Including at 3.45 a new daily series of Batman
The Dark Knight tackles his deadliest enemies ever in a three-minute slot each
Monday to Friday.
The 65 episodes aired over 13 weeks feature the most up-to-date adventures taken from the recent DC Comics series Batman: Knightfall and bring together some of the best-selling storylines, including Batman's crippling injury and the appearance of a rival for the mantle of the Bat.
Bob Sessions stars as Batman, and Michael Gough re-creates his movie role as Alfred the butler.
Written, adapted and produced by Dirk Maggs (For cast see Friday)
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