DC Animated Universe

Jstewart2007 Jstewart2007 22 April

Unpopular opinion

Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker is the best DCAU Batman project, not B:TAS.

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RKoov RKoov 17 September 2023

This post.


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Jacob Proper95 Jacob Proper95 12 May 2023

How Batman The Animated Series Redefined, Mr. Freeze?

Originally Mr. freeze was depicted as a megalomaniac back in the 50s and 60s and 70s and 80s but in the 90s they decided to make him a sympathetic anti-villain give him a wife and a real name Victor fries. And his wife Nora was created in anyway made him the most tragic villain, and meet him canon comics as well.

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Jakester95 Jakester95 6 May 2023

Top 10 characters in dc you didn’t know have the same voice as as a character from a different universe

Number 10 Jennifer Hale

Jennifer Hale did the voice of Cinderella from Disney, Samantha, and Mandy from totally spies, princess morbucks from the power puff girls

Uriko Alice in shina from bloody roar Jean Gray from the X-Men and black cat from Spider-Man. She has voiced Wonder Woman Villain , Giganta and Batman, Ally, , justice league, member, and and ex girlfriend, Batman Zatanna. She also did the voice of killer frost, which she had to reprise her role in many media because she also did the voice for silver sable because reprising sexy femme fatales

Number 9 Lex Lang

Lex Lang did the voice of atomic skull. He also did the voice of heat wave in Captain cold fire and ice characters. He also did the voice of ecliptor a villain from Power Range…

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Professor Milo Professor Milo 11 March 2023

Favorite Villain Quotes

  1. What hiddenterror keeps the Batman awake at night?
  2. Hagen's gone, there's only me now, Clayface!
  3. It'd be funny if it weren't so pathetic, Oh, what the heck, I'll laugh anyway!
  4. Do you know what happens to gatecrashers? They have to match wits with... The Riddler!
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MattieSavannahPahl MattieSavannahPahl 30 December 2022

Zeta Month!

November 2022, Watchtower Database brought our ongoing storyline to an end with a Zeta Month event focused primarily on the oft-forgotten Batman Beyond spin-off, The Zeta Project. We workedwith series creator Bob Goodman off and on throughout the process, with him taking an editing pass over our documentary about the show, as well as providing merchandising and props that appear in other videos including Zeta Project trading cards from their kid's meal promotion with Long John Silver's fast-food chain, a reversible keychain (featuring Static on the other side) that was given out to Warner Bros. Animation employees, as well as official Zeta Project T-shirts that were printed by a company run by R.L. Stine's wife! The tags even feature the G…

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Joker1943 Joker1943 19 June 2021

My DCAU Batman Timeline

My DCAU Batman timeline

1923: Alfred Pennyworth is born

1937: Thomas Wayne is born

1938: Martha Wayne is born

1963: Bruce Wayne is born

1971:Thomas and Martha Wayne die in Crime Alley

1972-1983:Bruce goes training in different parts of the world

1974: Dick Grayson is born

1976: Barbara Gordon is born

1979: Bruce meets Andrea but she leaves for Europe with her dad where Jack Napier kill her dad. While in America Bruce becomes Batman

1983: Jason Todd was born

1984: Bruce meets Dick Grayson and he becomes Robin

1986: Tim Drake is born

1990: Batman and Robin meets the Joker for the first time

1991: Dick goes to Collage

1992-1995: The events of Batman the Animated Series take place

1996: Bruce and Dick grow farther apart

1997: Dick leaves Bruce gets Jason but t…

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Joker1943 Joker1943 4 February 2021


I wonder what would happen if the DCAU and the Mainstream DC Universe were to crossover what would happen?

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

2099 Reviews: Batman and Harley Quinn (2017)

Batman and Harley Quinn is a 2017 movie that acts as a revival of the DC Animated Universe, back in the '90s and early 2000s.

