Loglines For Currently Unaired Episodes Of “Beware The Batman”

The World’s Finest has obtained loglines for currently un-aired episodes of Beware The Batman, including the last thirteen episodes of the show’s initial 26-episode order. The CG-animated series was removed from Cartoon Network back in October 2013 after airing only eleven episodes, and there are currently no concise plans for the show’s return. Despite repeated inquiries, Cartoon Network has still not provided any details for Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule or if the remaining un-aired episodes will see broadcast.

Continue below for details on episodes #12 – 26 of Beware The Batman, but please note these loglines contain major plotline spoilers. If you wish to view the loglines, scroll past the spoiler buffer image below to view the information.


“#12 Attraction”
After Batman shows her some kindness in prison, Magpie breaks free and captures Katana – burying her alive – in a jealous rage.

“#13 Fall”
With the might of the League of Assassins behind him, Ra’s Al Ghul comes to Gotham and steals the Ion Cortex for his own use. And even Batman is powerless to stop him.

“#14 Darkness”
With Batman a prisoner – and the League of Assassins now in control of Gotham – it’s up to a small band of heroes to save the city.

“#15 Reckoning”
Ra’s unleashes some of Batman’s greatest enemies from Blackgate to keep him occupied, while Ra’s turns his attentions on Katana and Alfred.

“#16. Nexus”
Six months after the attack, Gotham’s new mayor has hired District Attorney Harvey Dent, who hates Batman and wants to bring him to justice.

“#17. Monsters”
There’s a new hero in Old Gotham. Metamorpho’s back and he’s using his powers to protect the citizens of Gotham from high tech criminals.

“#18. Games”
Humpty Dumpty captures Batman, Katana, Gordon, Mayor Grange and Tobias Whale and makes them play his Murder Mystery Game.

“#19. Animal”
In order to track a thief who’s stolen a dangerous piece of code-breaking software, Batman has himself arrested and thrown into Blackgate prison.

“#20. Doppelganger”
Batman and Katana encounter a strange Man Bat creature, who is the experimental result of Pyg and Toad’s animal army of mutated humans.

“#21. Unique”
An old friend of Bruce Wayne’s comes to him for help, when her father has been cloned by a mysterious organization to create an army of super soldier manhunters.

“#22. Hero”
Desperate to rid the city of Batman, Harvey Dent allies with Anarky, who recruits a new hero to take Batman’s place… the hired killer Deathstroke.

“#23. Choices”
When Batman and Katana are ambushed in the Gotham subway by Killer Croc, it’s up to Barbara Gordon to save them. Only one problem: Barbara’s on a date.

“#24. Epitaph”
When Bruce Wayne is “assassinated” by Batman, he lets the world think he’s dead and goes in search of the imposter – the Bad Batman.

“#25. Twist”
Batman continues to work in secret to find answers, while Harvey Dent recovers in Gotham Hospital. Blaming Batman for everything, he enacts martial law in Gotham.

“#26. Alone”
When Alfred is taken hostage by Deathstroke in the Batcave, Batman must face him alone. Harvey Dent reveals his true nature as Two Face.

The original report on Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule can be found here.

While the remaining fifteen Beware The Batman episodes from the series’ first season currently remain unscheduled on Cartoon Network, two un-aired episodes were included on the recent Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham DVD and Blu-ray release – “Attraction” and “Fall.” Details and a complete review of the Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham release, which collects the first thirteen episodes of the CG cartoon, are available right here at The World’s Finest. A second Beware The Batman home video release is expected within the next twelve-month period.

Additionally, an un-aired Beware The Batman episode is set to debut at WonderCon 2014 courtesy of Warner Archive Collection. Details on that can be found here.

Beware The Batman debuted July 2013 on Cartoon Network, netting average but consistent ratings for the animation-themed channel. The CG-animated series incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogue gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld.

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Warner Archive To Premiere New “Beware The Batman” Episode At WonderCon

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has provided details for Warner Archive Collection’s upcoming panels at WonderCon 2014. Recent DC Comics-inspired cartoons Beware The Batman, Batman: The Brave and The Bold, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series will all play a big part of Warner Archive’s planned events for the convention, including the debut of an unaired Beware The Batman episode. The 2014 WonderCon Anaheim convention will be held from April 18th – 20th, 2014 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Complete details, provided by the studio, can be found below:

Warner Archive Collection presents an incredibly eclectic quartet of panels at WonderCon this coming weekend, April 18-20, spotlighting everything from popular animated super hero TV series and kooky cartoon music to real-life heroes in animation (and back again) and the original transforming toy robots, The GoBots.

