“Batman: The Animated Series” is, for many fans, the definitive version of the Dark Knight, as it perfectly captured the essence of what made the character and his world in the comics work so well, while also adding fresh new elements to Batman’s mythology.
It was followed by “The New Batman Adventures” which, while not quite as strong as its predecessor, did a terrific job of expanding the Batman animated universe.
Of course, when that series ended, fans were left wondering if the next iteration of the series would be able to live up to the high standards set by its forerunners.
Luckily, the subsequent series was a worthwhile follow-up to the two previous “Batman” animated shows.That show was “Batman Beyond.” The premise, on its surface, is quite a departure from its comic book source material.
While taking place in the same continuity as “Batman: The Animated Series” and “The New Batman Adventures,
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