History WesternAnimation / BATMANTheBraveAndTheBold

22nd Jan '17 2:58:21 AM C2
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** The only reason he kept Proto, originally deemed unfit for crime-fighting, active that Ace the Bat-Hound likes him as a companion.

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** The only reason he kept Proto, originally deemed unfit for crime-fighting, active was that Ace the Bat-Hound likes him as a companion.
20th Jan '17 11:26:23 PM C2
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** The only reason he kept Proto, originally deemed unfit for crime-fighting, active that Ace the Bat-Hound likes him as a companion.
16th Jan '17 11:25:47 PM C2
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* IntercontinuityCrossover: One with ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' occurs in Season 3, as a homage to ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies''. One cold open is basically an episode of Hanna-Barberra's WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost, with Batman helping him fight the Creature King.

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* IntercontinuityCrossover: One with ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' occurs in Season 3, as a homage to ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies''. One cold open is basically an episode of Hanna-Barberra's Creator/HannaBarbera's WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost, with Batman helping him fight the Creature King.
5th Jan '17 2:36:47 PM Rebu
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* FreudianExcuse: Played straight in "Inside the Outsiders!" with Katana, but then utterly demolished in the next scene: instead of a deep core of emotional trauma, Black Lightning is [[RantInducingSlight mostly just annoyed at yuppies, people who don't clean up after their pets]], things that [[TastesLikeDiabetes Taste Like Diabetes]], etc.

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* FreudianExcuse: Played straight in "Inside the Outsiders!" with Katana, but then utterly demolished in the next scene: instead of a deep core of emotional trauma, [[RealityEnsued Black Lightning is [[RantInducingSlight mostly just ]][[RantInducingSlight annoyed at yuppies, people who don't clean up after their pets]], things that [[TastesLikeDiabetes Taste Like Diabetes]], etc.
19th Dec '16 8:17:26 PM Manny20444
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* 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 a hero or a villain.
** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely presented in ''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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* 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 a hero heroes or a villain.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.
19th Dec '16 8:14:19 PM Manny20444
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* 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, and so much more female characters), regardless of whether they are a hero or a villain.
** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely The Birds of Prey episode.

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* 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 a hero or a villain.
** However, a primary example of this trope is definitely The presented in ''The Mask of Matches Malone'' (especially the musical number that the Birds of Prey episode.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.
17th Dec '16 3:26:12 PM nighttrainfm
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The show is notable for having the first animated appearance of the ComicBook/BlueBeetle, specifically the third Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes (though Dan Garrett and Ted Kord also make posthumous appearances). It's also the animation debut of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] (as a team, anyway; ComicBook/{{Metamorpho}} had a supporting role on ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''). Among them ComicBook/BlackLightning and ComicBook/{{Katana}}, finally making their official debuts in animation. It also marks the first television appearance of the original [[Franchise/TheFlash Flash]], Jay Garrick, as well as the Creator/JackKirby creations ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}, The Last Boy on Earth'' and ''ComicBook/{{OMAC}}: One Man Army Corps''. And when A-lister Superman finally appears in season three, his character-centric episode consists of half an hour of [[AscendedMeme nods]] to Website/{{Superdickery}}.

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The show is notable for having the first animated appearance of the ComicBook/BlueBeetle, specifically the third Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes (though Dan Garrett and Ted Kord also make posthumous appearances). It's also the animation debut of [[ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders the Outsiders]] (as a team, anyway; ComicBook/{{Metamorpho}} had a supporting role on ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''). Among them are ComicBook/BlackLightning and ComicBook/{{Katana}}, finally making their official debuts in animation. It also marks the first television appearance of the original [[Franchise/TheFlash Flash]], Jay Garrick, as well as the Creator/JackKirby creations ''ComicBook/{{Kamandi}}, The Last Boy on Earth'' and ''ComicBook/{{OMAC}}: One Man Army Corps''. And when A-lister Superman finally appears in season three, his character-centric episode consists of half an hour of [[AscendedMeme nods]] to Website/{{Superdickery}}.
29th Oct '16 4:10:19 PM SteveMB
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* DancePartyEnding: The final scene of the show is a [[AnimatedActors wrap party]] as the Batcave "set" is hauled away.
19th Oct '16 7:27:32 AM dlchen145
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** Forget them! It's all about the Dark Knight Armour (complete with Evil Bat-Blade). {{Badass}}.

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** Forget them! It's all about the Dark Knight Armour (complete with Evil Bat-Blade). {{Badass}}.Badass.
8th Oct '16 11:49:20 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassNormal: ''Not'' Batman for once; he's badass, but a lot more reliant on his [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys gadgets]]. No, in this show, it's Wildcat.

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* BadassNormal: ''Not'' Batman for once; he's badass, but a lot BadassNormal:
** In the ''Batman'' tradition, the main character is this, even if this incarnation relies
more reliant on gadgets and superpowered allies.
** Wildcat holds up against supervillains well into
his [[WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys gadgets]]. No, in this show, it's Wildcat.old age just using his boxing skills.
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