The talent on these four panels also covers the entertainment gamut, highlighted by the appearance of renowned screenwriter Steven E. de Souza (Die Hard, 48 HRS.) discussing his 1987 cult classic TV movie, The Spirit; beloved animation creators Alan Burnett, Kelly Ward, Giancarlo Volpe and James Tucker; popular voice actor Josh Keaton; and making his first-ever Con appearance, the heralded voice of the GoBots’ Leader-1, Lou Richards.

Also notable amongst the panel presentations will be the exhibition of unaired, never-before-seen footage from the animated series, Beware the Batman during the “Popular TV Super Heroes Look Better in Blu” panel on Saturday from 11:30am-12:30pm in Room 300DE.

In addition to the four panels, Warner Archive Collection will have an action-packed, informative booth presence on the convention floor of WonderCon. And immediately following the Sunday afternoon panel, the Warner Archive booth will host an autograph signing with Steven E. de Souza starting at approximately 1:15pm. Attached is a headshot of Mr. de Souza.

The Warner Archive Collection panels for WonderCon include:

Saturday, 4/19/14
11:30am–12:30pm Popular TV Super Heroes Look Better in Blu
Warner Archive Collection continues to thrill fans with Blu-ray presentations of some of the popular, recent DC-based animated TV series. Revisit Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Beware the Batman with producers, directors, writers and voice talent, and discuss WAC’s potential future offerings. WAC podcast hosts DW Ferranti and Matthew Patterson lead a panel that features Green Lantern: The Animated Series producer Giancarlo Volpe and actor Josh Keaton, Batman: The Brave and the Bold producer James Tucker, and other surprise guests – not to mention unaired, never-before-seen footage of Beware the Batman! Room 300DE

Saturday, 4/19/14
7:00–8:00pm Toonstock with Warner Archive Collection
There’s no better way to start WonderCon’s Saturday night than with a spotlight on toe-tapping, music-themed animated TV series from the past 50 years, including Josie and Pussycats in Outer Space, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids, The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, Jabberjaw and more. Warner Archive Collection podcast hosts Matt Patterson and DW Ferranti – and a few surprises – offer a fun look/listen to great themes songs from 1960-1990s. Room 300AB

Sunday, 4/20/14
Noon–1:00pm From Chuck Norris to Mr. T: Real-Life Toons and Back Again!
Not only have a bevy of live-action stars like Chuck Norris, Mr. T and the Globetrotters played huge roles in nearly forgotten cartoons, but many popular ‘toon heroes – like The Spirit, Captain Marvel and Steel – have made the journey from four-color panels to live-action film. Warner Archive Collection podcast hosts DW Ferranti and Matthew Patterson – and a few surprise guests, like renowned screenwriter Steve E. de Souza (Die Hard, 48 HRS.) – celebrate these luminaries and more in their favorite, sometimes-forgotten adaptations in an undoubtedly hilarious hour-long panel. Room 300AB

Sunday, 4/20/14
3:00–4:00pm GoBots, Warner Archive Collection and beyond!
There are morphing robots and then there’s the GoBots! Warner Archive Collection puts a spotlight on the ultimate transforming robots with a release of the entire series on DVD, and a panel that features the voice of Leader1 himself, Lou Richards; story editor/writer Alan Burnett; writer Kelly Ward; and all-knowing WAC podcast hosts Matthew Patterson and DW Ferranti. Come for the GoBots, stay for all kinds of fun WAC information, including a hearty shout-out to Jonny Quest on his 50th Anniversary. Room 300AB

The annual WonderCon Anaheim convention is a massive celebration of comics and pop culture, and will be held from April 18th – 20th, 2014 at the Anaheim Convention Center. With over 56,000 attendees in 2013, WonderCon Anaheim continues to be one of the top comics and pop culture events in the country. 2014 marks the event’s 28th continuous year. More details on this convention, including program details and more, can be found at the official WonderCon Anaheim website.

