Prime Video Previews ‘Batman: Caped Crusader’ Animated Series Episodes And Releases First Images

Amazon Prime Video has just announced that their new Batman: Caped Crusader animated series will premiere on August the 1st, 2024. A continuation of the beloved Batman: The Animated Series, we are all looking forward to seeing this short series.

Producers J.J. Abrams, Matt Reeves, and Bruce Timm have teamed up with Ed Brubaker, James Tucker, Daniel Pipski, Rachel Rusch Rich, and Sam Register to expand the mythology developed in their Batman: The Animated Series.

With only ten episodes in this new series, we will get to fall in love with a new world and dynamic art style all over again. The logline for this new series reads:

Welcome to Gotham City, where the corrupt outnumber the good, criminals run rampant and law-abiding citizens live in a constant state of fear. Forged in the fire of tragedy, wealthy socialite Bruce Wayne becomes something both more and less than human—the BATMAN. His one-man crusade for justice attracts unexpected allies within the GCPD and City Hall, but his heroic actions spawn deadly, unforeseen ramifications.”

Last year, Prime Video placed a two-season order on Caped Crusader after it was scrapped by HBO Max. So far, we know that it will feature known characters, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn, Commissioner Jim Gordon, and Clayface.

Originally airing from 1992 to 1995 on Fox Kids, The original run of Batman: The Animated Series ran for 85 episodes and received multiple Daytime Emmy Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award.

It then became The New Adventures Of Batman (running until 1998) but continued in the same timeline, with re-designed costumes and characters, and a brand new Bat Family, including a grown-up Dick Grayson as Nightwing, and Tim Drake’s Robin.

Batman: Caped Crusader has a lot to live up to, and we’re all looking forward to see where it takes us.

Source: Variety

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