Batman: The Animated Newsletter
Weeks of May 1 – May 6/7, 2000
Rated: PG for some “low-key coarse language and occasional griping”
THIS ISSUE’S SUBLIMINAL MESSAGE: “YES, BATMAN WILL BE BACK ON THE CARTOON NETWORK.”
New episodes are on the horizon! Here’s what we can expect in the near future…
‘SENTRIES OF THE LAST COSMOS’
Batman Beyond #37
Air date: May 6, 2000
Batman Beyond #36
Air date: May 20, 2000
Synopsis: A new vigilante, who calls himself Payback, begins taking revenge on the tormentors of troubled teenagers.
WB ANIMATION SCHEDULES:
(courtesy of Brian Cruz and/or the official BTAS/STAS site)
THE NEW BATMAN/SUPERMAN ADVENTURES air Mondays thru Saturday; BATMAN BEYOND also airs on these days. Check local listings each day for what show is on at what time.
If our schedule is not updated, then go to the following URL. It will ALWAYS contain the most up-to-date schedule possible.
Mon 05-01-00: Superman #03 The Last Son of Krypton (Pt. 3)
Superman #51 Superman’s Pal
Tue 05-02-00: Superman #16 Action Figures
Batman #92 Joker’s Millions
Wed 05-03-00: Batman #89 Double Talk
Superman #09 Stolen Memories
Thu 05-04-00: Superman #29 The Hand of Fate
Batman #109 Judgement Day
Fri 05-05-00: Batman #71 The Terrible Trio
Superman #53 Unity
Sat 05-06-00: B-BEYOND #37 Sentries of the Lost Cosmos
B-BEYOND #05 The Winning Edge
All episodes #86 and onward of BATMAN are considered THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES while the original 85 are considered BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES (BTAS) episodes.
CANADIAN EPISODE SCHEDULE
(BATMAN, SUPERMAN, and BEYOND on YTV)
(courtesy of our friends at YTV)
-To find the episode guide and airing schedule of BATMAN and BATMAN BEYOND on YTV then please go to //www.ytv.com and click on the YTV GUIDE icon at the bottom of the screen. To check out the schedule then click on BATMAN or BATMAN BEYOND in the time grid and it will have the schedule for the current week.
BTAS will air at Noon on weekdays (in all time zones), and BATMAN BEYOND will air at 2:30pm on Saturday and Sunday. YTV has the rights to show all 109 BTAS episodes. They also have the rights to air the first 26 episodes of BATMAN BEYOND (all of season 1 and the first half of season 2).
YTV will be making some schedule alterations very soon. Thanx to WF’s official newsman Mr. Eye, we were able to get a hold of some of them! And here they are…
Mon 05-01-00: BTAS #61 Shadow of the Bat (Pt. 2)
Tue 05-02-00: BTAS #52 Mudslide
Wed 05-03-00: BTAS #65 The Worry Men
Thu 05-04-00: BTAS #53 Paging the Crime Doctor
Fri 05-05-00: BTAS #66 Sideshow
Sat 05-06-00: BEYOND #25 Babel
Sun 05-07-00: BEYOND #26 Terry’s Friend Dates a Robot
R.I.P. CARTOON NETWORK WB ANIMATION SCHEDULE?
As of March 27, 2000, Batman: The Animated Series was taken off of the Cartoon Network. Now, coupled with the absence of Batman/Superman on KidsWB next season, it would appear to be virtually impossible to view these episodes.
However, the Cartoon Network has announced that Batman will return in June, possibly in a new format (ie: as The New Batman/Superman Adventures). We’ll provide more informaiton as it becomes available.
EPISODE REVIEW: (SPOILERS!)
(by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)
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/bats.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. Enjoy!
Story by Stan Berkowitz & James Tucker
Teleplay by Stan Berkowitz
Directed by Butch Lukic
Animation by Dong Yang, Koko
Original Air Date: April 22, 2000
Rating: *** (out of 5)
DESCRIPTION: Batman takes on a group of thieves who have been given artificial body enhancements by a famous doctor.
HIGHS: Attempts to mix several plotlines, Max is kept to a minimum, return to the darker colors.
LOWS: Out-of-place music, hokey looking villains, just plain weird.
OVERALL: This ep is…just…different.
