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A Message From The World’s Finest

First off, apologies for the rather bland subject line up there. It comes off more ominous than it should. Sorry about that! Anyways…

With 2014 now done and over with, the last news story from The World’s Finest has officially been posted up. As I mentioned on this site a year ago, it’s time to ease back on the overall workload of this site, and that starts with wrapping up the daily news post for the foreseeable future. Thousands and thousands of news posts, including three straight years of news posts at least five days a week, without a single weekday missed. And, with 2015 now here, that ends as The World’s Finest will return to its roots as an unbeatable resource for fans. An archive of content, a collection of materials covering a host of different shows and movies, a wealth of information – call it what you will, but The World’s Finest will be embracing that once again.

What does that all encompass? Well, don’t get alarmed … it’s all good! As the site shifts into a content destination, certain aspects of the site will stop while an emphasis will be placed on others. Daily news posts will cease, as I said, and no new subsites will be added to the site as of this time. Does that mean the end of updates and new material? No – there will always be new content added here, but the site will now just be easier for me to manage.

Site updates will continue going forward, reviews will still be posted, more content will be added (images, behind-the-scenes material, etc.), along with the odd interview. However, now, the site updates will now fall more onto the resource side of things. As I said, there will be no new additional subsites added to The World’s Finest going forward, with the possible exception of smaller pages dedicated to installments of the ongoing DC Universe Animated Original Movie line. Assorted DVD, Blu-ray, and other media releases will also still be covered. A new Batman: The Brave and The Bold Blu-ray? We’ll cover and review it – 100%. New soundtrack release? We’re on it – count on it. The only thing really changing is the end of daily news posts (which, honestly, it didn’t seem like a lot of people noticed anyway, given how so many stories broken here went unnoticed or stolen over the years).

A lot of factors played a role in this decision. For one, this site is too unwieldy for one person to handle. I cover about 95% of the work on the site, the forums and social media outlets. This includes emails, press work, reviews, finding reviewers and content, all of that. I spend many hours a day working on this site, volunteering countless hours. Juggling that with a regular job, a family, etc., and, well, something has to give. I have more responsibilities than ever before and there are just not enough hours in the day. But I can’t just abandon the site – no way. Given how long I’ve been working on this site, from its first iteration back in 1997, and how attached I am to it, I opted not to pass the torch. I did ask for help, more than a few times, but no one came to bat. So, I opted to scale the site responsibilities down to its skeleton in order to keep it going. I am expecting to reduce my presence and update rate overtime, though. The forum duties will be passed over to someone else entirely, for example. Still, with this, I’m able to balance my workload easier, have a bit of a better life, and explore other options.

This site is not going away. It’s not going anywhere. It’s going to stay right here. There’s no way I could let it go, anyways. All the content that you see here is not budging an inch. The only thing really changing is the removal of daily news updates and an easing back on the frequency of updates. This site will always be here for you to access and explore. In fact, to this day, there are some nifty secrets still not uncovered here on the site, which tells me there’s plenty for all of you still to explore.

For those worried, this isn’t the end. All you need to do is keep an eye on the “Site Updates” section to see that. Over the next few days, you’ll see the main page here change a little. The news will be replaced with links to the major site sections here, and the daily news shuffled off into an archive (where it will be readily accessible to look through). All portions of this site, I think, will be more easily accessible for those wanting to look around and just see what we have to offer. This site is the biggest DC Comics-animation (and Batman animation) site out there to this day, and I doubt that’ll change, even with the evolving trends of internet culture. But hey, no matter how much all of that changes, The World’s Finest will always be right here.

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to drop a line. The social media portals for The World’s Finest will remain up until I decide what to do with them. I can be easily reached there, or through the contact links scattered throughout the site here. If all that fails, just catch me on the forums.

I’d like to express a quick “thanks” to all the folks who have helped me over the years. Zach, Ian, James, Barry, Eileen, Brian, Michael and a wealth of other people I can’t thank enough. This seems like a nice moment to tip my hat to them as I follow the site through a few minor changes and lifts. For your daily news fix, which plenty of you are clearly already getting elsewhere, I suggest you keep it tuned to Toonzone and DCAU Resource. The forums right here are also a good spot for any developments or concerns, as well. I may post the odd piece up from time to time there.

