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Cartoon Profile: Batman: The Animated Series

USA Info
Batman: The Animated Series Batman: The Animated Series
60+ TV episodes
Warner Bros.
Bob Kane
Bruce Timm
Drama, Adventure, Fantasy
Batman Beyond
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Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
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Batman: Gotham Knight
Bruce Wayne/Batman
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Simon Trent/The Gray Ghost
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Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon, and on VHS at Amazon.

Cartoon Characters: Batman: The Animated Series

English Name
English Name
English Name
English Name
Bruce Wayne/Batman Com. James W. Gordon Nightwing The Creeper
Simon Trent/The Gray Ghost Det. Harvey Bullock Poison Ivy The Judge
The Joker Dr. Leslie Tompkins Ra's al-Guhl The Mad Hatter
Alfred Pennysworth Firebug Red Claw The Penguin
Baby Harlequin Robin The Riddler
Bane Jonah Hex Rupert Thorne Two-Face
Batgirl Killer Croc Scarecrow  
Catwoman Man-Bat Talia  
Clayface Mr. Freeze The Clock King  

Cartoon Description: Batman: The Animated Series

Notice: Batman: The Animated Series is not Japanese animation! It is a cartoon produced in the US. However, because it has a style that is strongly influenced by anime, I have decided to include it on this site. If you're one of those hard-core anime purists who can't stand seeing a non-anime series on a site dedicated to Japanese animation, then just press the Back button on your web browser and pretend like you were never here.

Like a grim angel guarding the citizens of Gotham City, Batman, the Dark Knight, watches over its citizens in the darkness of night, protecting them from the various criminals, terrorists, and predators who would scar their lives and ravage their existences. His own origins were born out of his personal tragedy, so he dedicates his life by preventing the same to others.

This series, which was loosely based on the 1989 Tim Burton movie and was originally first aired on FOX, focuses more on drama and action than the movie did, which profiles Batman more closely to the vision of Bob Kane's original comic book.

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