I agree that these shows took the example of Batman TAS. I should also note that the entire series was inspired by the Superman cartoons from the 1940s.
  • August M.
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    Those Superman cartoons are AWESOME!!! Easily the best cartoons about Superheroes.
  • Moreno X  - Re: August M.
    Well, I think you could add "Avatar: The Last Airbender" which, personally, I think it should be ranked along side with Batman: TAS because of its strong story, great characters to identify, the action packs are great to sit back and, the best of all, great hand-drawn animation to look at. I couldn't believe that when the Airbender was on the air, I wasn't aware of it nor took a look to see what's great about. Now, with Netflix, I can now understand why everyone loves the cartoon.
  • August M.  - Ehh...
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    To be fair, I'm not a fan of it. Granted I understand the fanbase loyalty to it and there's some characters I actually love(Toph, Iroh, Zuko, and Azula only) but the comedy bits ruins the story for me, especially Sokka's antics(It feels forced and out of place). Still, better than most kid shows these days.
  • ultramanmattia
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    Love this series!
    Also Brave And The Bold is pretty good if you know the old Batman comics and if you can accept a non-dark Batman story.
  • August M.
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    Yup. I also like The Batman for having Batgirl as his first partner before Robin. To me, the team of Batman and Batgirl is much better than with Robin.
  • SpeedyEric
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    I also enjoy "The Batman." I feel that Batman TAS is to the Burton films, what "The Batman" is to the Nolan films.
  • ladydiskette
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    Personally, my favorite episodes are "Harley's Holiday" "Mad as a Hatter" "Tyger Tyger" and yeah...I was a bit happy that he had "Mad Love" on this list since this was the first episode I saw that introduced me to the series.
  • Yamikaiba123  - A loss of good western animated tv shows
    Yeah; I hit this when I was starting up my teen years- I used to cling to the really good animated shows of my generation. They were dark, yet genuinely funny when they needed to be, with interesting characters and intricate plots. The makers of these old shows didn't treat us kids with kiddy gloves- they tried and mostly succeeded in making something that worked in a universal level of story-telling, without crossing the line of pouring too many harsh worldly truths into the mix that would tarnish our blissful ignorance.

    But then, as I mentioned, I hit a wall where I couldn't find any good animated tv-shows anymore. And most of the live action shows out there were just generic stuff appealing to the crowd, or to past success. That's actually how I got into anime, since I could recognize that they (or at least a considerable amount of the writers) were putting serious effort in making good stories and characters. As an adult now, I still recognize what's shallow and cliche, but I continue to find gems here and there every year coming out of Japan that I've just given up looking for in American animation.
  • groupthinker1984
    Were you around for the cartoons before Batman? They were just as bad or worse. Batman (and most of the DC Animated series) is just a bright spot in an otherwise mediocre genre. I think the overall quality of cartoons has gotten better with time.
  • Draggonslayer26  - Loved this show
    I loved this show it was one of my fav chartoons, i think one of your next reviews should be aladdin 2 it sucked lol
  • LikaLaruku
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    Hey, was anyone else's BIG 3 in the 90s Batman TAS (&/or Superman TAS), X-Men, & Gargoyles?
  • Ally-Gator
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    Oh hell to the yes! Those shows were the backbone of my childhood.
    Shame there's nothing like this for kids now, because these were a lot of fun.
  • mrskippy
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    Nah, you change out X-Men with Animaniacs, then you get mine...
  • hole  - secound
    yahhhhhhhhhhh
  • FullofQuestions
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    The show got canceled when I was a year old, and if there were reruns, I didn't have cable. But now, I really want to watch it. I swear, every time you do a Raiders of the Story Ark (or tribute like this), I say to myself, "Oh damn, there's another show I missed out on!"

