Justice League: A BRBTV Report (BRBTV Reports)
Billie Rae Bates
内容When Bruce Timm and the rest of the creative crew at Warner Bros. Animation created their smash hit "Batman: The Animated Series" in the early '90s, then followed it up with "The New Batman Adventures," "Superman: The Animated Series" and "Batman Beyond," they weren't through yet. They adapted that same animated style to yet another series sprung from the pages of DC Comics: "Justice League."
Debuting in 2001 and featuring, of course, the Big Three -- Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman -- along with Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl, "Justice League" introduced a whole new set of action to the WB animated realm, taking these heroes places they had not gone on the small screen. After the first couple well-received seasons, the show evolved to "Justice League Unlimited," blowing the door open wide and including many more heroes from the DC Universe -- both well-known and obscure -- to battle a diverse array of villains.
Will Rodgers examines all five seasons of this animated series in colorful, living detail, reporting on the show's genesis and describing the action of each and every episode. Rodgers is known on the web for his analysis of the classic "Super Friends" cartoon, and he enriches his commentary of "JL/U" with the essential background and the explanations of the influence of shows like "Super Friends" to this more-modern take. Clocking in at the equivalent of 300 letter-sized pages, this Kindle doc is the biggest so far in the BRBTV Reports series!
From the same place you'll find reference guides to classic TV shows like "Dallas" and "The Dukes of Hazzard," come these convenient, electronic, portable, searchable and highly journalistic BRBTV Reports for some classic television fun! Be sure to check out the other Reports on "B:TAS," "S:TAS" and "Batman Beyond."