Mama’s Geeky presents an exclusive first look clip of Kitty, Catwoman’s vehicle, who comes to life in a new episode of Cartoonito’s Batwheels.
Catwoman’s Vehicle Comes To Life In Batwheels [EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK]
Meet Kitty, Catwoman’s vehicle. In the below clip of an upcoming Batwheels episode, fans get an exclusive first look at Catwoman’s vehicle Kitty coming to life.
She joins the other vehicles that have been featured in the hit preschool series Batwheels, as they bring her to life to play a game. Things do not go according to Bam’s plan, however, as it is instantly clear just how wide-eyed and rambunctious she is. She captures the feel of a kitten perfectly!
The episode is titled “Bam’s Clawful Mistake” and it will be available to watch on May 1st. The description for this episode reads: Bam brings Catwoman’s Catmobile, Kitty, to life so the Batwheels can have even teams for their game of Bat-Ball, but the Kitty “Kitty” is too wild to be contained, despite Bam’s best attempts to convince her to play along.
Catwoman is voiced by Gina Rodriguez, and although she’s not featured in the above clip, she does appear in the episode. It’s been a while since new episodes of the popular preschool series have aired, so this marks the grand return of the series! Kids will be thrilled to see a new vehicle joining the Batwheels family, even if she is a bit too wild for Bam at first.
Underneath the superhero adventures, Batwheels teaches children about what it means to be a hero through its unique Hero curriculum. The curriculum aligns with Cartoonito’s Humancentric Learning framework that encourages kids to become the best version of themselves.
Every Batwheels episode will demonstrate a different character strength – self-awareness, concern for others, perseverance, and courage, among others – in overcoming personal and interpersonal challenges and will model how heroes contribute to the greater good.
This is just one of five new episodes of Cartoonito’s hit preschool series Batwheels that will debut on Monday, May 1st, 2023. The episodes first arrive on Cartoon Network and then will be streaming the next day on HBO Max.
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Batwheels marks DC’s first-ever Batman preschool series, offering young viewers a high-speed, vibrant CGI-animated iteration of the Caped Crusader.
Little ones and their families ride along with an amazing team of super-vehicles – Bam (the Batmobile), Bibi (the Batgirl Cycle), Redbird (Robin’s racecar), Buff (the Bat-Truck), and Batwing (the Bat-plane) – as they help Batman, Batgirl, and Robin keep the streets of Gotham City safe.
Whether it’s facing down the Legion of Zoom or one of Gotham City’s notorious Super-Villains, the Batwheels will use their incredible gadgets and creative teamwork to save the day.
Batwheels also showcases the value of friendship and teamwork and illuminate the rewards of these skillsets. Moreover, the series teaches children that while each vehicle has super abilities, the more important capacities that fuel their heroism are rooted in their intrinsic character strengths, knowing how to be a good friend and ability to work as a team.
Credits: Sam Register (Looney Tunes Cartoons) serves as executive producer. Michael G. Stern (Doc McStuffins) serves as co-executive producer, Simon J. Smith (Penguins of Madagascar) is supervising producer, and Steven Fink of Bang Zoom Ltd. is the producer.
Based on characters from DC, Batwheels is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Animation services provided by Superprod Studio.
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