    I have seen all the Batman movies though, and this show looks different, but just as good.
  • SpeedyEric
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    While your at seeing all of Batman TAS, make sure to also check out Superman TAS, Batman Beyond, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, and the movies like "Mask of the Phantasm."
  • Semudara
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    It's scary, but I can't argue with you that ALL of those shows are absolutely worth checking out. Now that's quality universe-building.
  • Drake666
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    Anybody who watched Batman Beyond should watch the Return of the Joker (uncensored version)... that movie has a nice build up and a pretty good ending :) (and its grimness level is more around the TAS then Batman Beyond).
  • Raven Skyheart
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    I loved that movie... it was very well done and i liked how Terry really got under Jokers nerves LOL and the ending showing who is The joker twins grandma is was the best ever ^_^
  • SpeedyEric
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    When I first saw RotJoker (the censored version), I was in for a wild ride like I was years later with the Christopher Nolan films.
  • Moreno X
    I've watched Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker years ago on DVD (not the uncensored version; saw it on youtube) and it really was a great build-up.
  • esquog842
    I dont specifically remember liking this series.. Maybe it was a bit serious for me at the time.
  • TheDued92
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    Its hard for me to do a top eleven. There all so good.
  • Magister
    I agree with #1. Most memorable episode of the series, hands down. Other picks, sure.
  • Kirkules
    Agree with all of these, great eps. Such a great show
  • DemonKaizoku
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    All well chosen. I agreed with all these top eleven, NC. Batman The Animated Series was definitely quite an amazing classic. I agree with the first comment - why can't most cartoons be like this, anymore?
  • KageNara
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    I don't wear Hockey Pants!!
  • SpeedyEric
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    Awesome Top 11 list, Doug. I remember watching this show every day after school since I was in kindergarten when it first came on. I love it so much that I have the entire series on DVD. I should also note that when the Joel Schumacher films were released, I wondered why the living crap Two-Face and Mr. Freeze did act the way they did ion the show. I also agree that Kevin Conroy still does an awesome job as The Dark Knight.

    11. Also one of my favorites. I don’t think it’s surprising for anyone to know that I was also a fan boy for Batman. Years later when I found out that The Grey Ghost was played by Adam West, I thought to myself “Perfect casting.” Also, some time ago, Mattel made an action figure of The Gray Ghost in their Justice League Unlimited line.

    10. It may be under-looked, but I still remember it whenever it’s brought up.

    9. I love origin stories, and this one is no exception.

    8. Another memorable episode. It’s also the first Batman story I’ve seen outside the movies where The Penguin is referred to his real name of Oswald Cobblepot. He also has a similar story like he did in “Batman Returns,” and he also has a rubber ducky boat in this episode.

    7. This is possibly my favorite of the 2-parter episodes. It introduced me to Two-Face (who was crazy a frack), It was as dark as the Tim Burton films, and makes me feel different about villains in general.

    6. I also love this episode. It has a nice twist from start to finish, and I actually like the ending.

    5. Another nostalgic episode. It’s like “Inception” if it was a Batman story.

    4. I also wish that “Batman & Robin” could have been much more like this episode, but Schumacher HAD to add the 60s TV series to the abomination of a mix.

    3. I also love this episode because of the Arkham inmates taking over. I feel that it’s stories like this that gave the inspiration to the “Batman: Arkham Asylum” video game.

    2. I also overlooked this episode a bit when it first came out. But as I grew older, I started to pay more attention to the story. Baby Doll is like the super villain version of Gary Colman. BTW, her two goons in this episode are Gilligan and The Skipper.

    1. Man, I too have to also say that “Almost Got ‘Em” is my #1 favorite. Hell, on Christmas 1993, I got a read-along book and audio cassette based on this episode.

