Lots Of Batman Coming To HBO Max In February

Earlier this month, the streaming service DC Universe officially turned into DC Universe Infinite. Instead of being a one stop shop for all things DC, it became exclusively a digital comic book service. The plan was to migrate all the DC movies and TV shows to HBO Max over time.

There’s already a lot of Batman content on the streaming service; from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy, to Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond. They have Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and a plethora of animated Batman movies. If all this doesn’t quench your appetite for all things Dark Knight, fear not! There is a whole lot more Batman coming in February.

The Burton/Schumacher anthology will be making its way to the service on February 1st. This includes Batman (1989) and Batman Returns starring Michael Keaton, Batman Forever with Val Kilmer and Batman & Robin with George Clooney. Whether it’s the dark and gothic Burton films or the light and campy Schumacher films, there’s a Batman film for everyone in there.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold will also be premiering on HBO Max on February 1st. Starring Diedrich Bader as the voice of Batman, this version of the character is geared more towards younger audiences, but can still be enjoyed by fans of all ages! The series is based on the DC Comics title The Brave and the Bold, which would feature two or more heroes teaming up. If there’s only one episode of this series you watch, I recommend “Mayhem of the Music Meister!”

Justice League and its sequel series Justice League Unlimited are also arriving on HBO Max in February. The follow up to Batman and Superman: The Animated Series, Justice League was a great addition to the acclaimed DC Animated Universe. Justice League Unlimited eventually ended the universe created by Batman: The Animated Series in 1992, with the episode “Destroyer.” Where all of DC’s heroes and villains united to take on Darkseid and his army of Apokolips.

Last, but not least, The Batman will premiere on HBO Max on February 15th. No, not the highly anticipated Matt Reeves film, but the animated series that debuted in 2004.

As the first animated version of the character after Batman: TAS’ huge success, The Batman had big Bat-boots to fill. Although the show had some unorthodox character designs (looking at you Joker), and was a greatly underrated show. It really hits its stride in Season 3 and is an under appreciated addition to the Batman mythos.

In non-Batman news, Man of Steel, Aquaman and Static Shock are also coming to HBO Max in February.

Which movie or show are you going to stream first? Is there one you haven’t seen that you’re going to give a try? Let us know!

Source: Batman-News.com

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