We Want ALL Of George Caltsoudas’ “Batman: The Animated Series” Prints

When Bob Kane and Bill Finger first premiered Batman back in 1939 in Detective Comics #27, there was no way they could fathom the popularity and longevity of the character.  Beloved by fans around the world, (our personal favorite as well,) Batman has been a mainstay in DC Comics for almost 80 years.  Bruce Wayne and the Dark Knight are pop culture icons of the highest degree and their legacy lives on through countless reiterations.

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One of our favorite reiterations was “Batman: The Animated Series.”  Developed by the mighty Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski, the show ran from 1992 through 1995 and featured the voice talents of Kevin Conroy, Bob Hastings, Loren Lester and Luke Skywalker, we mean Mark Hamill, as the Joker.

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Greek artist George Caltsoudas has put together a series of sensational prints that pay homage to each episode of the series and, as you can image, we absolutely desire each and every one of them.  Here is a look at series one through three and you will see why they are such coveted posters.

Series 1

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Series 2

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Series 3

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Head over to George’s website to see more from this series as well as ALL his incredible art.  The guy is a true talent and there is a plethora of prints to drool over.  Follow George on TWITTER for updates on new releases too.

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