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Batman The Animated Newsletter #102

Batman: The Animated Newsletter
Weeks of October 22 – October 29, 2001
Volume 4, 2
Rated: PG (as with all other things Batman-related)

THIS ISSUE’S SUBLIMINAL MESSAGE: “HAPPY EARLY HALLOWE’EN, EVERYONE!”
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NOTABLE

As most of you know by now, we at BATMAN: THE ANIMATED NEWSLETTER had some trouble with our computers two weeks back, and 1 barely made it out! But, in that two week interval, we somehow still managed to get another 100 subscribers, bringing our total up to over 2400!

Once again, thanks to everyone’s involvement and support of the newsletter. Trust me, this thing wouldn’t exist without you 2400 fine people!

Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
-teary-eyed
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EAGERLY ANTICIPATING…
New episodes are on the horizon! Here’s what we can expect in the near future…

-Due to the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington on Sept. 11th, just after our last issue came out, the KidsWB has reworked its schedules for this week. UNMASKED, the only unaired BATMAN BEYOND episode, didn’t air on Friday after all (because it involves Kobra, a terrorist group) and will air at a later date.
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NEWS AND RUMORS
(see back issues for older info)

ALL-ENCOMPASSING/OTHER
-The following artists are selling artwork on eBay. The following are their names and Seller ID’s:
Terry Beatty: beatty@machlink.com
Craig Rousseau: cerousseau
Tim Levins: tlevins
Min S. Ku: min3000gt

ANIMATED SERIES (BTAS, STAS, BEYOND, JLA)
-WOW! CONFIRMATION OF THE ANIMATED BATMAN ON TV!
A WB rep confirmed this, saying that the following will be released on DVD (in no particular order):
1) BATMAN BEYOND: RETURN OF THE JOKER — UNEDITED! (Really)
2) WORLD’S FINEST (The Batman/Superman Movie)
3) BATMAN & MR. FREEZE: SUB-ZERO
4) More BTAS episodes! However, no one knows if this would cover all 109 episodes or a “best of BTAS” sort of deal.
5) There are ideas of future direct-to-DVD Batman movies, as well as special editions of BATMAN and BATMAN RETURNS. (BATMAN FOREVER should get one, too! To hell with BATMAN & ROBIN, though.)
-A preliminary review for the JUSTICE LEAGUE pilot episode has popped up on the net! Wanna read it? Go here – but be forewarned, there are probably spoilers!
//www.cartoonresearch.com/reviews.html
-Kristopher Carter, who provided a great deal of music on BATMAN BEYOND, is doing all the music for JUSTICE LEAGUE.
-After the JLA series debuts on Saturday, November 17, at 7 PM, it will premiere new episodes on Mondays at 9:30 PM. These episodes will repeat on Fridays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 8:30 PM.
-A sneak peak at the JLA official site can be found here. The full site opens November 12.
//www.cartoonnetwork.com/jl
-Though BATMAN BEYOND has left the KidsWB schedule, they still plan on airing the ever-postponed episode UNMASKED later this year.
-Some promo art from the series have popped up on the net!
Group shot: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla1.jpg
Superman: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla2.jpg
Wonder Woman #1: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla3.jpg
Flash: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla4.jpg
Batman: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla5.jpg
Wonder Woman #2: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla6.jpg
Martian Manhunter: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla7.jpg
Green Lantern: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla8.jpg
Hawkgirl: //wf.toonzone.net/bbeyond/jla9.jpg