    I also enjoy the runners-up. I had to skim through them on Wikipedia to see what those episodes were about. “The Joker’s Favor” was Harley Quinn's first appearance EVER.
  • Jr. Troopa
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    Even the 60's series wasn't as bad as Batman and Robin. I'll take Burt Ward over Chris O'Donnell ANY DAY OF THE WEEK. But I do agree with you the problem of Batman and Robin was blending Mr. Freeze tragedy with the campy nature of the 60's series. Its very hard to blend camp and tragedy in a compelling nature. Batman TAS did it, not so much with Batman and Robin.
  • HanSK  - Batman: Arkham Asylum
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    Actually, "Batman: Arkham Asylum" was inspired by Grant Morrison's "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth"
  • TerminalSanity  - Actually not so much....
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    Maybe you didn't notice but the pretty much all of the VAs in Batman Arkham Asylum and the head writer were all BTAS veterans. Also plot-wise aside from taking place in Arkham it had little to nothing to do with Grant Morrison's Arkham Asylum story hell their there were far more direct in game references to the comic: Arkham Asylum: Living Hell than that story.
  • SpeedyEric
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    That's true. For example, Guard Cash made his first appearance in "Living Hell."
  • Drake666
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    Is "The Joker's Favor" the one with a smuck intimidated by the Joker to place bomb in Gotham ? (because it was pretty good too)
  • Kamdan
    It always seemed to me that for every good episode this series produced, they had to make five crappy episodes. I just wish they could have stayed in prime time and maybe the entire series would have been in this great of quality.
  • Cheshire Kitten
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    I've never seen this show, but it looks pretty good. I might have to check it out.

    "...It was a big rock!" Lol
  • SpeedyEric
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    The DC Animated Universe (which includes Batman TAS) is worth watching.
  • itachi#1
    How did I know you were going to do this after discussing this on Facebook? Great review, I'm going to have to watch the series again soon.
  • Draggonslayer26  - The seaquel to the animated titanic
    I looked it up on youtube omg... it needs someoneot tare it a new one
  • Semudara
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    He said he's not going to do it, sorry.
  • Dark Crow I  - BATMAN!!!!!!
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    This was one of my favourite kids shows
  • TheDVDGrouch
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    A Bullet For Bullock all the way my favorite episode hands down. Best score and a twist ending that actually dropped my jaw as a kid.
  • Aural Aurum
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    I totally agree with you. That was a great episode. I always hated Bullock, but I was fascinated with him at the same time, and it was interesting to see a whole episode devoted to him. I can see why it wouldn't make this list, though, since it really didn't focus on Batman.

    Another honorable mention could go to "Legends of the Dark Knight," from the show's final season on Kid's WB. The framing story was pretty flawed, and the kids in it were pretty obnoxious, but it was cool to see different versions of Batman that have actually existed over the years, in the animated series (especially the DKR version, even though it was a little silly out of context).
  • TheTannedOtaku  - I'm ashamed to admit it but...
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    ...I never saw this show as a kid...
    but after seeing this list, I am going to track it down
  • Psychkemia
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    I think I actually have two vhs sets of this series from when I was a kid..
  • MissPrettyKitty  - Ticked
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    Omg dude!? You left out any eps that have Catwoman and Batman together?! And even in your runners up list you forgot a fantastic ep! What about Tyger Tyger?!
  • OtakuMan28
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    Au Contrare! Don't forget his #1 and #5 pics.
  • pinky75910
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    You're not counting 'Almost Got 'im'?
  • Krystle
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    Omg! I thought I was the only one wondering about "Tyger Tyger"! That was always my absolute favorite episode.
  • hadomaru
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    Best American cartoon ever!
  • Sk8shark  - Dammit
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    I love this show but i cant find the episodes anywhere dammit >:(
  • Xena91388
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    Yes! Batman TAS! This series and the Micheal Keaton movies made me into a die-hard Batman Fan-girl. . . . . . until Batman & Robin *shudders*

    I used to wake up early every Saturday morning so I wouldn't miss it when they showed it back-to-back with Superman.

    It's because of this series Harley Quin became an established cannon character and such an iconic character of the series! :D
  • G-MAN Critic
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    My sister loves this show. And I agree, the show is awesome.

    I wonder if we'll ever see Doug's opinion of the recent Batman shows like The Batman! and The Brave and the Bold.
  • Defenestration
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    Very good List, Critic! Although I kind of disagree with your #1. While I did like "Almost got 'em" My favorite will always be "I am the Night." Which really explored the weight of responsibility that Batman had to bear. It basically explored in 30 minutes, what Christopher Nolan has been trying to do in three films now.
  • sneeson
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    You're not alone there.
  • alexthed
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    Good choices all around. A lot of my favorites didn't make the cut, but it's your list not mine. I haven't seen all the episodes, but I want to look some of them up now. Also, maybe rewatch some of the episodes that made the cut.
  • Archedgar
    That version of Batman is the best animated show ever.