  1. It manages to make a "Harley Quinn" movie without any connection to the Joker, which I previously thought to be impossible!
  2. The dynamic between Harley and Nightwing is pretty cool, from their fight scene in the alley to their heavily implied attraction.
  3. Dr. Goldblum's death is pretty emotional.
  4. References to the larger DC Animated Universe.
  5. Some of the best action sequences ever seen in the DCAU.
    1. Nightwing and Harley in the alley.
    2. Batman and Nightwing vs. Jason Woodrue.
  6. Pretty good soundtrack.

  1. As soon as Batman cracks a smile at the bar, its pretty clear the movie isn't taking itself seriously.
  2. In retrospect, it makes Harley s…

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Hit List

  • Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995) - Check
  • Superman: The Animated Series (1996 - 2000) - Check
  • The New Batman Adventures (1997-1999) - Check
  • Batman Beyond (1999-2001) - Check
  • Static Shock (2000-2004) - Check
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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

The Batman Beyond - Spider-Man Coexistence

Like many a teenage superheroes before him, Terry McGinnis resembles a slightly older, powerless Spider-Man. Here's why:

  • 1 1. Age
  • 2 2. Reason of Existence
  • 3 3. Rogues Gallery
  • 4 4. Relationships with Other Heroes
  • 5 Notes

Both first became superheroes when they were in their teen years, although Peter Parker was 15 while Terry was 16.

Both became vigilantes following the death of their father figures; Peter, his uncle Ben, Terry, his legal father Warren.

They both have a similar rogues gallery:

  • A corrupt entrepreneur with a personal-rooted vendetta. (Green Goblin / Blight)
  • An illusionist who utilizes mind-binding technology. (Mysterio / Spellbinder)
  • An enhanced hunter obsessed with hunting down the hero. (Kraven the Hunter / Stalker)
  • A snake-themed cult that…

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Behind-the-Scenes Information

Bane: "Bane has basically retired to this little compund. Batman invades and Bane is now an old, old writhered man in a wheelchair and basically has several IV's and a gas mask full of nothing but Vemon. That's the only way he lives. Bane is alive technically, but he ain't no threat."

Harley Quinn: "Bruce and I have joked that at some point we're going to have a news broadcast that says, 'Today President Quinzel announced...'. It was our intent that if anything happened to Harley, she would have cleaned up and become president of the United States or something."

Killer Croc: "He's stuffed and mounted on exhibition in the reptile wing of the American Museum of Natural History."

Mr. Freeze: "We were going to have an episode where Bruce Wayne opens…

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

DCAU Fan Fiction

Dr. Jonathan Crane, fearing Batman will capture him, moves on to New Hampshire, where he massacres an underground gambling company for cheating him out of money. He is captured, however, by the police department and sentenced to hanging. But, fate had another plan for Jonathan Crane. When the trap door dropped, it wasn't his neck that snapped, but the rope itself. The event costs Crane what little was left of his sanity and he slaughters his executioners. Now believing himself to be a ghost, Scarecrow returns to Gotham with renewed zeal, a more gruesome costume, and the severed noose around his neck.

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Batman's compansion

While Batman gets noticably darkier throughout the DCAU, he does have a compassionate side, specifically towards children; seen multiple occasions.

  • Batman: The Animated Series, "The Underdwellers" - Clearly furious when he sees the Sewer King's child slavery racket and even ponders killing him because of it.
  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Robin's Reckoning" - Takes in a young Dick Grayson after the death of his parents.
  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Baby-Doll" - Appears to hold back against Baby-Doll out of sympathy towards her condition that kept her from aging.
  • The New Batman Adventures, "Sins of the Father" - Consoles Tim Drake while he cries over the death of his father.
  • Batman Beyond, "Out of the Past" - Risks his life to help a teenage girl wh…
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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Tie-In Comics Explained...

While the tie-in comics of the DCAU are generally not considered canon, they have given new insight on the universe that was left untouched by the on-screen canon:

A tie-in depicting Batman's adventures in-between his appearances in Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.

  • #16 - The Flower Girl - Poison Ivy finds her way to Dr. Alec Holland, where she is revealed to be a plant clone created by the real Pamela Isley to distract Batman and keep Harley Quinn company.
    • Batman: The Animated Series, "House & Garden"

A fan-fiction webcomic that fills the gap between Justice League Unlimited and Batman Beyond.