More details on Beware The Batman, Batman: The Brave and The Bold, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series can be found at the respective subsites here at The World’s Finest. Click here for much more on each DC Comics-inspired cartoon.

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“Beware The Batman” Absent From Cartoon Network April 2014 Programming Schedule

Cartoon Network has provided The World’s Finest with programming details for the month of April 2014, and once again, new episodes of Beware The Batman are not included on the schedule. The CG-animated series was removed from Cartoon Network back in October 2013, marking seven months since an episode aired on the US channel. Despite repeated inquiries, Cartoon Network has still not provided any details for Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule. Beware The Batman originally aired Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network as part of the hour-long DC Nation programming block, but has since been replaced with back-to-back Teen Titans Go! repeats.

When recently asked again for a statement on the status of Beware The Batman, a representative for Cartoon Network would only say that there are future plans for the series but no specifics could be provided at this time.

Additionally, Beware The Batman was not mentioned in a recent press release co-issued by Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment concerning current planned events based around the 75th anniversary of Batman’s comic book debut. The press release – available here – did make reference however to special promotions for the upcoming animated movie titles Son of Batman and Batman: Assault on Arkham, new DC Nation animated shorts by Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke, and special home video releases.

While the remaining fifteen Beware The Batman episodes from the series’ first season currently remain unscheduled on Cartoon Network, two unaired episodes were included on the recent Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham DVD and Blu-ray release – “Attraction” and “Fall.” Details and a complete review of the Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham release, which collects the first thirteen episodes of the CG cartoon, is available right here at The World’s Finest. A second Beware The Batman home video release is expected within the next twelve-month period.

The original report on Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule can be found here.

Beware The Batman debuted July 2013 on Cartoon Network, netting average but consistent ratings for the animation-themed channel. The CG-animated series incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogue gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld. Only eleven episodes of Beware the Batman have been broadcast thus far.

The final issue of the monthly Beware The Batman comic, published by DC Comics, also hit shelves this week. Further details on that can be found here.

Please note that Beware The Batman still currently airs on Cartoon Network Canada, and it slated to debut the episode “Attraction” on Saturday, March 29th, 2014 at 8:00pm (ET), with the episode “Fall” airing the following Saturday, April 5th, 2014, at 8:00pm (ET). The series no longer airs on Teletoon, the Canadian network which shares programming with Cartoon Network. New episodes of Beware The Batman have also debuted in some other international markets, including New Zealand.

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Final Issue Of “Beware The Batman” Title Now Available From DC Comics

The final issue of the monthly Beware The Batman title from publisher DC Comics and DC Entertainment, issue #6, arrives in comic book and hobby stores today. A downloadable digital version of the comic will also be available through digital outlets including ComiXology and the DC Comics website. The Beware The Batman comic is based on the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name, which is currently on broadcast hiatus in North America.

Matthew K. Manning is the author for Beware The Batman #6, with Luciano Vecchio providing the art. The World’s Finest recently interviewed both Beware The Batman comic writer Manning and artist Vecchio. The interviews can be found here and here respectively.

Click on the images below to view a preview of Beware The Batman #6, along with additional details below.

BEWARE THE BATMAN #6

Written by: Matthew K. Manning
Art by: Luciano Vecchio

The Story: Final Issue. In a story told entirely from first-person perspective, Alfred Pennyworth searches for Batman, who’s in the midst of a fight for his life! Can Alfred get there in time?

The cover price is $2.99US. Beware The Batman #6 is now available through both comic book stores and digital outlets.

A statement from DC Entertainment concerning the cancellation of the Beware The Batman comic book can be found right here at The World’s Finest. Additional details on the Beware The Batman comic series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite.

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Preview For “Beware The Batman” Issue #6, Final Issue Of The DC Comics Title

DC Comics has provided a preview for Beware The Batman #6, the final issue of the monthly comic title. The comic hits retail and digital outlets this Wednesday, March 26th, 2014. Beware The Batman is based on the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name, which is currently on broadcast hiatus in North America. A downloadable version of the comic will also be available through digital outlets including ComiXology and the DC Comics website.

Matthew K. Manning is the author for Beware The Batman #6, with Luciano Vecchio providing the art. The World’s Finest recently interviewed both Beware The Batman comic writer Manning and artist Vecchio. The interviews can be found here and here respectively.

