I am vengeance! I am the night! I am Batman!!!

This news makes me insanely happy. Among DC’s new action figures are the Batman: The Animated Series version of Catwoman (still my favorite version of the the character’s costume). Although I have the 3.5in. figure from the original series, its less-than-ideal mold limits how you can pose the figure without it toppling over. Also announced are figures from the revamped New Batman Adventures (the final season of BTAS that featured different designs for several of the characters) including Batman, Mr. Freeze, and Two-Face. You can find the full press release, including news on all the various other toys and figures DC the company plans to release this year, inside.

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Recently I stumbled across Oliver Harper’s Retrospectives and Reviews on his YouTube Channel. Covering everything from the original Superman to Road House, Harper’s commentaries on the films cover the background of the making of the film, various toy and video game tie-ins, original critical reception and how the film has aged over time, along with his own personal perspective on the movie. To share, I chose Oliver’s take on what I still consider the best Batman movie ever made.

Retrospective / Review – BATMAN: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)

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Domo Superman and Domo Clark Kent are also available. Each can be yours for the low, low price of $15.

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I’m not gonna lie, I kinda want a Batman Hooded Cozy Blanket with Sleeves. And I’m sure having me wear this at my desk while constantly singing “Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na” would definitely help office morale.

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Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman was the third and final straight-to-DVD animated film put out by Warner Bros. Animation following the cancellation of Batman: The Animated Series (Mask of the Phantasm doesn’t fit into this group as it was made a decade earlier and saw a limited theatrical release). The movie keeps the Bruce Timm style of the series as well as most of the show’s regular voice cast including Kevin Conroy returning as the voice of Batman.

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The Hub put out this fun animated take on The Dark Knight Rises trailer using clips from Batman: The Animated Series to help promote a marathon of the show’s awesomeness last Friday.

Batman: The Animated Series Rises (Promo) – The Hub

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I’m Batman

by Cap'n Carrot on July 13, 2012 · 0 comments

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It turns out quite a lot of people think that they’re Batman.

The “I’m Batman” Supercut

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Batman’s constant abrupt appearances and disappearances finally rub Commissioner Gordon (Steve Buscemi) the wrong way in this Saturday Night Live sketch.

SNL Digital Short – Batman

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The intro to Batman: The Animated Series is recreated using footage from Batman: Arkham City.

Batman: The Animated Series “Reworked” Arkham Asylum/City Intro

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