ANIMATED COMICS
-Tim Levins is currently co-plotting of BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES with Scott Peterson. It looks like it will be a Catwoman story; no word on whether it’ll be an extra-sized issue like #1, though. This issue will be out in May 2002.
-JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 description: “The JLA faces a deadly alien threat! When a meteor lands in an American suburb, the League is called on to investigate. Soon they are drawn into an intergalactic conflict, but it seems as if the real threat may be one of their own – Green Lantern! Our heroes’ adventures may be over as soon as they’ve begun!”
Due out on November 14th.
Bruce Tim Pencils for #1: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/jla/jla01.gif
Alex Ross Paiting for #1: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/jla/jla01-color.jpg
-JUSTICE LEAGUE #2
The Justice League must find a way to defeat a strange magical cult that is targeting the treasures of museums around the world. To succeed, the League needs the Martian Manhunter, but is he too torn by his feelings of alienation from his new teammates to help?
In stores December 12th.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/jla/jla02.jpg
-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #44
All I know about this one is that Two-Face finally returns; looks like Nightwing and Robin are in it, too. Here’s the cover:
//www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/bga/bga44.jpg
-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVNETURES #45
Arkham Asylum’s in full lockdown, and one of its doctors is missing. It’s up to Batman to find out which of the inmates is in charge, in “Running the Asylum”. Due out on December 26th.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/bga/bga45.jpg
-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #46
All we know is that this is going to feature the Ventriloquist (and Scarface too, of course.)
-SUPERMAN ADVENTURES #64
Terry McGinnis pops up in SUPERMAN ADVENTURES #64. Yeah, I’m confused too, but since Brainiac’s involved in this, anything is possible.
Due out in December.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/sa/sa64.jpg

-For more animated comic updates, go here:
//www.toonzone.net/worldsfinest/bbeyond/previews.html

OTHER COMICS
-Frank Miller’s long-awaited THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN will finally hit stores on December 5, 2001. Issues #2 and #3 will come out in successive months. Each issue will cost $7.95 US.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/2001-12/dksa1.jpg
The following are some coloured pics from one of the issues:
*Carrie, “Catgirl”: //www.cinescape.com/multimedia/Batman/Images/BatmanImages275528.jpg
*The “Bat-Boys”: //www.cinescape.com/multimedia/Batman/Images/BatmanImages275529.jpg
*The Question: //www.cinescape.com/multimedia/Batman/Images/BatmanImages275530.jpg
*Carrie and the Atom: //www.cinescape.com/multimedia/Batman/Images/BatmanImages275532.jpg
– Chuck Dixon and Scott Beatty are writing a BATGIRL: YEAR ONE miniseries. More as we hear it!
-DETECTIVE COMICS #765
Batman’s mad. Know why? Some robber actually had the guts to break into Jim Gordon’s house. Dude, he’s toast.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/2001-12/detective765.jpg
-CATWOMAN #2 (new series)
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/2001-12/catwoman02.jpg
-HARLEY QUINN #15
Harley, now in Metropolis, starts an advice column in the DAILY PLANET.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/2001-12/harleyquinn15.jpg
-A hardcover version of DARK VICTORY, collecting all 13 issues, will be released on October 24. Don’t expect a softcover version any earlier than March 2002.

MOVIES
-ONSTAR is holding a contest where a winner gets to have a walk-on role in whatever the next Batman movie will be.

*BATMAN: YEAR ONE (BATMAN 5) NEWS:
-The reason why this production has been postponed for so long is because that with every rewrite of the script, Aronofsky and Miller have gone back to square one to start over. It will be made in time, though. Thanks to COMING SOON for the info.

*BATMAN BEYOND: LIVE ACTION NEWS:
-Apparently this movie is on indefinite hiatus because the futuristic environments needed in which to set the movie would cost a LOT to make. Thanks to COMING SOON for the info.

*BATMAN BEYOND: THE FOURTH ANIMATED MOVIE
-At the WIZARD WORLD convention, Paul Dini has confirmed that there will be more animated Bat-movies on the way. Aside from a second BATMAN BEYOND “Nightwing” film (which is always possible), there could possibly be movies featuring team-ups between Batman and Superman, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, and Green Arrow. These ideas HAVE been greenlighted by the WB.

*CATWOMAN
-No new news on this movie for a while…but yeah, it’s still in production.

*WORLD’S FINEST
-No new news here. Don’t expect this movie to happen for quite a while. Development Hell, folks.

LIVE ACTION TELEVISION
-Nothing as of yet – though word has it a young Bruce Wayne MIGHT appear in a cameo on SMALLVILLE if the series stays in production.
-There are now rumours that if SMALLVILLE proves to be successful, the WB will be making a TV series based on Chuck Dixon’s BIRDS OF PREY comic series, featuring Oracle and Black Canary. Laeta Kalogridis (TOMB RAIDER) is attached as writer of the script and Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, and Joe Davola are pegged as executive producers. This report has appeared in the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. No sign on any other Bat-characters (including the B-man himself) appearing in the series as of yet.