Click on the images below to view a preview of the comic, along with additional details below.

BEWARE THE BATMAN #6

Written by: Matthew K. Manning
Art by: Luciano Vecchio

The Story: Final Issue. In a story told entirely from first-person perspective, Alfred Pennyworth searches for Batman, who’s in the midst of a fight for his life! Can Alfred get there in time?

The cover price is $2.99US. Beware The Batman #6 will be available to own through both comic book stores and digital outlets starting Wednesday, March 26th, 2014.

A statement from DC Entertainment concerning the cancellation of the Beware The Batman comic book can be found right here at The World’s Finest. Additional details on the Beware The Batman comic series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite.

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January 2015 Sees Complete “Beware The Batman” Collection From DC Comics

Details for upcoming comic collections slated from publisher DC Comics for the remainder of 2014 and into early 2015 have been released, and among them is a collection for the recent Beware The Batman comic series. These early details are provided by DC Comics to an assortment of retail and online outlets to plan publishing initiatives for the next twelve months. Beware The Batman – Volume One will include the entire six-issue run of the monthly title – the last issue of which is scheduled to hit shelves next Wednesday (March 26th, 2014) – and retail for $12.99US. The collection is slated to hit shelves January 27th, 2015.

Continue below for the initial details for Beware The Batman collection.

BEWARE THE BATMAN – VOLUME ONE

Writer: Ivan Cohen, Various
Artist: Luciano Vecchio, Various

Summary: The popular Cartoon Network series makes its way to comics! Bruce Wayne spent years studying crime-fighting techniques from his butler/former secret spy Alfred Pennyworth. Together they will take on Gotham City’s worst criminals and convicts. But even with the help of allies like Katana and Pennyworth, Batman’s skills will be put to the test against villians such as Professor Pyg, Man-Bat, and Tobias Whale. Collects Beware The Batman #1-6.

On Sale Date: January 27th, 2015

$12.99 USD / $15.99 CAD – 128 pages Paperback / softback / Trade paperback (US)

Please note that these details are subject to change. The ten-page Beware The Batman preview story from DC Nation Magazine #2 is unlikely to be included.

Beware The Batman – Volume One, collecting the entire six-issue run of the monthly Beware The Batman comic book, is slated to hit shelves come January 2015 for $12.99US. Stay tuned for additional updates on the release, including finalized details and package artwork.

A statement from DC Entertainment concerning the cancellation of the Beware The Batman comic book can be found right here at The World’s Finest. Additional details on the Beware The Batman comic series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite.

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Cartoon Network Announces 2014-2015 Programming With “Teen Titans Go!” Returning, “Beware The Batman” Not

Cartoon Network has issued a press release announcing the network’s current 2014-2015 programming plans, including information on new and returning shows. The network has announced a host new programming and digital entertainment initiatives for Cartoon Network, including new comedy series and events. No new animated programming based on DC Comics properties were listed in the press release, though Teen Titans Go! is confirmed to be returning for a second season. Beware The Batman and the DC Nation programming block were not mentioned as returning programs.

Continue below for the full press release, and stay tuned for any additional details.

Cartoon Network Evolves with Kids: Always On

New Platform-Specific Original Programming Developed for 2014-2015 to Include Linear and Digital

Content Comprised of Series, Specials, Shorts, Interstitials, Games, Apps and more

Announces Its First-Ever Animated Mini-Series Over the Garden Wall, Plus Multiple New & Returning Original Series

Digital Innovations Include Fast-Paced Micro-Network Cartoon Network Anything

Resuming its successful strategy launched last year of taking its road-show presentation directly to clients and promotional partners, Cartoon Network enters the Upfront Season by introducing its newest evolution in reaching kids whenever they want and wherever they are with an expanded portfolio of exclusive content designed for specific platforms that kids access today. Whether via television, smartphones, computers, tablets or other gaming devices, Cartoon Network will be Always On with customized new original and/or acquired programming and digital offerings designed to meet viewer demand any time of the day. To Cartoon Network, Network means a portfolio of different experiences across a network of devices for a network of fans. In February, Turner Broadcasting announced that Cartoon Network’s on-air hours will change to 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting March 31.

