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spectrum has my vote they animated heart of ice in particular and it is one of the best looking episodes. the airbrush effect on freeze's helmet they added just to go above and beyond what they were comissioned to do.
So, did any of you watch Mask of the Phantasm? It's one of my favorite movies, and I'm surprised that most people don't think it was in theatres. It is without a doubt the best Batman movie ever released to theatres (Well, there was Batman: The Movie in the 60's...) What do you guys think?
thou shall not speak of the camp era batman lol, but in all seriousness my parents took me to see mask of the Phantasm in theatres back in 95. i can't believe that people don't know that how hard is it to look that up online. and yes Handman is definitly the best batman movie released in theatres i own it on dvd and VHS.
All i have to say to that is this
@Handman: D*mn you! :) Believe it or not, I think I actually remember bits and pieces from the episode in which he does that. Don't ask. I couldn't sit through more than 9 seconds of that vid. *Cringes*
@TheGrayGhost: Not sure where that's from but I'm guessing Big Bang Theory?
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Vocatus atque non vocatus deus aderit.
yeah it is, I wanted to use keaton saying it but i felt like going with the lampooning theme instead. also i only watched maube 5 seconds of that video *shudders*
To not even talk about the campy Adam West show severely limits this topic. Therefore, I'll go out and say it. I like this show very much. I think it's hilarious! However, that was back in the 60's, and it has no place next to modern Batman. I suppose that's why I dislike Brave and the Bold so much. It would have been cool back then, even revolutionary, but today it just seems like a step backwards. Thoughts?
@Handman: You know, that show was my first intro to Batman and it was a really fun show so it holds a special place in my heart. I haven't watched/read the Brave and the Bold so I have no idea how it compares to the 60s show. Personally, I think present bat books could use a well-done dose of humor. Granted, Nightwing has been more prevalent as of late because of the Court of Owls arc so that was refreshing.
Is brave & bold still on?
Anyone excited for Beware the Batman?
@Cameron: Haven't even heard of it but I'll have to look it up now. Thanks.