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Old 02-18-2009, 12:32 PM   #51
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Who watched "The man who killed Batman"

That was a great episode and 1 of my favs.

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Yeah that's a great one. The Joker's eulogy is LOL

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JOKER: "*sigh*...well THAT was fun, who's for Chinese!?"

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Old 02-18-2009, 03:40 PM   #54
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I never seen that one.

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I never seen that one.
Don't you own the DVDs?

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I bought BTAS VOL 1 of 4 cds. It might be on Vol 2

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Yeah, it is. First three volumes are the classic style BTAS. TNBA is on volume 4.

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I will gey Vol 2 soon.

Favourite would Two-Face P1 & P2. I like Cat & The Claw on VOL 1.

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Old 02-19-2009, 02:29 AM   #59
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Yeah that's a great one. The Joker's eulogy is LOL
Definately one of the best bits in the show.

Joker had some brilliant lines in this show.

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So we all already know what happened to Joker, Ra's, Mr. Freeze, Harley, and Bane in the aftermath of BTAS into Batman Beyond...does anyone wonder what happened to Bruce's other rougues?

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It would be awesome if Bruce Timm made a DTV of "The Near Apocalypse of '09". That would be a good way to see whatever happened to many characters. It would be epic.

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Yeah it would be. Any further DCAU projects would be great. And not random/comic storylines with the Timm animation style like Braniac Attacks or w/e (ugh that movie sucked) or Doomsday (decent).

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Old 02-20-2009, 02:16 PM   #63
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Watched Christmas With The Joker,

Joker: " Jungle bells jungle bells Batman smells Robin laid a egg..."



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I watched Clock King, I thought it was allright.

Did anyone watch iit? if so what did you think?

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I like Clock King alot. Great episode...the other one with him, though, Time Out of Joint or w/e it's called...not a fan, to say the least lol

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Clock King was a good episode. Can't remeber time out of joint. Nice episode was POV

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I actually really liked the Clock King episode. I really wish they’d have brought this revamped version of the character into the comics in the same format that they did with Mr. Freeze or Mad Hatter. He had so much potential.

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The Clock King episode was fab. He was a terrific villain, and he came darn close to killing Batman, too.

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Old 02-27-2009, 11:14 AM   #69
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Clock King was awesome...his motivtion for becoming a supervillain was interesting. Don't take bad advice from future mayors people!

How do people feel about episodes like "I've got Batman in My Basement" and "The Terrible Trio"?

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I´ve got Batman in My Basement was awful. When I watched the title for the first time I thought it was going to be an interesting episode, the thing is it was handled well. I found the plot very thin, and the kids didn´t help either. It could be as cool as The Underdwellers, an episode with flaws but one that I love, but sadly it wasn´t.

As for the Terrible Trio, I don´t remember it pretty well, but I don´t think I liked it, was average.

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I've got Batman in My Basement made me hate kids helping superheroes as it undermines the villain AND the hero.

To me the Terrible Trio was just, well...boring... Just 3 rich college boys commiting crime because they were...bored...

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I always thought that kids with superheroes are badly handled. They could become important factors of emotion given the appropiate story, but they prefer the angle "kids save the day". It could work but then again, is not used appropiately and become cheese factor.

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B:TAS Ranks #2 on IGN's Top 100 Animated Series
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The Gotham night sky burns black and red. The bat signal shines bright and puts a few shady crooks on notice. And then the jet engine of the Bat's sleek tank ignites, the theme music kicks in and an animated icon is born. The opening titles of television's best take on a superhero to date signaled an era-defining change whose impact echoes to this day. From Justice League to Chris Nolan's recent adaptation of the Caped Crusader, TAS' Batman raised the bar and redefined what quality storytelling is. It tested how far one could go in the kid-friendly arena of cartoons and deliver something all ages could respect and appreciate. The stark and deliberate animation style, Kevin Conroy's gravel-lined voice and Mark Hamill's chilling Joker made the majority of TAS' episodes an event. The show even managed to give Batman things to do outside the trouble caused by his rogue's gallery: See the HARDAC episode "Heart of Steel" and "The Forgotten"'s depiction of Bruce Wayne as a homeless amnesiac for proof. "Near-perfect" is a phrase we don't use lightly around here, but one must give credit where credit is due when a show tells a mini-movie in its opening credits that's better than what most feature films can do. Why are you still reading this? See the episodes now for the first time or crack-out the boxset and settle in for a retrospective. Thank us later.

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Excellent

BTAS should been number 1 but that's ok.

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"Be a Clown"

favorite ep. Joker is crazy holmes

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