This animated adventure series of Bruce Wayne, billionaire by day, crime fighter by night, starts as Wayne balances life as a free-wheeling bachelor, with his role as the Caped Crusader. ... See full summary »
Set in present day Metropolis against the backdrop of a bright, urban landscape, the ageless superhero combats sinister villains and rescues innocent victims in exciting new stories based on universal themes encompassing the same time-honored tradition of the classic Superman legend. Written by
The Flash is the first DC super hero to make a guest appearance on this series. The producers didn't reveal The Flash's secret identity because they had not fully decided on which Flash they were going to use Wally West or Barry Allen. This was eventually settled on Justice League (2001) when it was revealed the Flash is indeed Wally West. See more »
[Superman is about to be executed]
You don't know how I've looked forward to this...
Doesn't a condemned man get one last request?
[leans forward, curious]
And that is...?
[Superman punches him in the face]
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This is show came after Batman:tas, it is just as good if not better in my opinion. The relationship between Lois and Superman/Clark is great right from the beginning. The crossovers with batman are great, and provide some of my favorite episodes. My favorite episode was when superman went undercover as batman and teamed up with robin because Bruce Wayne went missing.The Animation is great. While it was not as thin and cheap looking as "The New Batman Adventures" (don't get me wrong, that animation looked great) it wasn't as good as the animation in Batman Animated Series. While Batman TAS had the best animation, there were some episodes that had HORRIBLE animation, but with Superman this doesn't happen.
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