EXCLUSIVE INTERNET ENDEAVOURS:
-New episodes are still coming out, on the following dates:
Oct. 9: #10 – “I’m Badgirl”

TOYS, BOOKS, AND OTHER MERCHANDISE
-BATMAN: VENGEANCE for PLAYSTATION 2, is due out this fall. Looks like a great game! Heck, even Matches Malone made it in! My only wish is that more of the heroes and villains made it in. Thus far, Batman, Batgirl, Gordon, Matches, Joker, Harley, Poison Ivy, and Mr. Freeze are the only characters revealed to definitely be in the game.
For a preview, go here. It has videos and stills, too!
//ps2.ign.com/previews/16274.html
The official site is located here:
//www.ubisoft.com/batmanvengeance/main.html
-The release date of BATMAN: DARK TOMORROW for the Nintendo Gamecube has been pushed back to March 2002.

SPECIAL NOTE:
For more BATMAN, SUPERMAN, JUSTICE LEAGUE, BATMAN BEYOND, and related stories and news, check out the WORLD’S FINEST NEWSPAGE at:

//news.toonzone.net
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CARTOON NETWORK SCHEDULE

CARTOON NETWORK currently has the rights to air all episodes of Batman, Superman, and select episodes of Batman Beyond. As of October 1st, CARTOON NETWORK has been bringing back these shows to the network, by adding BATMAN BEYOND to their Toonami block, at the 6:30pm (ET) timeslot. BATMAN and SUPERMAN are expected to join the network soon.

Mon 10-22-01 BEYOND #15 Earth Mover

Tue 10-23-01 BEYOND #16 Splicers

Wed 10-24-01 BEYOND #17 Lost Soul

Thu 10-25-01 BEYOND #18 Bloodsport

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Mon 10-29-01 BEYOND #19 Hidden Agenda

Tue 10-30-01 BEYOND #20 Once Burned

Wed 10-31-01 BEYOND #?? NO EPISODE

Thu 11-01-01 BEYOND #21 Hooked Up

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Mon 11-05-01 BEYOND #22 Rats

Tue 11-06-01 BEYOND #23 Mind Games

Wed 11-07-01 BEYOND #24 Revenant

Thu 11-08-01 BEYOND #25 Babel

Should this schedule be inaccurate, go to this link:

//www.cartoonnetwork.com/tv/schedule.html
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CANADIAN EPISODE SCHEDULE
(BATMAN on YTV – courtesy of our friends at YTV)

YTV has renewed the rights to air more episodes of BATMAN BEYOND every Saturday morning at 10:00am. YTV will air ‘new’ episodes every weekend, most of them airing for the first time. For an accurate YTV schedule go to:

//www.toonzone.net/worldsfinest/worldsfinestpage/epsched.htm
//www.ytv.com/ytvguide
news.toonzone.net

Though YTV currently has the rights to air all 109 episodes of BTAS, it has been removed from the schedule for the time being. Be sure to check back here for updates!

THIS WEEK:
Sat 10-27-01: BEYOND #39 Untouchable

NEXT WEEK (this schedule may be slightly inaccurate)
Sat 11-03-01: BEYOND #40 Where’s Terry

YET ANOTHER WEEK LATER:
Sat 11-10-01: BEYOND #41 Ace in the Hole
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EPISODE REVIEW: (SPOILERS!)
(by Justin Chen and/or Zanna)

All of Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton’s reviews of the new-style BTAS episodes and BATMAN BEYOND can be found via these links, which link to “Two-Face’s Tower of Tranquility and Terror”:

MAIN PAGE: //www.angelfire.com/tx/TimTwoFace/index.html
BTAS PAGE: //www.angelfire.com/tx/TimTwoFaceText/btas.html

The creative team for this column alternates between Zanna and Justin Chen, two loyal subscribers and great friends of ours here. Any other reviews printed here are written by editor Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton.

