Television Review and Opinion: First Off, Batman, the Animated Series!
by, 14th October 2011 at 07:53 AM (419 Views)
(Message originally posted by League on 14th October 2011 at 08:53 AM. This is effectively post #010. Message moved for purposes of League.)
Well, my DVR is currently stuffed to the brim. I have to record tomorrow's episode of Black and White, among other things. (I deleted an episode of "Thundercats," with the intent of re-recording it tonight; also on Cartoon Network tonight is Batman: the Brave and the Bold, which I also record, and which I'll also review and opine on.)Originally Posted by DCM
Ultimately, I record all of the following shows:
Batman: The Animated Series, on the the HUB (Comcast "expanded" package--?)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold, on Cartoon Network
Dragon Ball Z Kai, on Nicktoons (Comcast "expanded" package--?)
Pokemon: Black & White, on Cartoon Network
Thundercats, on Cartoon Network
Of them, I think I may review all of them but Thundercats; for Dragon Ball Z Kai, I'll go beyond mere review and opinion and delve into deep fan activity. (I'll "fix things," peddle some theories, etc.)
Everything I offer a review of will be quite comprehensive--I'll offer full scripts of the shows, and describe scenes. Commentary will be placed where appropriate, and will cover quite a range of subjects.
Beyond these series, I have quite a few movies on my DVR--I watch Turner Classic Movies, TCM, often enough. Well, rather, I plan on what to watch, though I'm a little off due to me falling somewhat behind.
Regardless, as of now, I'm going to unload by starting my reviews of B:TAS immediately. This is also partly because B: TAS can be found on DVD; it is otherwise because the show isn't strictly linear--you just have to mark where characters have first appeared, especially if they're characters such as Harvey Dent, who play major roles before they catch the whim of villainy.
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