"The Brave and the Bold" was bad. It was bad in almost every way that it could be bad. Let's talk about the ways that it was bad, and the occasional sparks of brilliance that illuminated the darkness.
At the blog The Brave and The Bold: The Lost Issues, blogmaster Ross teams Batman up with absolutely everybody, copyright be damned. Check out the never-was issues of The Brave and The Bold, guest-starring Alpha Flight, Deathlok, and KISS!
The battle between science and faith is over, and superstition won. Don't believe us? Watch the evidence, as Batman himself chooses magic over his own uber-science during last night's Batman: The Brave And The Bold.
Neil Patrick Harris is up to his old singing supervillainy, this time as the Music Meister on Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Listen to his first nefarious number, where he forces the show's heroes and villains to sing along.
While other shows may be ending with explosive finales, our favorite cartoon Batman: The Brave And The Bold returns tonight with a story of inappropriate crushes and jailbreaks. We have a clip to whet appetites.
Geek icon Wil Wheaton has finally transcended his Wesley Crusher roots... by teaming up with Batman. Wheaton plays the silver-age Blue Beetle in this week's Brave and The Bold, and we couldn't be happier.
The awesome Batman: The Brave And The Bold returns next week with a new episode designed to win over our collective io9 heart - It's got time-travel, Green Lanterns, and Batman's new suit of armor.
Sure, The Dark Knight is a widely acclaimed film that mesmerizes with its portrayal of darkness and obsession, but isn't there more to Batman than grimness? The creators of the new Cartoon Network show Batman: The Brave and The Bold think so. They've created the goofiest, most kid-friendly Batman since the 1970s, as…
Cartoon Network is hoping that none of you are hoping to have a social life come fall, because they have something special planned for your Saturday nights instead: Stormtroopers, superheroes and "alien forces", making up what the channel is somewhat understatedly calling "a good night for sci-fi programs."
Mark Waid is best known for creating the Kingdom Come graphic novel with Alex Ross, but his more recent run on Brave and the Bold has been of the best comics from DC lately. He's one of the quickest people to label himself a comic book nut, and his house is full of memorabilia. He ran down to his local comic book shop…