Lately, pretty much any alternate version of any familiar comic property dreamt up on DeviantArt gets big props from the online comics community, and I'm not surprised that a show that hits as many notes of popular generic media spliced with something as popular as Batman is getting oohs and aahs.
|this is funny for as long as it takes for you to figure who is what dumb TV high school stereotype|
I dunno. It just seems kind of like trying to make Batman work in Mean Girls, and if you're going to do that, why not make it Batman in day care. Or Batman in the old folks home. Or Batman in the office.
But I also know: there's going to be a large fanbase that feels that DC totally missed the boat by not doing this. I semi-respectfully disagree.
I don't know exactly why I'm not crazy about this. If anyone wants to speculate, we have a comments section.
I guess what I'm saying is I'm glad that DC went with The Brave and the Bold, instead. And not just because B: B&B has a rocking theme song.