The Batman

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2004
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.3  (10,897)

Where the law is not enough, criminals can roam free, and injustice is around every corner, sometimes something more is needed. Something like The Batman. Gotham City has a silent protector in the shadows--a vigilante in the guise known as Batman. He is a dark hero with every special gadget known to man (and some that are not), a sleek Batmobile, his own secret base, and even the ever-reliable butler Alfred Pennyworth (Voice: Alastair Duncan). Meet Bruce Wayne (Voice: Rhino Romano), rich, famous, and the young man who becomes Gotham's Batman when the dangerous nights loom long and dark. As every foe from every corner slowly tumbles out, Batman must go up against them all for the sake of justice, and Gotham's safety--and avoid the law itself as it brutally condemns the chaotic free spirit in the name of 'justice' that Batman embodies. Expect plenty of classic Batman villains to appear like: The Joker (Voice: Kevin Michael Richardson), a lunatic with a sick sense of humor and sicker sense of fun; Catwoman (Voice: Gina Gershon), a sly and quick-footed thief whose home is the night just as much as Batman's; and Rupert Thorne (Voice: Victor Brandt), a thug and a gangster with only riches and himself on his mind. The Batman is an animated TV series produce by Warner Bros. Animation, based on the superhero from DC Comics of the same name--though the show does not follow the continuity of any other Batman-related storylines such as comics or movies. The Batman was created by Michael Goguen and Duane Capizzi and is of the action, mystery/suspense, and superhero genres. Character designs were done by Jeff Matsuda, from Jackie Chan Adventures. There are 5 seasons with 65 episodes total. The Batman is great for young audiences as well as old fans of the superhero. The series has won six Daytime Emmy Awards.

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Seasons
Lost Heroes (2)
13. Lost Heroes (2)
March 8, 2008
The Justice League must battle androids with all of their powers, as well as a new Joining invasion.
Lost Heroes (1)
12. Lost Heroes (1)
March 8, 2008
Batman and Green Arrow discovered that the super-powered members of the Justice League have been disappearing one by one. The trail of disappearances leads to Hugo Strange... and his mysterious allies.
What Goes Up...
11. What Goes Up...
February 16, 2008
When Black Mask and the Shadow Thief team up to rob the Gotham Gem Depository, their respective nemeses Batman and Hawkman must join forces to stop them.
The End of Batman
10. The End of Batman
February 9, 2008
Batman and Robin meet their criminal twins, Wrath and Scorn, a dynamic duo dedicated to helping villains. Matters get even morecomplicated when Batman and Wrath uncover each other's secret identity.
Attack of the Terrible Trio
9. Attack of the Terrible Trio
February 2, 2008
A trio of college misfits and geeks decide to get revenge on their peers... by using a mutagen to transform into humanoid animals.
The Metal Face of Comedy
8. The Metal Face of Comedy
December 15, 2007
A computer accident forces the Joker's aberrant personality into a computer, letting him control the WayneTech nanobots and create the robot body. However, the "new" Joker has plans of his own.
Ring Toss
7. Ring Toss
December 8, 2007
The villainous Sinestro attacks Green Lantern and attempts to capture his power ring, so the Emerald Warrior sends it to... Batman.
Joker Express
6. Joker Express
November 10, 2007
A wave of hysterical thieves heralds the return of the Joker as he collects their stolen loot and prepares to drop Gotham City into a gigantic sinkhole.
A Mirror Darkly
5. A Mirror Darkly
November 3, 2007
Batman and Robin find themselves pitted against mirror duplicates, and soon realize they are fighting the Flash's arch-nemesis, the Mirror Master.
White Heat
4. White Heat
October 13, 2007
Garfield Lynns, aka Firefly, inadvertently upgrades his powers and as Phosphorous, goes on a nuclear rampage.
Vertigo
3. Vertigo
October 6, 2007
Green Arrow comes to Gotham... and accuses Bruce Wayne of poisoning children. It soon becomes clear that a villain is at work, and has plans to bring the entire city under his control.
The Batman/Superman Story (2)
2. The Batman/Superman Story (2)
September 29, 2007
Batman and Robin must oppose Superman, who is under Lex Luthor's mind control.
The Batman/Superman Story (1)
1. The Batman/Superman Story (1)
September 22, 2007
When Superman pays a visit to Gotham City, Lex Luthor decides to recruit allies against the Man of Steel from among the criminal underworld, attracting Batman's interest.
Description

Where the law is not enough, criminals can roam free, and injustice is around every corner, sometimes something more is needed. Something like The Batman. Gotham City has a silent protector in the shadows--a vigilante in the guise known as Batman. He is a dark hero with every special gadget known to man (and some that are not), a sleek Batmobile, his own secret base, and even the ever-reliable butler Alfred Pennyworth (Voice: Alastair Duncan).

Meet Bruce Wayne (Voice: Rhino Romano), rich, famous, and the young man who becomes Gotham's Batman when the dangerous nights loom long and dark. As every foe from every corner slowly tumbles out, Batman must go up against them all for the sake of justice, and Gotham's safety--and avoid the law itself as it brutally condemns the chaotic free spirit in the name of 'justice' that Batman embodies.

Expect plenty of classic Batman villains to appear like: The Joker (Voice: Kevin Michael Richardson), a lunatic with a sick sense of humor and sicker sense of fun; Catwoman (Voice: Gina Gershon), a sly and quick-footed thief whose home is the night just as much as Batman's; and Rupert Thorne (Voice: Victor Brandt), a thug and a gangster with only riches and himself on his mind.

The Batman is an animated TV series produce by Warner Bros. Animation, based on the superhero from DC Comics of the same name--though the show does not follow the continuity of any other Batman-related storylines such as comics or movies. The Batman was created by Michael Goguen and Duane Capizzi and is of the action, mystery/suspense, and superhero genres. Character designs were done by Jeff Matsuda, from Jackie Chan Adventures. There are 5 seasons with 65 episodes total. The Batman is great for young audiences as well as old fans of the superhero. The series has won six Daytime Emmy Awards.

The Batman is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on September 11, 2004.

Where to Watch The Batman

The Batman is available for streaming on the The CW website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Batman on demand at HBO Max, Amazon, Vudu, DC Universe, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 11, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (10,897)