New Original and Acquired Programming:
-Over The Garden Wall: Headlined by an all-star voice-cast that includes Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Collin Dean (The War at Home) and Melanie Lynskey (Two and a Half Men), Over the Garden Wall is Cartoon Network’s first event mini-series, an animated comedy/fantasy story about two brothers, Wirt and Greg, who are trapped in a mysterious world. In this ten-part mini-series, Wirt and Greg must travel across this strange land until they find their way home, aided by a wise old Woodsman who gives them directions and a bluebird named Beatrice. Music plays an important role in the series with a soundtrack full of Americana-influenced original songs. Over The Garden Wall is created by Pat McHale and produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

-Clarence: From creator Skyler Page and premiering Monday, April 14 at 7 p.m., Clarence is a new, original animated series about an optimistic boy who wants to do everything. Because everything is amazing! Clarence was conceived as part of the prolific shorts development program at Cartoon Network Studios, which has resulted in six original series for the network: Regular Show, Uncle Grandpa, Steven Universe, Clarence, Over the Garden Wall and We Bare Bears.

-We Bare Bears: We Bare Bears is a comedy about three bear siblings, named Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear. Each episode follows their awkward attempts at assimilating into human society, whether they’re looking for food, trying to make human friends, or scheming to become internet famous. Whatever the situation, it’s obvious that being a bear in the civilized, modern world is tough—but at least they have each other. Created by Annie Award-winner Daniel Chong (Toy Story of Terror!), We Bare Bears is produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

-The Tom and Jerry Show: The iconic cat and mouse rivals are back in The Tom and Jerry Show, a new, fresh take on the classic series. Preserving the look, characters and sensibility of the original, the all-new series shines a brightly colored, high-definition lens on the madcap slapstick and never-ending battle that has made Tom and Jerry two of the most beloved characters of all time. The Tom and Jerry Show is produced by Warner Bros. Animation and will premiere Wednesday, April 9 at 5:30 p.m.

-Be Cool Scooby-Doo!: Be Cool Scooby-Doo! is an all-new 22-minute animated comedy series from Warner Bros. Animation. The Scooby gang is back with a modern comedic twist on the beloved classic. With high school over and one last summer to live it up, the gang hits the road in the Mystery Machine, chasing fun and adventure. But monsters and mayhem keep getting in the way.

-Wabbit — A Looney Tunes Production: The hilarious, heroic and mischievous Bugs Bunny you love is back! From Warner Bros. Animation, Bugs stars in an all-new series consisting of comedic shorts that find the iconic carrot-loving rabbit matching wits against (and getting the best of) classic characters like Yosemite Sam and Wile E. Coyote. Along the way, Bugs will encounter brand-new foes…and he’ll have some help from new friends like Bigfoot and Squeaks the squirrel.

-LEGO® NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu: Continuing its robust partnership with The LEGO Group, Cartoon Network will re-introduce viewers to the awesome world of NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu with six new half-hour animated specials in 2014, followed by all-new episodes of the highly popular series slated for 2015.

-Sonic Boom™: Sonic the Hedgehog has been one of the world’s biggest gaming icons for over 20 years and this year a new branch of the Sonic universe debuts, entitled Sonic Boom™. With a new look for Sonic and friends, the franchise’s first-ever CG animated television series, an action-packed comedy adventure, will premiere on Cartoon Network with support from an extensive video game release of the same name. The Sonic Boom television series, coproduced by SEGA® of America, Inc. and OuiDO! Productions, will debut on Cartoon Network in the 2014/2015 season.

-Total Drama: Pahkitew Island: All-new island! All-new cast! Same old disregard for human safety! The Total Drama series returns as Chris and Chef put the newest generation of contestants through the craziest challenges yet—all for a chance to win one million dollars! Total Drama Island is produced by Fresh TV Inc.

-Numb Chucks: Woodchuck brothers Dilweed and Fungus didn’t always see themselves as mystical Kung Fu saviors until they stumbled upon an infomercial featuring mega legend Woodchuck Morris’ mullet-fueled motivational kung-fu video “The Way of the Chuck!” With an endless supply of confidence but a limited supply of brain cells, and countless hours of watching the video, this dimwitted duo transmorph-ified into THE NUMB CHUCKS!

