Site Updates: “Batman: The Animated Series,” “Batman: The Brave and The Bold”

The World’s Finest has added new content to the dedicated Batman: The Animated Series and Batman: The Brave and The Bold subsites. First, details have been added for Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s upcoming repackage DVD release Batman: The Brave and The Bold – The Complete Second Season. Hitting shelves on April 7th, 2015, the release collects previous DVD releases of the acclaimed animated series in a new package. There is no new additional content. Click on the image below for further details. The World’s Finest has also added new Batman: The Animated Series production art, which can be viewed by clicking on the second image below. The additions feature early design work for the series by Kevin Nowlan.

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“The Batman Adventures – Volume Two” Trade Paperback Details

Details on the second The Batman Adventures trade paperback collection, coming May 27th, 2015 from DC Comics, have been added to the Batman: The Animated Series subsite. The ten-issue collections includes The Batman Adventures #11 – 20 and will retail for $19.99US. Click here to check out further details on the The Batman Adventures – Volume Two collection at The World’s Finest.

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Preview For Summer 2015-Scheduled “The Batman Adventures – Volume Two” Trade Collection

The World’s Finest has an extended preview of the The Batman Adventures – Volume Two trade paperback release, collecting the ten issues of the classic The Batman Adventures comics series, slated to hit shelves in Summer 2015. The critically acclaimed comic book, inspired by Batman: The Animated Series and running for nearly a decade through an assortment of revamps and reboots, published some of the most celebrated modern-era Batman stories ever written.

The Batman Adventures – Volume Two collects The Batman Adventures #11 – 20, with stories featuring Man-Bat, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, The Joker and more. Continue below for artwork and additional details on the release.

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES VOLUME TWO




Writer: Kelley Pucket
Artist: Mike Parobeck

Summary: A special all-ages Batman collection! This graphic novel collects the serialized adventures from the classic Batman: The Animated Series, with appearances from The Joker, Batgirl, Robin, Commissioner Gordon, Man-Bat and Scarecrow. From writer Kelley Puckett (Batman: No Man’s Land, Batgirl), these tales will connect with Dark Knight fans from 5 to 75! Collects Batman Adventures #11-20.

The Batman Adventures – Volume Two, a ten-issue trade paperback collection from DC Comics, will be available June 2015 for $19.99US. Details on the The Batman Adventures comic book series can be found at The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

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New Wave Of “Batman: The Animated Series” Figures From DC Collectibles Coming July 2015

DC Comics has released new images and details for upcoming figures from the ongoing DC Collectibles line based on Batman: The Animated Series. The figures listed below are scheduled to shelf come July 2015. DC Collectibles is the exclusive collectibles division of DC Comics, manufacturing and marketing over 100 products every year. Available exclusively through comics shops and specialty retailers, the DC Collectibles line is highly regarded for its superior quality and limited availability.

Official details for the upcoming figures are available below.

BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES – BATMAN, BATGIRL, THE RIDDLER, AND THE PENGUIN ACTION FIGURES

BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES: BATMAN – 6″
THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES: BATGIRL – 5″
BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES: THE RIDDLER – 6″
BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES: THE PENGUIN – 4.5″
EACH FIGURE SOLD SEPARATELY

Continue your animated Batman collection with the next wave of 6 inch scale action figures that bring the designs of the Emmy Award-winning animated series to life! Each figure comes with multiple show specific accessories and unique base!

$24.95 US • On Sale July 2015 * Allocations May Occur

DC Collectibles is the exclusive collectibles division of DC Comics, manufacturing and marketing over 100 products every year. Ranging from action figures to cold-cast porcelain statues to finely detailed prop replicas, these products are based on the world famous DC Comics Super Heroes, the edgy stars of Vertigo, the timeless icons of MAD Magazine and some of the most popular licensed properties from TV, film and videogames. DC Collectibles, highly regarded among fans and collectors, is available exclusively through comics shops and specialty retailers.

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New “The Batman Adventures – Volume One” Comic Collection Now Available

The new The Batman Adventures – Volume One trade paperback release, collecting the first ten issues of the classic The Batman Adventures comics series, is now available to own from DC Comics. The critically acclaimed comic book, inspired by Batman: The Animated Series and running for nearly a decade through an assortment of revamps and reboots, published some of the most celebrated modern-era Batman stories ever written. The Batman Adventures – Volume One collects The Batman Adventures #1 – 10, with stories featuring The Penguin, Catwoman, Joker, Scarecrow, Riddler and more.

