History Series / Batman

23rd Jun '17 8:04:10 AM nightkiller
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* MayorPain: While Mayor Linseed is rarely seen doing much (or seen, ''period''), he's generally painted as not much more competent than Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara. In Season 3 he gets replaced by Special Guest Villainess Nora Clavicle, who's much, ''much'' worse.

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* MayorPain: While Mayor Linseed is rarely seen doing much (or seen, ''period''), he's generally painted as not much more competent than Commissioner Gordon and Chief O'Hara. In Season 3 he gets replaced by replaces Gordon with Special Guest Villainess Nora Clavicle, who's much, ''much'' worse.worse than Gordon.
23rd Jun '17 7:58:25 AM nightkiller
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** When the Joker shows up at Woodrow Roosevelt High School just to taunt the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin are reluctantly forced to let him go -- not only is he out on parole and there's not enough evidence to justify his arrest on suspicion of vandalism, but Joker points out he can't even be picked up for loitering if he changes place every two minutes. Batman even hisses, "You jailhouse lawyer!"

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** When the Joker shows up at Woodrow Roosevelt High School just to taunt the Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin are is reluctantly forced to let him go -- not only is he out on parole and there's not enough evidence to justify his arrest on suspicion of vandalism, but Joker points out he can't even be picked up for loitering if he changes place every two minutes. Batman even hisses, "You jailhouse lawyer!"
23rd Jun '17 7:24:50 AM nightkiller
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** A non-window cameo was performed by 1960s singer Lesley Gore (Of "It's My Party" fame) who appears as Catwoman's sidekick Pussycat in the season two episodes "That Darn Catwoman" and "Scat Darn Catwoman." Gore even performs her then recent single "California Nights."
18th Jun '17 12:58:10 AM Arivne
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* AirVentPassageway: Batman and Robin infiltrate a building via air ducts in "A Riddle A Day Keeps The Riddler Away".

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* AirVentPassageway: Batman and Robin AirVentPassageway
** Episode "Smack in the Middle". The Riddler uses an air duct passage to
infiltrate a building via air ducts in the Moldavian Pavilion party.
** Episode
"A Riddle A Day Keeps The Riddler Away".Away". Batman and Robin use air ducts to infiltrate a building where the Riddler is holding a kidnapped king hostage.
11th Jun '17 11:40:43 AM bowserbros
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11th Jun '17 11:40:34 AM bowserbros
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[[DescribeTopicHere Holy page description, Batman!]]
6th Jun '17 3:11:59 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: The villains have shown this, ranging from being willing to [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shoot him]] when they get the chance, to putting traps near the window they're most likely to burst through.
30th Apr '17 11:34:32 AM Rubber_Lotus
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** On a handful of occasions, they ''do'' try to be proactive, and occasionally get to act as TheCavalry, but it's generaly agreed their competence had gone right into the gutter by Season 3.
23rd Apr '17 12:55:50 AM Arivne
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* FreezeRay: As per usual, Mr Freeze was sporting one.

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* FreezeRay: As per usual, Mr Mr. Freeze was sporting one.uses one of these in every episode in which he appears.
** His standard weapon is a rifle-like device that spews out a stream of freezing gas at short range.
** In the episode pair "Ice Spy"/"The Duo Defy", Mr. Freeze creates an ultra-powerful version called the Thermodynamic Ice Ray Gun that can freeze large areas of effect at long range.
18th Apr '17 7:49:58 PM Temmere
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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: "Pop Goes the Joker"/"Flop Goes the Joker" is all about this. Joker raids an art gallery and randomly sprays paint all over the artwork, only for the artist to proclaim the results much better than the originals. This goes on throughout the story (with Joker, naturally, taking advantage of people who are convinced he's a genius). At the end of the second episode, a gallery patron looks at one of the Joker's works and says, "I don't understand it at all. It must be very profound."
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