-Beyraiderz: Sho, Jin and Leon find themselves trapped on a strange world once defended by the Six Mythic Beasts who upheld justice and brought prosperity for all through the battling BeyRaiderz tournaments. When the Beasts mysteriously disappeared, the world fell into ruin, and now it’s up to Sho and his friends to uncover the hidden BeyRaiderz stadiums, to battle to bring the Beasts back and restore prosperity to the world!

Original “Always On” Programming for Cartoon Network Multiple Digital Platforms:

-Angelo Rules (Season 2): For a kid, life can be a daily battle. There are adults, siblings, teachers and rivals telling them what to do, what not to do, what to say… Well, it’s time for kids to take control and Angelo’s here to show the way! He observes and then comes up with elaborate strategies to wheedle, sweet-talk, con, and work around any adversary. Season two of this new series comes from TeamTo and Cake Entertainment.

Detentionaire: Framed for a major prank and punished with a full year of detention, high schooler Lee Ping sneaks out of detention to try to expose who was really behind the prank and avoid being caught by the school’s principal Barrage. After clearing his name, Lee again attempts to sneak out of Barrage’s upgraded detention room, discovering that a strange pyramid under the school has something to do with Lee’s key, the parents council and the blue tazwurms. There is more to the school than meets the eye! Created by animators Daniel Bryan Franklin & Charles Johnston, Detentionaire is distributed by Nelvana.

-Rocket Jo: Rocket Jo is an inventor-adventurer: his unique goal is to get his jet-pack to function and send him flying in the air for good…without effect. But his valiant attempts are always a false dawn to viewers’ great delight, as there always are failures, gags, explosions, falls, etc. Produced by Millimages and 2D3D, Rocket Jo works hard, drawing upon all his imagination, to make viewers laugh, both children and parents.

Returning Series
-Adventure Time
-The Amazing World of Gumball
-Ben 10 Omniverse
-Grojband
-Johnny Test
-Legends of Chima
-Mixels
-Pokemon the Series: XY
-Regular Show
-Steven Universe
-Teen Titans GO!
-Tenkai Knights
-Uncle Grandpa

CARTOON NETWORK ANYTHING
Later this year, Cartoon Network will introduce a unique user experience to the mobile marketplace when it launches a new digital initiative called Cartoon Network Anything. A fast-paced micro-network, Cartoon Network Anything will serve an ever-growing stream of fun and funny content to mobile phones and other small-screen mobile devices. Users will enjoy games, activities, trivia and clips, each lasting an average of 10 to 15 seconds. These diverse pieces of content will be randomized, and fans can move to the next piece by simply swiping their screens, resulting in entertainment that feels both immediate and infinite.

In addition to bringing a first-of-its-kind mobile offering to fans, Cartoon Network Anything will also provide unique sponsorship opportunities for Cartoon Network’s business partners. A perfect platform for native advertising, Cartoon Network Anything invites innovative advertising and sponsored content that suits the medium and that will feel organic to the overall micro-network.

ABOUT CARTOON NETWORK
Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com) is regularly the #1 U.S. television network among boys 6-11. Currently seen in 98 million U.S. homes and 194 countries around the world, Cartoon Network is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic entertainment for kids and families. In addition to Emmy-winning original programming and industry-leading digital apps and online games, Cartoon Network embraces key social issues affecting families with solution-oriented initiatives such as Stop Bullying: Speak Up and the Move It Movement. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

The second season of Teen Titans Go!, the comedy-adventure series starring the troublesome Teen Titans superteam, is slated to start later this year. The series received an early second-season pick-up after it debuted to high ratings in April 2013. Teen Titans Go! has been a consistent performer since it’s premiere, and remains an anchor series for Cartoon Network’s prime-time programming.

Continuing, Beware The Batman debuted July 2013 on Cartoon Network, netting average but consistent ratings for the animation-themed channel before being removed from the network in October 2013. Please note that while Cartoon Network has not listed Beware The Batman as returning to the network for the 2014-2015 season, the network has not yet confirmed the end of the animated show. However, crew for Beware The Batman recently stated the series has finished production and fifteen episodes have yet to be broadcast. The original report on Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule can be found here.

The fate of the DC Nation programming block also currently remains unconfirmed at this time. Plans for the Adult Swim and Toonami programming initiatives on Cartoon Network are expected to be announced soon.

