History WesternAnimation / BATMANTheBraveAndTheBold

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: During Batman and Catwoman's flirting in "Inside the Outsiders!", her henchmen can be seen sharing a "Ugh, not ''this'' again!" glance in one shot.
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** Bronze Tiger

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** Bronze TigerTiger.



* AngelsPose: The Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey involuntarily pulled one in the episode "The Mask of Matches Malone" while standing [[BackToBackBadasses back to back on a stage]]

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* AngelsPose: The Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey involuntarily pulled one in the episode "The Mask of Matches Malone" while standing [[BackToBackBadasses back to back on a stage]]stage]].



* AntiVillain: In "The Vile and the Villainous!", Joker and The Weeper destroy [[BigBrotherIsWatching Batman's crime predicting machine]], ensuring the freedom to commit villainy for all of Gotham's criminals.

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* AntiVillain: In "The Vile and the Villainous!", Joker and The the Weeper destroy [[BigBrotherIsWatching Batman's crime predicting machine]], ensuring the freedom to commit villainy for all of Gotham's criminals.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Almost literally, when Red Tornado lists Fun Haus's convictions:

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* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
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Almost literally, when Red Tornado lists Fun Haus's convictions:



*** Plus, there's an inversion in "Chill of the Night!" when a dying man confesses that he hit a kid when he was nine, yelled at his wife, lied about his weight on his driver's license, and spent 20 years running the rackets in Gotham.

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*** ** Plus, there's an inversion in "Chill of the Night!" when a dying man confesses that he hit a kid when he was nine, yelled at his wife, lied about his weight on his driver's license, and spent 20 years running the rackets in Gotham.



* AscendedFanboy: Jaime Reyes, the Blue Beetle, was apparently a superhero fanboy even prior to gaining the scarab; specifically, it seems, a Batman fanboy. You can imagine his [[{{Squee}} glee]] when he actually gets to save the world with his hero.

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* AscendedFanboy: AscendedFanboy:
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Jaime Reyes, the Blue Beetle, was apparently a superhero fanboy even prior to gaining the scarab; specifically, it seems, a Batman fanboy. You can imagine his [[{{Squee}} glee]] when he actually gets to save the world with his hero.



** Blue Beetle also seems to be the only one excited to work with [[LargeHam AQUAMAN]].

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** *** Blue Beetle also seems to be the only one excited to work with [[LargeHam AQUAMAN]].



** "Darkseid Descending!" has Booster Gold stealing Green Lantern's bedroom on the Watchtower.

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** "Darkseid Descending!" has Booster Gold ComicBook/BoosterGold stealing Green Lantern's bedroom on the Watchtower.



* AuctionOfEvil: Catman's bidding war in "Legends of the Dark Mite!".

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* AuctionOfEvil: AuctionOfEvil:
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Catman's bidding war in the teaser of "Legends of the Dark Mite!".



* BattleCouple: B'wana Beast and Vixen are adorable.

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* BattleCouple: BattleCouple:
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B'wana Beast and Vixen ComicBook/{{Vixen}} are adorable.



* BlatantLies: In the opening proper of "Hail the Tornado Tyrant!", Red Tornado startles Batman.

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* BlatantLies: BlatantLies:
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In the opening proper of "Hail the Tornado Tyrant!", Red Tornado startles Batman.



* BoundAndGagged: Happens at a number of points. Batman himself is bound and gagged in the teaser segments for "Evil Under The Sea!" and "A Bat Divided!"

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* BoundAndGagged: Happens at a number of points. points.
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Batman himself is bound and gagged in the teaser segments for "Evil Under The Sea!" and "A Bat Divided!"



* BrainsAndBrawn: Both the Atom/AQUAMAN pair and the Brain/Chemo, in the same episode.

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* BrainsAndBrawn: BrainsAndBrawn:
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Both the Atom/AQUAMAN pair and the Brain/Chemo, in the same episode.



* ButtMonkey: Plastic Man.

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* ButtMonkey: ButtMonkey:
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Plastic Man.



* TheCameo: During Bruce and Selina's wedding [[spoiler: in Alfred's story]] Clark Kent AKA Franchise/{{Superman}} can be seen in the front row, in his usual Clark Kent disguise.

