#3. Batman: The Brave and the Bold
The animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold may never get its proper due. It was a great mix of serious and campy Batman, along with some tremendous meta-humor and a great examination of the relationships the Caped Crusader had with other DC superheroes. He was always teaming up with any one of a dozen or so regulars every episode such as Green Arrow, Aquaman and even Superman every now and again, and they all had different relationship dynamics that were well-explored in every episode. It was a fantastic show but is sadly only fondly remembered by a handful of fans.
Equally as tragic, there was a really fun side-scrolling beat-em-up video game made based on Batman: The Brave and The Bold, but it was and remains exclusive to the Nintendo Wii. The Nintendo Wii was an incredibly popular platform, but many games not developed by Nintendo had trouble finding an audience on the system, at least in part due to the rather large amount of poorly made ports put on the system for a quick buck without much effort.
But the Batman: The Brave and the Bold video game was wonderfully animated, played really well and did a great job capturing the spirit of the show it was based on. Again, it’s just a shame this is probably exclusive to the Nintendo Wii console forever, as it deserves a chance at another audience. Port it to the Nintendo Switch like they are doing to everything else or bring it to PC. Either way, it deserves a better fate than being chained to a console that people only remember for Wii Sports.