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Old 10-05-2011, 01:02 AM   #26
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Alfred running around shooting people and Prof Pyg showing up, that looks pretty dark to me.

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Old 10-05-2011, 01:13 AM   #27
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I'm not getting that vibe from the artwork, nor the title.

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Old 10-05-2011, 02:47 AM   #28
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I remember when Brave and the Bold was announced, a lot of folks here cried foul that they seemed to be aiming the show at kids, and they all predicted it was gonna be the worst Batman show ever, and look how that turned out. I agree it doesn't look good, but for Bats' sake it's ONE picture and a one sentence description. Let's wait until we see it before we declare the end of the world.

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Old 10-05-2011, 09:07 AM   #29
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I honestly care more about Aardman's Batman shorts. Aardman is ALWAYS quality.

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Old 10-05-2011, 09:12 AM   #30
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Eh, the look is horrible. "Alfred with guns" is obviously just a shock attempt by the creators.


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Old 10-05-2011, 09:20 AM   #31
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Does Batman look trunks-less to anyone? This could be ther first time in animation that he didn't have them other than Batman Beyond (though that was a different suit).

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agree.

James Tucker was announced as the producer of the new Batman series at ComiCon two summers ago. Based on the look and synopsis, I now understand why he's no longer attached to the show.

Love ya James- wish that you, and not Sam Register, were in charge of all things Batman at WB Animation.
James Tucker sure as hell needs to be attached to something. I want to see him exec. producing another DC show, especially one with a more serious take after the lighter BBATB and Legion shows.

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Old 10-05-2011, 03:24 PM   #33
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Claymation Batman is also coming and more to DC Nation

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Sweet. Doom Patrol.

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Why is Alfred toting a gun? Isnt that the complete opposit of the entire POINT of Batman?
The main point of Batman is he's a powerless superhero/crimefighter who dresses in a bat-themed suit. His no-kill rule is very much secondary to that.

Still, I agree. I doubt Batman would let Alfred work for him if he was a duel-pistol wielding nut.

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Old 10-06-2011, 01:42 AM   #36
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How is it that they keep screwing up Batman animation? They hit it out of the park in the 1990s and early 00s. Then they did the atrocious "the Batman" and ever since, animated Batman has either been crappy (The Batman) or campy (Brave & the Bold which isn't bad, but is too light imho) and now this? WTF?

So if we're getting good live action Batman, we get crap animation? And if we get good animation, we get crap Batman?

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Old 10-06-2011, 07:24 AM   #37
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Well The Brave and the Bold sounded truly awful to me and I wouldnt even check it out. But it came on tv one day and I loved it first time I saw it. So I'm willing to give this a chance and hopefully I will enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed all the Batman shows since a child.

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How is it that they keep screwing up Batman animation? They hit it out of the park in the 1990s and early 00s. Then they did the atrocious "the Batman" and ever since, animated Batman has either been crappy (The Batman) or campy (Brave & the Bold which isn't bad, but is too light imho) and now this? WTF?
Brave and Bold outdarked Batman the Animated Series bro.

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Well The Brave and the Bold sounded truly awful to me and I wouldnt even check it out. But it came on tv one day and I loved it first time I saw it. So I'm willing to give this a chance and hopefully I will enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed all the Batman shows since a child.
Exactly. I refuse to get on the "I hate this show even thought I've only seen one picture from it" bandwagon. Y'all are way too quick to judge this show before seeing any actual footage from it.

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How about the "I'm not watching this show because I'm tired of Batman cartoons, and even if I did want to watch it, I'd probably never remember to turn it on, like what happened with Brave and the Bold" bandwagon? It's getting lonely here.

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Old 10-06-2011, 02:43 PM   #41
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None of these elements are new to animation
Professor Pyg being a full out villain alongside Toad is new to animation. Having a 1 scene cameo is not the same thing, at all. Katana being Batman's close sidekick instead of one of the members of the Outsiders is new, and if the press is correct and Alfred is actually teaming up and fightning crime with Batman, then thats new as well but also highly strangre.

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Maybe this won't be as bad as some of us think, but it still comes off as more cheaply animated fluff, nothing anywhere near groundbreaking. I think BatB is good for what it is, but I don't think the animated series of the past decade represent a truly serious attempt at making a Batman show. Doing a show like TAS is just not cost effective and marketable I guess.

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Old 10-06-2011, 11:20 PM   #44
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What irks me more is they don't want to "do another Joker story", so the alternative is... this? I don't get it. Batman has the widest range of villains, and most importantly they have been proven to be popular. They don't have to cover the same old ground, but there are literally dozens of other supporting characters and rogues that could fill those slots. And it is wasted on these nobodies.

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Old 10-08-2011, 02:06 AM   #45
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The Joker needs a rest. He is WAY OVER USED.
I hope they used some Alan Grant/Norm Breyfogel villians.
Anarky, Corrsive Man, Cornius Sirk, Cavader, and Ratcatcher.

Too bad they choose Katanna over Cassandra Cain.

Instead making another a new Batman series, I wish they would have done another 20-25 episodes of B:TB&TB. That show is

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Old 10-09-2011, 01:00 PM   #46
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Besides, it's not like the Joker is being completely ignored. They said he and Penguin would be featured villains as well.

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interesting. wonder will they operate out of wayne tower instead of wayne manor..

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This looks like ****.

I can't think of a reply more constructive than that. This is horrible in every way.

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This looks like ****.

I can't think of a reply more constructive than that. This is horrible in every way.
And you can tell what this show be like all from Just ONE picture? What, are you psychic or something?

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I don't think i'll like this, no mather what other fans said i also don't really like the brave and the bold, still hoping for another batman show in the vein of the B:TAS

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