  • #6 - Powers That Be - While Bruce Wayne meets with Powers Technology CEO Geri Powers and her teenage son Derek, Warren Powers discusses the genetic …

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Heard It Through the Grape Vine

These are some of general fan theories in the DCAU.

  • Jason Todd exists in this universe.


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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022

Personal Fan Theories

  • Characters don't change appearances in between shows, it is just how they look in that show's description (unless there's an in-universe explaination, of course).
    • In the case of the Batsuit, there are only three: the prototype seen in the flashbacks, the regular one used in the present day, and the suit.
    • The red-and-black Robin suit found by Tim Drake in "Sins of the Father" was Dick Grayson's original Robin suit, albeit a suit he used before adopting the one seen in .

see User blog:BatFan2099/Timeline

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022


There were some awesome ideas for the DCAU that never saw the light of day.

  • 1 Batman: The Animated Series
  • 2 The New Batman Adventures
  • 3 Batman Beyond
  • 4 Justice League Unlimited

  • A Black Canary/Catwoman battle.
  • Appearances by the Creeper, Firefly, and the Huntress.

  • An episode revealing the change between Scarecrow's drastic change in appearance (either as a chemical burn or failed hanging incident).

  • A news broadcast in the background stating, "Today President Quinzel announced..."
  • Terry McGinnis battling Killer Croc.
  • Mr. Freeze's disembodied head in the Batcave's refridgerater makes a cameo.
  • An episode revolving after the Superman: The Animated Series finale "Legacy" in which Superman discovers he had a son with Lashina who has taken over Apokolips.
  • An appear…

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Lieutinant Whoareyou Lieutinant Whoareyou 28 February 2022


Here is my personal view of the DCAU Timeline. Keep in mind, I haven't seen all of them, so this is just the shows I have seen, or at least information from between series.

  • 1 Viewing Order
    • 1.1 Clayface Story Arc.
    • 1.2 Mr. Freeze Story Arc.
    • 1.3 Ra's al Ghul Story Arc.
    • 1.4 Batman and Harley Quinn Event
    • 1.5 Wayne-Powers Story Arc.
    • 1.6 The End of an Era
  • 2 Timeline

  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Beware the Gray Ghost"
  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Feat of Clay"
  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Mudslide"
  • The New Batman Adventures, "Growing Pains"
  • The New Batman Adventures, "Holiday Knights"

  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Heart of Ice"
  • Batman: The Animated Series, "Deep Freeze"
  • Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero
  • The New Batman Adventures, "Cold Comfort"
  • Batman Beyond, "Meltdown"

  • Batman…

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KnightWing12 KnightWing12 29 April 2020

The Movie You've Probably Skipped

I may be one of the few people on Earth who are 100% positive that Batman and Harley Quinn takes place in the DCAU. Here are some reasons why:

  • Character designs are the same as the revamp.
  • Batman drives the Batmobile and Batwing from Batman: The Animated Series.
  • Several henchmen from across the universe appear at that Bludhaven bar scene.
  • Harley remembers the "goofy mullet" Nightwing had in The New Batman Adventures.
  • Batman is reluctant to trust Quinn, apparently remembering their similar team-up in Harlequinade.
  • Booster Gold, a member of the Justice League in Justice League Unlimited, indirectly states the existence of the expanded League, even mentioned Elongated Man, another cast member of Justice League Unlimited.
  • Joker's probably not there because…
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KnightWing12 KnightWing12 29 April 2020

DCAU Watch Order

This is how I would have prefered to watch the DC Animated Universe if I could go back in time:

  • The Dark Knight's First Night
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  • Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero
  • Superman: The Animated Series
  • Chase Me
  • The New Batman Adventures
  • Justice League
  • Static Shock
  • Justice League Unlimited
  • Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
  • Batman and Harley Quinn
  • Batman Beyond
  • The Zeta Project
  • Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Yes, I do consider Batman and Harley Quinn canon. And No, I do NOT consider Lobo: Webseries and Gotham Girls canon.

