You can watch every movie in the Dark Knight trilogy

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We refer to those classic Burton and Schumacher films: 1989’s Batman, 1992’s Batman Returns, 1995’s Batman Forever, and the aforementioned Batman and Robin, none of which are available to stream on HBO Max as of this writing. If you want to turn your Bat-fest into a full-on Batapalooza, you’ll have to head over to Amazon Prime, or whichever your favorite digital rental platform happens to be, for that classic Bat-action.

That’s not to say, though, that HBO Max has no other Bat-options for you. There’s an absolute treasure trove of DC animated shows and features to be found, starting with every episode of the fantastic, character-redefining Batman: The Animated Series. On the series front, you can also stream all three seasons of Batman Beyond, not to mention all 26 episodes of the computer-animated 2013 series Beware the Batman.

As for animated films featuring the Caped Crusader, well, there’s simply a ton to choose from. Stone-cold classics like Batman: Mask of the PhantasmBatman: Under the Red HoodBatman: Hush, and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (in two parts) are all available, not to mention such Bat-centric features as Justice League Dark and Justice League: Doom, the latter of which (for our money) is one of the best Batman stories of the entire bunch.

Finally, if you simply must have more live-action Bats, HBO Max has the DC Extended Universe entries Batman v. Superman: Dawn of JusticeSuicide Squad, and Justice League ready to rock. All in all, plenty of options for your Bat-viewing pleasure once you’ve burned through the Dark Knight movies, one of the finest superhero trilogies ever put to film.

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