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BATMAN: The Animated Series
1992 - 1994


The Adventures of Batman & Robin
1994 - 1995






We, here at Legions of Gotham, cannot say enough about this epic series.  Its become a legend in the Batman universe, and will always
remain close to the hearts of many fans.  A sincere thank you to Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Kevin Altieri, Boyd Kirkland, Dan Riba
and everyone else involved in the show.

the official studio description:
In 1992, the birth of Warner Bros. "Batman: The Animated Series" changed the Batman Universe forever. The dynamic series spawned a
new technique in animation using black backgrounds that would eventually be dubbed "Dark Deco." Dark Deco gave every scene within
Gotham an extraordinary look, redefining the image of the city. The series also revamped the classic characters, casting a unique
perspective on their origins and personalities. The series included all the popular characters and even created some new ones. The most
significant change was the transformation of the Dick Grayson/Robin character in the "new" 90's costume, resulting in a hipper more adult
representation which the character has never seen. The Batman character continued to embody the dark image fans have come to love
while maintaining the heroic qualities identified with the character.

Another significant change was the transformation of the Rogues Gallery of Villains. From the ever-popular Joker to the more obscure Clock
King, the series displayed each villain's unique personality to perfection and introduced new characters, including the popular Ms. Harley
Quinn. Although she wasn't born into the Batman universe until the seventh episode of the series, Harley quickly overshadowed such long
time favorites as Catwoman and Poison Ivy. Thanks to Batman: TAS, Harley Quinn will be a staple in the Batman genre forever.

In Fall 1995, the final five episodes aired (85 total episodes were produced) and the curtain closed on Batman: The Animated Series.
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