History YMMV / BewareTheBatman

20th Feb '18 2:06:31 PM Domino5555
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** There are those who refuse the show outright simply because it's CGI. Others do not care.

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** There The show's animation has been hit with this hard. While the show's storytelling and characters have been mostly well-received and the music and voice acting are those almost unanimously praised, the CGI animation and overall visual style has drawn both praise and criticism, with some of the latter coming even from fans of the show. Those who refuse like it praise it for its fluid movement, impressive fight scene choreography, unique character designs and dynamic use of lighting. The detractors criticize the show outright simply CGI as cheap-looking compared to other shows such as ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', and even the similarly-styled ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries''. They also feel Gotham is too empty, and others still dislike the character designs in general. Another vocal section just hates it because [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks it's CGI. Others do not care.CGI]].
11th Feb '18 6:30:59 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: In "Hunted", Pyg and Toad often state the importance of nature, but some people note that it seems almost like a secondary goal that they're using as an excuse to go out and murder some millionaires.

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In "Hunted", Pyg and Toad often state the importance of nature, but some people note that it seems almost like a secondary goal that they're using as an excuse to go out and murder some millionaires.millionaires.
** Following the revelation in "Monsters", did Sapphire [[spoiler:undergo SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome and had TookALevelInJerkass in between her appearances in "Toxic" and "Monsters" or was she a BitchInSheepsClothing all along, which could could also put her love for Rex in question if it was sincere or not]].
8th Jan '18 9:01:01 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: ComicBook/{{Anarky}} is Batman's ArchEnemy, the most recurring villain in the series, and [[AdaptationalVillainy a far cry]] from his comic version. An utter madman who views himself and Batman as two kings on a chess board, one representing order and peace, the other [[AnarchyIsChaos chaos and destruction]], Anarky commits all of his crimes out of [[AttentionWhore a pathological love for attention]] and [[CardCarryingVillain a sheer enjoyment]] for being [[ForTheEvulz evil]]. In his first appearance, Anarky grants two petty crooks high-tech weaponry before sending them on a rampage through Gotham, after which he rigs two gondolas filled with people to explode unless Batman can stop them in time. Later, Anarky pits Batman and the League of Assassins against each other as part of a plan to unleash a lethal plague onto all of Gotham, and attempts to bomb a populated park [[CopKiller filled with police officers]] while trying to [[FrameUp frame Batman]]. At the end of the series, Anarky makes [[TheCorrupter corrupting]] District Attorney [[ComicBook/TwoFace Harvey Dent]] into evil his personal pet project, and successfully drives Dent to institute martial law in Gotham while threatening the lives of all those who stand in his way. In the sequel tie-in comic, Anarky unlocks every door in Gotham City for a single night, then tries to spur all of the citizens into a panic-induced riot that he hopes will tear Gotham apart in the ultimate display of chaos. Though [[SoftSpokenSadist soft-spoken]] and [[FauxAffablyEvil eerily polite]], Anarky is the most wicked foe Batman faced in the series, having no empathy, no mercy, and no motive at all except his basic whims.

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* CompleteMonster: ComicBook/{{Anarky}} is Batman's ArchEnemy, the most recurring villain in the series, and [[AdaptationalVillainy a far cry]] from his comic version. An utter madman who views himself and Batman as two kings on a chess board, one representing order and peace, the other [[AnarchyIsChaos chaos and destruction]], Anarky commits all of his crimes out of [[AttentionWhore [[FameThroughInfamy a pathological love for attention]] and [[CardCarryingVillain a sheer enjoyment]] for being [[ForTheEvulz evil]]. In his first appearance, Anarky grants two petty crooks high-tech weaponry before sending them on a rampage through Gotham, after which he rigs two gondolas filled with people to explode unless Batman can stop them in time. Later, Anarky pits Batman and the League of Assassins against each other as part of a plan to unleash a lethal plague onto all of Gotham, and attempts to bomb a populated park [[CopKiller filled with police officers]] while trying to [[FrameUp frame Batman]]. At the end of the series, Anarky makes [[TheCorrupter corrupting]] District Attorney [[ComicBook/TwoFace Harvey Dent]] into evil his personal pet project, and successfully drives Dent to institute martial law in Gotham while threatening the lives of all those who stand in his way. In the sequel tie-in comic, Anarky unlocks every door in Gotham City for a single night, then tries to spur all of the citizens into a panic-induced riot that he hopes will tear Gotham apart in the ultimate display of chaos. Though [[SoftSpokenSadist soft-spoken]] and [[FauxAffablyEvil eerily polite]], Anarky is the most wicked foe Batman faced in the series, having no empathy, no mercy, and no motive at all except his basic whims.
12th Dec '17 8:30:42 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: The show's version of Alfred definitely suffers from LoveItOrHateIt. Some people like the different interpretation of his character, while others think that he's too different to even be considered Alfred. Others just think he looks weird.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: The show's version of Alfred definitely suffers from LoveItOrHateIt.Alfred. Some people like the different interpretation of his character, while others think that he's too different to even be considered Alfred. Others just think he looks weird.