A group of punk kids are given cybernetic enhancements by a known Gotham prosthetics doctor, and use them to commit crimes. The Doc isn’t a willing partner in all this, it turns out that the thieves have kidnapped his wife April and demanded that they be given these upgrades in exchange for her release. When Terry finds out about this, he must defeat the criminals and rescue her.
This episode tried to do a lot of things – it mixed in action, a romantic aspect, unwilling partnerships, and even a betrayal at the end. Some of them were executed better than others, like the partnership and betrayal parts. The doctor’s anger at cooperating with these criminals is very evident, as shown when he breaks down in front of Batman, or when he says “It’s a chance to do some good…for a change”, when leaving the punks.
Max is given a role in this episode, but it’s kept to no more than 30 seconds. Now that’s what she should be there to do, give Terry a quick idea if he needs it, not tagging around with him all the time. Bruce is also present, but his lines are also brief; no more walking Terry through his fights. The colours are also darker in most scenes than in the last few episodes…yes!!
But the above aspects haven’t really been the big thing about this episode. The whole feel of “April Moon” wasn’t the same as the rest of the eps. From the start, there was always a swinging jazz beat in the background, rather than the usual hard techno/rock tunes. For me, it was simply out of place.
And then, the villains just looked kind of hokey, especially one guy who had chainsaws in his knees…it seemed like they were always causing him to get stuck somewhere, although it was funny to see his limbs fall off at the end.
The impact of the romance and other supposedly emotional scenes never really hit me that hard though, it just didn’t feel right…maybe it was the music. It kind of felt like a cheesy film-noir deal, which isn’t what I’m looking for in BB. And they had little swirling blurs when the Doc went into a flashback…since when did we see THAT on this show?
In the end, I’m still not sure what to say on this episode. I’d still hold it above any of those teen-angst eps any day. It’s different to be sure, but too much deviation can alter the concept originally set. If I was looking for lightheartedness I’d watch Superman (the early ones anyway), know what I’m saying? I have a feeling this was just a “experimental” sort of deal, now I’d like to return to watching some darker material.
-Justin Chen aka The Overseer
(by Kelly Tindall)
AND THAT’S THE FACTS
(by “Reliable Source”)
(Yes, I understand that the title is grammatically incorrect. So sue us. Actually, nix that. Don’t sue us.)
(DISCLAIMER: For those of you who are not yet familiar, Reliable Source is an anonymous character who first surfaced on Batman: The Animated Message Boards, spewing forth ridiculous predictions about the future of Batman Beyond under the guise of spoiler warnings. His controversial posts created quite a buzz, and have landed him a temporary column with thisnewsletter. The thoughts and ideas expressed by this shady character are in no way officially connected to Kids WB, Batman Beyond, this newsletter, or anything that is decent or holy. That said, on with the show.)
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! *EVIL LAUGH* 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.
“Aimless ramblings from the editor’s brain…”
306. On BTAS, which of the following characteristics apply to Bat-Mite?
A: He’s a toy
B: He’s homosexual
C: He can fly
D: He doesn’t exist in BTAS continuity
E: He is a clone of Bruce Wayne, but one eighth his size
307. In which episode does the Joker become a part of what he refers to as a “sidewalk sale”?
A: THE LAST LAUGH
B: MAKE ‘EM LAUGH
C: JOKER’S FAVOR
D: BE A CLOWN
E: THE LAUGHING FISH
308. What is the name of the episode in which Carl Rossum appears, but HARDAC is never mentioned?
309. During his time behind bars, the Penguin has shared his cell with the following:
D: Mr. Freeze
E: No one
310. On BTAS, only one Clayface exists; however, in the mainstream comics continuity, there have been six Clayfaces. Which of these Clayfaces (numbered 1 thru 6) is Matt Hagen?
AND THESE ARE OUR FINAL ANSWERS (to the trivia)
Answer to #306: A, C
Answer to #307: A
Answer to #308: DEEP FREEZE
Answer to #309: C
Answer to #310: B
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 and STAS countless times. If you have anything to contribute, feel free to do so! Enjoy!
CONTRIBUTED BY STAFF:
CONTRIBUTED BY OTHERS:
Nuffin’, I say. Nuffin’!
‘UNDER THE KNIFE’ – BATMAN BEYOND UK CUT REPORTS
-by Brian Davis
Batman Beyond is called Batman of the Future in the UK. It is shown on CITV Sundays at 9.25am and they make a lot of cuts !!!! Brian Davis uncovers these cuts and lets the public know how good BB episode are being butchered in the UK.
