After writing about Justice League Unlimited last week, my thoughts kept coming back to one episode in particular: “Epilogue.” It’s a story that managed to tie together so many years of Batman in such a perfect manner, it was almost the last-ever episode of the DC animated universe—and it truly understood what makes…
We've known it's been coming for a while after DC announced delays to try and fix the problems with the toyline, but at last, here's some good news for the toyline based on Batman: The Animated Series and The New Adventures Of Batman: Nightwing is on the way, and he looks rather lovely.
If you somehow don't know who Harley Quinn is, Vulture has done a very long and detailed history on her. Even if you do know who she is, this will have new information on the best-selling female character in comics. And then there's the question of how she got so popular, so fast
Arrow has had a few action figures to its name, but somehow it's taken this long to get a plastic incarnation of everyone's favourite hacker badass, Felicity Smoak. Well, huzzah - DC Collectibles have unveiled her figure as well as new figures based on The Flash and Batman: The Animated Series too!
Finally getting action figures emulating the gorgeous style of Batman: The Animated Series has been like a dream come true for fans of the cartoon - or it should have been, if they weren't riddled by quality issues. But hooray! DC have finally addressed the problems, and have announced plans to hopefully fix them.
DC Collectibles débuted their new line of figures based on the fan favourite Batman: The Animated Series earlier this year, but the series is about to get a whole lot cooler - Animated Batgirl is coming!
After a series of smaller, character-themed Vinyl records based on Batman The Animated Series earlier this year, the fine folks over at Mondo are back with an even fancier Vinyl record inspired by the Dark Knight - cut into the shape of the Bat Emblem.
It seems like everyone's turning to Virtual Reality lately as a marketing promo, the likes of Pacific Rim and Interstellar are the latest to use the tech to plug themselves. Not to be left out, Warner Bros. is joining in by letting people poke around the Batcave - but not just any Batcave. Batman: TAS' Batcave!
Artist Jeff Victor has compiled an illustrated evolution of the favorite Batman character Catwoman. Look at all the adorable versions Selina Kyle and how she has transformed over the years.
According to Batman: The Animated Series, young Bruce Wayne grew up watching the pulp adventures of the Gray Ghost (voiced by none other than Adam West) on television. And the first half of this Gray Ghost fan film feels like a dream the adult Batman might have after falling asleep watching old episodes.
Now this is a fun idea. Mondo is making Batman: The Animated Series 7-inch album covers for San Diego Comic-Con. They look so rad.
It's the weekend! And that means you don't have to leave your house for 48 precious hours. Just order delivery. Stay home and chill in your own pod. But what should you watch all weekend? Which DVDs will keep someone happy for an entire two-day span? Name your favorites!
Watch out, living, three-dimensional criminals of Gotham City! Vengeance is also three-dimensional and coming for you thanks to this excellent live-acton remake of the Batman: TAS opening credits. Hey, if Gotham tanks, Fox should just consider making a live-action shot-for-shot remake of TAS. I'd watch it.
Batman: The Animated Series co-creator Bruce Timm delivers a brand new Batman short in honor of the hero's 75th anniversary. Styled as a 1930s pulp, it follows Batman to the lair of Hugo Strange.
Animation can create amazing images and ambitious storylines that live-action just can't compete with. Some of our favorite TV shows of all time have been animated. But what's your choice for the absolute best piece of television animation?
There's a reason so many science fiction and fantasy shows feature trials. Legal battles can be used as an allegory, or a way to expose important issues. But sometimes, these stories just go off the deep end. Here are the most ridiculous trials from science fiction and fantasy television.
The voice of the Joker (Mark Hamill) and voice of Harley Quinn (Tara Strong) recorded this super adorable vine. It is perfect, and we've watched it 500 times.
Soon enough, we're going to be watching spin-offs of The Vampire Diaries and Once Upon a Time, proving that too much of a good thing is never enough. Spin-offs often seem like pointless cash grabs — but there have been some fantastic exceptions. Here are 10 science fiction and fantasy spin-offs that actually rule.
There is nothing more spookily spectacular than Disney Mansion's Hall of Portraits. The stretchy art that reveals terrible horrors under their subjects feet as guests descend into the ride get us every time. But what if this horror was set in Wayne Manor?
Inarguably one of the finest Batman narratives of all times, Batman: The Animated Series has been recut to fit Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises trailer. And lo! The whole thing fits like a glove.