This has probably been mentioned before, and perhaps even borders on "troll-dom." But recently tried giving "The Batman" another shot and watched a few episodes. Guess what... still hated it. Here's why: 1) The Music. Yes, the music is the #1 reason I can't stand the damn show. Dissonant, unintelligible, unmemorable slop. Mostly consisting of overly reverbed 80's metal guitar tones. Where TAS score created tension and a sense of character, TB score creates a sense of boredom. 2) Unneeded repetitive use of "THE Batman." You can tell it was decided in a preproduction meeting that "every time a character would normally say 'Batman' we are going to put 'the' in front of it... everytime and with strict exception." Sounds unbelievably forced. 3) Adam West as Commissioner Gordon. A cute casting idea, we get it. But let's be honest... Mr. West's acting is laughable and detracts from the overall tone of the series. 4) Joker character design. It's always good to put a new twist on an old character... but please don't completely rape the source material. 5) The Arbiter = The Joker. *see above* Although I do agree the bar was set impossibly high by Mark Hamil... it just don't work to hear the voice of Master Chief's adversary/compadre as the Clown Prince. 6) Lack of artistic definition/depth in The Batman charater. Do gotta give credit to the artistic/visual style and vision of the show. Although, it just seems they left Batman's appearance too undefined and ambiguous. It appears that they tried to make him look stoic and able to blend into the shadows, but sacrificed too much definition. 7) That unexplainable 6th sense that there's something missing. Yes, this is a cop-out reason and has no factual/rational basis. However, you ever see a movie/show that for all intensive purposes SHOULD be good... but just feels empty (i.e. The Corpse Bride, AVP/R)? Anyone else get that when they watch this show? ...anybody? No?