However, with no new episodes debuting, we have nothing to review…anyone wanna submit reviews of older BTAS episodes? We’re always taking submissions!
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COMIC REVIEWS
(BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)
(BATMAN BEYOND by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)
(SUPERMAN ADVENTURES by Dick Grayson)

BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES
ISSUE: “Tuesday Night” (#42)
WRITTEN BY: Scott Peterson
PENCILS: Craig Rousseau
INKS: Dan Davis
COLOURIST: Lee Loughridge
LETTERER: Albert T. Deguzman
COVER ART: Bob Smith, Terry Beatty, and Lee Loughridge
ISSUED: September 5, 2001 (Cover date Nov 2001)
RATING: ***

What a Tuesday night. Even though I prefer good ol’ classic superhero vs supervillain story, I commend Scott Peterson on writing a tale focusing on a normal night of simple patrol for Batman and Robin. I’m writing this on the night of when the World Trade Centre was attacked (09-11), so I couldn’t help but draw the parrallels between that and the Dynamic Duo’s search and rescue efforts in a city ablaze in this issue.

Peterson’s minimal dialogue was great, but had it not been for the fabulous visuals by Craig Rousseau and Dan Davis, the issue wouldn’t have been nearly as effective. Fire is a beautiful (but deadly) thing, and this issue proved that on both counts.

I was hoping we’d get to see Firefly be the culprit rather than a computer glitch and sun flares, but just like the tragedy that befell in the U.S. (and the free world) today, sometimes grand-scale chaos comes from the faceless, the unknown.

Who knew that I’d ever get this much out of what I originally thought would be just a simple little fire-fighting tale. Kudos to everyone involved with .

Have a quiet, peaceful Tuesday Night everyone, wherever you may be.

;-Y
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COMIC SCHEDULES & COVERING THE BASICS

This section gives a little bit more in-depth look into each monthly issue of BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES and BATMAN BEYOND. Below each comic listing is a link to the cover of that comic. TALK ABOUT SERVICE! The price for any of these issues, unless otherwise posted, is $1.99 in the US and…grrrrr…a whopping $3.25 (or higher) in Canada. (Both our editors and many subscribers are Canadian, hence the well-deserved “grrr”.)

If we are unsure of the exact date of when an issue is being released, just check out “DIRECT CURRENTS” for details:
//www.dccomics.com/directcurrents/

-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #44
November 7th
All I know about this one is that Two-Face finally returns; looks like Nightwing and Robin are in it, too. Here’s the cover:
//www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/bga/bga44.jpg

FOLLOWING MONTH:
Arkham Asylum’s in full lockdown, and one of its doctors is missing. It’s up to Batman to find out which of the inmates is in charge, in “Running the Asylum”. Due out on December 26th.
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/bga/bga45.jpg

-JUSTICE LEAGUE ADVENTURES #1
November 14th
The JLA faces a deadly alien threat! When a meteor lands in an American suburb, the League is called on to investigate. Soon they are drawn into an intergalactic conflict, but it seems as if the real threat may be one of their own – Green Lantern! Our heroes’ adventures may be over as soon as they’ve begun!”
Alex Ross Paiting for #1: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/jla/jla01-color.jpg

FOLLOWING MONTH: Issue #2
December 12th
The Justice League must find a way to defeat a strange magical cult that is targeting the treasures of museums around the world. To succeed, the League needs the Martian Manhunter, but is he too torn by his feelings of alienation from his new teammates to help?
Cover: //www.toonzone.net/comics/covers/jla/jla02.jpg
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Due to demand by some of our subscribers, we’ve decided to give a “Letters to the Editor” section a shot. Feel free to submit something you’d like to say to us, and each issue we’ll choose one to post and then reply to. (NOTE: It can be completely uncensored, positive OR negative, though any coarse language will be bleeped out. We want this to be a no-holds-barred column!)

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1. Will there be ANY way to see the Unmasked episode of Batman beyond? We don’t get Kid’sWB, but we do get Cartoon Network. I have read that Unmasked won’t be shown here – so what other option do we have?

