It's been a long wait since DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation officially announced the new animated series Beware the Batman back in March 2012, but the show is finally debuting July 13 at 10 a.m., and Cartoon Network has released a slew of promotional material to coincide with the premiere.
Cartoon Network's DC Nation block may not be making new episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series or Young Justice after this season, but in the "at-least-it-is-not-all-bad" side of the news, fans can now get a closer look at the shows' replacements.Apparently timed to coincide with Toy Fair (as toy and merchandise sales, among other things, affect the long term success of an animated superhero series), Warner Bros. Consumer Prod
Ahead of its presentation to advertisers and promotional partners -- known in television as "upfronts" -- Cartoon Network confirmed what new and returning series will be on the slate for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. While such ComicsAlli
Everything is coming up Katana, as the former Outsider's look from next year's Beware The Batman animated series is teased by DC and she is also announced as the star of a new solo series launching from DC Comics next February.
Promo images from Beware The Batman have appeared in DC Nation, the mass-market kids' magazine to promote the (currently
The first official teaser footage of Cartoon Network's upcoming CG animated Beware the Batman series has arrived, and it brings the wrath. The clip focuses solely on the Caped Crusader rather than his gun-toting ally Alfred and his new crimefighting partner Katana, and gives the distinct impression that villains like Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad and Magpie aren't going to be dealing with a kinder, gentler Batman. The show, which is staffed by executive producer Sam Register, and producers Glen Murakami (Batman Beyond) and Mitch Watson (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated), still doesn't have a concrete release date, but is expected to drop in 2013. Check out the new Beware the Batmanteaser after the jump.
First revealed by Warner Bros. Animation Executive VP - Creative Affairs Sam Register at the MIP Junior conference in Cannes, France last year, the next DC Comics superhero to join Cartoon Network's DC Comics-based DC Nation block will be the Dark Knight in his latest incarnation, Beware the Batman. Executive produced by Register with Batman Beyond's Glen Murakami and Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated's Mitch Watson, the forthcoming animated series will be a CGI affair and feature a rogues' gallery that will
Though Batman: The Brave and The Bold is drawing to a close this year on Cartoon Network, Batfans won't be without an animated incarnation of the Caped Crusader for long. The CG animated Beware the Batman is coming in 2013, as revealed by Warner Bros. Animation executive vice presiden