Beware the Batman
Beware The Batman is a computer-animated series for television, which made its official way to the screen on July 13, of 2013. This very popular television series is based on the Batman, who comes from the DC Comics books, and this animated cartoon is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Beware The Batman, the television series, is said to be a replacement for Batman: The Brave And The Bold. Beware The Batman made its first premiere on the Cartoon Network, in the United States, on the date listed above. The following article will talk solely about this very interesting, as well as totally fascinating cartoon series, and will reveal things all about the series Beware The Batman for those who want to know more about it in general.
Batman has been in animated television series for the past twenty years. There have been at least six shows, and that doesn't include Batman as being just a supporting character alone. The fascination with Batman is something that only seems to grow with the passage of time, and this is apparently a good thing, where a lot of the animated cartoon series for Batman do go. Beware The Batman the animated series for television does fall into the genre of Action Adventure, Superhero fiction, and also the Drama category. This computer-animated series for television was developed by Glen Murakami, Sam Register, Mitch Watson, and Butch Lukic. The executive producer is Sam Register, and the producers are Glen Murakami and Mitch Watson. The production companies for Beware The Batman are DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. The principal cast for the main voice characters do include Anthony Ruivivar as Batman/ Bruce Wayne, J.B. Blanc as Alfred Pennyworth, Lunkhead, Key, and the Batcomputer. The other main character voices belong to Sumalee Montano as Katana/Tatsu Yamashiro and Kurtwood Smith as Lt. James Gordon. There is also lots of other crew names, in addition, who make this animated television series all that it can be, and it is some of the following. The Casting and Voice Director for Beware The Batman is Andrea Romano, the Writers are Mark Banker and Greg Weisman, but also, the Producer of the show Mitch Watson does writing too. There is the also, the assistance of other talented voices, in addition to the main voices for Beware The Batman, and some of these do include Carlos Alazraqui as Junkyard Dog, Adam Baldwin as Metamorpho/Rex Mason, Jeff Bennett as Simon Stagg, and Emmanuelle Chriqui as Sapphire Stagg. The names mentioned for the additional voices are just a few examples of many that provide both voice talent, as well as, talent support for Beware The Batman.
The general premise of Beware The Batman is the early years of Bruce Wayne and Batman who is out there taking on organized crime for the very first time. During the first season of the show, we see Bruce Wayne learning all that the can learn from his butler Alfred Pennyworth, skill-wise. Bruce Wayne also gets to meet Alfred's goddaughter Tatsu Yamashiro, who is also a brilliant martial arts and swordsmaster all her own. She becomes Bruce Wayne's personal bodyguard. Soon, she will be recruited into being, Batman's superhero partner in fighting crime.
The role of the characters in Beware The Batman is for Batman, aided by Katana, and also Alfred his butler who was once an ex-secret agent to face, as well as to take on the world of arch criminal foes. Some of the criminals include Anarky, Magpie, Black Mask Tobia Whale, to name only a few. However, Anarky is considered to be one of the main villains for the series itself. An emphasis to show off Batman's detective qualities is a large part of the new cartoon. He will not just be the brute fighter that many cartoons seem to portray. Instead he will be much more tactical.
The developers of the show are given creative license to stylize the characters appearances as they do see fit, and with the enemies it appears they have gone over the top. In a good way. Lets hope the show has a great following.
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