"Batman: The Animated Series" is undoubtedly the founding father of DC Comics animation. Its success is exemplified by the cultural impact the series has had on the titular character and the genre itself. The show jumpstarted an interconnected animated universe, introduced Kevin Conroy as the definitive voice of the Dark Knight, and served as the entryway for many into the vast world of superheroes. 30 years after its initial release, the imprint left by "Batman: The Animated Series" is...

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