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23rd Jul '16 4:49:46 PM mirisu92
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** This could actually be generalised towards practically every young woman on the show; almost all of them wear {{Dangerously Short Skirt}}s.

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** This could actually be generalised towards practically every young woman on as a common fashion trend in the show; almost all of them wear most young women are depicted wearing {{Dangerously Short Skirt}}s.
22nd Jul '16 11:06:48 PM mirisu92
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** This could actually be generalised towards practically every young woman on the show; almost all of them wear {{DangerouslyShortSkirt}}s.

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** This could actually be generalised towards practically every young woman on the show; almost all of them wear {{DangerouslyShortSkirt}}s.{{Dangerously Short Skirt}}s.
22nd Jul '16 11:06:15 PM mirisu92
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** This could actually be generalised towards practically every young woman on the show; almost all of them wear {{DangerouslyShortSkirt}}s.
28th Jun '16 6:01:11 PM Doug86
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The Gotham of the mid-twenty-first century has the look and feel of an archetypal CyberPunk setting, though some Noir remnants from the original series still show up. Gotham still has its old feel -- [[WretchedHive crowded, corrupt, and dirty as all hell]] -- but now some cars can fly, and that includes the Batmobile. Wayne-Powers Enterprises doesn't have the philanthropic ideals that existed when Bruce ran the company, and Derek Powers hates the interference in his less savory endeavours caused by the new Batman. His eventual transformation into the radioactive supervillain Blight (due to the actions of Batman) makes his hatred more personal.

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The Gotham of the mid-twenty-first century has the look and feel of an archetypal CyberPunk setting, though some Noir remnants from the original series still show up. Gotham still has its old feel -- [[WretchedHive crowded, corrupt, and dirty as all hell]] -- but now some cars can fly, and that includes the Batmobile. Wayne-Powers Enterprises doesn't have the philanthropic ideals that existed when Bruce ran the company, and Derek Powers hates the interference in his less savory endeavours endeavors caused by the new Batman. His eventual transformation into the radioactive supervillain Blight (due to the actions of Batman) makes his hatred more personal.



** Bill Wallace in "Earth Mover" counts because of his illegal tokic waste dumping back when he couldn't afford to do it the proper (and legal) way.

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** Bill Wallace in "Earth Mover" counts because of his illegal tokic toxic waste dumping back when he couldn't afford to do it the proper (and legal) way.



* MadLove: Inque and a random sap named Aaron Herbst who supervised her while in prison. Aaron ends up requesting to be given shapeshifting powers like Inque, to which Inque responds by giving him only half the treatment, causing him to mutate into a liquedated, powerless blob, and in the end being on the receiving end of this trope.

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* MadLove: Inque and a random sap named Aaron Herbst who supervised her while in prison. Aaron ends up requesting to be given shapeshifting powers like Inque, to which Inque responds by giving him only half the treatment, causing him to mutate into a liquedated, liquidated, powerless blob, and in the end being on the receiving end of this trope.



** Happened at least twice; once when a gang of Jokerz decided it would be a good idea to attack Bruce Wayne, and again when Inque took a hostage who turned out to be {{Superman}}. Both instances ended [[CurbStompBattle how you would expect]].

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** Happened at least twice; once when a gang of Jokerz decided it would be a good idea to attack Bruce Wayne, and again when Inque took a hostage who turned out to be {{Superman}}.Franchise/{{Superman}}. Both instances ended [[CurbStompBattle how you would expect]].



** Also in "The Call", Terry has to deal with a brainwashed {{Superman}} and asks how fast the Batmobile could go. When Bruce answers "Mach 3", Terry asks if that's "faster than a speeding bullet".

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** Also in "The Call", Terry has to deal with a brainwashed {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} and asks how fast the Batmobile could go. When Bruce answers "Mach 3", Terry asks if that's "faster than a speeding bullet".



*** A lifetime of crimefighting leaves it's mark on your health. And no matter how {{Badass}} Batman is, even he can't go on forever.
*** Although Batman was a JerkWithAHeartOfGold for the majority of his career, it is revealed his lone and pragmatic attitude created a big rift between him and the rest of the Bat-family. Not to mentoin, being MarriedToTheJob, he never really developed any of the romantic relationships that the DCAU previously hinted at.

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*** A lifetime of crimefighting leaves it's its mark on your health. And no matter how {{Badass}} Batman is, even he can't go on forever.
*** Although Batman was a JerkWithAHeartOfGold for the majority of his career, it is revealed his lone and pragmatic attitude created a big rift between him and the rest of the Bat-family. Not to mentoin, mention, being MarriedToTheJob, he never really developed any of the romantic relationships that the DCAU previously hinted at.



