Batman. He's an iconic DC Comics character who's been around since 1939. He's undergone a few changes over the years, though he's always been a superhero tough on crime who chooses not to kill criminals, but hand them off to the authorities instead.
In popular media, Batman has been played on television in a campy way by Adam West, and seriously on the big screen by Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, and most recently Christian Bale. When animated, he's also been fairly serious for the most part. That is until 2008 when Batman: The Brave and the Bold debuted on Cartoon Network.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold treats itself as more of a campy kid's show, with Diedrich Bader offering the voice of Batman and Bruce Wayne. But where most of the earlier animated series have shown Batman saving Gotham City by himself or with a few trusted friends, Brave and the Bold pairs the Dark Knight with other superheroes on a much more regular basis. And they're all treated a bit less seriously and larger than life just like Batman is in the series.
Each episode features a mini-episode before the titles roll, and then the main adventure after that. Most of the time the two adventures are not interlinked. But it's fun to see more of the DC universe come to life in a lighter style than we've seen in previous series.
Now in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Season One, Part Two we get to see the final 13 animated adventures of the second season. These adventures feature Aquaman, Plastic Man, Blue Beetle, Red Tornado, Green Arrow, Wildcat, Deadman, Bronze Tiger, and Atom to take on a variety of comic book bad guys from Gorilla Grodd and Equinox to Solomon Grundy, Bane, the Joker, Catwoman, and many more...