Thanks to this week's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been hearing all sorts of rumors and assorted hype regarding games like "DC Universe Online" and "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," but not as much about the super-fun looking, kid-friendly DS ad Wii "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" game. That said, it looks like Bats and his crew will be quiet no more, as new gameplay video has surfaced over at Kotaku. Is it awesome? Let's just say, my 6-year-old niece's bedazzled DS just might go missing pretty soon.

While we've already flipped out over the fact that Guy-Freakin'-Gardner looks to be a playable character in the game, in this latest clip, we also get to see Captain Marvel and Aquaman get their superhero on alongside the Dark Knight. And laugh all you want, but Arthur looks like he'll be a blast to summon in the side-scroller -- especially if he spouts off lines like "Beware, criminals, for the entire ocean is my army!" throughout the game. At this point it's still unclear if Captain Marvel and Aquaman are fully playable characters like Batman, Robin, Blue Beetle and Green Lantern, but even if they're merely NPC's who assist in battling evil (it seems that way in this trailer), it's still good to know they'll be around.

See the new trailer after the jump.

"Batman: The Brave and the Bold" is set to hit shelves on September 24 for the Nintendo Wii and DS.