And that’s all from me for now, folks. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask. Don’t hesitate. That’s what I’m here for. Thanks!

-James

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Consistent Ratings For Toonami “Beware The Batman” Farewell Marathon

Last month’s special Beware The Batman marathon on the popular Toonami programming block, found on Cartoon Network’s counterpart channel Adult Swim, pulled in consistent ratings for the acclaimed cartoon’s send-off. The final seven episodes for the series aired Saturday night, September 27th, 2014, as part of a special marathon before the network lost the broadcast rights. While not the highest-rated program in the massive programming block, Beware The Batman consistently ranked first in its timeslot among male-dominated demographics for Adult Swim’s Toonami, and averaged roughly 605,000 – 610,000 viewers per week. Beware The Batman originally joined the Toonami line-up back in May 2014.

Below are the ratings details for the seven episodes which aired as part of the September 27th, 2014 Beware The Batman marathon on Toonami.

2:30am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 654,400, 0.5 households
3:00am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 635,400, 0.5 households
3:30am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 605,400, 0.5 households
4:00am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 592,300, 0.5 households
4:30am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 573,300, 0.4 households
5:00am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 590,300, 0.5 households
5:30am (ET) – Beware The Batman – 648,300, 0.5 households

The information above comes from a mix of Nielsen Media Research data, independent research, and official information from Turner Broadcasting.

When acquiring Beware The Batman, Adult Swim representatives said the network was committed to airing all 26 episodes of the animated series, and did as such thanks to this last-minute Toonami “Bat-blowout” marathon. The CG-animated series originally aired on Cartoon Network as part of the now-defunct DC Nation programming block, but was removed from the schedule in October 2013 for unexplained reasons.

The CG-animated series Beware The Batman featured The Dark Knight facing off against Gotham City’s criminal underworld with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana. Click here to view the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite. The subsite features videos, images, and exclusive content not available anywhere else.

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Debut “Beware The Batman” Episodes On Toonami Draw Roughly 600,000 Viewers

Network-debut episodes of Beware The Batman have helped the series perform consistently as part of the popular Toonami programming block, found on Cartoon Network’s counterpart channel Adult Swim. The CG-animated series Beware The Batman, which features The Dark Knight as he faces off against Gotham City’s criminal underworld with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, airs Saturday nights at 2:30am (ET/PT). The network debut episode “Darkness,” which aired Saturday, August 9th, 2014, grabbed nearly 600,000 viewers, keeping average with the standard ratings pull for an episode of Beware The Batman. While not the highest-rated program in the massive programming block, it ranks first in its timeslot among male-dominated demographics for Adult Swim’s Toonami.

The information above comes from a mix of Nielsen Media Research data, independent research, and official information from Turner Broadcasting. Below is an excerpt from a press released issued by Turner Broadcasting to outlets concerning the performance of the Toonami programming block on August 9th, 2014.

Within Adult Swim’s Toonami block on Saturday night, Attack on Titans (11:30 p.m.) and Bleach (12 a.m.) ranked #1 in their respective time periods among all targeted adults and men. Space Dandy (12:30 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among all targeted adults and men 18-24 & 18-49, while One Piece (1:30 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among adult 18-24 and men 18-24 & 18-49. Naruto: Shippuden (1 a.m.) and Blue Exorcist (2 a.m.) ranked #1 in their respective time periods among men 18-24 & 18-49. Beware the Batman (2:30 a.m.) and Black Lagoon (3 a.m.) both ranked #1 in their respective time periods among adults 18-24 & 18-34 and all targeted men. Attack on Titans earned year-over-year growth among all targeted adults and men, ranging between 6 percent and 14 percent.

To note, the Beware The Batman episode “Fall” played to an audience of 656,000 on the night of Saturday, August 2nd, 2014, and the episode “Attraction” nabbed 511,000 viewers on the night of Saturday, July 26th, 2014. Ratings for the series have been consistent since its Toonami debut. “Fall” and “Attraction” officially debuted on home video earlier this year.

Please note, the above data does not take into account DVR and PVR airings. DVR and PVR recorded airings, on average, can increase a program’s viewership from 5 – 10%.

