In 1997, producers finally caved to fan demand and presented a Batman/Superman team-up with the Emmy-winning "World's Finest."
Articles by G. Kendall
Which Batman: The Animated Series episode earned a thumbs-down from the series' co-creator? And what's its connection to a failed Nintendo console?
The game-changing Justice League animated episode "A Better World" began as a potential adaptation of the 1999 DC graphic novel Earth 2.
How did X-Men: The Animated Series manage to adapt a Marvel Comics storyline that was still in progress at the time?
Is it possible that a Batman: The Animated Series comic book tie-in presented a far superior take on Catwoman?
Batman: The Animated Series brought an obscure figure and classic story from the comics into the mainstream. But is there a glaring plot hole?
Why couldn't the X-Men film happen in the '90s? And which one-time Hollywood icon had a cameo written into the script?
Did the New Batman Adventures destroy a classic formula? And did the tie-in comic contain a pivotal Batgirl scene?
A change in networks and censorship rules allowed a banned Bat-villain to finally debut, but was it worth the wait?
Which Academy Award-winning actor provided the voice for one of Spider-Man's... perhaps lesser foes?
Batman: The Animated Series is considered a classic these days, but would it have taken off without the help of Tim Burton's Batman reimagining?
Is it possible Hollywood superstars and multi-million dollar budgets can't compete with a '90s cartoon series?
Two obscure figures are made mainstream by Batman: The Animated Series. And what's the most obscure reference to '70s Marvel to appear on the show?
In an era when Dungeons & Dragons was accused of causing kids to kill themselves, how did it become a Saturday morning cartoon?
How did X-Men: The Animated Series shock fans both old and new? And which two X-villains were named after jokes on the page margins?