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5.0 out of 5 stars Good concept
I enjoy watching this Batman, but found it a bit dark for my children to watch. Later in the series they toned it down and my children really enjoy watching seasons 3-5. I would recommend purchasing for any children that enjoy Batman.
Published 8 months ago by Chris

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3.0 out of 5 stars good but no incredible
i enjoyed it but its not worth buying. Its full of changes that just aren't cool and its just not as good as the 90's series
Published 7 months ago by tristan


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3.0 out of 5 stars good but no incredible, Sept. 17 2013
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i enjoyed it but its not worth buying. Its full of changes that just aren't cool and its just not as good as the 90's series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good concept, July 31 2013
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I enjoy watching this Batman, but found it a bit dark for my children to watch. Later in the series they toned it down and my children really enjoy watching seasons 3-5. I would recommend purchasing for any children that enjoy Batman.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A shaky stsrt... but good things are on the way., Aug. 8 2012
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Yves-Michel "B movie bum" (Montreal Canada) - See all my reviews
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More stylish risk-taking than other series, this BATMAN offering is refreshing. As stated in the MAKING OF included on disk 2, the whole producing crew tried many thingswith various results. The (then) complete re-design of the Joker (playing card deck style) and of Mr Freeze are blatant examples.

Story telling of OK in Season, but will get better in Season 2. The authors had to start writing different Sub-stories giving the serie a slow start. Not mandatory, but getting S1 helps understandiung what is going on in S2. Alfred the butler has a quite important role in several episodes. It is absolutely needed as the Self-Assured Batman constantly clashes with a unusually psychologically tortured Bruce Wayne. BW is noit too sure about his role in Life. It gives the scenarios much needed depth. It is a bit awkward to have some Saturday morning cartoon action on the same show as some psycho-analysis. The authors tried to start too many things at the same time and ended up giving us not enough if everything Needed extra characthers are filling the gaps in the plots very nicely.

The animation is kindy of off-beat. It uses various types of it. They will achieve a proper balance between action scenes and Motion-comic in S2. The BOX set is loaded with Extras. Unfortunatly, those adders are for the younger crowd, wht the exception of the MAKING OF.

I enjoyed this 13 episodes and got my Bat-$$$ worth. As described by other reviewers, you need to give this serie some time. It is not love at 1st sight, but it will grow on you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome, Dec 28 2011
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i've got it and already watched it it was awesome, and i can't beleive how fast it go here, thank for the quick delievery.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ok considering it was made to sell toys, Sept. 27 2005
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Jeff (Ottawa, Canada) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Batman: Training for Power (DVD)
"The" Batman? Been awhile since he's been called THAT! This show is a little different than previous series we're used to. It doesn't come close to Bruce Timm and Paul Dini's masterpieces, but its still "good" not grea,t aweosme or triumphant, but "good". The story strays from typical: where's Gordon? where's the bat signal? Who the heck is Ethan benett, Yin, Rojas and this 'Bat wave'? What I like about this show is how it LOOKS: sure they messed up some characters (reggae Joker, anyone?) but I jsut love WATCHING the show. Sure its main focus is to make money and sell toys, but I stilla dmire the show for effort.
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