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* TheCameo: TheCameo:
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During Bruce and Selina's wedding [[spoiler: in Alfred's story]] Clark Kent AKA Franchise/{{Superman}} can be seen in the front row, in his usual Clark Kent disguise.



* CaptainErsatz: Batman's form at the end of "The Fate of Equinox!" (combining the powers of various heroes) resembles that of the Creator/MarvelComics villain, the Super-Adaptoid, the first time he duplicated the powers of the Avengers (except the Adaptoid was green, not blue.)
** The Faceless Hunter is an obvious CaptainErsatz of the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, with an almost completely identical backstory. Played for laughs at first, then subverted when [[spoiler: his master is killed, when it turns out that the Faceless Hunter ''isn't'' trying to save his home planet. He just genuinely likes destroying things. And then B'wana Beast ''dies'']].

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* CaptainErsatz: CaptainErsatz:
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Batman's form at the end of "The Fate of Equinox!" (combining the powers of various heroes) resembles that of the Creator/MarvelComics villain, the Super-Adaptoid, the first time he duplicated the powers of the Avengers (except the Adaptoid was green, not blue.)
blue).
** The Faceless Hunter is an obvious CaptainErsatz of the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, with an almost completely identical backstory. Played for laughs PlayedForLaughs at first, then subverted when [[spoiler: his master is killed, when it turns out that the Faceless Hunter ''isn't'' trying to save his home planet. He just genuinely likes destroying things. And then B'wana Beast ''dies'']].



* CerebusSyndrome: Season two gets a little dark in places. [[spoiler: B'wana Beast, we hardly knew ye. Also, how many of you, at the beginning of "The Last Patrol!", wished Beast Boy had been there too... and were ''so'' very glad he wasn't by the end?]]
** On top of that, there's Chill of the Night. One of the darkest episodes in the series, it has Batman facing the one and only Joe Chill (otherwise known as the man who killed Thomas and Martha Wayne).

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* CerebusSyndrome: CerebusSyndrome:
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Season two gets a little dark in places. [[spoiler: B'wana Beast, we hardly knew ye. Also, how many of you, at the beginning of "The Last Patrol!", wished Beast Boy had been there too... and were ''so'' very glad he wasn't by the end?]]
** On top of that, there's Chill [[WhamEpisode "Chill of the Night.Night"]]. One of the darkest episodes in the series, it has Batman facing the one and only Joe Chill (otherwise known as the man who killed Thomas and Martha Wayne).



* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Things Batman has successfully beaten up include, in ascending order of ridiculousness: Gorillas, sharks, bowling balls (which shattered!), giant man-eating snapping turtles, gods and ''an extinction-level meteor'' ([[LeftHanging off-screen]]).
** His training also allows him to [[PsychicStatic block mind control]] and ''astral project'' (both described as techniques from Tibet).
*** Blocking mind control is simple, all he has to do is [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague hum "Frere Jaques"]].

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: CharlesAtlasSuperpower:
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Things Batman has successfully beaten up include, in ascending order of ridiculousness: Gorillas, sharks, bowling balls (which shattered!), giant man-eating snapping turtles, gods and ''an extinction-level meteor'' ([[LeftHanging off-screen]]).
** *** His training also allows him to [[PsychicStatic block mind control]] and ''astral project'' (both described as techniques from Tibet).
*** Blocking mind control is simple, all he has to do is [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague hum "Frere Jaques"]]."Frère Jacques"]].



* CleavageWindow: Ice

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* CleavageWindow: IceIce has one.



* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Woozy Winks.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: {{Cloudcuckoolander}}:
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Woozy Winks.



* CompositeCharacter: Kru'll the Eternal combines elements of King Kull (brutish savage with the mind of a genius, the last of his ancient race, overall design including distinctive helmet) and Kalibak (voiced by Michael Dorn, who was Kalibak in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', distinctive laser-shooting warclub), with Vandal Savage's origin tossed in for good measure.

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* CompositeCharacter: CompositeCharacter:
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Kru'll the Eternal combines elements of King Kull (brutish savage with the mind of a genius, the last of his ancient race, overall design including distinctive helmet) and Kalibak (voiced by Michael Dorn, who was Kalibak in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', distinctive laser-shooting warclub), with Vandal Savage's ComicBook/VandalSavage's origin tossed in for good measure.



