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Batman, College, and Fall: Bluer Dis MASK OF THE PHANTASM RECEIVING A HD REMASTER ON BLU-RAY! BATMAN Evening Gothamites! Today Warner Bros. Archive announced that the 1993 animated film "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" will be remastered in 1080p HD on Blu-ray! Directed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski with screenplay by Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Michael Reaves and Martin Pasko, the movie was placed within the DC Animated Universe of the current television show, "Batman: The Animated Series". With Burnett wanting to bring in a major love interest for Bruce Wayne in continuity, we are introduced to Andrea Beaumont, the daughter of wealthy businessman Carl Beaumont and his deceased wife, Victoria. In a series of flashbacks, we witness Andrea's college days at Gotham University, where she meets Bruce Wayne and they fall in love. The two had planned to marry, but Andrea returned the ring Bruce had given her and went away with her father, resulting in Bruce transforming into Batman. After a series of events which led to the death of her father by the mafia, Andrea adopted the disguise of the Phantasm, seeking revenge on her father's killers. In the end, as Batman tries to stop this spree, he and Andrea discover their secret identities, which is a hard revelation for Bruce, them both disappearing into the night and their love not fulfilled. According to ComicBookResources.com, Mask of the Phantasm was originally released in standard definition on LaserDisc and VHS in 1994. This remaster will have a resolution of 1080p with optional ratio for viewers. "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" on Blu-ray has no release date as of now but it is said to have a release "next month" according to WB. Will you be picking up this piece of Batman's animated history? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸŽ¬πŸ™πŸΌ

Evening Gothamites! Today Warner Bros. Archive announced that the 1993 animated film "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" will be remastered in 10...

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Batman, Family, and Memes: Batma and Harley Quinn Animated Film Cast @History of theBatman Kevin Conroy Melissa Rauch er as aS Harley Quinn Batman Nightwing Afternoon Gothamites! This summer, DC Comics is releasing a new animated feature 'Batman and Harley Quinn' (top panel presented) which will be executively produced by 'Batman: The Animated Series' Bruce Timm! The film sees the reprisal of both Batman and Robin-Nightwing voice actors Kevin Conroy and Loren Lester and a new voice for Harley Quinn: Melissa Rauch @TheMelissaRauch, best known as Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowsi-Wolowitz on The Big Bang Theory. When discussing where her influences came for her Harley voice, Rauch comments "I knew Harley had a higher pitched tone, and a bit of a New York accent β€” and I come from a New Jersey family where everyone could be former gun molls. So I wanted to give a nod to my background without being as shrill. In all honesty, I used to speak exactly like that β€” my acting school professors really worked the accent out of me. So it was fun to find those tones and accent again." A sneak preview of 'Batman and Harley Quinn will be released with 'Teen Titans: The Judas Contract' and the film will be out this summer on Blu-ray and DVD. What are your thoughts on the announced voice actors? Are you excited for Batman and Nightwing to return together again to the animated screen? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! [Article Source: http:-bit.ly-2nU3OWK] βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸ“½

Afternoon Gothamites! This summer, DC Comics is releasing a new animated feature 'Batman and Harley Quinn' (top panel presented) which will ...

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Memes, Moors, and πŸ€–: Protection in the night Prepped for her pleasure Good Knight Gothamites! Tomorrow we will continue "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" with our last 3 stories! Earlier in our session (2 posts back) we discussed Kyle Higgins' 2014 story "Older Wounds" that shed light on the romantic affair between Bruce Wayne and Barbara Gordon. In 2016's DC Animated Film "Batman: The Killing Joke" as a prelude to the telling of Alan Moore's graphic novel, we see Bruce and Barbara in what is now deemed a "controversial" sex scene. While I make light of this scene with an account edit using art from @BossLogic's (Bosslogicinc.com) hilarious condom series "Safety First", executive producer Bruce Timm discussed in an interview the thought process him, screenplay writer Brian Azzarello and producer Alan Burnett had while wanting to explore this dynamic: "It was really important to us to show that both of the characters make some pretty big mistakes...so it's very human; it's a very understandable story." What are your thoughts on Batman and Batgirl's relationship in this animated film and did this portion of Barbara's prequel story help or hinder your experience watching this highly anticipated adaptation? As always, thanks for following on and off of Instagram, your support is always appreciated! Have a great night and we will have more History of the Batman tomorrow. Remember Gothamites, it's all about Peace, Love and Batman! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ¦‡

Good Knight Gothamites! Tomorrow we will continue "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" with our last 3 stories! Earlier ...