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KnightWing12 KnightWing12 29 April 2020

"They's More To Me... Then Meets the Eye."

One of my personal fan theories is that when Bruce Wayne created the 5th Batsuit he took inspiration from his many adventures over the years:

  • Glider Wings (Nightwing Suit, The New Batman Adventures)
  • Rocket Boots (Jet-wing, The New Batman Adventures)
  • Enlarged Ears (4th Batsuit, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited)
  • Heeled Boots (4th Batsuit, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited)
  • Full-Body Spandex (Batwoman Suit, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman)
  • Bat-Symbol (Justice Lord Batman, A Better World; Batwoman Suit, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman)
  • Electric Batarangs (Biofeedback Batarang, Batman and Harley Quinn)
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KnightWing12 KnightWing12 29 April 2020

The Movies Time Gave Up On

I have noticed that their were a lot of great ideas for the DCAU that were tossed in the trash because of something or other. Some of which include:

  • Cancelled Batman: The Animated Series episode involving the Creeper.
  • Cancelled Batman: The Animated Series episode involving Firefly.
  • Cancelled Batman Beyond episode revolving around Superman's supposed affair during the Superman: The Animated Series finale, "Legacy".
  • Cancelled Batman Beyond episode involving Killer Croc.
  • Untitled Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker sequel - An elderly Catwoman is the main antagonist with Terry learning that he is a clone of Bruce.
  • Justice League: Worlds Collide - A crossover film between Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. It would have shown the expansion of the League, the…
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Degrassigirl07 Degrassigirl07 6 October 2019

Static Shock: Jimmy — My Thoughts

Here’s my contribution to National Bullying Prevention Month (which is in October).

In the Season 2 episode Jimmy of Static Shock, a kid named Jimmy Osgood is pushed too far when a bully named Nick Connor picks on him, along with his friends Kevin and Ray. Unfortunately, this leads Jimmy to do the very same thing that many other kids I’ve read about who were bullied did — use a gun in order to put a stop to the teasing, once and for all.

Even more unfortunate is the fact that a gun is exactly what Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold (aka the Trenchcoat Mafia), as well as Seung-Hui Cho, used to create a school shooting at Columbine High School in 1999 and at Virginia Tech in 2007, respectively.

If Nick, Kevin and Ray had heard of those three guys, the…

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JohnnySparrow17 JohnnySparrow17 20 June 2019

DCAU shows and movies in chronological order

Hello, you might be wondering why I made this blog. Because I might know some years take place before or after some stuff like in the DC comics. Just like these shows: Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman Adventures, Static Shock, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, and Batman Beyond. All except for Teen Titans. Anyway, I'm going to make some of this stuff in chronological order so you users don't mind if I'm doing this blog, do you? I can always come back sometimes right here sooner or later.

  • Go!
  • Divide and Conquer
  • Sisters
  • Final Exam
  • Forces of Nature
  • The Sum of His Parts
  • Nevermore
  • Switched
  • Deep Six
  • Masks
  • Mad Mod
  • Car Trouble
  • Apprentice - Part 1
  • Apprentice - Part 2
  • Only Human
  • Crash
  • The Beast Within
  • Fear Itself
  • Wake the Dead…

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Exnihil Exnihil 30 March 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 08

Well, I see by the hands on the clock that it’s C.O.R.B.E.N. time once again. No, not that Corben... I mean the Custom Order Rewatch by Exnihil (trademark pending).

Up to this point, we've now spent a solid seven seasons in the company of just two main heroes, one wearing a bat on his chest, and the other wearing a big red "S".

While it's been an interesting exercise watching the dynamics of the overarching narrative oscillate between the light and dark themes of these two, it has gotten a little lonely in the hero corner of the DCAU. Oh, sure, we've seen the Bat-family expand to include Nightwing, Batgirl, and Robin, seen the intro of Zatanna who might be another hero, and Lobo who might be a... well... not really sure what he’s supposed to be... bu…

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Exnihil Exnihil 24 March 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 07

It's time again for another installment of the Custom Order Rewatch by Exnihil (or C.O.R.B.E.N. for those in the Venn diagram overlap of obsessive abbreviators and Metallo fans).

