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As we near the debut of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Sepia Tones my mind races towards those pure gems of the Dark Knight that already exist in the ether of Animatia. Animatia is, of course, the fictitious country where all cartoons come from. Paul Dini is the dictator there – as he should be – and he rules with a dynamically drawn fist. And here, on this wonderful island, sit the tomes that built a generation of Bat-fans. Some (me) would say these tomes were truly the best generation of adaptations and explorations of Batman. I’d like to pontificate, ruminate, and extrapolate to you those episodes of Batman: The Animated Series (and The New Batman Adventures) that truly defined a cartoon legacy.
1 and 2. Two-Face (Parts 1 and 2)
- Marc Alan Fishman
That was one of a slew of programming announcements unveiled Tuesday at a pre-upfront event hosted by National Geographic Global Networks in New York. The ambitious slate of programming for Nat Geo Channel and Nat Geo Wild underscores the resources available to Nat Geo following 21st Century Fox’s $725 million infusion into the venture after the restructuring last September of its joint venture with the National Geographic Society.
“By harnessing an unparalleled portfolio of media assets through National Geographic Partners, we’re going to offer true 360-degree experiences, extending our storytelling for both viewers and advertisers across an unrivaled number of platforms,” said National Geographic Global Networks CEO Courteney Monroe.
The new-model “Explorer” is described as a weekly “docu-talk” series that will feature magazine-style field reporting, »
- Cynthia Littleton
2 items from 2016
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