Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
is a hit around here. It started out a bit slow, but word around the forum is that it's grown into a behemoth that has started adapting nearly every major Avengers story and Marvel U status quo. Chris Yost is the showrunner, and he alway does a great job in comics and animation. The previews for season 2 look downright incredible, and I can't wait to check this show out. Look for it on Disney XD.
crafts an entirely new universe in the DC multiverse, and showrunner Greg Weisman is bringing the same obsessive-compulsive eye to detail that made his dearly departed Gargoyles and Spectacular Spider-Man such massive hits with the fans. After the sidekicks strike off on their own, Batman organizes them into a recon/shadow ops team to gather info on threats and conspiracies while the League, who appear generously, battle the cosmic world crushing foes. The show has been fantastic so far, but it's suffered from some horrible production delays, which have resulted in inconsistent air dates. Look for it to return to Fridays on Cartoon Network in June.
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
is about midway through its final short season. Hurry and catch it on Fridays, or pick up the DVD sets! Rumor has it that it will be replaced in 2012 or 2013 with a darker CG series, but maintaining showrunner and DCAU alum James Tucker.
is coming in 2012, with Bendis, Man of Action, Paul Dini, and Jeph Loeb behind the scenes. It looks like a lot of fun. Watch for it on Disney XD. Here's some shakey-cam of a preview:
Green Lantern: The Animated Series
is also headed our way, most likely with a pilot movie in the fall and the full series following in 2012. Bruce Timm is heading, with his style adapted into clone warsy 3D. Plot is Hal and Kilowog vs the Red Lanterns. Enjoy more shakey-cam, followed by a short clip that's been airing on Cartoon Network recently.