This week: “SPLICERS”
I have Splicers from an american video which I bought so I can report cuts now. From now on I’ll be reporting cuts the following Friday when BB airs in Ireland. OK….
A good few small cuts this week :
1- Why was Cuviers claw all covered in blood when he hardly touched Batman? Well, that’s because if it was left uncut we’d see Cuvier say to Batman ‘Young’s dead meat and so are you’, he then claws Batman a few times as Batman tries to dodge him and finally flys off out through the window.
2- Why did Barbara say ‘You’re killing him’ when they were fighting in her house? That’s cause Batman hits the mutant a lot of times and we hear a lot of crunches. That was cut.
3- In the cave when Batman turns to a bat there is a lot more fighting. He lifts Ace and throws the poor doggy through the glass of the Robin costume into it. We also see The Riddlers costume in the background and there is more of Batman trying to kill Bruce who then takes the antidote gun and shoots Batman with it where he falls to the floor knocked out. All we see is Batman grab Bruce and he then myteriously falls to the floor.
4- We see more of the claw left by Cuvier in Terry’s side when Bruce notices it.
5- Not sure if this was cut or not but Snake digs his teeth right into Batmans shoulder in the final mutant fight scene.
6- More violence in the Cuvier as a Chimera scene.
7- The Chimera getting electrocuted bit was slowed down due to fast light effects.
That’s it for next week. I advise everyone to get an aerial that picks up irish TV and watch on Fridays.
These are only the cuts I have cared to notice, who knows what other episodes and scenes have been butchered. Each Batman is supposed to last just under 20 minutes. With CITV we are getting between 15 and 17 minute episodes !!
Next week is Earth Mover and I hear there are corpses at the end of it. Think we’ll see em ??
-Brian Davis (email@example.com)
MERCHANDISING: WHERE THE REAL BAT-CASH IS MADE
(by anyone who cares to contribute)
Come on, contribute! Someone! Please? 🙂
(BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)
(BATMAN BEYOND by Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton)
(SUPERMAN ADVENTURES by Dick Grayson)
ISSUES: “Vendetta” (#8)
WRITTEN BY: Hilary J. Bader & Rich Fogel
PENCILLED BY: Craig Rousseau
INKED BY: Rob Leigh
ISSUED: April 26, 2000 (cover date, June 2000)
RATING (out of 5): **1/2
If there’s one thing that Issue #8 succeeded in, it is this: Blight may never return in the series (sigh), but his legacy will live on forever. Unfortunately, I feel that this issue does not do any of the characters justice. I was hoping that this issue would start to tie up the loose ends Derek Powers’ death created; I was wrong.
Paxton is hardly as ruthless and snake-like as he was in “ASCENSION”. There’s nothing wrong with Bruce and Terry, per se, but they hardly grab my interest here. Miss Winston gets more dialogue than she EVER has in history up to this point; her character development is interesting, but needs a lot more explaining to do. I guess I’ll accept the fact that she “caught” Powers’ disease from working with him so closely so often, and I’ll accept the fact that she had feelings for him all these years; I suppose it makes sense that she wants to keep Paxton from inadvertantly destroying Wayne-Powers in order to retain Derek’s legacy.
What I don’t like is how she uses her powers and then manages to retain them; this is never explained. Whenever she’s fighting someone, her body is HUGE – just look at the first few pages of the book – but when she’s in the board room, she’s petite and demure – a physical female Bruce Timm typecast. We never see HOW she can change – we are never even told that she can to transform from one to the other – we just have to take her word for it. It SEEMS that it has to do with her glasses, though – it’s a freaky radiation-induced Clark Kent/Superman thing or something…
The art is still great as always. I never have any complaints there. Rousseau and Leigh are terrific. It’s just the story – as always – which I scrutinize the most and, unfortunately, as great the potential was, the story just never develops into something terribly memorable.
COMIC SCHEDULES & COVERING THE BASICS
This section gives a little bit more in-depth look into each monthly issue of BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES, BATMAN BEYOND, and SUPERMAN ADVENTURES. 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 in Canada. (Both our editors and many subscribers are Canadian, hence the “grrr”.)
If we are unsure of the exact date of when an issue is being released, just check out “DIRECT CURRENTS” at //www.dccomics.com for details.
BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #26
Synopsis: Everyone from the CIA and the FBI to the local Gotham mobs (Russian, Italian, Jamaican, Chinese) are in search of Kristov…and they’re willing to kill to get it. Batman doesn’t know what Kristov is, but he’s not going to let anyone kill – or die – for it.