The CG-animated series originally aired on Cartoon Network as part of the now-defunct DC Nation programming block, but was removed from the schedule in October 2013 for unexplained reasons. After a lengthy hiatus, the show joined the Toonami programming block on Adult Swim back in May 2014, details of which can be found here. Representatives for Adult Swim state the network is committed to airing all 26 episodes.

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Debut Of “Beware The Batman” On Toonami Draws Nearly 700,000 Viewers

Beware The Batman nabbed solid numbers for its Saturday, May 10th, 2014 debut on Toonami, the popular programming block found on Cartoon Network’s counterpart channel Adult Swim. Beware The Batman, which airs Saturday nights at 3:00am (ET/PT), pulled in nearly 700,000 viewers in its timeslot debut. While not the highest-rated program in the massive programming block, it ranked first in its timeslot among male-dominated demographics for Adult Swim’s Toonami. Beware The Batman, featuring slick CGI visuals to match the intricate twists and turns of the narrative, stars Batman as he faces off against Gotham City’s criminal underworld with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana.

The information above comes from a mix of Nielsen Media Research, independent research, and official information from Turner Broadcasting. Below is an excerpt from a press released issued by Turner Broadcasting to outlets concerning the performance of the Toonami programming block on May 10th, 2014

On Saturday night’s Toonami block, One Piece (1:30 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among all young adults and men. Similarly, Blue Exorcist (2 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among adults & men 18-24. Black Lagoon (2:30 a.m.) ranked #1 in its time period among all targeted men, while Beware the Batman (3 a.m.) ranked #1 in its timeslot among men 18-24 & 18-34. Moreover, Bleach (12 a.m.) and Naruto: Shippuden (1 a.m.) grew average delivery of targeted adults and men by double-digits vs. the same time period last year, ranging between 14% and 61%. Attack on Titan (11:30 p.m.) and Blue Exorcist (2 a.m.) also increased delivery among adults 18-34 & 18-49 and all targeted men.

Beware The Batman also pulled in more viewers than the programs both proceeding and following it.

Please note, the above data does not take into account DVR and PVR airings. DVR and PVR recorded airings, on average, can increase a program’s viewership from 5 – 10%.

Details on Beware The Batman‘s ratings for the show’s original debut on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block can be found here.

The CG-animated series originally aired on Cartoon Network as part of the now-defunct DC Nation programming block, but was removed from the schedule in October 2013 for unexplained reason. Adult Swim revealed last month that Beware The Batman would be joining the Toonami programming block starting May 2014, details of which can be found here. Additionally, May 2014 schedule details can be found here. Representatives for Adult Swim state the network is committed to airing all 26 episodes.

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Beware The Batman airs Saturdays at 3:00am (ET/PT) as part of the Toonami programming block on Adult Swim. Stay tuned for further updates Beware The Batman updates here soon at The World’s Finest, including exclusive content and more.

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Ratings For “Beware The Batman” July 2013 Episode Airings On Cartoon Network

Beware The Batman saw consistent, though average, ratings for its debut month as part of the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network. The new CG-animated series, based on the popular DC Comics character, premiered at 10:00am (ET) on Saturday, July 13th, 2013 on the popular animation network. The DC Nation block airs at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network, with re-airings the following Sunday. Turner Broadcasting released preliminary ratings data for the month of July 2013 for a bevy of Turner-owned networks, including Cartoon Network, with additional content from Nielsen Media Research.

The July 13th, 2013 10:00am (ET/PT) series debut of Beware The Batman, titled “Hunted,” drew in 1.34 million viewers, from an estimated 900,000 households. The second Beware The Batman episode “Secrets,” which debuted July 20th, 2013 at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, pulled in 1.12 million viewers from an estimated 800,000 households for the Saturday premiere. Lastly, the third Beware The Batman episode “Tests,” which first aired Saturday, July 27th, 2013 at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block, pulled in 1.2 million viewers from an estimated 700,000 households. For the month of July 2013, Beware The Batman averaged ratings of 1.22 million for Saturday premieres, and 870,000 viewers for Sunday encore presentations.

