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BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD, VOL. 1

What to know: Join the battle between good and evil as one of the world's favorite super heroes fights to keep the world safe from evil villains.
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Recommended age 8-12
77 minutes
DVD
WARNER BRO. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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When you picture old school superhero's cartoons, this is it. The story was bad guy against good. It tries to teach you life lessons like looking for the power inside you and never give up and sometimes you need help.
While some viewers might not appreciate the violence portrayed in the story-lines (punching and weapons), other realize this is true to Batman form and none of the fighting is gratuitous. Scary images and scantily clad females make this a better story for older children than younger. Viewers will most likely appreciate the moral messages in these episodes, which highlight the importance of friends and family and keeping on the good side of the law. In spite of all his fame, Batman is the first to point out that he learns new things every day. This is shown in the first episode where Batman remarks that he sets out to find out whether a certain individual has what it takes to become a superhero, and the individual surprises him by becoming a superhero in front of his eyes. This title keeps true to its comic book appeal with simple drawings, but the animation and sound are modern so it's a pleasure to view.
Join the battle between good and evil as one of the world's favorite super heroes fights to keep the world safe from evil villains. In these entertaining episodes, Batman fights evil on other planets, under the water, in alternate time dimensions and even villains who take over toys at Christmas.
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