* VillainousLegacy: The Joker might be dead, but his legacy (and the mysterious manner of his death) has resulted in roving gangs of criminals in various types of clown costumes and makeup all calling themselves "Jokerz" terrorising Gotham. [[CurbStompBattle Not that Old Bruce thought much of them]].

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* VillainousLegacy: The Joker might be dead, but his legacy (and the mysterious manner of his death) has resulted in roving gangs of criminals in various types of clown costumes and makeup all calling themselves "Jokerz" terrorising terrorizing Gotham. [[CurbStompBattle Not that Old Bruce thought much of them]].



* VoicesAreMental: "Out of the Past": After TheReveal of [[spoiler:Talia]]'s true identity, [[spoiler:Ra's al Ghul]] speaks in his own voice, though by rights it should have been [[spoiler:her voice with his speech patterns]]. In the behind-the-scenes feature, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm say that they did have a psuedo-scientific explanation for how that happens. The explanation involved [[spoiler:the transplantation of Ra's al Ghul's vocal cords]], but they omitted it because it took too long and did not really fit with the episode.

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* VoicesAreMental: "Out of the Past": After TheReveal of [[spoiler:Talia]]'s true identity, [[spoiler:Ra's al Ghul]] speaks in his own voice, though by rights it should have been [[spoiler:her voice with his speech patterns]]. In the behind-the-scenes feature, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm say that they did have a psuedo-scientific pseudo-scientific explanation for how that happens. The explanation involved [[spoiler:the transplantation of Ra's al Ghul's vocal cords]], but they omitted it because it took too long and did not really fit with the episode.
28th Jun '16 12:29:24 PM Mondoblasto
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* AmicablyDivorced: Warren and Mary. His death came as a heavy blow even after their separation.

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* AmicablyDivorced: Warren and Mary. His death came as a heavy blow even after their separation.separation, and years later Terry mentioned that whenever ends didn't quite meet for her, he'd help her out financially.
28th Jun '16 12:22:03 PM Mondoblasto
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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: The Justice League Unlimited has Micron, who is the African American successor of ComicBook/TheAtom, Warhawk, the biracial son of [[spoiler:John Stewart and Shayera Hol]] and Kai-Ro, the new Chinese Franchise/GreenLantern of Earth.

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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: The Justice League Unlimited has Micron, who is the African American successor of ComicBook/TheAtom, Warhawk, the biracial son of [[spoiler:John Stewart and Shayera Hol]] and Kai-Ro, the new Chinese Tibetan Franchise/GreenLantern of Earth.
19th Jun '16 2:41:55 AM Doug86
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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: The Justice League Unlimited has Micron, who is the African American successor of ComicBook/TheAtom, Warhawk, the biracial son of [[spoiler:John Stewart and Shayera Hol]] and Kai-Ro, the new Chinese ComicBook/GreenLantern of Earth.

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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: The Justice League Unlimited has Micron, who is the African American successor of ComicBook/TheAtom, Warhawk, the biracial son of [[spoiler:John Stewart and Shayera Hol]] and Kai-Ro, the new Chinese ComicBook/GreenLantern Franchise/GreenLantern of Earth.
17th Jun '16 4:55:55 PM WillKeaton
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** [[http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/Curar%C3%A9?file=CurareFace.jpg Here it is.]]

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** [[http://batman.[[http://vignette3.wikia.com/wiki/Curar%C3%A9?file=CurareFace.jpg nocookie.net/batman/images/7/7c/CurareFace.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20121005071308 Here it is.]]
17th Jun '16 4:55:04 PM WillKeaton
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** [[http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/Curar%C3%A9?file=CurareFace.jpg Here it is]].

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** [[http://batman.wikia.com/wiki/Curar%C3%A9?file=CurareFace.jpg Here it is]].is.]]
15th Jun '16 7:41:23 PM Doug86
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** The Royal Flush Gang are a loose {{Expy}} of {{Marvel|Comics}}'s Hellfire Club, but with a playing card motif instead of ChessMotifs. They're a close-knit, generations-old fraternity of criminals with family ties, they live in a mansion and dress like 18th-century aristocrats when they're not in the field, they have code-names corresponding to individual playing cards, and their lineup includes a snarky, blonde WomanInWhite who's clearly based on Emma Frost (they both even have the code-name "Queen").

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** The Royal Flush Gang are a loose {{Expy}} of {{Marvel|Comics}}'s Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}'s Hellfire Club, but with a playing card motif instead of ChessMotifs. They're a close-knit, generations-old fraternity of criminals with family ties, they live in a mansion and dress like 18th-century aristocrats when they're not in the field, they have code-names corresponding to individual playing cards, and their lineup includes a snarky, blonde WomanInWhite who's clearly based on Emma Frost (they both even have the code-name "Queen").
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