The first three Beware The Batman episodes are below the average DC Nation ratings pull as established by it’s 10:00am (ET/PT) timeslot predecessor Green Lantern: The Animated Series.

Please note, the above data does not take into account legal iTunes (and similar media) episode downloads, or DVR and PVR airings. DVR and PVR recorded airings, on average, can increase a program’s viewership from 5 – 10%.

Additional details on the Beware The Batman animated series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite. Beware The Batman airs Saturdays at 10:00am (ET/PT) as part of the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network, with rebroadcasts airing Sundays at 10:00am (ET/PT). Stay tuned for further updates Beware The Batman updates here soon at The World’s Finest, including exclusive content and more.

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“Teen Titans Go!” Scores Hits High Ratings In Series Debut

Cartoon Network provided the following press details concerning the performance of the series debut of Teen Titans Go!, which aired on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 on Cartoon Network. The half-hour animated series – which features two 11-minute tales – airs new episodes Tuesdays at 7:30pm (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, with rebroadcasts airing during the DC Nation programming block Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:30am (ET/PT). Press release details provided by Cartoon Network are available below.

The debut of Warner Bros. Animation’s new animated comedy-action series Teen Titans Go! on Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30/6:30c on Cartoon Network packed a ratings punch, ranking as the #1 kids program of the day on basic cable among Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens.

It also ranked #1 in its time period among Kids 2-11 & 6-11 as well as Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens, outpacing its timeslot competition on Nickelodeon and DisneyXD by double- and triple-digits among the show’s key demos of Kids 6-11 and Boys 6-11.

Please find additional highlights below (source: NHI Galaxy Explorer, Live+Same Day U.S. AA rating):

Teen Titans Go! delivered a 5.0 rating among its key demo of Boys 6–11 and more than two million Total Viewers

-Among Boys 6–11, the 5.0 rating for Teen Titans Go! improved Cartoon Network’s performance in the time period by +117% versus last week (2.3 rating for The Amazing World of Gumball).

-Also among Boys 6–11, Teen Titans Go! grew from its lead-in by +35% (3.7 rating for Johnny Test)

The April 2013 schedule of Teen Titans Go! episode slated to air can be found at The World’s Finest. A recent promotional trailer for the animated series can also be found at The World’s Finest.

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“Young Justice” Finale Top-Rated Cartoon Network Show, “Green Lantern: The Animated Series” Cracks Top Five

Both Young Justice: Invasion and Green Lantern: The Animated Series saw an increase in ratings as both celebrated animated series aired their respective finales on Saturday, March 16th, 2013 as part of the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network. The block airs at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Saturday mornings, with re-airings the following Sunday. Turner Broadcasting released preliminary ratings data for the week of March 11th – 17th, 2013 for a bevy of Turner-owned networks, including Cartoon Network.

The Young Justice: Invasion series finale episode “Endgame” was the top-rated show for Cartoon Network for the week of March 11th – 17th, 2013, beating out other network stalwarts such as Regular Show, Adventure Time, and Dragons: Riders of Berk. The episode also beat a Sunday prime-time showing of the movie Dairy of a Wimpy Kid. The March 16th, 2013 Saturday, 10:30am (ET/PT) timeslot for the Young Justice: Invasion episode “Endgame” brought in an estimated 2.05 million viewers from an estimated 1.3 million households. The 10:30am (ET/PT) Sunday re-airing of “Endgame” on March 17th, 2013 brought in an additional 1.1 million viewers from 900,000 households. Click here to view exclusive content and media from this episode.

Young Justice: Invasion averaged an audience of 1.9 million viewers every Saturday since returning to Cartoon Network with new episodes in January 2013.

The finale episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series “Dark Matter,” which aired Saturday, March 16th, 2013 at 10:00am (ET/PT), brought in an estimated 1.82 million viewers from 1.2 million households. The finale Green Lantern: The Animated Series episode beat out airings of Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Ben 10: Omniverse. The 10:00am (ET/PT) Sunday re-airing of “Dark Matter” on March 17th, 2013 brought in an additional 1.21 million viewers from 800,000 households. Click here to view exclusive content and media from this episode.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series averaged an audience of 1.7 million viewers every Saturday since returning to Cartoon Network with new episodes in January 2013.

