Evolution of Batman in Cartoons in 45 Minutes (2018)

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Evolution of Batman in Cartoons in 45 Minutes (2018)

A look at how animated Batman has changed since 1968. Thanks for watching! Make sure to write your suggestions in the comments below. List of cartoons and voice actors: 1. Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder (1968) - Olan Soule 2. Sesame Street (1970) - Olan Soule 3. The New Scooby-Doo Movies (1972) - Olan Soule 4. Super Friends (1973) - Olan Soule 5. The New Adventures of Batman (1977) - Adam West 6. Super Friends (1984) - Adam West 7. Batman: The Animated Series (1992) - Kevin Conroy 8. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) - Kevin Conroy 9. Superman: The Animated Series (1997) - Kevin Conroy 10. The New Batman Adventures (1997) - Kevin Conroy 11. Animaniacs (1997) - Adam West 12. Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (1998) - Kevin Conroy 13. Batman Beyond (1999) - Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy 14. Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000) - Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy 15. The Zeta Project (2001) - Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy 16. Justice League (2001) - Kevin Conroy 17. Static Shock (2002) - Kevin Conroy 18. Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003) - Kevin Conroy 19. Chase Me (2003) - Non-speaking role 20. Static Shock (2004) - Will Friedle 21. Justice League Unlimited (2004) - Kevin Conroy 22. Teen Titans (2004) - Non-speaking cameo 23. The Batman (2004) - Rino Romano 24. Batman: New Times (2005) - Adam West 25. Justice League Unlimited (2005) - Will Friedle 26. The Batman vs. Dracula (2005) - Rino Romano 27. Justice League: The New Frontier (2008) - Jeremy Sisto 28. Batman: Gotham Knight (2008) - Kevin Conroy 29. Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008) - Diedrich Bader 30. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009) - Kevin Conroy 31. Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010) - William Baldwin 32. Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2010) - Kevin Conroy 33. Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010) - Bruce Greenwood 34. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010) - Kevin Conroy 35. DC Super Friends: The Joker's Playhouse (2010) - Daran Norris 36. Young Justice (2010) - Bruce Greenwood 37. Batman: Year One (2011) - Ben McKenzie 38. New Teen Titans (2012) - Kevin Michael Richardson 39. Batman of Shanghai (2012) - Kirk Thornton 40. DC Nation's Farm League (2012) - Diedrich Bader 41. Justice League: Doom (2012) - Kevin Conroy 42. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 1 (2012) - Peter Weller 43. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 (2013) - Peter Weller 44. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013) - Kevin McKidd, Kevin Conroy 45. Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite (2013) - Troy Baker 46. Teen Titans Go! (2013) - Non-Speaking Cameo 47. Beware the Batman (2013) - Anthony Ruivivar 48. Tales of Metropolis (2013) - Kevin Conroy 49. Plastic Man (2013) - Kevin Michael Richardson 50. Riddler (2013) - Kevin Michael Richardson 51. JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time (2014) - Diedrich Bader 52. Justice League: War (2014) - Jason O'Mara 53. The Lego Movie (2014) - Will Arnett 54. Batman: Strange Days (2014) - Kevin Conroy 55. Son of Batman (2014) - Jason O'Mara 56. Batman Beyond (2014) - Will Friedle, Kevin Cornoy 57. Batman: Assault on Arkham (2014) - Kevin Conroy 58. Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered (2014) - Troy Baker 59. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015) - Jason O'Mara 60. Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League (2015) - Troy Baker 61. Batman vs. Robin (2015) - Jason O'Mara 62. DC Super Friends (2015) - Mark Gagliardi 63. Batman Unlimited (2005) - Roger Craig Smith 64. Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts (2015) - Roger Craig Smith 65. Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles (2015) - Michael C. Hall 66. Justice League: Gods and Monsters (2015) - Michael C. Hall 67. Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem (2015) - Roger Craig Smith 68. Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom (2015) - Troy Baker 69. Batman: Bad Blood (2016) - Jason O'Mara 70. Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash (2016) - Troy Baker 71. Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016) - Jason O'Mara 72. Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout (2016) - Troy Baker 73. Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants (2016) - Roger Craig Smith 74. Batman: The Killing Joke (2016) - Kevin Conroy 75. Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) - Adam West 76. Justice League Action (2016) - Kevin Conroy 77. Justice League Dark (2017) - Jason O'Mara 78. The Lego Batman Movie (2017) - Will Arnett 79. Justice League Action Shorts (2017) - Kevin Conroy 80. Batman and Harley Quinn (2017) - Kevin Conroy 81. Batman vs. Two-Face (2017) - Adam West 82. Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2018) - Diedrich Bader 83. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (2018) - Bruce Greenwood 84. LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash (2018) - Troy Baker 85. Batman Ninja (2018) - Koichi Yamadera Other Batman videos: Evolution of Batman in movies and TV: Evolution of Batman games:

Comments to the video: Evolution of Batman in Cartoons in 45 Minutes (2018)

saptarshi sengupta 11 hours ago
Batman has all the collection of his sute and here I thought it was different
Cassandra Helwig 1 day ago
corney 26 years streaght wow
Ifti Hossain 2 days ago
BATMAN
Shadow The Punisher 3 days ago
So Shadow The Hedgehog voiced Batman? Who would’ve thought?
Mateo Velasquez 3 days ago
do spider man
Dylan Geltzeiler 4 days ago
3:04 Hey, That T.Rex looks like the one from that episode of GODZILLA The Time Dragons. Plus, it was a Hanna-Barbera Godzilla. Just as Super Friends is done by Hanna-Barbera. Or should I say was? Anyway, aside from Hanna-Barbera Animation, Batman from the 1990S was more Action Packed. 4:49 Oh Yeah, As much as Superman. Even though The Man of Steel was presented 1st in the 40S, it took 20 Years in the 60S somewhere for the Dark Knight to catch up. 5:01 Especially meet in a more Modern Animation & join forces. 11:23 What mentioning of KC? 14:52 I've seen him take on better Looking Killer Croc appearances. 15:00 However, This illusion vision isn't to shabby. 17:20 The original 1990S Voice talent himself. So far, Kevin Conroy makes a good Batman aka Bruce Wayne.
Yump Bagle 4 days ago
I have a great respect for Adam West, but I feel Kevin Conroy portrays the character how he was originally intended. His voice has a lot of range, too. He can do both gritty and goofy.
אייל גואטה 4 days ago
I dont want to know how match time is batman evolution with the real movies
Mya and Emily Adventures 4 days ago
41:17 omg I’ve been searching for this I had no idea it was made in 2017 ahhhhhh
Zachary Gollub 5 days ago
EVOLOUTION OF ALFRED OR ROBIN!
Optimistic Watermelon 8 days ago
something. soul shattering! *batman starts singing*
Westley Smith 10 days ago
44 minutes and 59 seconds
Trader123 M 11 days ago
32:40 is that the voice of caption America
RealTDC Animates 11 days ago
27:00 SAVAGE
Roberto Singer 13 days ago
Why did Batman Ask Schooby-Doo to Drive?
batman the dark knight 13 days ago
Ik im a badass even tho all of the shit that ive bern tru
Yancey James 13 days ago
Robin and shaggy sound a lot alike..
Adam Cunningham 8 days ago
Yancey James Same voice actor
William Nelson 13 days ago
Oh wow I never noticed that part in the teen titans series
Otaku_GameFan 14 days ago
RIP Adam West.
Vladimir Abramov 14 days ago
How about evolution of Batcaves?