Continue below for artwork and additional details on the release.

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES VOLUME ONE

Writer: Kelley Pucket
Artist: Ty Templeton, Martin Pasko, Mike Parobeck

Summary: The first ten issues of the classic all-ages series are back in a new collection! Don’t miss these tales of the Dark Knight featuring appearances by The Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman, Scarecrow, Killer Croc, Clayface, The Riddler and more!

Click here for an interview with Ty Templeton, artist and writer for The Batman Adventures.

The Batman Adventures – Volume One, a ten-issue trade paperback collection from DC Comics, is now available at comic stores and hobby shops everywhere for $19.99US. Details on the The Batman Adventures comic book series can be found at The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

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The World’s Finest Questions Ty Templeton On “The Batman Adventures” And More

The World’s Finest caught up with artist/writer Ty Templeton to discuss his work on The Batman Adventures, the classic comic series based on Batman: The Animated Series, and a handful of other projects past, present and future.

Winner of the Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Writer, nominated for countless others, and inducted in the Canadian Hall of Fame, Templeton’s career spans a multitude of mediums, characters and publishers, working on everything from Batman and Superman in both comic and animation form, to writing and drawing for The Simpsons, Vertigo Comics and assorted independent publishers. Even teaching classing classes to aspiring artists, Templeton has his hand deep in the comic and art community, both in Canada and abroad.

And now, DC Comics is releasing the classic The Batman Adventures comic series, featuring work by Templeton, in a new series of trade paperback collections, with the first volume hitting shelves Wednesday, November 12h, 2014. To find out what Templeton has to say about his work on that comic, and other projects, continue on…

The World’s Finest: DC Comics is reprinting the classic The Batman Adventures comics in a new series of trade paperback collections. Now, when the comic first started off, you had to start working on the comic before an episode of Batman: The Animated Series even aired. Can you walk us through how you managed to navigate such tricky waters to get that first issue out without having seen the show?

Ty Templeton: Well, that’s not strictly true. I’d actually seen the “On Leather Wings” episode when I was working on the first issue, and I think I saw two or three more before the general public did. It helps to be in the biz. Also, I had a set of turnaround and layout designs already from when I was briefly a storyboard artist for Lightbox Productions in Toronto, which worked on the first season of the show. It was the primary reason I was hired, was because I was already associated with the production before it made it to the air.

WF: And when you did see the first episode, did you think, in retrospect, you and Kelley Puckett (the writer) nailed it with your first opening arc?

TT: Again, the premise of the question is slightly off. And as an artist I’m never happy with what I do. I’d love to go back and fix all the mistakes in that first issue. There are plenty.

WF: After the initial three issues of The Batman Adventures, you stepped aside for the most part, save for the odd appearance, but then came back basically full-time with Batman & Robin Adventures. That opening two-part story remains, personally, one of the best Two-Face stories ever (“It was Tuesday” – brutal). Did your artist approach change when it can to drawing these characters again, now that the animated series and comic were established?

TT: I was originally only approached to do three issues, it was meant to be a micro series to test the waters, but we came out of the gate with enormous sales. Sales so good they could not cancel the book, so it kept going. I was unavailable for anything past issue #3 so the wonderful Mike Parobeck came and took over and did it for the next twenty eight issues before I returned, first as a writer (Batman Adventures #32) then as a writer artist with Mike for a few issues when Kelly Puckett left, then as an artist with Paul Dini, then as the writer/cover artist for the rest of the series, stepping back into the artist shoes for the Dan Slott scripted issues because, well, who wouldn’t want to draw a Dan Slott script?!?

WF: While the three issues included in the new The Batman Adventures collection highlights your pencil work, you also wrote this title for quite a few years. Which did you find easier – getting the look of the show down, or the voice? Why?

TT: There’s not really an “easier” between the two disciplines, but I enjoy both and didn’t want to step back from writing when I had my hands on the character. I kept up with the covers because I simply couldn’t write and draw an issue every month, so it was a question of schedule more than anything that kept me from doing it all. When Slott came aboard near the end, and scripted half the stories, I could write mine and draw his and was quite happy with everything at that point (though I missed doing covers! What a selfish bastard I was on that series!)

