History ComicBook / TheBatmanAdventures

26th Apr '17 8:27:55 AM PaulA
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* CassandraTruth: In ''Gotham Adventures'' #35, Bruce Wayne is by chance summoned for jury duty, for s trial against a minor criminal he helped to catch as Batman. When the judge asks him whether there's any reason he shouldn't be on the jury, he answers: "Yes. I'm Batman." Cut to a later scene with Batman and Robin discussing the scene:

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* CassandraTruth: In ''Gotham Adventures'' #35, Bruce Wayne is by chance summoned for jury duty, for s a trial against a minor criminal he helped to catch as Batman. When the judge asks him whether there's any reason he shouldn't be on the jury, he answers: "Yes. I'm Batman." Cut to a later scene with Batman and Robin discussing the scene:
26th Apr '17 5:45:15 AM Roo
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* AdaptationDyeJob: For some unexplained reason, in the majority of his appearances in ''Gotham Adventures'' the redesigned Joker is depicted with ''blue'' skin rather than his normal white.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: For some unexplained reason, in the majority first two-thirds of his appearances in the ''Gotham Adventures'' series, the redesigned Joker is tends to be depicted with ''blue'' skin rather than his normal white. This is corrected for the final third of the series' run, however.
26th Apr '17 5:34:32 AM Roo
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* AdaptationDyeJob: For some unexplained reason, in the majority of his appearances in ''Gotham Adventures'' the redesigned Joker is depicted with ''blue'' skin rather than his normal white.
26th Apr '17 4:00:00 AM Roo
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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In ''Gotham Adventures'' #36, Robin enters the Batcave to find Superman. After the initial surprise, he wonders what brings Superman to Gotham and begins listing possible reasons: Alien invasion, interdimensional demons, nuclear disaster, planets out of alignment, and Metropolis playing Gotham for the Stanley Cup.
26th Apr '17 3:46:15 AM Roo
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'''Batman:''' After everyone stopped laughing, the judge told me this was a serious matter and I should refrain from any further jokes. And then they put me on the jury.\\

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'''Batman:''' After everyone stopped laughing, the judge told me this was a serious matter and I should refrain from any further jokes. And then they put me on the jury.\\
26th Apr '17 3:45:08 AM Roo
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* CassandraTruth: In ''Gotham Adventures'' #35, Bruce Wayne is by chance summoned for jury duty, for s trial against a minor criminal he helped to catch as Batman. When the judge asks him whether there's any reason he shouldn't be on the jury, he answers: "Yes. I'm Batman." Cut to a later scene with Batman and Robin discussing the scene:
-->'''Robin:''' You did not.\\
'''Batman:''' Of course I did. What else could I do? I was under oath not to lie.\\
'''Robin:''' So... what happened? I mean, I assume you're not on the jury.\\
'''Batman:''' After everyone stopped laughing, the judge told me this was a serious matter and I should refrain from any further jokes. And then they put me on the jury.\\
4th Apr '17 10:51:17 PM MisterCPC
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* AdaptationalHeroism: As opposed to the SmugSnake he was portrayed as in the cartoon, here Hugo Strange is presented as an AntiVillain WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds acting out of despair and grief after Rupert Thorne had his son David murdered.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: As opposed to the SmugSnake he was portrayed as in the cartoon, here Hugo Strange is presented as an AntiVillain a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds acting out of despair and grief after Rupert Thorne had his son David murdered.
4th Apr '17 10:50:35 PM MisterCPC
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* AdaptationalHeroism: As opposed to the SmugSnake he was portrayed as in the cartoon, here Hugo Strange is presented as an AntiVillain WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds acting out of despair and grief after Rupert Thorne had his son David murdered.
25th Mar '17 10:49:50 AM Burmy
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* TheBardOnBoard: ''Batman and Robin Adventures'' #1's key plot is eerily similar to ''Theatre/{{Othello}}'' (Harvey Dent/Two-Face as Othello, Joker as Iago, Harvey's fiancee Grace Lamont as Desdemona, Bruce Wayne as Cassio, and even Harley Quinn as Emilia)
11th Feb '17 6:41:26 PM Temmere
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* ButForMeItWasTuesday: In ''Batman and Robin Adventures'' #1, Harvey Dent is on the verge of real recovery from his insanity until the Joker makes him think Bruce Wayne and Dent's girlfriend, Grace, are seeing each other behind his back. When Batman asks Joker why he did it, Joker says, "Because it was Tuesday!"
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