Synopsis: A popular college professor of law who teaches a class on organized crime is in jail for the murder of a known mob boss. Has the professor stepped over the line and become judge, jury and executioner? Or is he being framed by a new player on the mob scene in Gotham?
BATMAN BEYOND #9
Synopsis: Batman VS. Curare. Oh, and Bruce Wayne, too.
FOLLOWING MONTH: .
Synopsis: A new, improved Golem returns to Gotham.
SUPERMAN ADVENTURES #44
Synopsis: The Commander, the manipulative malefactor with the power to force anyone to obey his orders, returns! And his only desire is to have all of Metropolis kill one man: Superman! How can the Man of Steel fight an entire city that has turned against him?
NEWS AND RUMORS
-CARTOON NETWORK has announced that Batman will return to the popular cable channel in June, in a possible new format (ie: as The New Batman/Superman Adventures). More informaiton as it becomes available.
-According to the tvgist.com schedule at cartoonnetwork.com, BATMAN will be returned to the CARTOON NETWORK last night (Tuesday) at 6pm (ET). It still may become a part of Toonami in June.
-Another interview with Greg Rucka can be found at this address:
-Wanna see what Paul Dini is up to now that his work at WB is on hiatus? Check here:
-Terry Beatty has been and will be selling Gotham Adventures and Batman Beyond original art on eBay. His Seller ID is: firstname.lastname@example.org Do yourself a favor and check out some great art!
-Craig Rousseau has been and will be selling Gotham Adventures and Batman Beyond original art on eBay. His Seller ID is: email@example.com Feel free to check it out! You don’t wanna miss
ANIMATED SERIES (BTAS, STAS, BEYOND)
-Three new episodes of BATMAN BEYOND will air over the summer months (May-August).
-Kids’ WB! Animated series The New Batman/Superman Adventures and Batman Beyond earned a total of 9 Daytime Emmy Award nominations on Wednesday, including special nominations in special categories. The New Batman/Superman Adventures was nominated in the Outstanding Children’s Animated Program category (to be broadcast as part of the televised Emmy Awards ceremony on May 19th ), while Batman Beyond was nominated for Outstanding Special Class Animated Program.
Both shows were nominated – included Batman/Superman twice – for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition, as well as for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing Special Class. Batman Beyond was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Special Class. The Emmy winners will be announced on May 13.
-The first six issues of BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES will be collected in tradepaperback form, being released on May 17. These six issues feature great stories by Ty Templeton and great art by Rick Burchett and Terry Beatty; characters in the spotlight are Batman, Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, Joker, Two-Face, Scarecrow, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze, the Riddler, Clayface, Deadman, and more. It will cost $9.95, and the cover will be the same as the cover of GOTHAM ADVENTURES #1.
-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #27 is as follows: A popular college professor of law who teaches a class on organized crime is in jail for the murder of a known mob boss. Has the professor stepped over the line and become judge, jury and executioner? Or is he being framed by a new player on the mob scene in Gotham? It comes out on June 7.
-BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES #28 features the return of the Riddler.
-BATMAN BEYOND #10: A new, improved Golem returns on June 28.
-Frank Miller is currently in the planning stages of his DARK KNIGHT RETURNS sequel, tentatively titled THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN.
-DARK VICTORY #9 features the first team-up of Batman and Robin. Check out the cover:
-DARK VICTORY #10: Mr. Freeze enters the mix as the Batman/Gordon/Two-Face/Mob war escalates.
-Devin Grayson will be revealing the narrator of the GOTHAM KNIGHTS series in a five issue story beginning in issue #8, this August.
-Dale Eaglesham and Paul Ryan will be dropping their pencilling duties at GOTHAM KNGIHTS and move onto other projects once Roger Robinson (of AZRAEL fame) comes in with issue #8.
-A SPECIAL EDITION of the 1989 BATMAN film is in the making. It will feature two previously deleted scenes (the Joker at a radio station???), as well as the two preview trailers and commentaries by Tim Burton and Michael Keaton. This is due out in October.
-Richard Donner is working on a new restored and longer cut of SUPERMAN that will hit theaters in late fall and then be released as a special edition DVD with a lot of supplements. This two-disc DVD includes an audio commentary by Richard Donner, a separate music-only track featuring the wonderfully beautiful score by John Williams plus his own commentary on the film. There will be special features on the casting of Superman, screen tests, a documentary on the making
of the film, theatrical trailer, TV spots, deleted scenes, audio outtakes, as well as an extensive cast and crew bio/filmography.
