Batman: The Animated Series
Batman: The Animated Series
TV-PG | 05 September 1992 (USA)
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    Excellent but underrated film

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    A different way of telling a story

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    The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.

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    Francene Odetta

    It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.

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    I have a very cool mom who read me Tolkien as a kid and got me started on my path to the geek-side watching Star Wars and anything sci-fi. This Batman series was on after school and I would jump off the bus and run home to watch this with her. We both liked how it was just a little bit darker and more serious than other Batman versions.

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    This animated series had it all: the best writers, voice actors, and animation team.

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    You know, I never seen this appearing on television like. I mean, I know I was only born when it was shown. Man, the 80's kids were lucky to watch better TV shows back then because now, we have such rubbish shows that I would just get depressed easily and im telling the truth here! I was so truly surprised for the fact, "the" Mark Hamill known as Luke Skywalker, played the King of Crime. Yes you know who, the Joker. You wouldn't believe it like, he doesn't sound like himself in this, omg that's funny and amazing at the same time on how voice actors can disguise their voices without you knowing it's actually them! I even seen that himself and Conroy are gonna play again as Batman and the Joker in "Batman:the killing joke". I hope it's gonna be good even if it's rated R lol! Anyways I loved the action, the music, the other villains and of course, Batman & Robin themselves. I can't tell how the series really made me feel good to be a fan of Batman. Well mostly, I love the DC girls such as Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Catwoman. They were just great as villains/anti heroes. You would tell that Batman in this, would love to choose them all as lovers if he could haha! Anyways im glad to have found out about this series, it's one of the best TV shows out there regardless of the years that it was last seen!

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    Johnny H.

    Batman: The Animated Series (T.A.S.) was, still is, and always will be cited as one of, if not the finest superhero TV show that ever was, animated or not. The storytelling is perfect, the way Batman/Bruce Wayne is depicted has no faults at all, and it is the literal incarnate as to how comic adaptations should look and aspire to be: a piece of serialized artwork that perfectly captures its source of inspiration while at the same time being its own thing and inventing a completely new and fresh take on a decades old character who has become as iconic as Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes.Batman: T.A.S. is still an entertaining and fast-paced adventure through animation cells and traditional superhero fun that we've all come to know and love, especially from a character such as The Dark Knight. This show is a timeless classic that has influenced basically all the adaptations of Batman, cinematic or otherwise, after its 1992 television debut. Batman: T.A.S. is the defining superhero television show and is truly a platinum gem in the history of television.

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