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Team-Ups And Families: The Thematic Connection Between DC's Rebirth Era And 'Batman: The Brave And The Bold'

Batman: The Animated Series is arguably one of the most influential DC Comics properties of the past three decades --- at least where the Dark Knight himself is concerned. But the last year or so has seen a pretty interesting shift in how Batman is presented in the comics. The BTAS influence is never going away, but the past few months of the Rebirth era have shown us an entirely different influence on the Caped Crusader: Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
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