Batman: The Animated Series, Volume Two (DC Comics Classic Collection) at Gotham City Store
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< br/ > The early-'90s Batman series was probably the best animated superhero show ever, blending stylish animation with a dark tone proper for the Dark Knight. The 2nd volume, comprising four discs of 28 episodes and vastly more effective to the lots of single-disc releases, includes familiar characters the Joker, Catwoman, the Penguin, Two-Face, Toxin Ivy, in addition to the very first appearances of the Riddler, and Ra's Al Ghul and Talia. The episodes are highlighted by the Emmy-winning two-parter "Robin's Numeration," which states the origin of the Kid Marvel and his chance for revenge years later. In "Perchance to Dream," Bruce Wayne discovers his parents alive and another Batman patrolling Gotham City, the two-part "Something" pits Batman against Miyazaki-styled robotics, and Batman revisits the samurai training of his past in "Night of the Ninja" and "Day of the Samurai." Offer the series credit for not patronizing kids-- Japanese characters spoke in Japanese with English subtitles, and one episode, "Nearly Got 'Im," was styled after a '50s black-and-white variety show. It utilized smart humor and characterization even to the point where it could let bad guys bring an episode. Particular stories were based on comics, and the series involved comics veterans such as Denny O'Neil and Len Wein. Also camp-master Adam West looks like the voice of the Grey Ghost. -- David Horiuchi
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