The Batman: the Animated Series release is great, and all, but I'm still hoping and praying for Warner Brothers to turn their attention to the comedy cartoons they made in the '90s, specifically the ones co-produced with Steven Spielberg. These shows were IMO every bit as good as the superhero stuff, but they got sort of buried when the particular kind of humor they did (not so much for little kids as for older kids, teenagers, and even adults) stopped being congenial to advertisers. Anyway, if WB were to ever get around to these shows, which would you most want to see? The four WB/Spielberg shows were: Tiny Toon Adventures (1990 - 93) Animaniacs (1993 - 98) Pinky and the Brain (1995 - 98) Freakazoid! (1995 - 97) I would most want to see Animaniacs, because while all of these shows were good, Animaniacs just had so much variety and inventiveness, particularly in its first 65 episodes on Fox (the episodes on the WB network weren't quite as good). Also, it incorporates Pinky and the Brain cartoons, so between it and the Pinky and the Brain show, I'd take Animaniacs. Even the lesser characters could do a superb cartoon, like the big-scale parody of "Les Miserables" with Rita and Runt. I hope WB eventually gives this show the Batman treatment: four-disc sets, commentaries (Peter Hastings, Sherri Stoner, and some of the other writers are very funny people who used to be with the Groundlings, and would probably do first-rate commentaries), documentaries. This show deserves to be better-remembered than it is.