Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce recreated their big screen roles of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on radio from 1939 to 1946. The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes was one of radio’s most popular detective dramas and featured the duo in a mix of classic Holmes stories and original radio plays. When Rathbone gave up the role in 1946, Bruce co-starred in a final radio season with actor Tom Conway before he too left the show.
The universe is considered to be made up of eight cartoon series, thirteen comics book series, four (possibly five) movies, and two web series.
DEFINITIVE UNIVERSE CANON:
There are eight series that for sure make up the universe (in chronological order):
* Batman: The Animated Series Seasons 1-3 (Season three is sometimes called The Batman and Robin Adventures)
* The New Batman Adventures or Batman Gotham Knights Season 1
* Static Shock Seasons 1-4
* Superman The Animated Series Seasons 1-3
* Justice League Seasons 1-2
* Justice League Unlimited Seasons 1-3 (Or 1-2 according to the DVDs which shipped Seasons 1 and 2 as “Season 1” and 3 as “Season 2”)
* Batman Beyond Season 1-3
* The Zeta Project Season 1-2
Despite fan speculation and some evidence supporting it, the Teen Titans series IS NOT in DCAU continuity according to everyone at the Titan’s studio and Bruce Timm and Co., and unlike other non-canon material, that was forced into continuity by fans, a majority of fans DO NOT want the series in the DCAU.
There are thirteen comics book series that Timm confirmed as NON-CANON but are considered to be in canon by fans:
*The Batman Adventures 1-36
* Batman and Robin Adventures 1-25
* Superman Adventures 1-66
*The Batman Adventures : Lost Years 1-5
* Gotham Adventures 1-60
* Adventures in the DC Universe 1-19
* Batman Beyond (Limited Series) 1-6
* Batman Beyond 1-24
* Gotham Girls 1-5
* Justice League Adventures 1-34
* Batman Adventures 1-17
* Batman : Harley and Ivy 1-3
* Justice League Unlimited 1-48
There are four movies based on their respective series:
* Batman: The Mask of the Phantasm (Falls somewhere between BTAS seasons 1 and 2)
* Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero (During or after BTAS Season 2)
* Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (During TNBA)
* Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (After BB Season 3)
As of right now it is unknown if Superman Brainiac Attacks is part of the DCAU continuity. It was not originally intended to, but it has almost all the same voices and character designs and it would fit perfectly between the last season of S:TAS and the first season of Justice League.
Also Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths original script was intended to fill the gap between Season 2 and the first Season of Unlimited. The original project never got the green light and it was recycled as independent movie. Still many subtle nod and references are scattered throughout the movie.
Though they featured different voices and designs Gotham Girls and Lobo, two macromedia flash series, are considered canon by fans and non-canon by Bruce Timm, despite massive fan demand they still have not been released in a DVD form.
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ANY ANIMATED SHOW OR MOVIE OUTSIDE OF WHAT LISTED HERE IS NOT DCAU THE UNIVERSE IS CONSIDERED RETIRED TV WISE!
Oh man, i heard a friend talking about the funko pop finding nemo figurines getting a lot of hate and…. WHAT?? I’d never heard of these but i immediately want them! Its such a relief that for once funko pop is actually trying something different, and blending the film’s art style with their own instead of just making a million people doing the same pose. And the dory one looks especially adorable, it feels like a self parody of their odd eye art style and its just SO SWEET! Dory looks like a toaster! THAT IS A COMPLIMENT IN BUNNI LANGUAGE aaaa but bruce makes me so happy cos he was my fave and he’s never had merchandise and he looks like such a cute lump THEY ARE ALL AWESOME I dont even usually like funko pop and I love these!!
Army of Darkness is a 1992 American horror comedy film directed by Sam Raimi. It is the third installment of the Evil Dead franchise. The film was written by Sam Raimi and his brother Ivan, produced by Robert Tapert, and stars Bruce Campbell (also acting as co-producer) and Embeth Davidtz. Continuing from Evil Dead II, Ash Williams (Campbell) is trapped in the Middle Ages and battles the undead in his quest to return to the present.
The film was produced as part of a production deal with Universal Studios after the financial success of Darkman. Filming took place in California in 1991. Army of Darkness premiered on October 9, 1992 at the Sitges Film Festival, and was released in the United States on February 19, 1993. It grossed $11.503 million domestically and another $10 million outside the USA for a total worldwide gross of $21.5 million. Critical response was positive. Since its video release it has acquired a massive cult following, along with the other two films in the trilogy. The film was dedicated to Irvin Shapiro, who died during the film’s production in 1989 on New Year’s Day. The effects artist on the film was Greg Nicotero and Howard Berger from KNB Effects.
Summary: Dean and the reader meet during summer vacation and fall in love, only to have to separate at the end. They’re both surprised when they end up at the same school after the reader moves. (Basically Grease but in modern times).
Women who spend stacks of money on all kinds of products and surgeries in order to live up to male-imposed beauty standards are vain bimbos, but men who undergo thousands of dollars worth of plastic surgery in order to look like barbie dolls for their own sexual gratification are brave. Bye, lol.