** Comicbook/{{Firestorm}} is one, no pun intended given his nature. The show uses Jason Rusch as the main body, but the show's version of Rusch also made him similar to Martin Stein in that he's interested in science. And filling Stein's role as a mentor? An older version of Ronnie Raymond, who in the comics was the original Firestorm. Note how this kind of twists around the original Firestorm's dynamic ''twice''.

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** Comicbook/{{Firestorm}} ComicBook/{{Firestorm}} is one, no pun intended given his nature. The show uses Jason Rusch as the main body, but the show's version of Rusch also made him similar to Martin Stein in that he's interested in science. And filling Stein's role as a mentor? An older version of Ronnie Raymond, who in the comics was the original Firestorm. Note how this kind of twists around the original Firestorm's dynamic ''twice''.



** [[Comicbook/{{CaptainMarvel}} Mister Mind]] starts out in his classic design (a cartoony inchworm with glasses and a voice box) before [[OneWingedAngel transforming into his more monstrous modern design.]]

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** [[Comicbook/{{CaptainMarvel}} [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Mister Mind]] starts out in his classic design (a cartoony inchworm with glasses and a voice box) before [[OneWingedAngel transforming into his more monstrous modern design.]]



** A location-based variant- though the Justice League's orbiting base resembles a modernized version of the JL Satellite from the 70s and 80s comics, it's identified in dialogue as the Watchtower, which was introduced in the late 90s comics, then migrated over to the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' cartoon.
* ConspicuousCG: Most, if not all, the vehicles in the series seem to be CG of varying degrees of conspicuousness. Ex., Black Manta's tripod in "Enter the Outsiders!" and Batman's bike in the same scene.

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** A location-based variant- variant -- though the Justice League's orbiting base resembles a modernized version of the JL Satellite from the 70s and 80s comics, it's identified in dialogue as the Watchtower, which was introduced in the late 90s comics, then migrated over to the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' cartoon.
* ConspicuousCG: Most, if not all, the vehicles in the series seem to be CG of varying degrees of conspicuousness. Ex., conspicuousness, e.g. Black Manta's tripod in "Enter the Outsiders!" and Batman's bike in the same scene.



* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: [[spoiler:Orm]]'s punishment for his actions is to listen to AQUAMAN read from his memoirs.

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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: CoolAndUnusualPunishment:
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[[spoiler:Orm]]'s punishment for his actions is to listen to AQUAMAN read from his memoirs.



* LipstickAndLoadMontage: ComicBook/TheJoker gets this in one episode. Course he's fueled by RuleOfFunny.

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* LipstickAndLoadMontage: LipstickAndLoadMontage:
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ComicBook/TheJoker gets this in one episode. Course Of course, he's fueled by RuleOfFunny.



* TheLoad: G'Nort. Just G'Nort. The guy makes Jar Jar Binks seem legitimately useful.

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* TheLoad: G'Nort.TheLoad:
** [[Franchise/GreenLantern G'Nort]].
Just G'Nort. The guy makes [[Franchise/StarWars Jar Jar Binks Binks]] seem legitimately useful.



* LoonyFan: Bat-Mite

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* LoonyFan: Bat-MiteComicBook/BatMite.



* LoveTriangle: We see in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" that Green Arrow has the dig on for Black Canary who has the dig on for Batman (who only has the dig on for Justice).
** And Catwoman.
** Throw in Music Meister's crush on Canary and we have a Love... Parallelogram?

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* LoveTriangle: LoveTriangle:
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We see in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" that Green Arrow has the dig on for Black Canary Canary, who has the dig on for Batman (who only has the dig on for Justice).
** *** And Catwoman.
** *** Throw in Music Meister's crush on Canary and we have a Love... Parallelogram?



* MasterOfDisguise: Falseface

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* MasterOfDisguise: Falseface[[MeaningfulName Falseface]].



* MemeticBadass: Batman seems to be this in-universe, as evidenced by AQUAMAN's response to The Atom suggesting they get out from inside his body through his tear ducts.

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* MemeticBadass: Batman seems to be this in-universe, as evidenced by AQUAMAN's response to The the Atom suggesting they get out from inside his body through his tear ducts.



