Batman: The Animated Series (1991)

Dark, breathtakingly-aestheticized in noir/art-deco stylization, richly-mature in character-development, perfect in vocal-performances with the best version of its protagonist by Kevin Conroy, and comprehensive in portraiture of Gotham City’s Rogues Gallery, BTAS was an evolutionary leap for TV cartoons & the definitive portrayal of The Caped Crusader. 9.5/10.

Plot Synopsis: This animated series conveys the dark mood of the original “Batman” comic books. Unlike the light action “Batman” show of the 1960s, Gotham City’s Caped Crusader, Bruce Wayne, is sometimes moody. And Robin’s alter ego, Dick Grayson, has a more-mature personality than in the original series.

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