What went wrong?
it was a fun, campy style batman cartoon with appearances from a shitload of characters that normally would never have seen daylight.
it was really more of a DC Universe cartoon that just happened to center around batman.
It had something for everyone. It was entertaining and funny. It celebrated DC's long history and we got to see a lot of characters that you would never expect to see.
>it was really more of a DC Universe cartoon that just happened to center around batman.
what is the Brave and the Bold comic
Yes. It was the episode with Scooby and the gang.
I know the self-aware finale isn't a unique idea, but fuck...it was heavy to watch Batman and the gang, like, become aware that they're just a show. And that their show was about to end.
I still get goosebumps from that send off.
>And until we meet again, boys and girls,
>Know that wherever evil lurks, in all its myriad forms,
>I'll be there, with the Hammers of Justice,
>To fight for decency and defend the innocent.
>it was a fun, campy style batman cartoon
I think the great part about that was when it did go for something more serious it still worked incredibly well.
>Campy style which wasn't afraid to be serious
>Appearances from a lot of B and C-listers and stories dedicated to them.
>Lots of comic book easter eggs
>The best DC show there was.
The same reason with what went wrong with this guy
Only /co/ loved it, and nobody else.
Absolutely nothing it was just Cartoon Network doing what they do best, canceling their semi-decent shows to put on cancerous sores like Annoying Orange.