I don't think any cartoon is an exact adaptation of their comic book counterpart. It's cliche to say, but I'd start with Batman: The animated series. In this case it wasn't really the show trying to be the comics, but since that show came out I've felt many Batman writers have take their inspiration from the show. The 90s Spider-man cartoon actually adapted arcs from the comic, and in a way felt similar yet its own thing. And I'd argue that the Justice League cartoon at least had the same tone as the comics (the 1997 run, definitely not the Justice League comics of today). Honestly, if a show was the exact same thing as the comic then there wouldn't be much point in it, would there?