* LoveItOrHateIt: The show's animation has been hit with this hard. While the show's storytelling and characters have been mostly well-received and the music and voice acting are almost unanimously praised, the CGI animation and overall visual style has drawn both praise and criticism, with some of the latter coming even from fans of the show. Those who like it praise it for its fluid movement, impressive fight scene choreography, unique character designs and dynamic use of lighting. The detractors criticize the CGI as cheap-looking compared to other shows such as ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', and even the similarly-styled ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries''. They also feel Gotham is too empty, and others still dislike the character designs in general. Another vocal section just hates it because [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks it's CGI]].
26th Dec '16 10:40:06 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: ComicBook/{{Anarky}} is Batman's ArchEnemy, the most recurring villain in the series, and [[AdaptationalVillainy a far cry]] from his comic version. An utter madman who views himself and Batman as two kings on a chess board, one representing order and peace, the other [[AnarchyIsChaos chaos and destruction]], Anarky commits all of his crimes out of [[AttentionWhore a pathological love for attention]] and [[CardCarryingVillain a sheer enjoyment]] for being [[ForTheEvulz evil]]. In his first appearance, Anarky grants two petty crooks high-tech weaponry before sending them on a rampage through Gotham, after which he rigs two gondolas filled with people to explode unless Batman can stop them in time. Later, Anarky pits Batman and the League of Assassins against each other as part of a plan to unleash a lethal plague onto all of Gotham, and attempts to bomb a populated park [[CopKiller filled with police officers]] while trying to [[FrameUp frame Batman]]. At the end of the series, Anarky makes [[TheCorrupter corrupting]] District Attorney [[ComicBook/TwoFace Harvey Dent]] into evil his personal pet project, and successfully drives Dent to institute martial law in Gotham while threatening the lives of all those who stand in his way. In the sequel tie-in comic, Anarky unlocks every door in Gotham City for a single night, then tries to spur all of the citizens into a panic-induced riot that he hopes will tear Gotham apart in the ultimate display of chaos. Though [[SoftSpokenSadist soft-spoken]] and [[FauxAffablyEvil eerily polite]], Anarky is the most wicked foe Batman faced in the series, having no empathy, no mercy, and no motive at all except his basic whims.
21st Nov '16 10:01:30 PM DrPsyche
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** Katana's costume: some fans are fine with the change or were at least willing to accept a new direction in the design. Others feel the costume is much less visually interesting and seeing it as less Katana and more [[Film/TheDarkKnightRises Anne Hathaway's Catwoman]] by way of MovieSuperheroesWearBlack.
19th Oct '16 7:50:54 AM dlchen145
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** Lady Shiva. She's a stone-cold {{Badass}} who instills fear into an entire roomful of [[GratuitousNinja ninjas]] that don't even flinch when ordered to fight ''Batman'' or his equally tough protege. She shows no remorse over ruthlessly overthrowing Silver Monkey and [[spoiler:sucking out Dr. Ravencroft's soul]]. She even manages to give a solid ass-kicking to both Batman ''and'' Katana, highly skilled fighters who outnumbered her two-to-one. The clincher? She sports a tight, midriff-bearing, [[{{Gainaxing}} Gainax-approved]] outfit while doing all of this.

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** Lady Shiva. She's a stone-cold {{Badass}} badass who instills fear into an entire roomful of [[GratuitousNinja ninjas]] that don't even flinch when ordered to fight ''Batman'' or his equally tough protege. She shows no remorse over ruthlessly overthrowing Silver Monkey and [[spoiler:sucking out Dr. Ravencroft's soul]]. She even manages to give a solid ass-kicking to both Batman ''and'' Katana, highly skilled fighters who outnumbered her two-to-one. The clincher? She sports a tight, midriff-bearing, [[{{Gainaxing}} Gainax-approved]] outfit while doing all of this.
16th Sep '16 11:36:12 PM GamerSlyRatchet
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** Likewise, Daedalus Boch and Junkyard Dog weren't created for the show but are actually comic villains. They appeared first in ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell''.


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** Ra's al Ghul breaking out Batman's foes from prison, as seen in "Reckoning", was also done in Batman #400, "Resurrection Night".
25th Aug '16 7:05:29 PM tropower
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* {{Misblamed}}: Like ''Teen Titans Go!'', this is blamed for ''GLTAS'' cancellation when in reality it was cancelled for a lack of toys.
19th Jul '16 9:49:19 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* MagnificentBastard: Deathstroke. A DangerouslyGenreSavvy KnightOfCerebus and MasterOfDisguise, who excels in XanatosSpeedChess. Episodes "Epitaph" "Twist" "Alone" and the fact that he's [[spoiler:Dane Lisslow]] turn him from a one-shot villain to the arc's BigBad.

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* MagnificentBastard: Deathstroke. A DangerouslyGenreSavvy KnightOfCerebus and MasterOfDisguise, who excels in XanatosSpeedChess. Episodes "Epitaph" "Twist" "Alone" and the fact that he's [[spoiler:Dane Lisslow]] turn him from a one-shot villain to the arc's BigBad.
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