Since the rise of the Internet in the late 1990s, it has become yet another of several media avenues for the Batman to court. This has taken shape primarily through webisodes - short episodes showcased on the World Wide Web. Although begun simply through an advertisement platform for the OnStar vehicle communications system, future Batman webisode series would be inspired by The New Batman Adventures and the successful Batman LEGO license in the 2000s. Likely the most popular would be Gotham Girls, a 30-episode interactive Flash cartoon which inspired a comic book series and eventual DVD release in 2008.
Batman: YTB has collected all of the Dark Knight's contributions to Internet television here for your viewing pleasure. So by all means, grab some popcorn and enjoy Batman on the Web.
The Dark Knight Detective, the citizens of Gotham City and AOL members have a new nemesis — Sin Tzu — who made his cyberspace debut in the original online Batman comic stripcreated for America Online by DC Comics.
OnStar and Batman come together to help advertise the OnStar System. OnStar premired five diffrent Webisodes on thier Website, each one featuring a diffrent villian.
Gotham Girls is a Web series that features several of the supporting cast from Batman: The Animated Series. Each mini-installment of Gotham Girls takes a look at some of the city's female characters.
Lego has provided a comic strip to go along with their current LEGO toys!