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Memes, Craig, and Gotham: THINGS REALLY WERE PERFECT." HISTORY OFT HEBATMAN I'M ILL HAVE TO CONGRATULATE SEVEN WEEKS DICK. PREGNANT HE'S ONLY BEEN BACK FOR THREE SHE'S PREGNANT "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" - 2014: Older Wounds: In the mainstream continuity of Batman comics since Batgirl's debut in Detective Comics 359, the dynamic between Bruce Wayne and Commissioner Gordon's daughter has been platonic. However, in other alternate timelines, such as the animated Batman Beyond television universe created by Bruce Timm and even the extended comic book universe of this future Gotham, it is shown that Bruce and Barbara have had a romantic companionship. In the Batman Beyond comic universe, both Bruce and Barbara's dynamic and the falling out between Dick Grayson and Batman are explored in @KyledHiggins and Alec Siegel's Batman Beyond 2.0 issue 28, illustrated by Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur and Craig Rousseau. As part of the Mark of the Phantasm arc, Terry McGinnis is told about the time when Dick Grayson returns from Bludhaven to Gotham City and the romantic flame between him and Babs reignites. Come to Barbara's surprise, however, she is 7 weeks pregnant but it can't be Grayson's child; he has only been back to Gotham for 3 weeks. Barbara visits Bruce in the Batcave who asks why she hasn't been around for a while. Barbara tells Bruce she's pregnant with his child with his reaction being he wants to stay out of breaking the news to Dick. This quickly changes when Bruce talks to Dick anyway, confesses that while he was gone from Gotham he had an affair with Barbara and now she's pregnant. Enraged and hurt, as Dick gets into a fist fight with Bruce, Barbara is in an alley trying to stop a mugging when she gets hit in the stomach and falls to the ground, ending in her losing the baby by miscarriage. In an interview with DC Comics after this story originally was released, Higgins stated "From Barbara’s standpoint, it’s like trying to date your ex-boyfriend’s brother. Or, from Bruce’s standpoint, your brother’s ex-girlfriend. It’s not exactly a healthy move. Of course, that’s what makes it so interesting." βœŒπŸΌπŸ’œπŸ’›πŸ“–πŸŽ¨πŸŽ‰
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Memes, Playboy, and Poison Ivy: AMAN "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" - 2005: Batgirl Begins: In September 2004, a new Batman centric animated show aired on Kids' WB called 'The Batman', created by Michael Goguen and Duane Capizzi. 'The Batman' follows Bruce Wayne in his apparent 3rd year of being Batman in Gotham City, juggling between fighting colorful villains such as The Joker and Penguin and being a playboy billionaire in his early 20s. Not set within the first DC Animated Universe created by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett and others, 'The Batman' featured character designs by Japanese-American concept artist Jeff Matsuda. While keeping the same values the Caped Crusader, his allies and infamous rogues gallery sustained over several decades, Matsuda gave a sleek re-design that still presented a mysterious crime drama for a younger audience to appreciate. The original Batgirl returned to the small animated screen in this series, debuting in the two part episode "Batgirl Begins", originally debuting in September 2005. When Barbara Gordon's (voiced by Danielle Judovits) father, Commissioner Gordon, is tied up in the thorny clutches of environmentalist Pamela Isley aka Poison Ivy, Barbara transforms into the new young vigilante Batgirl in order to save her father and stop her friend. While Batman is reluctant to seek help from this new crime fighter and does his best for Batgirl to not deduce that Bruce Wayne and Batman are one in the same, throughout the series Batgirl cements her place within the Batman Family. βœŒπŸΌπŸ’œπŸ’›πŸ“–πŸŽ¨πŸŽ‰

"50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" - 2005: Batgirl Begins: In September 2004, a new Batman centric animated show aired...

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