I looked for one of these but didn't find it so I decided to start my own. I ignorantly disregarded this show when I first caught a glimpse of it. I dismissed it as a childish, immature show only aimed at little kids. I didn't hate on it for merely being light-hearted because I need my Batman dark- I thought it was just gonna be light for the sake of being light and appealing only to small kids just to have a Batman show that all kids could watch. What a jerk I felt like. This show is, with all seriousness, just as brilliant as Batman: The Animated Series for what it set out to do. It's a lavish, unabashed love letter to the Silver Age. I feel a person has to be a bit more than a casual fan to really appreciate this show. It not only references and pays respect to the Silver Age, but all era's of DC comics. This show is witty, tongue-in-cheek, funny and it can also be serious from time to time. The animation is crisp, vibrant and appealing. The scripts are almost always well thought out and fun. There is hardly a flat out crappy episode in its three season run. The voice acting is universally superb. There is hardly a thing I dislike about this show. It's innocent enough to be watched by small children while still be appealing to adults with it's deadpan humor and awesome respect for that bygone era of the 60s comic scene.