WF: The Batman Adventures is considered one of the best unsung Batman comics of the 90s. Any thoughts on that? Was it because the series wasn’t enveloped in countless ongoing crossovers, or perhaps because it ignored the other bad practices that popped up throughout the decade, or maybe…because, simply, there was just great storytelling. Thoughts?

TT: If it’s unsung, it ain’t considered one of the best anything. It’s like being a tall midget, it doesn’t work logically. Unsung means unnoticed. We weren’t unnoticed, though … we won a bunch of Eisner awards and Fanny Awards during this period (I have most of ‘em on my wall), and were quite happy with the recognition and very healthy sales. At one point, Batman and Robin Adventures was DC’s best selling comic worldwide, as it was, by far, their most translated. We were in dozens and dozens of countries and outselling everything DC put out in Europe, except Gaiman’s Sandman book. There’s a pair of contenders, eh? So your contention that we were ignored is slightly off. But … the book was not particularly supported in editorial at the time, because DC was going through a real “identity crisis” of sorts at editorial, where they really didn’t like the idea of kids reading comics. Obviously, you need kids to have a new generation of readers every ten years, but I had constant requests to get off the book from editors telling me my career would be better if I did a more mainstream book. I was happy where I was (stayed there off and on for like fifteen years!) and was happy to connect to the audience. It was editorial that didn’t love us, and gave us no promotion, no reprint series, little attention when we won awards. We were only unsung around the DC offices, actually, not around the biz.

WF: Switching gears for a moment, you’ve kept yourself quite busy over the years, but you always seem to pop back on to a Batman book every once and a bit. Given this is Batman’s 75th, do you have any comments on the character’s enduring appeal? Maybe perhaps those 1980s Zellers commercials (laughs)?

TT: The character’s appeal is simple. His story is the ultimate metaphor for control vs. chaos, which is the basic story of existence. The living impose order on a chaotic structure, like the planet Earth for instance,, and Batman is the embodiment of that struggle. It’s not a coincidence that all of his best villains are centered around madness or temptation.

As to the Zellers commercials….my work animating and doing layout for those commercials was where I connected with Lightbox Productions in Canada, which is what led to them being part of the original set of animation studios working on Batman The Animated Series, where I was hired to do storyboards, and hooked up with the whole thing. So domino theory in action.

WF: Continuing this off-topic track – You recently worked on the Batman ’66 Meets Green Hornet mini-series. Is there any intimidation to working on such beloved interpretations of these classic characters? How….careful are you when approaching these characters from an artistic standpoint? Do you ask yourself how close you need to stay to their look while allowing yourself a little room to put some of yourself in there?

TT: No intimidation at all. I lobbied for the gig, and sent the editor likenesses of all the major actors and some of the villains as part of my lobbying. It’s what got me the gig, so I knew I could catch the actors well.

WF: Is it safe to assume you’ll be losing many, many days watching the new Batman: The Classic TV Series Blu-ray/DVD Collection? Any episodes in particular you’re eager to revisit?

TT: I’ve had a set of those episodes on DVD for more than a decade. It’s good to have connections! As a result, I went through a bunch of them again while doing this recent series. My favorites are always the ones with Penguin, by far. Though the Joan Collins/Siren episodes tickle me for some reason. Obviously I watched the ones with Green Hornet and Colonel Gumm a bunch of times lately.

WF: And swinging back to the topic on hand, any last thoughts on the new The Batman Adventures collection, particularly your issues included within? Given that it’s been over twenty years since these have seen print, is it humbling to revisit these early works?

TT: Humbling is the wrong word. I’m never a fan of my old work (and barely a fan of my current work), so when reprints come out, I confess that I don’t look at them. I get sent copies and I put them on a shelf in my house so there’s a copy if I need it, but I’m never comfortable looking at my work in print. It’s almost impossible to get me to read a printed copy of my work, especially if I drew it, rather than wrote it. I sometimes go back and re-read scripts I’ve done, but there are damn few of those I think I did just right, so I tend to see mistakes, rather than stories.

WF: Lastly, can you fill us in on your current works and list off, perhaps, some upcoming projects you can share with us?