2. Has anyone made available the writer’s guide for BB? I particularly want to know why Terri turned off his stealth mode so often…

-“lvirden”

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TWO-FACE’S SIDE OF THE COIN

Well, first off, I expect that UNMASKED, whenever and wherever it airs, will come with a great deal of fanfare – though the popularity of BATMAN BEYOND may have died nearly completely by then. Anyway, I’ve heard that, even though the KidsWB won’t officially carry BEYOND any longer, they still plan to air that one episode. As to whether the CARTOON NETWORK will air it, we really don’t know. There is also the outside chance that Canadian cable channel YTV might air it, as they apparently have rights to “all BATMAN BEYOND” episodes. It looks like we’ll just have to wait and see for any new information.

As for the overuse/underuse of Terry’s stealth mode on the Batsuit – you got me. It seems that the writers never really figured out how to use that thing right. I mean, it’s a great gimmick in some scenes, but then if used too long, they realize that it makes Terry too invincible and, therefore, that episode less enjoyable. The other side of the coin here is that anyone in the right mind fighting crime like that would WANT to be invincible – so why would he turn it off? Maybe it has certain limitations, I don’t know – it would have been nice to see the writers give us a little bit more information about his invisibility abilities.

Hmmm. And there’s a riddle none of us can answer.

;-Y
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BATMAN: THE ANIMATED TRIVIA
(by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)

This is one of my favourite sections, where I get to boggle the minds of all our readers! (Mwuhahaha!) This trivia is all animated-related in some form, and can deal with ANY aspect of the show or comics based on the show. Remember, answer the questions WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE ANIMATED CONTINUITY. Now have fun – let’s see how well you do! Answers are provided below.

WHO WANTS TO BE A FILTHY-RICH MULTI-BILLIONAIRE?

Bruce Wayne’s not the only one. I’ll give you a hint, and you name the individual linked to these large sums of money.

626. According to Robin, the only man rich enough to hire Bane for his bidding.
627. He got ripped off by the Penguin for his “stash”, saying it was worth ten times Cobblepot’s offer.
628. Nearly got away with stealing untracable bonds from Wayne Enterprises.
629. Was attacked by a gaggle of women under the mistletoe.
630. Robbed the Gotham Mint for just a wee bit over $2 Million.
631. Never really tries to “destroy Gotham” in crime, but just has a penchant for pretty sparkly things.
632. She was well off, very popular – but that changed when she hit 30.
633. Acquired a phony inheritance from Boss Karlo (or whatever his name was)
634. Forgot a woman’s phone number after “registering the china”.
635. Is caught in the Janus Movie Theatre with the hopes of destroying it for money.
636. A winner on the “Lucky Day” game show.
637. He isn’t ever revealed to be wealthy, but if he runs a worldwide terrorist group called “The Society of Assassins”, he must be.
638. Is saddened by the fact that islands, even small ones, cost money.
639. Is apparently scared of the “I” word. (“In-gagement”).
640. The only man richer than Bruce Wayne in the DCU.
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AND THESE ARE OUR FINAL ANSWERS (to the trivia)

Answer to #626: Rupert Thorne
Answer to #627: Killer Croc
Answer to #628: The Ventriloquist/Scarface
Answer to #629: Bruce Wayne
Answer to #630: Two-Face
Answer to #631: Catwoman
Answer to #632: Calendar Girl
Answer to #633: The Joker
Answer to #634: Bruce Wayne (again)
Answer to #635: Firefly
Answer to #636: Lester Dent
Answer to #637: Ra’s Al Ghul
Answer to #638: The Mad Hatter
Answer to #639: Bruce Wayne (but yet again)
Answer to #640: Lex Luthor
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LITTLE FACTS AND BLOOPERS
(by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)

Here is a section that just points out various little facts and bloopers that we have noticed while watching BTAS, STAS and BEYOND countless times. If you have anything to contribute, feel free to do so! Enjoy!

CONTRIBUTED BY STAFF:
1) Did you know that Michael Rosenbaum, the actor playing Lex Luthor on the new SMALLVILLE series, will also be providing a voice for the Flash on the JLA series?

2) Luthor’s father will be played by John Glover, who has two other Bat-related connections: he played Dr. Jason Woodrue in BATMAN & ROBIN (gag), and the Riddler on BTAS.

