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‘Beware The Batman’ At Comic-Con: Talking To The Producers And Cast Of The Dark Knight’s New Cartoon [SDCC 2013]

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Beware the Batman only launched on Cartoon Network a few weeks ago, so as you might expect, I've got a lot of questions about the series. That's why I sat down for a roundtable interview at San Diego to talk with show producers Glen Murakami and Mitch Watson, along with JB Blanc (Alfred) and Anthony Ruivivar (Batman) to find out about the process of making the show, how the voices developed, and just why they wanted to do a cartoon about Magpie and Anarky.

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The Power of Risk: Producers Glen Murakami and Mitch Watson Talk ‘Beware the Batman’

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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.

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‘Beware The Batman’ Producers On The Show’s Villains, Themes And Environments [SDCC]

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With the release of the first teaser image for Beware the Batman, the new animated series set to debut next year, Warner Bros. raised a lot of questions about where they were taking the Caped Crusader in his next iteration. Now, we have

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