Batman: The Brave and the Bold 3 Seasons 2009

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Season 1
(22) IMDb 7.8/10
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19. Legends of the Dark Mite! TV-NR CC

Batman's biggest fan, Bat-Mite, is also his biggest nightmare when the 5th dimensional imp pops up and, in an effort to make Batman a better hero, causes chaos in the city.

Starring:
Diedrich Bader, James Arnold Taylor
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
May 29, 2009

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 1
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    1. Rise of the Blue Beetle! Batman and Blue Beetle team up to save an alien race from Kanjar Ro.

    TV-NR 23min November 14, 2008
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    2. Terror on Dinosaur Island! Batman and Plastic Man thwart Gorilla Grodd's plot to devolve humans into primates.

    TV-NR 23min November 21, 2008
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    3. Evil Under the Sea! Batman aids Aquaman as Ocean Master and Black Manta team up in an assassination plot.

    TV-NR 23min December 5, 2008
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    4. Invasion of the Secret Santas! After Batman and Blue Beetle take down the Sportsmaster, Batman and Red Tornado fight to stop Fun Haus' Yuletide crime spree.

    TV-NR 23min December 12, 2008
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    5. Day of the Dark Knight! Batman and Green Arrow are transported back in time by Merlin for a quest to retrieve Exaclibur, but they must first defeat Morgan Le Fey.

    TV-Y7 23min January 2, 2009
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    6. Enter the Outsiders! Batman and Wildcat face off against a group of teens--the Outsiders--whose pranks turn to criminal activity. Batman and B'Wana Beast take down Black Manta in teaser.

    TV-NR 23min January 9, 2009
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    7. Dawn of the Dead Man! First, Batman and Kamandi outrace a horde of monsters, then Deadman and Batman team up as spirits to stop Gentleman Ghost from raising an army of undead criminals.

    TV-NR 23min January 16, 2009
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    8. Fall of the Blue Beetle! Blue Beetle traces his legacy back to the original Blue Beetle, which leads him to the dangerous Science Island where he battles legions of robots alongside Batman.

    TV-NR 23min January 23, 2009
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    9. Journey to the Center of the Bat! Batman is poisoned by Chemo, who is under the control of the Brain, and Atom and Aquaman shrink down to fight the virus in his bloodstream.

    TV-NR 23min January 30, 2009
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    10. The Eyes of Despero! The GL corps is MIA after a battle with Despero and Batman must team with G'Nort, Guy Gardner and Sinestro to defeat Despero before he turns the living Green Lantern planet into a weapon.

    TV-NR 24min February 6, 2009
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    11. Return of the Fearsome Fangs Batman and a reluctant Bronze Tiger fight to prevent Fox, Vulture and Shark from invading an ancient Chinese temple and stealing the sacred animal totem from within.

    TV-NR 23min February 20, 2009
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    12. Deep Cover for Batman! Batman swaps places with Owlman--his criminal counterpart in an alternate Universe--to stop the Crime Syndicate (think evil Justice League) from taking over the world.

    TV-NR 23min February 27, 2009
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    13. Game Over for Owlman! On Earth, Owlman has been perpetrating crimes disguised as Batman and assembled all the villains to join him. Batman returns and teams with Joker to take Owlman down while avoiding all the heroes who are after him.

    TV-NR 23min March 6, 2009
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    14. Mystery in Space! On his birthday, a melancholy Aquaman joins Batman for a space adventure. Together they travel to Adam Strange's home planet of Rann, where the aquatic hero washes awayhis birthday blues with an epic battle against the Gordanians.

    TV-NR 23min March 13, 2009
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    15. Trials of the Demon! In 19th century London, Jason Blood - aka The Demon Etrigan -- has been framed for supernatural attacks perpetrated by Gentleman Ghost. Batman travels back in time.

    TV-NR 23min March 20, 2009
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    16. Night of the Huntress! Blue Beetle develops a crush on the slightly older and dangerous femme fatale Huntress, but there is little time for love with Baby Face busting his gang out of prison for a major heist.