* {{Mondegreen}}: In "Emperor Joker!", as the Joker prepares to unscrew Batman's head, he tells the Dark Knight, "You're gonna be a drooling, mindless ''fop'' when I'm done, and then, ''I'm gonna... '''kill you some more!!'''''" Of course, there are some who kinda mishear the word "fop" as [[PrecisionFStrike that other f-word]].

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* {{Mondegreen}}: {{Mondegreen}}:
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In "Emperor Joker!", as the Joker prepares to unscrew Batman's head, he tells the Dark Knight, "You're gonna be a drooling, mindless ''fop'' when I'm done, and then, ''I'm gonna... '''kill you some more!!'''''" Of course, there are some who kinda mishear the word "fop" as [[PrecisionFStrike that other f-word]].



* MoodWhiplash: In a meta sense, considering this started airing in the same year that ''the'' [[Film/TheDarkKnight bleakest Batman movie yet]] was in theaters.

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* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
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In a meta sense, considering this started airing in the same year that ''the'' [[Film/TheDarkKnight bleakest Batman movie yet]] was in theaters.



* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Dr. Polaris
* TheMorlocks: The Outsiders
* MsFanservice: Nearly all of the women who appear in the show (particularly Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Catwoman, Black Canary, Huntress, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and her flower children, Vixen, Fire, Ice, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are heroes or a villains.
** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely presented in episode called ''The Mask of Matches Malone'' (especially the musical number that the Birds of Prey performed) which featured three very attractive woman (Black Canary, Huntress, and Catwoman) that were associated associated with a group called the Birds of Prey that had to rescue Batman.

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* MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Dr. Polaris
Polaris.
* TheMorlocks: The Outsiders
Outsiders.
* MsFanservice: Nearly all of the women who appear in the show (particularly Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Catwoman, Black Canary, Huntress, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and her flower children, Vixen, Fire, Ice, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are heroes or a villains.
** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely presented in episode called ''The Mask of Matches Malone'' (especially the musical number that the Birds of Prey performed) which featured three very attractive woman (Black Canary, Huntress, women (ComicBook/BlackCanary, ComicBook/{{Huntress}} and Catwoman) ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}) that were associated associated with a group called the Birds of Prey that had to rescue Batman.



* MusicalAssassin: Kanjar Ro with the Gamma Gong.

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* MusicalAssassin: MusicalAssassin:
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Kanjar Ro with the Gamma Gong.



* MusicalEpisode: "Mayhem of the Music Meister!", where the titular villain uses his singing voice to hypnotize villains, heroes and even innocent bystanders into doing his evil bidding... while simultaneously performing big musical numbers with him as vocal lead. Musical heavyweight Creator/NeilPatrickHarris was hired specifically for this role.

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* MusicalEpisode: MusicalEpisode:
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"Mayhem of the Music Meister!", where the titular villain uses his singing voice to hypnotize villains, heroes and even innocent bystanders into doing his evil bidding... while simultaneously performing big musical numbers with him as vocal lead. Musical heavyweight Creator/NeilPatrickHarris was hired specifically for this role.



*** And again in "Powerless" with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE8C1WWixgc Aquaman no less!]]

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*** And again in "Powerless" with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE8C1WWixgc Aquaman AQUAMAN no less!]]



* TheMusicMeister: The TropeNamer

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* TheMusicMeister: The TropeNamerTropeNamer.



* MythologyGag: All over the place-- but now in [[MythologyGag.BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold their own page]] for ease of reading.

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* MythologyGag: All over the place-- place -- but now in [[MythologyGag.BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold their own page]] for ease of reading.



* NeverSayDie: Death occurs relatively often for children's animation, but the characters can never quite bring themselves to say its name when it happens. "Return of the Fearsome Fangs!" is an interesting case example: in the cold open, Jonah Hex is "sentenced to death" by the villains, but survives; in the episode proper, a character actually dies, but it is only said that his "journey is complete" and he is "gone". Apparently you can say it or do it, but not both together. Mentioning of death and actual deaths have been combined more in recent episodes, especially in "Emperor Joker!", when the word "kill" is used.

