The Batman (2004–2008)

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 Bruce Wayne / ... (65 episodes, 2004-2008)
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A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated train tracks, this younger Batman will confront each of his familiar foes for the first time. Written by TUMEG345

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The Edge (Dave Evans) from U2 performs the opening theme. Season 3 featured a new opening theme that was a cross between the Neal Hefti theme from the '60s Batman (1966) and Hawaii Five-O (1968). See more »

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Bruce Wayne: First day, Ethan. Nervous?
Detective Ethan Bennett: I was a cop for six years, Bruce. You think I can't handle staring at a monitor?
[steps into a room with monitor covered walls]
Detective Ethan Bennett: Whoa!
Bruce Wayne: Make that 350 monitors.
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The Batman Series Theme II
Written by Andy Sturmer
Performed by Andy Sturmer
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A masterpiece of a new era of batman
23 June 2006 | by (Guyana) – See all my reviews

Dear fellow commentators(especially the bad ones) I think that you should be ashamed of yourselves how you commented on The Batman. Really, can't you people not understand the meaning of hard work to make The Batman great in its new fashion. This Batman shows a lot about Bruce's life as a young civilian. I'm not saying the older Batman series were uncool but this one is better to some and equal to other people. Why do people of the new generation behave this way. Batman has been a great legendary hero for years. Now that it has been brought to life after these long years why do people complain. How would you feel to be born since the 1930s and never get to see much of these series. The Batman series is an excellent way to display Bruce Wayne/Batman in his younger age. It also focuses on the other characters equally. This series even show where and how he got his technologies. I mean did the other Batmen before showed this quality. I've always wanted to know how Batman met Batgirl and the great attribute about this show is that the cops actually pay attention to Batman as a vigilante. The art and color are quite interesting and the music is spine chilling. The action, now This I like. I love the new Bat weapon the BatBot. This weapon's really cool. The villains are awesome especially Bane, The Joker( His jokes are funny and at least this time he puts up a fight),The Riddler and ManBat and Penguin. Now for Batwoman. Her costume looks really stupid but when you think about it she's a young kid. I mean really do you think someone who lives in an ordinary home design something like this costume. This show also portrays a lot about Bruce's past and present life. Also Alfred is now payed more attention to for once or maybe,actually twice but still. My last words are that this show is great and people should pay more attention but then again the show was made for children. 10 out of 10. Excellent plan Warner Bros.


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