History Fridge / BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold

7th Sep '17 8:41:27 AM Derpyhooves1
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* At first, I was wondering why Robin in this show seems more arrogant, hot blooded and jerky than the usual portrayals of Dick Grayson. Then it came to me, Robin is more likely to be a spoiled rich kid in this continuity than in other ones. Makes more sense to me, though I wish he'd learn from his jerkyness.
4th Jul '17 12:43:24 PM TheDisgaean
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* This troper first thought Thomas Wayne fighting off Lew Moxin and his cronies was just another Adam West as Batman joke. Then I remembered that he became Batman in at least two alternate universes, so the idea of him being able to hold his own in a fight doesn't seem like a stretch.
14th Apr '17 2:35:35 PM Xtifr
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* A meta example. In "Chill of the Night," ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is played by KevinConroy, opposite MarkHamill as ComicBook/TheSpectre.The Spectre continually tries to push Batman over the edge and make him kill Joe Chill, so that he will become a remorseless murderer, while The Stranger knows that Batman will not falter. [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke In other words, The Joker is trying to give someone "One Bad Day," while Batman knows that his target is better than that]].

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* A meta example. In "Chill of the Night," ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is played by KevinConroy, Creator/KevinConroy, opposite MarkHamill Creator/MarkHamill as ComicBook/TheSpectre.The Spectre continually tries to push Batman over the edge and make him kill Joe Chill, so that he will become a remorseless murderer, while The Stranger knows that Batman will not falter. [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke In other words, The Joker is trying to give someone "One Bad Day," while Batman knows that his target is better than that]].
19th Feb '17 4:14:08 PM Scorntex
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* Jaime's interaction with the Scarab shows it's got some measure of sentience, and with Jaime's influence becomes good. And then at the end of ''Revenge of the Reach'', the Guardians of the Universe plan to destroy all the other scarabs... so basically, the little blue guys are killing off an entire species.
7th Jan '16 8:16:53 PM nombretomado
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* A meta example. In "Chill of the Night," ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is played by KevinConroy, opposite MarkHamill as TheSpectre.The Spectre continually tries to push Batman over the edge and make him kill Joe Chill, so that he will become a remorseless murderer, while The Stranger knows that Batman will not falter. [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke In other words, The Joker is trying to give someone "One Bad Day," while Batman knows that his target is better than that]].

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* A meta example. In "Chill of the Night," ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger is played by KevinConroy, opposite MarkHamill as TheSpectre.ComicBook/TheSpectre.The Spectre continually tries to push Batman over the edge and make him kill Joe Chill, so that he will become a remorseless murderer, while The Stranger knows that Batman will not falter. [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke In other words, The Joker is trying to give someone "One Bad Day," while Batman knows that his target is better than that]].
7th Jan '16 5:06:24 AM SpideyTerry
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** This is especially jarring as in the same episode he briefly waxes nostalgia over the BatmanTheAnimatedSeries episode "The Laughing Fish" which Harley Quinn was featured in.
20th Dec '15 5:51:40 PM nombretomado
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** Which means that SilverAge Batman, despite his {{camp}}iness ruining the darkness of Batman, was actually the best and most efficient crimefighter out of the versions. Which also means that UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}} and [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Dark Age]] actually made Batman less realistic than the SilverAge.--@/{{Yarrunmace}}

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** Which means that SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] Batman, despite his {{camp}}iness ruining the darkness of Batman, was actually the best and most efficient crimefighter out of the versions. Which also means that UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}} and [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Dark Age]] actually made Batman less realistic than the SilverAge.UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}.--@/{{Yarrunmace}}
15th Dec '15 2:16:57 PM fruitstripegum
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* The wierd visuals like the multiple AQUAMANs and sudden scene changes during AQUAMAN's Rousing Song of Heroism may seem like just another AcidTripSequence, but remember that he and Captain Atom are in what is effectively the JLI version of the Danger Room. It wouldn't be that unusual for this series, or out of character for AQUAMAN to have pre-programmed a musical number into the hologram generator just in case he had a chance to go full-on ham with a RousingSpeach.

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\n* The wierd weird visuals like the multiple AQUAMANs AQUAMEN and sudden scene changes during AQUAMAN's Rousing Song of Heroism may seem like just another AcidTripSequence, but remember that he and Captain Atom are in what is effectively the JLI version of the Danger Room. It wouldn't be that unusual for this series, or out of character for AQUAMAN to have pre-programmed a musical number into the hologram generator just in case he had a chance to go full-on ham with a RousingSpeach.
RousingSpeech.
5th May '15 3:39:14 PM blitzking
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* Wong Fei from ''Return of the Fearsome Fangs'' is probably the worst sensei I ever seen. He ever insults his pupils no matter if they do well or bad, claims they kneel him like an attention whore... no wonder if only ONE of FIVE students completed his training... also just because "the plot demand it".
14th Apr '15 5:29:34 PM nombretomado
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** Which means that SilverAge Batman, despite his {{camp}}iness ruining the darkness of Batman, was actually the best and most efficient crimefighter out of the versions. Which also means that UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}} and DarkAge actually made Batman less realistic than the SilverAge.--@/{{Yarrunmace}}

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** Which means that SilverAge Batman, despite his {{camp}}iness ruining the darkness of Batman, was actually the best and most efficient crimefighter out of the versions. Which also means that UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}} and DarkAge [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks Dark Age]] actually made Batman less realistic than the SilverAge.--@/{{Yarrunmace}}
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