    Kids today are stuck with trash like South Park and The Brave and the Bold, shiver.
  • OtakuMan28
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    The Brave and the Bold isn't that bad. Sure it's not Batman: TAS, but the nods it gives to Batman shows before (INCLUDING Batman: TAS), plus the wide use of other DC C and D-List super heroes (and villains) make it quite nice. When Wonder Woman showed up, they introduced her with the 70's theme song playing in the background.

    No kid would have gotten that, but adults fanboyed all over.
  • Nudgenudge
    Also, Paul Dini (the guy who wrote half of the episodes in the top 11) did write a few episodes of the Brave and the Bold. Understandable, as bringing C and D-List characters is what he loved doing.

    Also also, he gladly loves the new show, even writing the infamous bit where Bat-Mite calls Batman TAS "the tortured avenger crying out for mommy and daddy" in answer to a fan complaining about the lighter tone of the show.
    And then, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm show up in the crowd.
    Dressed as the Joker and Harley Quinn.

    ...did I mention I love Paul Dini's writing? :D
  • TheLaughingFish
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    "And then, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm show up in the crowd.

    Dressed as the Joker and Harley Quinn."

    This was single-handedly the most awesome thing a more campy version of Batman has ever done, ever. And they were even dressed like the BTAS versions! :D
  • Jr. Troopa
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    Whats wrong with Batman: Brave and the Bold? Sure it was campy, but it was a lot of fun and did a great job weaving obscure DC villains and heros into its storylines. I personally prefer The Brave and the Bold's goofy comic book nature to Christopher Nolan's Angsty McStompyboots vs The Incredibly Contrived Monologues. Nothing to shiver about.
  • LikaLaruku
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    Angsty McStompyboots? lol XD
  • HanSK  - The Brave and the Bold
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    The Brave and the Bold is in my personal opinion the second best Batman series ever to be produced

    It does not try to be Batman TAS, but instead explores the more obscure aspects of the character, as well as DC's library in general, and plays great homage to the Batman stories from the 60s and 70s, while adding it's own twists
    Also, most awesome Aquaman incarnation to ever appear on TV
    OUTRAGEOUS!
  • Xikar
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    Brave and the Bold is a much different style of Batman.
    Its Silver Age. Sure Silver Age is probably the strangest period of the comic industry it was fun.
    Besides it introduces a nice line up of C and D list heroes most casual fans of DC aren't aware of.

    If its a choice between watching Brave and Bold or the DCAU then I'll pick the DCAU.
  • TheLaughingFish
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    Remember guys, BatB takes place in a similar place to the same era the Joker unabashedly arranged a series of crimes around his boner. :) Lighten up.

    Though I do have to agree with you, Xikar, if it's a choice between BatB or BTAS, I'll stick with BTAS. Dammit, I just can't let Hamill!Joker die.
  • murkypuddle
    Excellent video! I was very happy and quite suprised to see Babydoll on the list. It's one of my favs too.
  • Eye Carumba
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    I didn't really think about it until I watched this, but nearly all of the villains are just as tragic as Batman. I mean, for Clayface to have the backstory he had and STILL narrowly miss the cut? It's why Batman's rogues will always be among the best characters in any medium.
  • TheLaughingFish
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    Yeah, I think this series has pretty much gotten as close to the comics as one can get in that aspect, while still keeping it fresh and interesting.
  • Curt Tails
    What about I AM CLAYFACE?
  • MissAshley
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    This.

    I guess we'll have to keep an eye out for a next top 11.
  • Geffrod  - Harley and Ivy
    It was incredible hot when batman busted in on them wearing nothing much more than a long shirt barely covering their panties (come on, it was!) It wass as close to lesbian sex I've ever seen in a cartoon, then a GUY busted in (batman), and I was thinking "OMG, you can't go in there with the women like that! Oh wait, yes he can. He's batman. Oh yeah. Oh man, this is awesome and HOT.
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