StrikerJM 15 days ago
11:14 your welcome
Zachary Lee 17 days ago
3:20 Kevin Conroy Is One Of The Best Batman Voice Actors Ever Too Me
Legobricker1200 18 days ago
The only one I really hated was the 2004
Mike the super saiyan 18 days ago
R.I.P Adam West
Zachary Lee 17 days ago
Mike the super saiyan 2:20 Never Mind Your Right
Zachary Lee 17 days ago
Mike the super saiyan but Adam west did not voice the cartoon Batman though 🤷
F.L.Watch 19 days ago
10:09 I think Kevin Conroy also did this one. *Wait a minute.*
F.L.Watch 19 days ago
6:55 Is it me, or did they rip off the symbiote?
F.L.Watch 19 days ago
45 minutes!?!? Yikes, what superhero has had more screen time?
Guddi Suthar 19 days ago
Ninja Batman
Austin Ryan 20 days ago
Some of these are soooo ridiculous! Under the red hood was the best cartoon movie I've ever seen.
The Legendary Chicken 22 days ago
Well it seems like batman is a popular show
thomas cockroper 23 days ago
superman: this is superman.what seems to be the trouble? robin: superman! we just saw a rabbit that was 8ft tall! superman:WHERE ARE YOU!?!?!?
attaboy 007 26 days ago
solo 10 non ne ho visti
The Batman 27 days ago
I am not a cartoon. I hate it when people make me a 2D entity.
IndigoWolf Soul 27 days ago
BATMAN DOES NOT BELONG IN ANIME. PERIOD
MrAwesome 'N Mario360 28 days ago
I now have *a lot* of batman-related movies to catch up on
batman begins 30 days ago
Is justice league unlimited a TV show or a movie
Adam Cunningham 18 days ago
batman begins A cartoon TV show
The Nerd 30 days ago
Batman ninja looks shit
THE NEW! 1 month ago
Adam west is in family guy
Adam Cunningham 18 days ago
THE NEW! Not an official DC product though.
Jerry ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ 1 month ago
Olan souled is the best
Andrew Ribaudo 1 month ago
Don't forget about those awesome Zeller's (Toy Store) TV Commercials from the 1980's!
papa adventuregaming 1 month ago
Something i would love, is batman anime.
Christian24James 1 month ago
Do evolution of Constantine plz
Justin Payne 1 month ago
Bat-tastic! 🦇💙💛🖤
Jade Delfin 1 month ago
Do Evolution of Batman in Comics, Movies, TV, and Cartoons please?
Laughing Jill 1 month ago
Super hero suits are so weird lol they almost always have tidey widies over the skin tight suits XD
sail2byzantium 1 month ago
So, what exactly is the Adam West, TV-show derived cartoon series seen toward the end of the video (e.g., @ 38:40)? That one has me curious--and interested. Thank you!
HystericalDark 1 month ago
Man, the last Batman clip.I mean, I like anime and all, but not sure how I feel about this.
Joe Dinnie 1 month ago
“180 degree bat turn”
Tekatar İnatör 1 month ago
'' Wakey, wakey Batman '' (Joker bitch slaps Batman ) Batman wakes up.'
Chris Alvarez 1 month ago
Kevin Conroy was born to voice Batman
Waheed Khan 1 month ago
Evolution of nightwing In cartoons
Stuart Melvin 1 month ago
what a great video fascinating, funny, great watch
blueyes white7 1 month ago
Smells like. Discipline.
Andy Tsen 1 month ago
kevin conroy is the real batman
Scott Besem 1 month ago
Best opening 4 seconds of any YouTube video ever
Jack Baer 1 month ago
i love how shaggy and robin have the same voice actor
Travis Marshall 1 month ago
1:22 UH-OH! (checks 5 dollar bills) Phew! No turtle neck Lincolns. just a lot of winking Jacksons in my wallet. Ah, Jackson. The FRIENDLY President!
Emanouche 1 month ago
Wow, the animated series was truly the pinnacle of batman cartoons in my opinion. though I heard the killing joke is excellent, I'll have to check it out sometimes.
