Batman : the animated series

BATMAN: The animated series conveys the dark mood of the original “Batman” comic books. Unlike the light action “Batman” show of the 1960s, Gotham City’s Caped Crusader, Bruce Wayne, is sometimes moody. Batman: The Animated Series has had quite a couple of weeks and one fan’s hard work has people remembering the title cards from the show. Nick Navarro thought it would be exciting to collect all of the title cards from the series and merge them together to make a radical coffee table book. One of the best things about the show was it’s Art Deco influence and use of color.

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Batman comes into action once again

Thoughts of Nick Navarro

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the person behind the tablebook
On Twitter, Navarro wrote, “WB and DC please don’t sue me! But this had to be done. I published a single coffee table book of something I’ve desired for years! Growing up I thought these title cards were great pieces of art and am still shocked they aren’t in some kind of book. Am I alone here?” Well, people obviously love the project and Dini sounds absolutely thrilled to be returning to that world and playing with some concepts that have become popular since Batman Beyond went off the air.

Making of The batman

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evolution of batman

“Fans familiar with the Batman of The New Batman/Superman Adventures will be hot on the trail,” says Paul Dini. “Alan and I approached the writing with the idea that we were doing the season you might have seen if we had not put the series aside to do Batman Beyond. Burnett commented on filling up certain gaps from the original series leading to the discovery of histories that might turn the batman’s world upside down and drag him into the turmoil.

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