This week, the first sesason of Batman: The Brave and the Bold was released on Blu-ray, marking the first time that the entire season of the Caped Crusader's animated team-up has been available. That's why we're marking the occasion -- because I will take literally any excuse to talk about BATB -- by taking a look back at the highlights of those first 26 episodes.
If you've never seen it, or even if you have and are just getting ready to dive back in to all the HD goodness, then here are the bits and pieces to watch out for that made the show so great: The Ten Best Moments from Batman: The Brave and the Bold Season 1!
If you've been flipping through new comics this month, you've probably seen the ads announcing that Batman: The Brave and the Boldis being released on BluRay soon. With that being the case, now seems like a good time to look back on what might just end up being my favorite take on the DC Universe of all time, full of team-ups, ruthless villains, and, perhaps most importantly, Batman's laser sword.
I talked to producers James Tucker and Michael Jelenic and director Ben Jones to get their thoughts looking back on the show, what they felt they'd accomplished, and how well it holds up.
Chip Kidd's collection of Jiro Kuwata's Japanese Batman stories from the '60s was one of my favorite collections in recent memory, so it goes without saying that I was pretty excited about a Bat-Manga-inspired segment featured on an episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold. But one of the things I barely noticed about the episode was a transition that involved pages of Kuwata's comics flipping by before the animation star
DVD: The third and final season of Batman: The Brave and the Bold gets collected June 19 and will include a digital comic and more as part of its special features.
Awards: If you're a comics pro, retailer or graphic novel librarian, you still have until Friday, March 23 to vote for who you'd like to see inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards Hall of Fame.
TV: Bear McCreary has some ideas for a "prison them
This week, ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast welcomes our first guest of 2012, animator and director Ben Jones! We talk to him about his work on Batman: The Brave and the Bold, including episodes like "Mayhem of the Music Meister" and the series finale, "Mitefall" -- and you can listen to the whole show, right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #27: My Mom Knows Who Ghost Rider Is with Ben Jones
Digital: IDW has partnered with Barnes & Noble to put a variety of its comics content -- namely collections -- on the Nook tablet. The initial lineup includes Bloom County, Doctor Who, True Blood, Transformers and other titles with more to come.
Animation: Warner Bros. Animation will release Batman: The
Just nine months after releasing an initial wave Batman: The Brave and the BoldHappy Meal toys, McDonald's is at it again with a brand new line of superheroic collectibles. I'm no Happy Mealologist, but seeing McDonald's run two Brave and the Bold promotions in less
The final cycle of Batman: The Brave and the Bold episodes begins tonight, and Executive Producer James Tucker is going to take the beloved series out with a serious bang. "The Battle of the Superheroes" guest-stars Superman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olson, Turtle Boy, Metallo, Krypto and Mister Mxyzptlk. But more importantly, th
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