Before the inception of Christopher Nolan’s critically acclaimed The Dark Knight trilogy and the DC Extended Universe, Batman: The Animated Series ruled the roster for many years, and is still considered a benchmark for the portrayal of the Dark Knight. A perfect amalgamation of stylized animation, striking characterization, strong dialogues, and unforgettable performances by Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill, Batman: The Animated Series has been a part of our childhood that has aged like fine wine.
As the precursor to the expanded DC Animated Universe, Batman: The Animated Series also paved the path for the universally acclaimed Justice League: Unlimited and Batman Beyond animated series. As HBO Max has become the one-spot hub for everything DC, Batman: The Animated Series is now streaming on the platform. While re-watching the series has got its own rewards, according to Kevin Smith, HBO Max is reportedly working on a revival of the critically acclaimed show.
In the latest podcast episode from Fatman Beyond, Kevin Smith and co-host Marc Bernardin have revealed that an insider source has informed them that the online streaming platform is planning for a revival. According to Kevin Smith, it is the same insider source who had informed about Batman: Soul of the Dragon earlier to him.
While this doesn’t definitely cement the fact that a revival is on its way, but Kevin Smith has been a credible source over the years. Despite primarily aimed at children and teenagers, Batman: The Animated Series
Batman: The Animated Series is now streaming on HBO Max.