Batman: The Animated Series

Batman: The Animated Series Batman Dorbz Vinyl Figure

You can pre-order your own Batman: The Animated Series Batman Dorbz Vinyl Figure for the low, low price of $8.

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Top Ten Super-Hero Movies (Before They Were Cool)

Believe it or not there was a time not so long ago where it wasn’t common to have super-heroes ruling the box office. Back in the day comic fans were lucky to get a comic movie every few years let alone multiple movies released all in the same summer. Long before Marvel Studios began building their Marvel Cinematic Universe and Christopher Nolan rebooted his Dark Knight super-heroes still found their way to the silver screen, albeit in smaller numbers. Imbued with a certain cheesy charm that today’s far gritter heroes might scoff at, these movies give us heroes in the true meaning of the word. Released between the period of 1940 and 1996, here are the Top Ten Super-Hero Movies (Before They Were Cool).

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Batman: The Animated Series Talia Al Ghul Femme Fatales Statue

You can pre-order your own Batman: The Animated Series Talia Al Ghul Femme Fatales Statue for the low, low price of $45.

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Batman: Mask of The Phantasm Action Figure 2-Pack

I do love me some Batman: The Animated Series. You can pre-order your own Batman: The Animated Movie Mask of The Phantasm Action Figure 2-Pack including both Batman and the Phantasm for the low, low price of $33.

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Batman – Heart of Ice

by Alan Rapp on June 1, 2015

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Batman: The Animated Series – Heart of Ice
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Batman - Heart of Ice

In honor of Batman‘s 75th Anniversary we turn out attention back to the Dark Knight’s more memorable moments on the big and small screen with another episode from Batman: The Animated Series. Widely regarded as one of the best episodes of the series, “Heart of Ice” was the first episode of the series written by Paul Dini and the first directed by Bruce Timm. The episode also went a long way to establish Mr. Freeze as more than just a throwaway B-list Bat-villain and reinterpret the character as a tragic figure hellbent on revenge.

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