When last we met, we had knocked out a solid 21 episode run of Superman: The Animated Series. This time, Supes begins to share his space, begrudgingly at first, with a three-part STAS team-up with his Gotham counterpart, then yielding to a full back-and-forth episode ping-pong with The New Batman Adventures. And both of our heroes make way for a mid-season interlude by the Main Man. Wouldn’t you?

You'll notice, when you get down to the full table at the bottom, that I’ve abandoned the alternating "bands of white color" scheme to separate episodes. This is just an …

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Exnihil Exnihil 11 March 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 06.5

OK, so I know this affects exactly zero people - especially considering that none of this nomenclature is used anywhere on earth other than in these very blog posts - but, nevertheless, the more I thought about about it, the more I realized that I probably should change the way I’ve been labeling the production numbers of these episodes.

Nothing too big of a change - I’m still going separate out each discrete production run into its own separate sequence - I just think that since there is enough documentation out on the web to figure out at what point the four feature films actually went into production, they should probably have their own separate sequence numbers.

So, basically, since we know that Batman: Mask of the Phantasm was ordered after t…

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Exnihil Exnihil 10 March 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 06

Look... there on your screen!

It's some words... it's a page... it’s...

Another season of the Exnihil custom DCAU order!

Having completed all the episodes of the original Batman: The Animated Series, the natural progression would be, of course, to continue with the follow-on, Superman: The Animated Series. On that front, this order shall not disappoint.

However, given that the initial season of STAS was only 13 episodes, where this order may disappoint is if - realizing that I’d have to dip into season 2 (sometimes called "The New Batman/Superman Adventures," as it combined episodes of The New Batman Adventures) to flesh out it out - you are expecting to see a certain caped crusader pop up.

Nope, doesn’t happen at this time.

Although there are a f…

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Exnihil Exnihil 4 March 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 05

And like that...they’re gone!

Yep, another week, another season of the Exnihil DCAU custom order - this time out wrapping up all remaining episodes of Batman: The Animated Series. These will comprise all the episodes from the actual airdate season 3 - or, in other words, during the The Adventures of Batman & Robin branding - as well as one episode from each of the other aired seasons, plus the second BTAS feature film. That makes for just 14 episodes (albeit the last one feature-length), or the shortest season you’ll see in this whole order.

Call it the "writer’s strike" season, if you will.

It was a bit of an interesting exercise putting this last batch into a cohesive story. For one... whereas in seasons 1 through 4, I could juggle stor…

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Exnihil Exnihil 27 February 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 04

Wow... not even another week yet and I've already parsed another arc-driven "season" of the Exnihil custom order for rewatching the DCAU.

It may be that there are simply fewer episodes remaining of the original Batman: The Animated Series and, accordingly, simply fewer to choose from to try to make an order... or, it could be that as the creators themselves got deeper into the original production, they were more cognizant of telling a cohesive story (as opposed to stand-alone one-offs). Indeed, all but a handful of the eps included in this "season" are from the second production run.

In any case, it certainly seemed like the eps I was watching this time around were made with a very particular ethos in mind. Whereas "season 1" of my order fel…

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Exnihil Exnihil 24 February 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 03

Another week, another "season" down of the all-now, all-wow, custom order for rewatching the DCAU in a more intuitive, arc-driven way.

By this time - assuming that anyone is even reading this series of blog entries - one will have already been acquainted with the history and intent behind this experiment or, if not, figured enough to go back to my blog landing page and start from post one.

So, that said, assuming that no further explantation is required, let's dig right in:


Having spent last season exploring the more monstrous corners of Gotham City, the Batman now spends this season on more of a Sci-Fi bent. There might still be a monster or two lurking around the corner but, for the most part, I think this has a fairly different f…

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Exnihil Exnihil 22 February 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 02.5

Dee dee da dee... da dee da dee dee dee... Dee dee da dee... da dee da dee dee dee...

Late breaking news!

