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No more teases - here’s Bruce Timm’s new Batman short in full!

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comicsalliance:

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: BRUCE TIMM ON HIS RETURN TO BATMAN WITH ‘STRANGE DAYS’

By Andy Khouri

Bruce Timm: Oh, I’m never going to be done with Batman. No, basically what happened was it all came about as a fluke. I was at the premeire of The Dark Knight Returns: Part 2 at the Paley Center. One of the reporters there asked me, of all the different versions of Batman that I’ve worked on, through all the DVDs and the series and stuff, which one was my favorite. I said of course it’s the original, Batman: The Animated Series, because that’s the closest to my own personal vision of Batman. Then I got to thinking, well, you know, even B:TAS was not 100% exactly what I would do with Batman if I was boss of the world and didn’t have to take into account economics or TV executives. If I was the boss of the world, how exactly would I do Batman and some of the things they tried to incorporate into B:TAS but had to change a little for various reasons.

Also in this interview: who will voice the new Batman short?

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themagicofanimation:

Bruce Timm’s Batman DC Nation short behind the scenes

Watch the full short tonight! If you live in the US and have Cartoon Network, that is.

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lifesleftturn:

The Doom Patrol. Animated and kicking ass.

I’d like to see if they include beast boy in these. It’s not vital, because Doom patrol still rocks, but man. It’d be cool to see a different animated beast boy. Because I’m 24. and have not seen one outside of the teen titans.

Back in the early days of DC Nation, I had hopes of doing multiple batches of DOOM Patrol shorts, and was saving Beast boy for the second batch, because I thought the Beast Boy/Mento dynamic was so much fun (also I would have added Mento). But we never even got to finish up the first batch, so that meant we never got to the second either, so no Beast Boy.

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worldsfinestonline:

All 65 episodes of “Batman: The Brave and The Bold” are now available on Netflix! Celebrate Batman’s 75th!

http://worldsfinestonline.com/WF/bravebold/

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coelasquid:

If you don’t think Minus Jon Plus Jon is the best collection of Garfield edits you must have made some poor life choices

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sdstig:

Apparently this was an unaired DC Nation New Teen Titans short. Why unaired? It looks awesome!

Robin is Deadman. Cyborg is the JLA Watchtower, Beast Boy is cheating/a tiger, Raven is lazy/the Grim Reaper, and Silkie is Mr. Mind. I feel like I know what Starfire is but I can’t quite put my finger on it.

If you know who Starfire is dressed as, you must be Tamaranian.

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briannedrouhard:

Old first pass ruffs from the unaired New Teen Titans DC Nation short.

The finals were clean lined with better shapes, but I don’t have a copy.

That’s Silkie as Mr. Mind!!

#Throwbackthursday

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adelightfultedium:

New Teen Titans (1969 version)

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dcwomenkickingass:

During the last few days I’ve been asked about two Wonder Woman items a number of times. The possible new creative team is one and I’ll be putting together some thoughts on that. Second, is my reaction to this post on CBR, "My 10 Year-Old Daughter Couldn’t Care Less About Wonder Woman."

It’s a good read so go take a look. She notes that Wonder Woman is not pervasive as a role model for girls in pop culture is absolutely true. She hasn’t had a TV show in 35 year; has never a big screen movie; she has had not ever had a kid friendly comics that focus exclusively on her. And there are so few kid’s toys that feature Wonder Woman that I have written entire posts on them when they show up. By contrast if I did that for, say, Batman there would be an entire blog devoted to it. Oh wait, there is one.

And I absolutely agree with the writer’s concern about her daughter not caring about Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman is a great character for girls - powerful, wise, smart and, when written correctly, one who chooses peace over war and love over hate. One who fights for good and equality. Plus she has an invisible plane. Who wouldn’t want to be like her?

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Obviously this little girl does.

So I have to ask, “so why isn’t there a Wonder Woman all-ages comic?” 

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potatofarmgirl:

comicscodeauthority:

you probably already know this but legally Kyle Baker is the only person allowed to draw Plastic Man

this drawing however was done by Andy Suriano

Andy’s blog, full of art and his very own comics! http://andyupdates.blogspot.com

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