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New “Beware The Batman” Episodes Not On Cartoon Network March 2014 Schedule

Cartoon Network has provided The World’s Finest with programming details for the month of March 2014, and once again, new episodes of Beware The Batman are absent from the schedule. The CG-animated series was removed from the Cartoon Network schedule back in October 2013, marking exactly six months since an episode aired on the US channel. Reasons for Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule have yet to be provided. Beware The Batman originally aired Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network as part of the hour-long DC Nation programming block, but has since been replaced with back-to-back Teen Titans Go! repeats. The DC Nation block itself has also occasionally been pre-empted entirely.

When asked for a statement, a representative for Cartoon Network would only say that there are future plans for Beware The Batman but no specific details are currently available.

While the remaining fifteen Beware The Batman episodes from the series’ first season currently remain unscheduled, two unaired episodes were included on the recent Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham DVD and Blu-ray release – “Attraction” and “Fall.” Details and a complete review of the Beware The Batman – Season One, Part One: Shadows of Gotham release, which collects the first thirteen episodes of the CG cartoon, is available right here at The World’s Finest.

The original report on Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule can be found here.

Beware The Batman debuted July 2013 on Cartoon Network, netting average but consistent ratings for the animation-themed channel. The CG-animated series incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogue gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld. Only eleven episodes of Beware the Batman have been broadcast thus far.

Additionally, DC Entertainment recently confirmed the cancellation of the short-lived Beware The Batman spin-off comic. Those details can be found here exclusively at The World’s Finest.

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Latest Issue Of “Beware The Batman” Title Now Available From DC Comics

The latest issue of the monthly Beware The Batman title from publisher DC Comics and DC Entertainment, issue #5, arrives in comic book and hobby stores today. A downloadable digital version of the comic will also be available through digital outlets including ComiXology and the DC Comics website. The Beware The Batman comic title, with a rotating creative team, features stories taking place in continuity with the animated series’ source material. Mike W. Barr is the author for Beware The Batman #5, with Dario Brizuela providing the art.

Click on the images below to view a preview of Beware The Batman #5, along with additional details below.

BEWARE THE BATMAN #5

Written by: Mike W. Barr
Art by: Dario Brizuela

The Story: When a Katana copycat kills a member of the mob, the real Katana enlists Batman’s help to clear her name and find out the true identity of the assassin—someone from her own past!

The cover price is $2.99US. Beware The Batman #5 is now available through both comic book stores and digital outlets.

DC Entertainment recently confirmed for The World’s Finest that Beware The Batman issue #6 is the final issue of the comic book. A statement from the publisher can be found here. Additional details on the Beware The Batman comic series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite.

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Preview For “Beware The Batman” Issue #5, Coming This Wednesday From DC Comics

DC Comics has provided a preview of Beware The Batman #5, the latest issue of the comic series hitting retail and digital outlets this Wednesday, February 26th, 2014. The comic title is inspired by the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name. A downloadable version of the comic will also be available through digital outlets including ComiXology and the DC Comics website. Mike W. Barr is the author for Beware The Batman #4, with Dario Brizuela providing the art. Brizuela provided The World’s Finest with a comment about the upcoming Katana-focused story.

“This book is mostly about Katana and it’s really fun!” said Brizuela. ” I think she looks sexy and dangerous, and there’s lot of action in these pages!”

“I also find the opportunity to add in some cool shots of Batman, of course!” Brizuela added. “I hope the fans enjoy it!”

The Beware The Batman comic title, with a rotating creative team, features stories taking place in continuity with the animated series’ source material. Click on the images below to view a preview of the comic, along with additional details below.

BEWARE THE BATMAN #5

Written by: Mike W. Barr
Art by: Dario Brizuela

The Story: When a Katana copycat kills a member of the mob, the real Katana enlists Batman’s help to clear her name and find out the true identity of the assassin—someone from her own past!

The cover price is $2.99US. Beware The Batman #5 will be available to own through both comic book stores and digital outlets starting Wednesday, February 26th, 2014.

DC Entertainment recently confirmed for The World’s Finest that Beware The Batman issue #6 is the final issue of the comic book. A statement from the publisher can be found here. Additional details on the Beware The Batman comic series can be found at the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite.

Stay tuned for further updates here soon at The World’s Finest

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