in the first cartoon he even has a bat light saber to cut up some robots. and now his cape does every thing from turn into rockets so he can fly to become an aqualung. well, OK, maybe not quite that, but still...
which is completely at odds with the other three episodes of the show on this disc. this is far closer to the real Batman, before all that "Dark Knight" stuff ruined him. he smiles, makes jokes and actually trusts his fellow heroes. a few episodes are done with narration which is done with a wry humor as well.
and while Diedrich Bader is no Kevin Conroy (but really, who is?) he does a far better job than some other actors who have tried to voice Batman recently, that I won't name for fear of shaming them further. Kevin apparently does show up on the series, but I haven't seen the episode yet. even Adam West does a guest voice.
that's from wiki. who would have thought such words of wisdom could come from Bat-mite? and now it's time for this show to be released on DVD, at least the first season. these dribbles at 4-5 episode suck."Batman's rich history allows him to be interpreted in a multitude of ways. To be sure, this is a lighter incarnation, but it's certainly no less valid and true to the character's roots than the tortured avenger crying out for mommy and daddy."