History WesternAnimation / BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold

29th Oct '16 4:10:19 PM SteveMB
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* DancePartyEnding: The final scene of the show is a [[AnimatedActors wrap party]] as the Batcave "set" is hauled away.
19th Oct '16 7:27:32 AM dlchen145
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** Forget them! It's all about the Dark Knight Armour (complete with Evil Bat-Blade). {{Badass}}.

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** Forget them! It's all about the Dark Knight Armour (complete with Evil Bat-Blade). {{Badass}}.Badass.
8th Oct '16 11:49:20 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassNormal: ''Not'' Batman for once; he's badass, but a lot more reliant on his [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys gadgets]]. No, in this show, it's Wildcat.

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* BadassNormal: ''Not'' Batman for once; he's badass, but a lot BadassNormal:
** In the ''Batman'' tradition, the main character is this, even if this incarnation relies
more reliant on gadgets and superpowered allies.
** Wildcat holds up against supervillains well into
his [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys gadgets]]. No, in this show, it's Wildcat.old age just using his boxing skills.
6th Oct '16 3:06:43 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Nearly all of the women who appear in the show (especially Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Catwoman, Black Canary, Huntress, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and her flower children, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are a hero or a villain.

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* MsFanservice: Nearly all of the women who appear in the show (especially (particularly Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Catwoman, Black Canary, Huntress, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and her flower children, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are a hero or a villain.
6th Oct '16 3:01:17 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: All of the women (it doesn't matter whether they are a hero or a villain) who appear in the show qualify. However, a primary example of this trope is definitely The Birds of Prey episode.

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* MsFanservice: All Nearly all of the women (it doesn't matter who appear in the show (especially Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Catwoman, Black Canary, Huntress, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and her flower children, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are a hero or a villain) who appear in the show qualify. villain.
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However, a primary example of this trope is definitely The Birds of Prey episode.
3rd Oct '16 9:45:54 PM DustSnitch
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold'' is a light and humorous interpretation of the Dark Knight. In "Chill of the Night", however, Batman goes after his parents' killer, and the tone is much more serious than usual.
29th Sep '16 11:49:29 PM caffeinedelusions
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Taking its [[ComicBook/TheBraveAndTheBold name]] from DC's traditional TeamUpSeries, ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold'' has Batman partnering with a different superhero or superheroes every week. [[LimelightSeries With a focus on]] rarely used (but classic) characters such as ComicBook/RedTornado, Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man and Detective Chimp, the show deliberately picks a lot of its plotlines from old [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories, ''many'' of which have already been widely mocked by the fandom for years. Very much aware of this, ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold'' actually succeeds in making these old SoBadItsGood stories SugarWiki/SoCoolItsAwesome, and almost every episode has an AscendedMeme or two. The show's creators aim to spotlight every possible underrated aspect of the DC universe. In order to introduce and showcase as many heroes and villains as possible, TheTeaser is often a standalone mini-adventure in itself, giving every character a chance to shine -- and if the audience likes them, they'll be used again in the main plotline.

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Taking its [[ComicBook/TheBraveAndTheBold name]] from DC's traditional TeamUpSeries, ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold'' has Batman partnering with a different superhero or superheroes every week. [[LimelightSeries With a focus on]] rarely used (but classic) characters such as ComicBook/RedTornado, Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man and Detective Chimp, the show deliberately picks a lot of its plotlines from old [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] stories, ''many'' of which have already been widely mocked by the fandom for years. Very much aware of this, ''Batman: The Brave and the Bold'' actually succeeds in making these old SoBadItsGood stories SugarWiki/SoCoolItsAwesome, and almost every episode has an AscendedMeme or two. The show's creators aim to spotlight every possible underrated aspect of the DC universe. In order to introduce and showcase as many heroes and villains as possible, TheTeaser is often a standalone mini-adventure in itself, giving every character a chance to shine -- and if the audience likes them, they'll be used again in the main plotline.
9th Sep '16 11:34:00 AM narm00
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Considering there are several, more serious Batman cartoons still in recent memory, this series can be considered fairly polarizing. Many fans feel that it's a wonderful, tongue-in-cheek throwback to UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks and animated adaptations thereof as well as a way to showcase otherwise less marketable characters. Others think think it's a step backwards from the writing, voice acting, and animation style of the {{Franchise/DCAU}} shows, and feel that it's dumbing things down a little. In either case, the massive number of obscure cameos and canon throwback jokes make the whole series into a big, campy collection of ContinuityPorn.

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Considering there are several, more serious Batman cartoons still in recent memory, this series can be considered fairly polarizing. Many fans feel that it's a wonderful, tongue-in-cheek throwback to UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks and animated adaptations thereof as well as a way to showcase otherwise less marketable characters. Others think think it's a step backwards from the writing, voice acting, and animation style of the {{Franchise/DCAU}} shows, and feel that it's dumbing things down a little. In either case, the massive number of obscure cameos and canon throwback jokes make the whole series into a big, campy collection of ContinuityPorn.



** Ted [=McGinley=] appears in the final episode once Bat-Mite mentions that a sure fire way to run a show off the air is to bring in [=McGinley=]

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** Ted [=McGinley=] appears in the final episode once Bat-Mite mentions that a sure fire way to run a show off the air is to bring in [=McGinley=][=McGinley=].
27th Aug '16 12:16:14 PM Dutchtica
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* AwardBaitSong: Parodied in the musical episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister", with the number "If Only", which plays exactly like a 90s love pop ballad you would have heard at the end of a movie but contains lyrics like "A brave man, like no man, Be my man, Batman... If only he could love me, he could love me, If only he could love me, like he loves fighting villains."

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* AwardBaitSong: Parodied in the musical episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister", with the number "If Only", which plays exactly like a 90s love pop ballad you would have heard at the end of a movie but contains lyrics like "A brave man, like no man, Be my man, Batman... If only he could love me, he could love me, If only he could love me, like he loves fighting villains.villainy."
10th Aug '16 3:06:16 PM BloodRedMoon
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*** And again in "Powerless" with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE8C1WWixgc Aquaman no less!]]
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