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Batman has an expansive rogues gallery of great characters, heck DC Comics has a wide variety of great villains to choose from, yet the best they can come up with is Babyface and Mrs. Babyface sounds like a stereotypical gangster, which gets annoying quick, and Mrs. Manface is like a bizarro Dr. Girlfriend, only Dr. Girlfriend is a much better character. The Blue Beetle crushing on Huntress subplot was amusing. His conversation with Batman about women is quite hilarious. The idea of a warehouse where all the supervillain weapons are stored is a clever idea and with access to that sort of technology, one would be able to conquer the mob, I just wish a different villain were behind it because, good lord are these some lame villains.
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He takes the main stage here as he, along with Batman do battle with a group of rebel teens who have dubbed themselves "the Outsiders". Fans of Batman This is one of the best episodes of the series. It's full of the wacky silver age awesomeness that this show is known for. First you've got Elongated Man and Plastic Man teaming up to fight Babyface, a lame villain sure, but it's nice to see the You wouldn't think it, but this episode is just as good as the part that preceded it.
Two words, the Joker. Yes, Batman's arch-nemesis finally makes an official appearance. Not only does he appear, but he offers to forces with Batman to take down Owlman and It's written by Paul Dini, which is a major indicator of the high quality you're in for. It also features Bat-Mite voiced by Paul Reubens.
The episode is just so geekily awesome. There are references galore to the For the first time that I can recall, we actually get to see ALL the heroes working together. Ok, it's their villainous counterparts from a parallel dimension, but we still get to see a full team as opposed This episode is a gem. If ever there was a doubt in anyone's mind that this show ruled, this episode eliminated it, all of it. I mean come on, it's a lavish superhero musical with a villain voiced by Neil Patrick freakin' Harris. What more do They reprise the roles here and it plays to a similar effect.
The characters play off each other the same way and Booster is This episode is unique in a lot of ways. A lot of the episodes have Batman team up with a different DC superhero. This one has him team up with Robin. Also, the cold opens usually act as their own mini-episode. While that's the The cold open features Batman fighting rat creatures in the future with Kamandi.
At first I was perplexed, but if I recall correctly, the episode where he goes to the future ends with him still in the future so this picks up where that left. After the credits we The cold open shows Batman coordinating a fight against Despero with the Outsiders. After a few mistakes, they finally get the best of him. It's revealed that this was a computer simulation and they're going to do it again, until they get it right. The episode itself shows This is one of my favorite episodes of the series. It introduces this show's incarnation of Aquaman, who is awesome. I know, you think that there's no way that Aquaman can be anything other than lame, but this episode proves that theory wrong.
While his over It ties into Dr. Fate so, as one would expect, this is a pretty metaphysical episode, dealing with the lords of order and chaos as well as remaking the universe. For only twenty minutes, this was I always think that the episodes with him involved are going to be sub-par but they usually turn out to be rather enjoyable.
With villains who have names like Kite-Man and Rubberneck, my expectations were pretty low, but they Grodd travels to the future, where a great disaster has left the world in control of evolved anthropomorphic animals: gorillas, tigers, snakes, bears etc.
How Grodd knew about this, I don't know, but it doesn't matter. Batman follows him in an attempt to stop him. In an inverse They're exploring some undefined hideout. The banter between the two was well done, discussing the drawbacks of various gadgets and how no one appreciates the brains behind it all. The episode opensBatman the brave and the bold huntress
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