TT: Currently, as of this writing, I’m on vacation! I just finished up the Green Hornet Batman series and am taking a delightful two weeks off before plunging back to work. I’m doing some small work on a creator owned thing at the moment, and, in theory, am supposed to start something with Dan Slott at Marvel this fall, but he’s been a bit overbooked and I haven’t gotten a script out of him yet. So I owe him a phone call about that…

The World’s Finest would like to thank Ty Templeton for his participation in this Q & A. To find out more about Templeton’s work, check out his Ty Templeton’s Art Land website.

The Batman Adventures – Volume One, a ten-issue trade paperback collection from DC Comics, hits shelves on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 for $19.99US. More details on the The Batman Adventures comic book series can be found at The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

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Package Artwork For Recent “Batman: The Animated Series – Volume Three” Soundtrack Release

The World’s Finest has a collection of select package images from the recent Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack From The Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three Limited Edition soundtrack release from La-La Land Records. The four-disc CD soundtrack release features the scores to over twenty Batman: The Animated Series episodes, including “Robin’s Reckoning,” “Day of the Samurai,” “Mudslide,” and “The Clock King.” The compact disc soundtrack, available for purchase through both www.lalalandrecords.com and other soundtrack boutiques for $59.98US, is a limited edition of 3000 units. Click here to order!

Click on the images for a closer look at the package artwork for the soundtrack release, created by the Warm Butter Design studio.

Complete track listings, along with additional images, are available right here at The World’s Finest. Also, check out more on Batman: The Animated Series at the The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

The Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack From The Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three soundtrack four-disc CD release is currently available to order. The compact disc soundtrack, originally released on October 7th, 2014, is available for purchase through La-La Land Records and other soundtrack boutiques for $59.98US. Click here to order! Stay tuned for additional updates on this title right here at The World’s Finest.

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Official Details, Art For New “The Batman Adventures: Mad Love – Deluxe Edition” Hardcover Collection

DC Comics has released official details for a new hardcover release of the classic The Batman Adventures: Mad Love one-shot set for release in March 2015. The critically acclaimed comic book, written by Paul Dini with art by Bruce Timm, features the origin of the wildly popular character Harley Quinn. The Batman Adventures: Mad Love – Deluxe Edition will include the original story plus an abundance of bonus material. The hardcover release is slated to hit shelves March 24th, 2015 for $17.99US.

Continue below for the official details provided by the publisher.

THE BATMAN ADVENTURES: MAD LOVE DELUXE EDITION

Written by PAUL DINI and BRUCE TIMM
Art and cover by BRUCE TIMM
On sale MARCH 18 • 96 pg, FC, 7.0625” x 10.875”, $17.99 US

Written and drawn by the masterminds behind Batman: The Animated Series, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, this epic reveals the origins of Harley Quinn as she proves her love to The Joker by trying to eliminate the Dark Knight on her own! Now in a deluxe format with exclusive extras and bonus material!

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The Batman Adventures: Mad Love – Deluxe Edition, a new hardcover collection of the acclaimed origin story, is slated to hit shelves come March 2015 for $17.99US. Stay tuned for additional updates on the release, including finalized details and trade dress. Details on the The Batman Adventures comic book series can be found at The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

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New “Batman: The Animated Series – Volume Three” Soundtrack Available To Order

The highly-anticipated Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack From The Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three soundtrack CD title, released by La-La Land Records, is available to order starting today. Consumers will be able to order copies of the soundtrack through the official La-La Land Records website beginning today at 12pm (PT). Click here to order! The title will also be available through a host of specialty online retailers. The four-disc CD soundtrack release will feature the scores to such Batman: The Animated Series episodes as “Robin’s Reckoning,” “Eternal Youth,” “Day of the Samurai,” “Mudslide,” “The Underdwellers” and “The Clock King,” among many others. The following press details, including pricing information and more, are provided by La-La Land Records.

BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: VOL. 3: LIMITED EDITION (4-CD SET)

MUSIC BY SHIRLEY WALKER, CARLOS RODRIGUEZ, PETER TOMASHEK, TODD HAYEN, HARVEY R. COHEN, MICHAEL MCCUISTION, LARS CLUTTERHAM, STUART BALCOMB, MARK KOVAL, LOLITA RITMANIS, RICHARD BRONSKILL, TAMARA KLINE, CARL JOHNSON, STEVE CHESNE AND JAMES STEMPLE
LLLCD 1322
LIMITED EDITION OF 3000 UNITS
RETAIL PRICE: $59.98

PRODUCED BY JOHN TAKIS AND NEIL S. BULK
MASTERED BY JAMES NELSON AT DIGITAL OUTLAND
LINER NOTES BY JOHN TAKIS
ART DIRECTION BY DAN GOLDWASSER

La-La Land Records, Warner Bros., Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics travel back to Gotham City for a third time and unleash this massive 4-cd set of Batman: The Animated Series. Episodes like “Robin’s Reckoning, Eternal Youth, Day of the Samurai, Mudslide, The Underdwellers and The Clock King are just a few incredible scores that have been included in this third volume of music. John Takis’ liner notes continue where he left off on Vol 2, digging deeper into the heart and soul of this classic tv series with exclusive interviews of the various composers and how their timeless scores changed the face of television.

The first 200 people who purchase the score through the La-La Land Records website (www.lalalandrecords.com) will receive a signed front tray card autographed by composers Lolita Ritmanis, Michael McCuistion and Carlos Rodriguez at no extra charge. Quantities are limited. You are NOT guaranteed a signed copy. Orders are based on a first come, first served basis.

CD 1
Robin’s Reckoning, Part I (Carlos Rodriguez)
Robin’s Reckoning, Part II (Peter Tomashek)
P.O.V. (Shirley Walker)
The Clock King (Carlos Rodriguez)
Tyger, Tyger (Todd Hayen)
See No Evil (Shirley Walker)

CD 2
Cat Scratch Fever (Harvey R. Cohen)
The Forgotten (Shirley Walker)
Be a Clown (Michael McCuistion)
Dreams in Darkness (Todd Hayen)
The Underdwellers (Lars Clutterham & Stuart Balcomb)
Terror in the Sky (Shirley Walker)

CD 3
Night of the Ninja (Mark Koval)
Day of the Samurai (Carlos Rodriguez)
Prophecy of Doom (Shirley Walker)
Eternal Youth (Lolita Ritmanis)
What Is Reality? (Richard Bronskill)
Mudslide (Shirley Walker)

CD 4
I Am the Night (Michael McCuistion)
Heart of Steel, Part I (Richard Bronskill & Tamara Kline)
Heart of Steel, Part II (Carl Johnson)
Blind as a Bat (Steve Chesne & James Stemple)
Paging the Crime Doctor (Shirley Walker)
The Man Who Killed Batman (Shirley Walker)

Complete track listings are available right here at The World’s Finest. Also, check out more on Batman: The Animated Series at the The World’s Finest Batman: The Animated Series subsite.

The Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack From The Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three soundtrack four-disc CD release is available to order starting today. Beginning today at 12pm (PT), consumers will be able to order copies of the soundtrack through the official La-La Land Records website and a host of specialty online retailers. Click here to order! Stay tuned for additional updates on this title right here at The World’s Finest.

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Interview With “Batman: The Animated Series” Soundtrack Co-Producer John Takis

After waiting over two years, the latest Batman: The Animated Series soundtrack collection from La-La Land Records has arrived. Collecting an abundance of scores over a massive four-disc set, Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack from the Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three includes some of the most sought-after music in television history. After two incredible collections, La-La Land Records has dug into the vaults once more to pull out more amazing work by Shirley Walker and her amazing team of composers. Involved in the soundtrack’s production is John Takis, producer for many of an assortment of DC Comics animation-based soundtracks for the specialty label. The World’s Finest caught up with Takis to talk about the scope of this release and the legacy of this monumental music. Click on the image below to check out the interview.

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Batman: The Animated Series – Original Soundtrack from the Warner Bros. Television Series, Volume Three is a four-disc set with over five hours of music 24 full episode scores, including the two-part epic crossover “Robin’s Reckoning” and “The Clock King,” “Dreams in Darkness” and more. The soundtrack CD release from La-La Land Records will be available to order directly from La La Land Records starting Tuesday, October 7th, 2014. The soundtrack will be available through the label’s official website and a host of specialty online retailers. Stay tuned for additional updates and news, right here at The World’s Finest!

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