After having thought I'd put "Season 2" of the Exnihil DCAU custom viewing order to bed, I starting fleshing out season 3... only to discover there was an additional episode which - thematically - completely does not work. To wit:

Terror in the Sky

As will be posted shortly, whereas Season 2 of the custom order had a sort of "monster" feel to it, Season 3 will be focused more on science. As such - although "Terror in the Sky" certainly is rooted in scientific goings-on - the overall feel of that ep is definitely more of a piece with the earlier arc.

As such, I think I'm going to do a bit of rejiggering and place this episode (with all of the…

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Exnihil Exnihil 16 February 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 02


So... the second part of my project to design a custom, more "arc-driven" order for the whole of the DCAU went a bit quicker than the first. For one, I now had a bit of methodology under my belt, and had also gotten into the narrative rhythm of the show (bear in mind it's been over four years since the last time I've watched any of this). But, secondly - and more importantly - I was a lot less beholden to the original order I had set out to follow, deciding instead to just let the story itself dictate where to go next.

For part one, I had based my initial approach to BTAS on a similar thing done years ago by a poster on another website. I had originally intended on posting his order in these blog posts, as well, by way of a side…

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Exnihil Exnihil 9 February 2019

Custom Order Rewatch - Part 01

Well, that took a bit of time to figure out!

In my last post I related how I was embarking on an experiment - basically starting a complete rewatch of the DCAU based on a more “arc-driven” order I had sussed out a few years back, but never gotten around to actually... ya know... viewing.

The caveat to this whole project, however, was that the initial portions of the order - involving BTAS - weren’t actually my own design, but rather had been lifted from another poster long ago, but then serving as my inspiration for attempting something similar for the entire DCAU.

So, what did I find out? Well, I learned that while the other guy’s initial order was pretty good, it’s not quite how I’d do it.

Let’s dig in and find out, shall we?

So, to begin with, as …

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Exnihil Exnihil 13 January 2019

Hello world

Howdy, DCAU wiki folks!

Not sure who exactly would be reading a random blog post on my user page, but - if you found yourself here - welcome.

I used to be a fairly active member of this wiki a few years back, but my fandom sort of goes in waves as to what I'm obsessing over lately. Now, a few years later, the pendulum has swung back around to this corner of my nerdscape.

So, as the blog portion of these user pages seems fairly open-ended for use, I think what I'm going to do is use it as a sort ground-zero for a rewatch experiment I'm going to do for the DCAU.

The first time I watched the whole of the DCAU epic, I did so chronologically by airdate. This time I'm going to try something different. Probably a decade ago, I found a post on a si…

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Stya Jade Stya Jade 13 December 2018

DCAU Christmas theme

This new DCAU Wiki snowing theme is really cool! does this usually happen in winter?

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Stya Jade Stya Jade 19 September 2018

Superman: Brainiac Attacks

Hi, I couldn't find where to ask this, so I'll ask it here. Is "Superman: Brainiac Attacks" part of the DCAU?

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Toa of Mirrors Toa of Mirrors 5 August 2018

Harley Quinn movie

Is the Harley Quinn movie considered canon to this wiki or not? And does it take place between JLU and the flashback in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker?

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Caitlyn H. Caitlyn H. 1 June 2018

Achievement: Finished the DCAU!

I first heard of JL and JLU around the end of January this year. When I finished them (JL in about nine days, JLU in another ten days), I was looking for more TV series to watch. I considered Legion of Superheroes and Young Justice and The New Batman Adventures but couldn't decide which one. Then I found out that JL & JLU were actually part of a huge universe - DCAU. I suddenly realized all those subtle hints weren't extra background details, they actually happened in a previous series. So around the end of March this year, I decided to finish the DCAU - BTAS, STAS, TNBA, and BB.

At first, it seemed pretty impossible, given my "goal" (10 weeks to finish it), but I was determined to do it. I went through the 4 series, episode after episode. …

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Mbforesta Mbforesta 5 October 2017

The Return of the DCAU?

With the release of Batman and Harley Quinn, fans have been anxious to know if new productions in DCAU canon are in in the works as the DCAU officially ended in 2006.

