On March 8, Kids' WB! brings you Super Hero Saturday, an action-packed television event like nothing you've seen before!
On that morning, "The Spectacular Spider-Man" premieres on Kids' WB!, "The Batman" comes to its final exciting conclusion, and "Legion of Super Heroes" returns with all-new episodes on The CW.
"The Spectacular Spider-Man" makes its world network television debut with back-to-back episodes. "Survival of the Fittest," which introduces the series and its many characters while pitting Spider-Man against Vulture, airs at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT; Spider-Man's first confrontation with Electro is featured in "Interactions" at 10:30 a.m. ET/PT.
Multiple Emmy Award winner "The Batman" closes its fifth and final season with a full-hour "movie" entitled "Lost Heroes" at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT. In the special TV movie, the most powerful members of the Justice League are abducted one-by-one. Batman, Robin and Green Arrow discover the mystery surrounding their disappearance – The Joining has returned (with some earthly villainous assistance) and has transferred the Justice League's powers into alien androids. It's up to Batman, Robin and Green Arrow to help their JL friends regain their powers and prevent an alien invasion. The one-hour special includes appearances by Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash, Superman, Green Arrow, Toyman, Mirror Master, Dr. Hugo Strange and The Joining. The film is written by Stan Berkowitz and Alexx Van Dyne, and directed by John Fang and Vinton Heuck.
Post by Oswald Cobblepot on Mar 3, 2008 10:02:58 GMT -5
I font know if i like the idea of the joinning returning? i like the apperance of toyman but i had hoped it would be somthing like "rumors" were are the batman villians team up with the justice league villians. but if they are making the joinning return they better be more powerfull or have new robots.
Post by ??The Riddler?? on Mar 3, 2008 15:06:47 GMT -5
Actually, we did get that other episode of Riddler. It just cam in the form of his origin episode and aired in either season 3 or 4.
[shadow=green,left,300] Season 4, "Riddler's Revenge" the post must have been when I got the letter from Rob and Nancy. Speaking of which I will be seeing Mr. Englund this week, he maybe got three performances at Riddler but they were pretty wicked! Thanks for the wicked time TB, I will continue watching our past memories. [/shadow]
its now called lost heroes... dunno why the change in title but its just a shame its ending - for a series that i have loved from the start its come too soon - but the only flaw i have always had is where did Yin go!?
"Another season, another reason, for makin' trouble"
Post by arkhamfiles22 on Mar 4, 2008 14:14:37 GMT -5
I'm so angry that this is the series finaly. It just doesnt seem fair that theyre ending it like this, missing so many villians they could have done. And I realy wish they weren't ending it with the Justice League. They have their own show. This is The Batman so it should end with a plot being around Batman.
It's going to be a Spectacular Saturday on March 8 when Kids' WB!/The CW brings you the broadcast premiere of "The Spectacular Spider-Man" and the series finale of "The Batman" in the form of a special one-hour television movie, "The Batman: Lost Heroes."
"The Spectacular Spider-Man" debuts with back-to-back episodes. "Survival of the Fittest" pits Spider-Man against Vulture at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT, followed by Spider-Man's first confrontation with Electro in "Interactions" at 10:30 a.m. ET/PT. More news and images on those episodes will come Wednesday and Thursday.
"The Batman" closes its fifth and final season with "The Batman: Lost Heroes" at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT. In the special TV movie, the most powerful members of the Justice League are abducted one-by-one. Batman, Robin and Green Arrow discover the mystery surrounding their disappearance – The Joining has returned with some earthly villainous assistance, and has transferred the Justice League powers into alien androids. It's up to Batman, Robin and Green Arrow to help their JL friends regain their powers and prevent an alien invasion. The one-hour special includes appearances by Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash, Superman, Green Arrow, Toyman, Mirror Master, Dr. Hugo Strange and The Joining. The film is written by Stan Berkowitz and Alexx Van Dyne, and directed by John Fang and Vinton Heuck.
Post by Oswald Cobblepot on Mar 5, 2008 9:46:19 GMT -5
OMG! that last pic there, of the robot's is So corney! i mean there just robots with the same color and symbol as the justice league! and looks like the same powers to!. i cant believe they used this instead of a cool batman, not justice league, villain team up were it was all the batman villains V.S the justice league.
I guess what I'm saying is that this episode looks like they all just ran out of ideas and are trying to end the season quickly.
Post by darkfire1978 on Mar 8, 2008 12:09:29 GMT -5
Great action scenes, great dialogue...but the ending was blah. Nothing like JLU and the last scene with Supes, Bats and Diana...that made me tear up but in the way of being proud at something and not sadness...like your child going off to college.
WIth the end of this show I was like, that's it? No emotional tug...? It almost made me think it wasnt going to end there...let's hope they decide to continue something.
<b>The more things change the more they stay the same
Yeah I was... I was wondering how HawkMan was able to carry that weight on his wings and how the Lantern's ring just lost juice. He could have recharged it. Overall it was good but didn't have much of an impact on me like Teen Titans last episode.
5 years... Its been great. I'm going to miss you The Batman!
Post by Oswald Cobblepot on Mar 9, 2008 10:34:31 GMT -5
I think if they ended the series with the season 4 finale it would of been great, it would of shown batman;s life and how he met the Justice league. to me, the season 5 finale was just an episode were they ran out of idea's and wanted to end the show.
Was any body else bothered by the idea of stealing Green Lantern and Hawkman's "superpowers", given that they don't HAVE powers, but rather abilities derived from technology? Chris
Yeah I thought that was rather "silly" (along with several other things lol). What I liked was the special weapon specifically designed to take down "super powered?" Hawkman was... a NET!? More than that, this net was also capable of incapacitating a highly advanced giant alien robot that also has Hawkman's "powers". And how / why would such a similar alien robot conjure a giant "egg beater"!?
As series endings go, I didn't think it was that spectacular. (No pun intended) I didn't think ending with Hugo Strange as the last villain was good. I would have gone with Lex Luthor or somebody else.
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Apr 30, 2014 15:20:16 GMT -5
aikidodoc: Adopting a 13 year old boy from Bulgaria who is a huge batman fan (which is how I came on this site by a google search. Any help in finding a bulgarian batman comic source would be greatly appreciated. The DC Comic website said they couldn't help me.
May 6, 2014 9:29:31 GMT -5
manstink: hey has their ever been a like origin story on martha wayne. I think it would be cool if she were like in some kind of cult, and she was like ritualistically murdered for trying to leave the cult. Anyways thats my opinion.
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