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Posted April 15, 2019 08:01:58 A cute animation of a cat and a taco traveling through the taco world was posted to YouTube by a YouTube user in Australia.

The video is called “Cat and Taco – An Animated Cartoon of Batman & Catman” and was recorded in March 2018.

The cartoon cat and taco are the two main characters of the Batman &Catman comic book series.

The clip was posted on April 15 and was watched over 1.4 million times.

Batman &Taco is the fifth book in the comic series, and the second book to feature Batman and his cat friends, Catwoman and Poison Ivy.

The Batman &catamans series has been around since the mid-1980s.

The series has featured numerous characters, from the Joker to Harley Quinn.

Batman has been seen wearing a mask, a cape and gloves, as well as an armor that is designed to mimic Batman’s powers.

Batman, Catman, and Robin are among the main characters in the series, along with Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Catgirl and Nightwing.

The first issue of the series was released in October 1977.

In addition to Batman and Tuna, Catmen, Batman, and Catwoman also feature Robin, who also has a cat costume.

The third issue of Catmen was released on February 2, 1980, and came with a new Catwoman costume.

In the fifth issue of Batman: Cat and Tonic, Cat & Tuna are reunited with Catman.

Batman is voiced by Tom Mison.

The cat and tacos appeared on the cover of Batman’s #10, dated April 14, 2019.

Batman was the first character to feature in a cartoon animated series.

He debuted in Detective Comics #1, written by Bob Kane and illustrated by Frank Quitely, in April 1962.

Batman debuted as Batman in Detective #4, written and illustrated as Batman by Joe Shuster and illustrated in Detective No. 8 by Joe Simon.

He appeared in Batman #21, written as Detective #1 by Tom King, illustrated by John Byrne and illustrated and drawn by Frank Miller, in October 1972.

The two-part animated series also included Batman as the voice of Alfred Pennyworth, a role that would remain in continuity until Batman was released as Batman: The Animated Series in January 2016.