Tag Archives: Batman: The Animated Series

Blake Henriksen Amazes With Superb Comic Book Art Creations

Being huge comic fans here at Grizzly Bomb, we are always eagerly seeking any awesome looking comic book creations. Personally I love it when they come from non-main stream comic sources. So it was pretty incredible when Blake Henriksen’s (or Pink Havok as he is known online) work came to my attention.

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Batman The Animated Series Score Gets Incredible Mondo Vinyl Soundtrack Release

Feeling blue because summer is over? Halloween really not your thing, and getting now you’re down? Missed out on the celebrations for Batman Day on the 26th  of September? Really, really like Batman and just want more related merchandise? Well do not despair because top quality art and collectible pioneers Mondo may have just what you need to get over your October blues. Mondo has in the works a superb looking Batman collectible coming for pre-order in November, the Batman: The Animated Series Vinyl Box Set.

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JLA: New Animated Series Teased At Warner Bros.

A new image from the Warner Bros. offices in Burbank California teases a few new animated series coming to the small screen, including what looks to be new Justice League animated series, titled simply JLA.

Today we’ll take a look at the image and gather the little information we know about the series, while briefly looking at some of the versions of these characters we’ve seen in the animated world before.

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Batman: the Animated Series Turns 20

Yesterday marked 20 years since the first episode of Batman: The Animated Series aired on Fox. It kicked off with The Cat and the Claw, introducing this version of Catwoman as an environmentalist and animal rights activist. It was an epic start to one of the greatest cartoons ever created, and set a tone that would help redefine the entire Gotham universe. Following Burton’s first Batman movie, this was the next step in the wide-spread re-branding of the Dark Knight. Despite a plethora of great comic book stories in the ’70s and ’80s, the general public still associated Batman with the Adam West show that saved the dynamic duo in the 1960s, but turned them into a joke at the same time. The 1989 movie helped put the Dark back in the Dark Knight, but it was the excellent animated series that cemented the revised character for the minds of a new generation, one which included me.

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