Combining overall weekend performance, both Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice: Invasion pulled in three million viewers over the two airings of their respective finale episodes. While both airings were not the highest-rated outings for both series, the finale airings saw a notable uptick from the previous weeks’ airing.

Please note, the above data does not take into account legal iTunes (and similar media) episode downloads, or DVR and PVR airings. DVR and PVR recorded airings, on average, can increase a program’s viewership from 5 – 10%.

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“Green Lantern: The Animated Series,” ” Young Justice: Invasion” Cartoon Network Ratings Update

Both Young Justice: Invasion and Green Lantern: The Animated Series brought in viewers to the January 5th, 2013 return of the DC Nation programming block. While specific numbers are currently not available, details provided by Turner Broadcasting System stated both DC Comics-based cartoons brought in viewers to the Saturday 10am (ET/PT) DC Nation programming block. Below are official details provided by the company.

Across the first week of January 2013, Cartoon Network ranked as television’s #1 network for Total Day delivery of boys 6-11, & 9-14, and #1 in Early Prime (7-9 p.m.) delivery of boys 9-14. Scoring double-digit delivery gains compared the same week in 2012, Total Day delivery of kids 2-11 grew by 20%, kids 6-11 by 33% and kids 9-14 by 33%.

Ranking #1 for boys 6-11 & 9-14 vs. all other networks on Monday, Thursday and Friday Night (7-9 p.m.), Cartoon Network’s Friday night programming line-up grew target kids/boys demos by double digits across the board, ranging between 19% and 96% vs. the same week last year.

Saturday Morning (7-11 a.m.) animated action-adventure programming was up double digits across all key kids and boys vs. last year, ranging between 12% and 36%. Premiere episodes of original series Ben 10: Omniverse (9 a.m.), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (9:30 a.m.), Green Lantern (10 a.m.) and Young Justice: Invasion (10:30 a.m.) grew by double and triple digits across kids/boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, ranging between 33% and 119%.

Further details are expected to be released shortly.

Details on the new installments of Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice: Invasion slated to air January 12th, 2013 beginning at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network can be found here.

The DC Nation airs Saturdays at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, with an encore Sunday at 10:00am (ET/PT). The block kicks off with an all-new episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series at 10:00am (ET/PT), followed with an all-new episode of Young Justice at 10:30am (ET/PT). DC Nation shorts air during commercial breaks of the two above-mentioned show, and rotate and change every week.

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“Young Justice,” “Batman: The Brave And The Bold” Cartoon Network Ratings Update

An all-new episode of Batman: The Brave and The Bold and a rerun of Young Justice brought in solid ratings for Cartoon Network on Friday, April 22nd, 2011, according to data released by Nielsen Media Research and Turner Broadcasting System. New episodes of Batman: The Brave and The Bold have been airing in the latest timeslot for the animated series, Fridays at 6:30pm (ET) on Cartoon Network, while Young Justice is currently working through reruns in its regular 7:00pm (ET) timeslot Fridays on Cartoon Network.

Please note the following ratings are for episodes airing last week, on Friday April 22nd, 2011. The official press details can be found below.

Batman: The Brave and The Bold “Shadow of the Bat!”
-Friday, April 22nd, 2011 at 6:30pm on Cartoon Network.
-1.1 Households – An estimated 1.1% of America TV households watched this program.
-Viewers: 1.866 million – 400,000 million estimated in the adults 18-49 demographic, 1.2 million estimated in the teens 12-17 demographic, and 210,000 estimated in the kids 2-11 demographic.

Young Justice “Schooled”
-Friday, April 22nd, 2011 at 7:00pm on Cartoon Network.
-1.1 Households – An estimated 1.1% of America TV households watched this program.
-Viewers: 1.782 million – 400,000 estimated in the adults 18-49 demographic, 1.0 million estimated in the teens 12-17 demographic, and 180,00 estimated in the kids 2-11 demographic.

Batman: The Brave and The Bold airs every Friday at 6:30pm (ET) on Cartoon Network. Young Justice airs on Cartoon Network every Friday at 7:00pm (ET), with the network airing special encore presentations the following Sunday at 8:00pm (ET).

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