Although Batman: The Animated Series began as a kid's cartoon, it brought with it an immensely complex level of psychological depth. I don't think it would be too much to say that Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and company raised a number of existential questions; ranging from the nature of friendship, the trauma of memory, betrayal, jealousy, loss, and above all justice and the possibility of redemption. In my opinion, Batman: The Animated Series is not far removed from a form of moral pedagogy. I treasure this show; I have watched its many episodes many times and, above all, I look forward to sharing it someday with my own children. I do believe that this is the finest compliment that I can give it. I absolutely adore this figure. It captures a spark of wonder that every child, and more importantly every adult, should always keep alive. Swipe left.
The picture that started it all! While @clairemichellenix is currently at the tip of the rocks in the top left in California where it all began I had to be to do a #tbt or #wbw whatever you get the point!