Don Burgess 1 month ago
A few of those voice actors sound almost exactly like Kevin Conroy.
FuturebloodMagic The great wolf spider Paradox 1 month ago
wow you care if I never heard about Ninja Batman
Deanna Bailey 1 month ago
Kevin Conroy is the best!!
Deanna Bailey 1 month ago
Batman tas for the win!!
black heart19 1 month ago
Rip adam west 😢
black heart19 11 hours ago
same
saptarshi sengupta 11 hours ago
RIP in peace I loved him
Michael Klump 1 month ago
How do YOU know Lincoln never wore a turtleneck sweater?
Penny Sautereau 1 month ago
That first clip, the 180 bat turn to use the jet flame to thaw out frozen cops? To quote Batman himself; If I had a WEEK I couldn't explain all the ways that couldn't work.
big man on campus 1 month ago
Damn I miss when I was young and I would watch scooby doo meets Batman and robin
big man on campus 1 month ago
Suck simpler times
The Mr. GG 1 month ago
40:12 The most Badass moment of Batman I've ever seen 😂😂😂😂😂
Nohawk 1 month ago
That Nite Owl cameo in teen titans go though
Kristopher Robinson 1 month ago
Bruce Wayne's look in TAS looks so much like Ben affleck it's scary
Merhil Gkç 1 month ago
Please do the evolution of zatanna
Don Jandro 1 month ago
Kevin Conroy is still the best batman voice
wolftomos pro 1 month ago
At 41:48. That was funny 😂
OPMDBZROK 1 month ago
The last one is an anime not cartoon.
Adam Cunningham 18 days ago
OPMDBZROK Animes and cartoons are the same thing.
DrXshock 1 month ago
Kevin Conroy, the best Batman EVER.
no 1 month ago
Throne of Atlantis came in 2015 not 2014
Brian i'm out 1 month ago
Troy baker voiced Batman, Joker, two- face and many more. He can make a whole animated series with only one Voice actor
Panda Boy 1 month ago
11:38
M. Bu 1 month ago
Forever Kevin Conroy
Deanna Bailey 1 month ago
M. Bu YESS!!!!
teto85 1 month ago
Kevin Conroy IS best Batman.
Tony Montana 2 months ago
50 Years Holy Sgit
عبد الخالق الهتار 2 months ago
اوةوووووووووووووووووو
TheLBat 2 months ago
Rip Adam west
MAXIMILLIAN GIAMMONA 2 months ago
with the exception of the toy based and ninja one, the 3D batman didn't look to good.
langi tautuaa 2 months ago
now the he doesn't have a smile on his face Lol
Ento: The Chesnaut Knight 2 months ago
WHat the fuck happened in the dark knight returns
koropokkur 2 months ago
If you decide to watch Batman:Ninja, you'll want to watch the subtitled version. English voice-overs and dialogue changes used every cliche in the book to make it edgy.
Totally Not Volt 2 months ago
41:21 I watched that on my flight to Las Vegas. It was a nice movie, except for the part when Harley DOES IT in an apartment with Nightwing. Not a pleasant scene.
Hayden Carter 2 months ago
Thanks for the animated batman information 😄
prizegotti 2 months ago
Kevin Conroy is the best Batman.
Jacob Moore 2 months ago
Smells like.discipline
Cole Carver 2 months ago
In justice league unlimited wow Batman or excuse me Bruce can sing
DK Miner99 2 months ago
Does this mean scoobydoo is technically in the dc universe?
DK Miner99 2 months ago
The 180 degree bat turn
Batarang06 2 months ago
It’s funny how batman even scares death
Ghost Pro 2 months ago
41:49 what the hell?
Justin Carawan 2 months ago
I had no idea there were so many versions!