    TV-NR 23min May 8, 2009
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    17. Menace of the Conqueror Caveman! 31st Century Booster Gold travels back 100 centuries to join Batman and become a celebrity hero. In his quest, he enables the immortal tyrant Vandal Savage to carry out his nefarious plot.

    TV-NR 23min May 15, 2009
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    18. The Color of Revenge! Batman and Robin team up again, but it's not like it always was. As Crazy Quilt comes after Robin for revenge, all the dirty laundry comes out between the dynamic duo.

    TV-NR 23min May 22, 2009
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    19. Legends of the Dark Mite! Batman's biggest fan, Bat-Mite, is also his biggest nightmare when the 5th dimensional imp pops up and, in an effort to make Batman a better hero, causes chaos in the city.

    TV-NR 23min May 29, 2009
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    20. Hail the Tornado Tyrant! Red Tornado attempts to create a being that will posess the one thing he lacks: human emotion. His experiment goes awry after an attack from Major Disaster.

    TV-NR 23min June 5, 2009
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    21. Duel of the Double Crossers! When Mongul recruits Jonah Hex to bring new gladiators to War World, the old west bounty hunter wrangles the Dark Knight. Hex and Batman team up to take down the violent empire.

    TV-NR 23min June 12, 2009
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    22. The Last Bat on Earth! Gorilla Grodd travel's to the future where intelligent animals rule humans -- Batman follows him and teams with Kamandi (the last boy on Earth) to bring him down.

    TV-NR 23min June 19, 2009
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    23. When Omac Attacks! The all-American fighting machine OMAC is pitted against the equally destructive Shrapnel in a fight to the finish, but the architect behind the battle is the mysterious villain "Libra".

    TV-NR 23min October 9, 2009
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    24. Inside The Outsiders! Batman and the Outsiders are under a metaphysical attack by Psycho Pirate. Batman enters the Mindscape and helps Black Lightning, Katana and Metamorpho battle their own personal demons.

    TV-NR 23min October 16, 2009
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    25. Mayhem of the Music Meister! Batman and Black Canary are pitted against Music Meister, who is able to exert powerful mind control through song. When he hijacks a communications satallite, the entire world becomes subject to his musical bidding.

    TV-NR 23min October 23, 2009
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    26. The Fate of Equinox! Batman has his final battle with the balance-obsessed villain Equinox as the maniac tries to remake the universe in his own image.

    TV-NR 23min November 6, 2009

Product Details

Genres Adventure, Action, Kids & Family
Director Ben Jones
Starring Diedrich Bader, James Arnold Taylor
Supporting actors Jim Piddock, Paul Reubens, Thomas F. Wilson, Bruce W. Timm
Season year 2009
Network Warner Bros.
Executive Producer Michael Jelenic
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Funny and campy!
J. Driscoll
The only downside is that, again, this set sadly lacks the special features that were absent on the dvd collections as well.
Tyler Johnson
I love batman, I'm a huge fan and I was surprised that a lighter version of him was so engrossing.
Sheila Jones

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Johnson on December 9, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
It's finally here. The collection that we have been waiting on for nearly four years has finally arrived, and its almost everything that I could have asked for. To be perfectly honest, I didn't think we would ever see Batman: The Brave and the Bold in the glorious hi-def picture that we so richly deserved. The only downside is that, again, this set sadly lacks the special features that were absent on the dvd collections as well.

The picture and sound quality are wonderful, seeing as this show was gorgeous in the first place. This set is the COMPLETE first season, not the half season releases we saw with the DVD collections. There really isn't much to say beyond this. Batman the brave and the bold is a fun, bright, imaginative, absolute blast of a TV show, and now its finally on Blu-ray. It is a great show, and deserves to be in your collection. A treasure and an absolute must buy.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By brodezoe on July 31, 2013
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There are a great deal of people out there that don't like Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the very same reasons that I love it. The show doesn't take itself too seriously, it brings back TONS of past villians that aren't seen so often anymore, and it's just fun. One of the absolute best episodes of the season is the musical episode: "Mayhem of the Music Meister" which has it's own soundtrack. I can't emphasize enough how much I loved this series.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dre TOP 50 REVIEWER on November 20, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
This 2 Disc BluRay set contains all 26 episodes from the First Season of the Batman: The Brave and the Bold series. Amazon doesn't always do a good job on their episode listings so here are the episodes that are included in this BluRay set:

1. The Rise of the Blue Beetle
2. Terror on Dinosaur Island
3. Evil Under the Sea
4. Day of the Dark Knight
5. Invasion of the Secret Santas
6. Enter the Outsiders
7. Dawn of the Dead Man
8. Fall of the Blue Beetle
9. Journey to the Center of the Bat
10. The Eyes of Despero
11. Return of the Fearsome Fangs
12. Deep Cover for Batman
13. Game Over for Owlman
14. Mystery in Space
15. Trials of the Demon
16. Night of the Huntress
17. Menace of the Conqueror Caveman
18. The Color of Revenge
19. Legends of the Dark Mite
20. Hail the Tornado Tyrant
21. Duel of the Double Crossers
22. Last Bat on Earth
23. When OMAC Attacks
24. The Fate of Equinox
25. Mayhem of the Music Meister
26. Inside the Outsiders
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Davis VINE VOICE on August 15, 2013
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Bottom Line: Somewhat campy, but an enjoyable somewhat light hearted version of Batman. I enjoyed the artwork and most if not all of the stories in the series.

Let's get serious; any superhero cartoon is inherently a fantasy story. If someone actually tried to apprehend criminals the way Batman does in any of the comic books, movies, or television shows, then the police would hunt him down and kill him. So, there is an implied balance between the fantasy and the "realistic" elements of the superhero story. In the case of BATMAN: The Brave and the Bold, the stories are more light-hearted and campy with the balance clearly leaning toward the fantasy side of the story.

I tend to agree with many of the other viewers that of all the Batman television series, Batman: The Complete Animated Series does the best job of finding an entertaining balance, but that doesn't mean that you should completely discount BATMAN: The Brave and The Bold.

However, if you prefer you Batman to be only dark and tormented, then this series isn't for you. If you can enjoy a Batman that is a bit of a parody of himself, then this might be something you can enjoy. Likewise, while child suitable, there are some jokes that clearly aimed at the parents.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Pring on December 5, 2008
It's obvious they are going back to an almost Adam West version of Batman, but the primise is very promising, Batman is teamed with a new hero from the DC universe to defeat villians, works for me. The Animation is amazingly smooth and very detailed, albeit obviously made in the old fasioned comic book stylings of the 1960s, still this is a show meant for children thereby adults need not get so uptight because it's not "The Dark Knight" version of Batman. From what I've seen it's a perfectly harmless and fun cartoon that children should enjoy, with adult supervision of course (and adults you can enjoy the cornyness of the detail, but still enjoy the benifit of something that isn't japanese based so that you can understand it a bit better).
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Motti on May 13, 2013
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love the batman of my youth - lots of humor and action - good classic DC fun. the great thing about so many different versions of characters is enjoying the variety and takes on them.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Giardina on August 5, 2009
Look, my idealized version of Batman - across all mediums - is Batman: The Animated Series (Batman - The Complete Animated Series). When I think of Batman, it's Kevin Conroy's voice I hear in my head. This new series is NOT that Batman. My least favorite version of Batman is the old campy Adam West TV show, followed by Super Friends. Those were some crap. This cartoon series is like you smashed the three previous versions together, threw in some Justice League Unlimited (Justice League Unlimited, Seasons 1-2 (DC Comics Classic Collection)), and ended up with something weird but special. Batman in The Brave and the Bold is more teacher and leader than dark knight. Yes, it's the dude from Office Space (Office Space (Special Edition with Flair!) [Blu-ray]) doing the voice (it grows on you though...it's not Kevin Conroy, but it's kinda perfect for the role). Yes, there are some corny as heck lines (especially in the Aquaman episodes), but you're laughing WITH the lines, not at them.

Look, I love the B:TAS and the other, tougher versions of Batman. Am I going to buy the Superman/Batman movie (Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (Two-Disc Special Edition)) with Conroy and the others? Oh yes.
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