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* NeverSayDie: Death occurs relatively often for children's animation, but the characters can never quite bring themselves to say its name when it happens. happens.
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"Return of the Fearsome Fangs!" is an interesting case example: in the cold open, Jonah Hex is "sentenced to death" by the villains, but survives; in the episode proper, a character actually dies, but it is only said that his "journey is complete" and he is "gone". Apparently you can say it or do it, but not both together. Mentioning of death and actual deaths have been combined more in recent episodes, especially in "Emperor Joker!", when the word "kill" is used.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Guy Gardner pouring coffee on a minuscule convict of a species that [[spoiler: gets really, really big]] when exposed to any kind of liquid.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: NiceJobBreakingItHero:
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Guy Gardner pouring coffee on a minuscule convict of a species that [[spoiler: gets really, really big]] when exposed to any kind of liquid.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The Music Meister appears to be based on Music/EltonJohn, if his hair, flamboyant fashion sense, interesting eyewear, and tooth gap are any indication. Then again, he is attracted to the Black Canary, so maybe not so much in sexual preference.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: NoCelebritiesWereHarmed:
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The Music Meister appears to be based on Music/EltonJohn, if his hair, flamboyant fashion sense, interesting eyewear, and tooth gap are any indication. Then again, he is attracted to the Black Canary, so maybe not so much in sexual preference.



** Possibly a parody of the Joker's scene in the 1989 film in which he pulls a .357 magnum with an extended barrel from his pants.

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** Possibly a parody of the Joker's scene in [[Film/{{Batman}} the 1989 film film]] in which he pulls a .357 magnum with an extended barrel from his pants.



** Black Canary pulls one off during her ''romantic ballad'' in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" She pounds about ten thugs through the art of ballet. It's that kind of episode.

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** Black Canary pulls one off during her ''romantic ballad'' in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" She pounds about ten thugs through the art of ballet. It's that ''that'' kind of episode.



* OnlyTheChosenMayWield: Katana's um... Katana.

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* OnlyTheChosenMayWield: Katana's OnlyTheChosenMayWield:
** Katana's,
um... Katana.katana.



* TheOtherDarrin: Kim Mai Guest replaced Vyvam Pham as Katana. Creator/AdamWest and Julie Newmar replaced Creator/CoreyBurton and Pat Musick as the voice of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Two-Face's one line in "Chill of the Night!" had Richard Moll reprise the role, filling in for Creator/JamesRemar.

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* TheOtherDarrin: TheOtherDarrin:
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Kim Mai Guest replaced Vyvam Pham as Katana. Creator/AdamWest and Julie Newmar replaced Creator/CoreyBurton and Pat Musick as the voice of Thomas and Martha Wayne. Two-Face's one line in "Chill of the Night!" had Richard Moll reprise the role, filling in for Creator/JamesRemar.



* PayEvilUntoEvil: ComicBook/TheSpectre's view. Even though

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* PayEvilUntoEvil: ComicBook/TheSpectre's view. Even though



* PhlebotinumOverload: This is how Captain Atom defeats Major Force at the end of "Powerless!".

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* PhlebotinumOverload: PhlebotinumOverload:
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This is how Captain Atom defeats Major Force at the end of "Powerless!".



* PosterGalleryBedroom: Blue Beetle's bedroom, unsurprisingly full of Batman memorabilia.

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* PosterGalleryBedroom: PosterGalleryBedroom:
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Blue Beetle's bedroom, unsurprisingly full of Batman memorabilia.



* PowerCreepPowerSeep: Batman's competency level seems to fluctuate wildly depending on the guest characters and the villains. Compare him in "Night of the Huntress!" and in "Duel of the Double Crossers!".

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* PowerCreepPowerSeep: PowerCreepPowerSeep:
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Batman's competency level seems to fluctuate wildly depending on the guest characters and the villains. Compare him in "Night of the Huntress!" and in "Duel of the Double Crossers!".



* PungeonMaster: Owlman spews {{Pun}}s endlessly in "Game Over for Owlman!" while talking to the imprisoned heroes.

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* PungeonMaster: PungeonMaster:
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Owlman spews {{Pun}}s endlessly in "Game Over for Owlman!" while talking to the imprisoned heroes.