84 Tubbs 2 months ago
Those early Batman cartoons were pure trash
Paul Polpiboon 1 month ago
Technically the first two clips are not correct. It's showing Adam West voicing the Batman Cartoon as 2nd, and then the Superfriends show as 1st. But the correct order is the Batman cartoon was FIRST which sure as heck was not Adam West (altho West barged into that at the end seasons). And the second thing would then be the Superfriends. So 1st: Olan Soule, the VERY FIRST BATMAN CARTOON IN HISTORY. (then Adam West barged in this very show, who was never really batman) 2nd: Olan Soule, The legendary SUPERFREINDS. (adam west once AGAIN barges in at the end) Next was a show called the animated series, but before that basically OLAN SOULE properly represented the comic books precisely, Olan Soule had shown thee actual character and Soule had reigned for two decades, WHICH. is during the decades of all the greatest Batman comics (DKR, Rogers, Golden, Aparo, Neal Adams, etc). When that animated series thing came along (bruce timm) it completely neglected what Soule had represented, and the animated series was literally backwards of the actual long time successful character called BRUCE WAYNE. Backwards because Batman since day one was and IS a THIN and SLENDER man (w/near superhuman strength of course), while that animated series made him huge and bulky. But the Batman is a slim and sleek physique.so kind of a huuuuge overlooked detail there. For 50 yrs Batman has always been a Michael Jordan type body, a gymnast type body, while the Animated Series made him into a bulky large Hulk Hogan type. A giant Arnold Schwarzenegger. Which is greatly false, the Batman does not use brute force or size and mass. AT ALL. Period. The Batman uses SPEED and technique, like a ninja or a ballerina. Batman uses skill and deadly coordination, w/frightening accuracy. He is a Michael Jordan type, a BRUCE LEE type. Bruce Lee is considered near superhuman, and is regarded by all pro athletes as perhaps one of the greatest athletes that ever existed. The animated series is certainly not a ballay type, a Michael Jordan type, or a Bruce Lee type. Neal Adams himself has printed Batman is basically a 6'3 BRUCE LEE. That animated series thing did it backwards because they made a voice of some tough guy with a gruff deep voice who acts all tough and grumpy. But the long time Batman since day one has been a brainy clever fox, he was and IS the greatest scientist in the universe. Batman had all these gadgets left and right, because he invented the zaniest devices that defied the very laws of physics. The Bat grapple, the Bat laser, the Bat this, the Bat that. In the early Bob Kane comics Batman actually invented Night vision before it actually existed in the real world. Like Olan Soule, Olan Soule represented the super genius brain, who used the most brilliant psyche tactics, was the most brilliant strategist on earth, the most brilliant scientist in the universe..not the big grumpy tough guy who relies on mass and size that the animated series tried to side wind with. A severe contrast between animated series and the Batman character; brute thug vs. Sharp scientist genius. That animated series was very backwards by it's very fundamental quality of no longer using realistic art which is the very definition of comic books. Comics used realistic art 95% as it's main characteristic, NOT bruce timm funny art. Comics are literally the opposite of Dick tracy, Popeye, Archie comics, bruce timm; all wacky doo free style art. Comics are exactly like amazing photographs (realistic) but they're like talented photographs through the lens of human eyes. The animated series had gone the opposite direction of what defines comic books: IT'S VERY ART. During alllll the decades of all the greatest Batman comics Olan Soule had shown thee actual character and Soule had reigned for two decades, his voice wasn't perfect (far from it) but it was certainly by far the closest to the brainy, genius, clever, foxy, rational mad scientist super hero that Kane invented. After the moment the animated series had stumbled in: all the following media from that point on simply took the animated series lead from there (w/a gruff brute voice and large body, false character), always neglecting the established character and the long time successful epic comic books. If you really wanna know what a Batman is, you'll have to (w/no way around it) understand at least two concepts: The SHADOW. and BRUCE LEE. If you don't even know what those two things are it's a lost cause.
Yep It's Nicholas Greer 2 months ago
I like when batman is serious.
c knott 2 months ago
Awesome collection of clips!