In this era of media proliferation, it's easy to miss news. After all, when all you hear is hubbub about whether or not Christine O'Donnell is a witch (she says she's not, but really, isn't that EXACTLY what a witch would say if caught?), you tend to enter a fugue state.
So, perhaps it's absolutely reasonable then that I missed some sad news. The third season of Batman: The Brave and the Bold will be it's last.
Here is what I went through upon learning this news. By posting it, I hope you readers will be able to cope easier than I did.
Denial: "What? Why? It's a successful, critically acclaimed show! People love it! I love it! Why would they do it?!?"
Anger: "Because Warner Brothers are jerks, that's why! I'll give them a piece of my mind!!!"
Bargaining: "Better yet, I'll see what I can do to spread awareness of the show! I'll post links on my blog, drive up sales... There's no way WB will let it die then!"
Despair: "Except, that really didn't work with Gargoyles, did it? I'm STILL waiting for Disney to release Season 2 Volume 2! WB will probably pull the same kind of nonsense, meaning I'll never see 'Mayhem of the Music Meister' on DVD!"
Acceptance: "Hmmm... When's the Young Justice cartoon start?"