** Gorilla Grodd takes control of the Gorilla army and says,

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** Gorilla Grodd takes control of the Gorilla army and says,says:



* TheQuietOne: Katana

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* TheQuietOne: KatanaKatana.



* RealityWarpingIsNotAToy: Bat-mite.

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* RealityWarpingIsNotAToy: Bat-mite.Bat-Mite.



* RedEyesTakeWarning: Inverted in the episode "Revenge of the Reach!", where red eyes mean Jaime is in control and not the sinister Reach.
** The eyes of Ultra-Humanite's army of mind-controlled dinosaurs glow red in "Four Star Spectacular!"

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: RedEyesTakeWarning:
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Inverted in the episode "Revenge of the Reach!", where red eyes mean Jaime is in control and not the sinister Reach.
** The Played straight when the eyes of Ultra-Humanite's army of mind-controlled dinosaurs glow red in "Four Star Spectacular!"



* TheReveal: Lampshaded in the MirrorUniverse episode via RoboSpeak; the villain prefaces his statement with "Revelation!"
** It's [[spoiler: ComicBook/RedTornado's evil {{Expy}} if you haven't figured it out]].

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* TheReveal: TheReveal:
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Lampshaded in the MirrorUniverse episode via RoboSpeak; the villain prefaces his statement with "Revelation!"
** *** It's [[spoiler: ComicBook/RedTornado's evil {{Expy}} if you haven't figured it out]].



* RhymesOnADime: Etrigan
* TheRival: Green Arrow and Batman. Both are perfectly aware of how childish they're being, but they have too much fun to stop.

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* RhymesOnADime: Etrigan
ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}.
* TheRival: TheRival:
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Green Arrow and Batman. Both are perfectly aware of how childish they're being, but they have too much fun to stop.



** Plastic Man and Elongated Man

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** Plastic Man and Elongated ManMan.



* RuleOfCool: Wait... is Batman going to punch that meteor?

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* RuleOfCool: RuleOfCool:
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Wait... is Batman going to punch that meteor?
9th Dec '17 8:30:41 AM nighttrainfm
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The series is being briefly revived in the 2018 film, ''Scooby Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold'', a crossover with the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise.

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The series is being briefly revived in the 2018 film, ''Scooby Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndBatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', a crossover with the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise.
6th Dec '17 7:57:32 PM acrobox
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* BadassGrandpa: Wildcat. He battles against a giant blob man with his bare hands, and still fights crime despite an ailing heart, and being at least 60.
** All the Justice Society, really.


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* OldSoldier: Of the Superhero variety. Wildcat. He battles against a giant blob man with his bare hands, and still fights crime despite an ailing heart, and being at least 60. All the Justice Society, really.
14th Nov '17 6:09:51 PM PaulA
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** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely presented in episode called ''The Mask of Matches Malone'' (especially the musical number that the Birds of Prey performed) which featured three very attractive woman (Black Canary, Huntress, and CatWoman) that were associated associated with a group called the Birds of Prey that had to rescue Batman.

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** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely presented in episode called ''The Mask of Matches Malone'' (especially the musical number that the Birds of Prey performed) which featured three very attractive woman (Black Canary, Huntress, and CatWoman) Catwoman) that were associated associated with a group called the Birds of Prey that had to rescue Batman.
30th Oct '17 2:33:00 PM Etheru
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The series is being briefly revived in the 2018 film, ''Scooby Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold'', a crossover with the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise.
19th Sep '17 8:12:11 PM DustSnitch
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* TheVoiceless: Shark.
19th Sep '17 5:35:43 AM Doug86
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* GenreThrowback: One big love letter to TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.

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* GenreThrowback: One big love letter to TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks.
6th Sep '17 8:19:49 PM PaulA
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* AllianceOfAlternates: "Game Over for Owlman!", where multiple alternate Batmen team up at the end of the episode, provides the page picture.

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* AllianceOfAlternates: "Game Over for Owlman!", where multiple alternate Batmen team up at the end of the episode, provides the page picture.episode to defeat an evil alternate universe version of Batman.
6th Sep '17 12:53:13 AM WolfMattGrey
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* AllianceOfAlternates: "Game Over for Owlman!", where multiple alternate Batmen team up at the end of the episode, provides the page picture.
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