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Batman: The Animated Series 4 Seasons 1992

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Season 1
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(2,095) IMDb 8.3/10

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When a vicious bat creature known as Man-Bat, starts terrorizing Gotham City, everyone mistakenly thinks that Batman is the culprit. Batman must find out who the mysterious Man-Bat is and clear his own name.

Starring:
Kevin Conroy, Bob Hastings
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
September 6, 1992

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Kevin Altieri
Starring Kevin Conroy, Bob Hastings
Supporting actors Richard Moll, Lloyd Bochner, Robert Costanzo, Clive Revill, Marc Singer, Rene Auberjonois, Pat Musick, Meredith MacRae
Season year 1992
Network FOX
Producers Alan Burnett, Jean MacCurdy, Eric Radomski, Tom Ruegger, Bruce W. Timm
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Michael Massetti on June 10, 2014
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Majority of the episodes have the wrong credits in the beginning. The main reason I wanted to watch this was to re-live the feeling I got when I originally watched this show as a kid. The classic "opening bank heist silhouette scene" has been replaced with the less enthusiastic opening credits for "The New Batman & Superman Adventures." The classic "opening bank heist silhouette scene" really sets the tone for a Batman adventure. I prefer to keep Batman and Superman separate.
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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful By FiSH on February 21, 2013
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My son loves Batman. I love to get him Batman toys, but I'd been hesitant to get any kind of video due to the hard nature and adult themes in most of what's out there. After previewing a couple of episodes from The Animated Series, my mind was put as ease and I was happy to know that kid-friendly Batman cartoons existed. Like the Dark Knight himself, the presentation is rather dark and may fool parents about its content. It's not bright and colorful and the music score is a bit sinister. But that's Batman. If you decide to get this for you kids, sit with them and watch a couple of episodes. You may find yourself wanting to watch more! There's no killing, no blood, and no strong language. The dialogue leans toward the adult side, but most all cartoons do this as they are created by adults. My child expects to see Batman dispensing of the bad guys and sending them to jail, and that's what he gets. If you're at all hesitant to buy this for you child, watch an episode on Amazon first. I think you'll find it worthy for viewing by ages 6 and up.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jorge Castro on April 10, 2015
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the only key issue I have is that the intro to the show is wrong. It's Batman: The Animated Series, not New Adventures of Batman and Superman. Fix that and you get your five stars.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nishanth Chandran on November 19, 2013
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[[Edited 3/5/2014]] Review incorrectly noted that Arkham Origins was voiced by Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill but meant to say Arkham Asylum. Fixed now.

Dark and defining - this is the series that piqued my interest in Batman when I was young.
Voice acting is stellar, done by the defining greats of Batman - Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill etc. You may recognize their voices from the Arkham video game series (Arkham Asylum and Arkham City).
Fantastic themes and the animation has a unique feel to it that you will appreciate.

The 90's rocked and so did this show!!! So watch it or re-watch it ASAP.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Owens on December 30, 2013
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Growing up in the late 80s and early 90s, we started getting some good cartoons. Batman: The Animated series (this applies to all volumes) was one of, if not, the very best ones we got. It featured rich characters, cool villians, and did a great job at portraying the dark, serious side of Batman.

Rewatching the show through Amazon Prime's Instant Video, I'm amazed at the grim, noir styling, something I didn't pick up as a child. While Batman, and sometimes other characters use some "high tech gadgetry", a lot of the show is portraying this 1930's era Chicago Metropolitan area. This goes a long way to reinforcing Batman's roots as a detective and a crime fighter. The show often takes itself very seriously, with the occasional slip of "Har-Har" style dialogue.

My few gripes with the show are that the episodes seem to be out of order, and almost seem as if they are in order of production, and not original air date. The other slight annoyance is how some episodes do not have the original Batman intro, and instead have the Batman/Superman Animated Series intro, which is okay, but not nearly as good. Neither of these issues to me, present a reason for knocking the rating.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shine on May 2, 2014
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Cult classic show ! Good stories .... Best batman animated show ever ... Highly Recommended this show for any dark knight fan
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bryan408SS on May 12, 2014
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This show is the bees knees. This is my original batman no comparison. Glad i can now relive my childhood
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Super Topher on January 22, 2014
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First, let me get my (minor) complaint out of the way; as other reviewers have stated, the episodes, if played as listed, are out of order. This is the case on both the DVDs and when streaming on Amazon instant video. Why this was done is an object of debate, but my contention is that it could have easily been avoided by the WB by simply having placed them in order on the discs. That being said, the original air dates are listed, so if it matters to you, (which it does to me!) you can look at those and simply watch them in the order in which they were aired.

Now, what makes this series so highly lauded among casual Batfans and uber-nerds alike? Well, quite simply; it gets it. First of all, the show never forgets what the many movie incarnations often seem to; that Batman, above the suit and all the gadgets, is a detective first. At no point in the series are we even close to thinking that Batman, while always formidable, is anywhere near being just a thug in a scary costume. More often than not, it's his incredible astute mind that gets him the win, over and over.

Next, while being a cartoon, Batman: The Animated Series never shies away from the darkness at the heart of the Batman mythos. Gotham is a bleak and gothic city, full of crime, corruption and sad stories. It's not the shiny, primary colored Metropolis of Superman. It's exactly the place you would expect to birth a hero like the Batman.

I can't talk about the greatness of the series, of course, without mentioning a voice cast that is consistently stellar. To this day, whenever I am reading a Batman comic, it's usually Kevin Conroy's voice I hear in my head. Mark Hamill's Joker will always be the standard for any animated version of the clown prince of crime.
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