CONTRIBUTED BY OTHERS:
Hey, it’s alright if you didn’t have anything this time. There’s only so much that we can find in these episodes. We need some new material!
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FIGURE THIS OUT!
(by Marc Rosenzweig)

???
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FEATURED BATMAN INTERNET ENDEAVOURS FOR THIS ISSUE
(feel free to submit something for our consideration)

This space for rent.
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ANIMATED BATMAN/SUPERMAN SITES:

Wow, our links section has grown so big that we’ve had to eliminate it from the newsletter! Fear not, you can still find all these links at the WORLD’S FINEST NEWSPAGE, if you follow this link…that’s hypocracy for ya!

//www.toonzone.net/worldsfinest/worldsfinestpage/linkpage.htm

NEWSGROUPS
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news:alt.comics.batman
news:alt.animation.batman
news:alt.comics.superman
news:rec.arts.sf.superman
news:alt.tv.cartoon-network
news:rec.arts.animation
news:alt.animation.warner-bros
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QUESTIONS, SUBMISSIONS, AND FAN-MAIL

If you have any questions, problems, links do not work, or anything else, then please e-mail this address with your problems and we’ll try to fix them as soon as possible. Also if you’d like to send any fan-mail then please send it to this address:

juno@dccnet.com

As for submissions, feel free to submit an article or opinion on anything pertaining to BTAS. Keep in mind that as the editors, we have the right to edit your submissions if we deem it necessary. Such instances would include problems with length, grammar, and language. If we do feel we must edit something, however, we will do our utmost to ensure that the opinion and the basic message of the submission does not change, as that is the most important part of any article, and everyone is entitled to it. And if you do submit something, please don’t just submit a basic review of an episode or a comic or something (because we have people writing for those purposes already) – write about an issue you’d like to discuss.
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BATMAN: THE ANIMATED ARCHIVES

The very kind people at TOONZONE were nice enough to give us our own little section of their huge and diverse website. The archive contains past newsletters and is semi-regularly updated with the latest one. To check it out go here:

TOONZONE’s BATMAN: THE ANIMATED NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES
//www.toonzone.net/news/btan
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LIKE WHAT YA SEE? WANNA SUBSCRIBE? HERE’S HOW!!!

For those of you who are seeing this at the WBC HOMEPAGE BTAN ARCHIVES section and want to subscribe, just follow these simple instructions:

To subscribe email juno@dccnet.com, put SUBSCRIBE in the subject line, and put the e-mail address you’d like the newsletter to be sent to in the body of the message.

For more information about the newsletter just email juno@dccnet.com
Thank you for your time, and thanks for reading! Tell your friends!

-Tim TWO-FACE Leighton and Dick Grayson, editors
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TO ALL GOOD THINGS…
…there must be an end. We would like to thank the endless amount of contributors for contributing their editorials, columns, news, reviews and other articles. We hope you’ve all enjoyed it as much as we’ve enjoyed making it! Thank you for reading! See ya next time!

CREDITS FOR BATMAN: THE ANIMATED NEWSLETTER

EDITOR AT COLLEGE, & WORKING, TOO!: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
CO-EDITOR AT COLLEGE, ALSO WORKIN’: “Dick Grayson”
AIR DATE SCHEDULES: Toonzone, Kids’WB!, and YTV
EPISODE REVIEWS: Zanna/Justin Chen, and occasionally Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
EDITORIAL: Help Wanted!!!
COMIC REVIEWS: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton, Dick Grayson
‘RETURN OF THE JOKER’ GIVEAWAY: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
FIGURE THIS OUT: Marc Rosenzweig
“BTAN ARCHIVES” MODERATOR: Eileen Delgadillo
TRIVIA: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
PROMOTIONS, JUST GETTIN’ THE WORD OUT: Dick Grayson, Eileen Delgadillo, Brian Cruz, Brian Davis
THOSE WHO FILL IN FOR OTHERS WHEN THEY FOUL UP:-Y Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
DELIVERY: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
E-MAIL RECEPTION HANDLING: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
THE CREATION OF THIS NEWSLETTER INSPIRED BY: Alan J. Porter
BATMAN CREATED BY: Bob Kane & Bill Finger (who else?)

Batman and all related indicia are trademarks of DC Comics, Copyright c 2001.
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