History Characters / TheBatman

12th Jun '16 9:57:16 PM DuelMark
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* NeverMyFault: She's fired for the following: telling a girl to go behind her mother's back to date a boy she wasn't allowed to see, ignore the network's executives concerns and harass Bruce Wayne with a jilted-ex when he was promised he'd talk about a charity drive. To her, they just can't see past her "playful exterior".
3rd Jun '16 9:19:51 AM CaptainTedium
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* BrotherChuck: Disappeared after Season 2.
3rd Jun '16 9:18:34 AM CaptainTedium
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* BrotherChuck: Aside from a reference in "Artifacts", where it's stated she replaced Gordon as commissioner in the future, she's not seen or heard from again after Season 2, though she does appear on occasions in "The Batman Strikes" comic.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Aside from a mention in "Artifacts", where it's stated she replaced Gordon as commissioner in the future, she's not seen or heard from again after Season 2, though she does appear on occasions in the tie-in comic "The Batman Strikes".



* MsFanservice: She has her moments during the show.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Disappeared after Season 2.



** His lack of wits is highlighted at the end of "Riddled": Riddler tries to tell him that Yin is working with Batman, stating it as a ''very'' easy riddle which still leaves Rojas mystified.

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** His lack of wits is highlighted at the end of "Riddled": Riddler tries to tell him that Yin is working with Batman, stating it as a ''very'' easy riddle which still leaves Rojas mystified.mystified and requiring Yin to explain it to him. Rojas then assumes that the Riddler has no idea what he's talking about.
28th May '16 12:19:51 AM Doug86
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* MultipleChoicePast: We don't know whether he's a military genetic experiment gone awry, he deals with the wrong kind of voodoo magic in the swamps, or if he's simply a circus freak. However, if the tie-in comic, ''The Batman Strikes'' counts as AllInTheManual, then according to issue 25, he was both a military genetic experiment subject before escaping, then was part of a circus freakshow before escaping that and ultimately coming to Gotham, though it's still unknown if he was born like that as in the comics or if being part an experiment is the reason for his appearance.

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* MultipleChoicePast: We don't know whether he's a military genetic experiment gone awry, he deals with the wrong kind of voodoo magic in the swamps, or if he's simply a circus freak. However, if the tie-in comic, ''The Batman Strikes'' counts as AllInTheManual, AllThereInTheManual, then according to issue 25, he was both a military genetic experiment subject before escaping, then was part of a circus freakshow before escaping that and ultimately coming to Gotham, though it's still unknown if he was born like that as in the comics or if being part an experiment is the reason for his appearance.
24th May '16 1:26:34 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: As usual.
11th May '16 1:43:29 AM CaptainTedium
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* VillainousBreakdown: He goes completely nuts when forced to admit that he doesn't know Batman's true identity.
11th May '16 1:39:10 AM CaptainTedium
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* MagicPants: They remain even after h transforms.

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* MagicPants: They remain even after h he transforms.



* Expy: Appears to be based off the Clock King, in particular the Tem version.

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Appears to be based off the Clock King, in particular the Tem version.



** {{Expy}}: Of Brainiac. And probably the White Martians in the comics and the Alien Invaders in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' animated series "Secret Origins", right down to their enmity with ComicBook/MartianManhunter.

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** * {{Expy}}: Of Brainiac. And probably the White Martians in the comics and the Alien Invaders in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' animated series "Secret Origins", right down to their enmity with ComicBook/MartianManhunter.



* TrueFinalBoss: They are the final villains of the show, along with Huge Strange, who serves as TheDragon for them in the last two episodes.

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* TrueFinalBoss: They are the final villains of the show, along with Huge Strange, who serves as TheDragon for them in the last two episodes.



--> '''Voiced by''': Glenn Shadix

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--> '''Voiced by''': Glenn Shadix
Shadix, Creator/KathSoucie (as a child)
3rd May '16 12:59:30 PM SteveMB
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* InTheBlood: According to Alfred, his grandfather was employed by a Cobblepot who [[BadBoss treated him badly]], suggesting that Cobblepot's [[{{Jerkass}} obnoxiousness]] runs in the family.

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* InTheBlood: According to Alfred, his grandfather was employed by a Cobblepot who [[BadBoss treated him badly]], suggesting that Cobblepot's [[{{Jerkass}} obnoxiousness]] runs badly]]. Also, one episode features an attempt to retrieve a treasure stolen by a 19th century Cobblepot. Apparently, boorishnesss and criminality run in the family.
3rd May '16 12:02:55 PM KnownUnknown
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* BornUnlucky: Francis isn't just klutzy, he's extraordinarily unlucky - he mostly uses his powers to cover up the many, many times eh universe screws him over. Amusingly, from our heroes' perspective he's an ace criminal who accounts for everything simply because everything could go wrong for him already has over several resets.
2nd May '16 3:12:35 PM Tropetastic1995
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* TheStoic: Comes with being Batman. However, this version of Batman is actually amongst the more emoting ones, and he also has a functional life as Bruce Wayne. Unlike most versions, where his "Bruce Wayne" persona is an act, this version is much more genuine.

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* TheStoic: *TheStoic: Comes with being Batman. However, this version of Batman is actually amongst the more emoting ones, and he also has a functional life as Bruce Wayne. Unlike most versions, where his "Bruce Wayne" persona is an act, this version is much more genuine.
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