Home>Cartoons>The Brave and the Bold and the Compulsively Hungry The Brave and the Bold and the Compulsively Hungry By Rob Bricken April 1, 2011 Cartoons, Comics 0 Comment Tonight’s Batman: Brave and the Bold features three of Batman’s “strangest” cases, presented by Bat-Mite. As long threatened, it includes a segment where Batman and Robin team up with Scooby-Doo and the gang, which is fun and funny and nostalgic and whatever. What I didn’t realize is that the Joker and Penguin were going to put Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy on one end of a giant scale, above a pool filled with sharks, or that they would put Scooby on the other side of the scale with a massive pile of Scooby snacks, so that as he ate them the others would be dropped into the shark tank, or that Scooby would be unable to resist eating those snacks and would definitely kill all his friends if Batman hadn’t shown up and thrown a goddamned batarang in his mouth. I also didn’t know that Weird Al Yankovic would be stopping by: ?And that’s only one segment of the episode, people. … I ask again: Why the fuck is everyone not watching this show? (Via Comic Book Resources) Tweet Pin It Related Posts SDCC: See The Walking Dead Walk in This Horrible Bootlegged Trailer I wish to hell companies would instantly release trailers online after by Rob Bricken EXCLUSIVE: Valiant “8-Bit” Variant Comic Covers Level Two Revealed, Plus GIVEAWAY! To celebrate its company crossover event, Valiant Comics recently unveiled a by Luke Y. Thompson About The Author Robert Bricken is one of the original co-founders of the site formerly known as Topless Robot, and its first editor-in-chief, serving from 2008-12. He brought the site to prominence with “nerd news, humor and self-loathing” as its motto, raising it from total internet obscurity to a readership in the millions, with help from his savage “FAQ” movie reviews and Fan Fiction Fridays. Under his tenure Topless Robot was covered by Gawker, Wired, Defamer, New York magazine, ABC News, and others, and his articles have been praised by Roger Ebert, Avengers actor Clark Gregg, comedian and The Daily Show correspondent John Hodgman, the stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Rifftrax, and others. He is currently the managing editor of io9.com. Despite decades as both an amateur and professional nerd, he continues to be completely unprepared for either the zombie apocalypse or the robot uprising.