Looking at Batman and Harley Quinn, it certainly looks like a DCAU production. The character models closely resemble The New Batman Adventures. Kevin Conroy and Loren Lester also return as the voices as Batman and Nightwing respectively. The movie also sports many henchmen cameos in one scene. Ubu was one of the first ones I saw.

Despite this, it's placement in the DCAU is quite dubious. Booster Gold is heard talking in the Batmobile signifying this most likely takes place in the expanded Justice League era, possibly before or even a little after the events of Destroyer. This get…

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Steven+Amethyst=SmokyQuartz Steven+Amethyst=SmokyQuartz 15 February 2016

Robin in Justice League

I honestly believe that Robin/Nightwing should have appeared in Justice League.

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XD1 XD1 12 February 2016

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash - World Premiere Event

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment invites Los Angeles area fans to attend the World Premiere of LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash at a family-friendly event on Saturday afternoon, February 13, 2016.

The screening will commence at Noon (12:00pm) at The Paley Center for Media (465 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills). The event will include a post-screening interactive panel discussion, photo opportunities with LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes standees, an autograph signing on collectible posters, and special LEGO® prizes for all kids in attendance.

Khary Payton and Josh Keaton, the voices of Cyborg and Green Lantern, respectively, have joined the festivities -- which includes previously confirmed popular voice actors Troy…

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Aggression25 Aggression25 28 October 2015

We need to leave comments

We need to be able to leave comments on the characters, episodes and items featured on this site.

--Aggression25 (talk) 01:44, October 28, 2015 (UTC)

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XD1 XD1 21 December 2017

Batman vs. Robin Coming This Spring From Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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XD1 XD1 21 December 2017

Free Tickets To Justice League: Throne of Atlantis World Premiere

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media proudly present the World Premiere of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis in Los Angeles on January 12, 2015. Filmmakers and members of the voice cast will attend the event for red carpet media interviews and a post-screening panel discussion.The screening will commence at 7:00pm, and attending talent will be announced as confirmed in the coming weeks. The Paley Center for Media is located at 465 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills.

A limited number of free tickets are available to the general public. Fans wishing to receive free tickets to the Los Angeles event on January 12 must RSVP via email to JLAtlantisLA@gmail.com.

The body of all fan RSVP emails MUST include the (1) name …

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Gcheung28 Gcheung28 4 December 2014

"Justice League: Throne of Atlantis" Available on January 27, 2015

You've all seen the news of a new Justice League movie, but now fans have gotten an official date for the release! On January 27, 2015, YOU can get the all-new 75-Minute DC Universe original movie on Blu-Ray Combo Pack, DVD, and Digital HD! In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, the newly formed Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman discover another super hero on the planet – Aquaman – and the group must band together to prevent a war between the inhabitants of land and sea.

Here are all the details:

In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Cyborg discovers an imminent threat in the depths of the oceans so powerful that it rallies together the newly formed Justice League. Meanwhile, wandering thousands of feet above the ocean…

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Gcheung28 Gcheung28 24 September 2014

VOTE NOW: DC Heroes vs. Villains

Celebrate the awesomeness that is the DC universe by joining our DC Heroes vs. Villains Bracket Tournament! Some of your favorite heroes and villains need your help to make it to the next round, so check out the tournament and vote for your favorites now! Just click this link to participate, and feel free to share the tournament with your friends.

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Minn66 Minn66 1 September 2014

What do you think?

do you think that Wonder Woman and Batman need to be a couple? Or do you think Superman and Wonder Woman need to be a couple?

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TheBlueRogue TheBlueRogue 31 July 2014

Batman: Assault on Arkham at San Diego Comic Con 2014

As a part of San Diego Comic Con 2014, Wikia brought along several fans to experience the exciting event. These fans were given the opportunity to directly experience these new developments in Batman, as well as discuss some details behind-the-scenes.

Wikia fans had the opportunity to interview the voice actors for Batman and Joker in Batman: Assault on Arkham. Kevin Conroy and Troy Baker discussed their approach to voicing their respective characters. Check out the exciting video footage below!

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