Why so serious?

Batman Lightens Up With Brave and the Bold

“Holy optimism, Dark Knight! Batman: The Brave and the Bold has arrived to counteract the depressing void left behind by summer blockbuster The Dark Knight and the unfortunately canceled anime of television’s The Batman.”

I am intrigued. Some well-written, Silver Age-inspired Bat-goodness would be kind of neat and certainly a nice change of pace. I like the idea of taking Batman out of Gotham for a while, seeing him kick some ass in Atlantis, Gorilla City, the Moon, etc.

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6 thoughts on “Why so serious?

    • You like your Batman good. It just so happens that Bats was best when done in a darker style. I look forward to a different look at Bats as long as the stories are good, the tone isn’t campy or cheesy and the animation is first-rate.

    • You like your Batman good. It just so happens that Bats was best when done in a darker style. I look forward to a different look at Bats as long as the stories are good, the tone isn’t campy or cheesy and the animation is first-rate.

  1. You like your Batman good. It just so happens that Bats was best when done in a darker style. I look forward to a different look at Bats as long as the stories are good, the tone isn’t campy or cheesy and the animation is first-rate.

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