If you've cocked an eyebrow at the preview material that's been floating around the Internet in advance of Beware the Batman's premiere this Saturday at 10 a.m. ET on Cartoon Network, thinking it doesn't match your conception of what a Batman cartoon typically looks like, then Warner Bros. Animation producers Glen Murakami and Mitch Watson have got you right where they want you. The look, the music, the fact that very few villains who have appeared on Batman TV shows before now, it's all intentional.
With that in mind, ComicsAlliance spent some time talking with the two producers over the phone about how they conceived the show, their influences, and what the benefits are to taking some big risks.
As made plain in the stunning and stylish title sequence that we first glimpsed earlier this week, one of the most exciting things about Warner Bros. Animation's forthcoming Beware The Batman series is its art direction and design. Really, that's always one of the most exciting dimensions of all the DC Comics superhero cartoons that come out of the venerable Burbank, CA studio, but I'm particularly eager to see Beware The Batman in action because of the contributions of Shane Glines.
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.
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One final Halloween item before we begin seeing Xmas stuff everywhere: this amazing set of jack-o-lanterns representing the cast of Teen Titans Go!, Warner Bros. Animation's new cartoon based on the DC Comics superheroes. The Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Starfire and Raven pumpkins were carved
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 was announced not too long ago, but fans have been looking forward to a full-fledged animated adaptation of Frank Miller's definitive work for much longer than that. The 1997 episode of The
San Diego Comic-Con officially opens its doors to fans tomorrow, and Warner Bros. Animation has prepared two posters promoting its animated offerings on Cartoon Network. DC Nation will be represented by a group shot of the Saturday morning program block's iconic characters, including a hearty image from the upcoming CG animated Beware The Batman, while CN's animated MAD series h
Everything we knew about DC Comics changed in a flash last September, and now it looks like DC's animated movies are about to face their very own Flashpoint with voice actor Kevin Conroy of Batman The Animated Series, Batman: Arkham City (and... tons of other Batman voice roles) fame letting it slip that he's
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