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Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Season 1
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Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The Complete First Season(DVD)
Batman isnt going at it alone this time! From Warner Bros. Animation comes the latest interpretation of the classic Batman franchise. The caped crusader teams up with heroes from across the DC Universe, delivering nonstop action and adventure with a touch of comic relief. Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Aquaman and countless others will get a chance to uphold justice alongside Batman. Though still based in Gotham, Batman will frequently find himself outside city limits, facing situations that are both unfamiliar and exhilarating. With formidable foes around every corner, Batman will still rely on his stealth, resourcefulness and limitless supply of cool gadgets to bring justice home. So if youre brave … and bold … join Batman: The Brave and the Bold right here.]]>
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I gave it a chance simply because of the opening roster of guest stars like Green Arrow, Blue Beetle, and Kite Man. I was intrigued to see how these guys would be played. After the first few episodes I began to realise that this show is not about Batman, it's one giant brilliant homeage to all of the unknown and (criminaly) unloved characters of the DC Universe. The writing is genius it takes some of the most rediculous characters and concepts and turns them into amazing attention grabbing plots and twists that make you more then eager to watch the next episode.
The use of the opening Teaser before each episode to showcase an upcoming villain or hero (or both) is fantastic, it gets you interested to keep watching the show in hopes that the characters will come back later. (Best surprise for me being The Question showing up in season 1 part 2).
As a show Brave and the Bold is brilliant and the DVD is worth it for the episodes alone. My only dissapointment in this purchase is there's absolutely no special features. I would love to have seen some cast and crew interviews thrown in just to have some insight into why certain decisions were made and what made them pick each character for what reason.
I'm ok with a split season, as quite honestly the set felt like a full season anyway. It's the lack of any kind of extras at all that was dissapointing. Still for 15 bucks it's definately worth it.
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.
Has nothing to do with this series... It's DC.VS. Marvel!.Why can't DC do as good with their heroes in movies as marvel has? I am not looking forward to Justice league movie. Avenger II I am looking forward to. What ever happened to Batman 1966 series?! Is time going to run out for anybody who would remember the series before DC gets off of their rear ends and release the series on DVD??? Oh sure, lets complain about copyrights on 1950's music... Music thje series already paid for just like happy days and still they changed the music in happy days starting with season 2! Music industry stinks! Ruining our favorite TV shows with false music! I had to say something.... Sorry....
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