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- May 28, 2014
Mainly because the last animated content within that decade catering to both young and old had the shortest lifespan relative to content that appealed to the young or the old. Heck, before that we had a solo Batman show that lasted one season. The majority of recent live-action content are for that young & old audience which is why they happen to air on Cartoon Network or free-to-air tv. And that unfortunately for us is the big trendy thing in superhero media.Yeah, people really tout WB's animated DC output, especially when it comes to DC vs Marvel debates but I think WB's DC animated content has been lacking for the better part of the last decade in both quality and quantity. The one thing that they've been lacking the most is content that appeals to both young and old. HBO Max provides the perfect venue to change all that but with the announcements of Batwheels and the movie tie-in stuff it seems they prefer content to have a specific target demo.