-Superman II will also have a DVD, including a theatrical trailer, screen tests, and deleted scenes.
-Superman III & IV will also have DVD’s, but will be fairly generic.
LIVE ACTION TELEVISION
-For more info about the ONSTAR commercials, go to:
-Check out //www.fandom.com/batman for downloadable versions of the ONSTAR commercials if
the official ONSTAR site is not being cooperative with your PC. The commercials can also be found at //www.adcritic.com – just search for “Batman”.
-It appears a fourth ONSTAR commercial will now be made. The release date is currently unknown.
TOYS, BOOKS, AND OTHER MERCHANDISE
-Alfred FINALLY has a figure of his own! He’ll be included in a four-pack including Batman, Robin, and Clayface. Thanks to Bobby Simic for pointing that out! Go here for the pics:
-A new 12″ Batgirl figure in the comic book style has now been released at WB stores. Here’s a picture: (Thanks to Andie Nappi for giving us this information!)
For more BATMAN, SUPERMAN, AND BEYOND news throughout the week, check out the WORLD’S FINEST NEWS PAGE at:
FEATURED BAT-SITE FOR THIS ISSUE
(feel free to submit your own for our consideration)
None whatsoever for this issue. Why am I not surprised? Sigh… ;-Y
ANIMATED BATMAN/SUPERMAN SITES:
* – indicates a shameless plug for a site a certain double-faced editor created with his bare hands – in other words, a cheap advertising technique.
THE NEW BATMAN/SUPERMAN ADVENTURES
BATMAN:THE ANIMATED SERIES
BATMAN BEYOND VIDEO SITE
YTV’S BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES PAGE
YTV’s BATMAN BEYOND Page
SUB-ZERO: THE DEFINTIVE GUIDE
KTLA KIDS WB SCHEDULES
RAVING TOY MANIAC
*TWO-FACE’S TOWER OF TRANQUILITY AND TERROR
BATMAN, SUPERMAN, & BEYOND: THE WORLD’S FINEST DISCUSSION CENTER
THE DISCUSSION CENTER (same as above)
BRIAN CRUZ’ WB CARTOON PAGE
BATMAN UK (BRIAN’S BATMAN PAGE)
RA’S AL GHUL’S THE LAZARUS PIT
THE DARK KNIGHT
BATMAN BEYOND: WELCOME TO THE FUTURE
TIM WAN’S BATMAN BEYOND
BRUCE TIMM ARCHIVE SITE
HARLEY’S HAVEN OF HEDONISM
GOTHAM CITY LIMITS
BATMAN: DEFENDER OF GOTHAM
THE RIDDLER – EDWARD NYGMA’S PUZZLE WEBSITE
THE BATMAN ACTION FIGURE PAGE
CHARACTERS ON THE ADVENTURES OF BATMAN & ROBIN
JLA: THE ANIMATED SERIES
A TRIBUTE TO BATMAN
ANIMATED STYLE ARTWORK ARCHIVE
BATMAN CEL SITE
ROGUE AVENUE, GOTHAM
THE BATMAN BEYOND INFO PAGE
QUESTIONS, SUBMISSIONS, AND FAN-MAIL
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BATMAN: THE ANIMATED ARCHIVES
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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, jokes, 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, NOT IN A DORM: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
EDITOR AT COLLEGE, BUT IN A DORM: “Dick Grayson”
AIR DATE SCHEDULES: Brian Cruz, RiddlerWB (at the official BTAS/STAS site), and YTV.com
EPISODE REVIEWS: Zanna/Justin Chen, and occasionally Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
EDITORIAL: Kelly Tindall
AND THAT’S THE FACTS: “Reliable Source”
COMIC REVIEWS: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton, Dick Grayson
UNDER THE KNIFE: Brian Davis
MERCHANDISE REVIEW: Various
“BTAN ARCHIVES” MODERATOR: Eileen Delgadillo
TRIVIA: Tim “TWO-FACE” Leighton
PROMOTIONS AND JUST GETTIN’ THE WORD AROUND: Dick Grayson, Eileen Delgadillo, Brian Cruz, Brian
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
BATMAN CREATED BY: Bob Kane & Bill Finger (who else?)
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