History WesternAnimation / BatmanBeyond

25th Feb '17 2:25:34 PM DustSnitch
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You can find the show on DVD (including a special edition DVD collection for the whole series) or watch it on Creator/TheHub or Netflix.

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You can find the show on DVD (including a special edition DVD collection for the whole series) or watch it on Creator/TheHub or Netflix.
Creator/TheHub.
23rd Feb '17 8:13:57 PM Az_Tech341
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* RedemptionRejection: The delinquent Terry teams up with to escape a detention center throws away the second chance he'd earned by trying to kill the man running it.

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* %%* RedemptionRejection: The delinquent Terry teams up with to escape a detention center throws away the second chance he'd earned by trying to kill the man running it.
22nd Feb '17 7:05:41 PM PlasmaTalon
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* RedemptionRejection: The delinquent Terry teams up with to escape a detention center throws away the second chance he'd earned by trying to kill the man running it.
26th Jan '17 3:42:41 PM StFan
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Warner Bros. produced [[TheMovie a direct-to-DVD feature]], ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'' (with MarkHamill returning as the Ace of Knaves himself), to help bridge the gap between the end of the "present" DCAU in ''Justice League'' and the future of ''Batman Beyond''. The film details Batman's final fight with the Joker and provides deeper reasons for why he eventually gave up the role of Batman.

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Warner Bros. produced [[TheMovie a direct-to-DVD feature]], ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'' (with MarkHamill returning as the Ace of Knaves himself), to help bridge the gap between the end of the "present" DCAU DC Animated Universe in ''Justice League'' and the future of ''Batman Beyond''. The film details Batman's final fight with the Joker and provides deeper reasons for why he eventually gave up the role of Batman.



This show has a [[Characters/DCAUBatmanBeyond character sheet]], a fledgling [[Recap/BatmanBeyond episode guide]], and a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/BatmanBeyond Best Episode Crowner]].

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This show has a [[Characters/DCAUBatmanBeyond [[Characters/BatmanBeyond character sheet]], a fledgling [[Recap/BatmanBeyond episode guide]], and a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/BatmanBeyond Best Episode Crowner]].



** Subverted in "The Call"--the Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s first appearance of the Justice League has them face their first opponent from the comics, Starro. According to WordOfGod, this was a coincidence.

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** Subverted in "The Call"--the Franchise/{{DCAU}}'s Call" -- the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's first appearance of the Justice League has them face their first opponent from the comics, Starro. According to WordOfGod, this was a coincidence.
22nd Jan '17 8:06:50 PM superkeijikun
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* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Terry and Bruce are both cut from very different cloths. Bruce started fighting crime because he was a victim of it as a child, while Terry fights crime as redemption for his own criminal past. Bruce was born into wealth, while Terry comes from a struggling middle-class family. Bruce pushed away those closest to him to protect them, while Terry struggles to keep the people he loves in his life.
19th Jan '17 6:16:29 AM luiginumber3
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Bruce sends Terry away, but when the latter returns home, he sees the police waiting for him: someone murdered Terry's father, and the evidence says the Jokerz did it. When Terry happens upon evidence connecting the murder with secrets within Wayne-Powers Enterprises (the former Wayne Enterprises after a hostile merging), he turns to the only person who can help him: Bruce Wayne. Terry steals an advanced [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman combat suit]] to seek revenge, but Bruce eventually allows Terry to don the mantle of Batman in full; Bruce acts as both MissionControl and TheMentor by coaching Terry from the Batcave. In the public sphere, Bruce hires Terry as a personal assistant (using their encounter with the Jokerz as the official story of how they met) and re-enters Gotham's social circles. Once he becomes Batman, Terry has to juggle that role alongside his schoolwork, family obligations (mother Mary and younger brother Matt), and spending time with girlfriend Dana.

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Bruce sends Terry away, but when the latter returns home, he sees the police waiting for him: someone murdered Terry's father, and the evidence says the Jokerz did it. When Terry happens upon evidence connecting the murder with secrets within Wayne-Powers Enterprises (the former Wayne Enterprises after a hostile merging), he turns to the only person who can help him: Bruce Wayne. Terry steals an advanced [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman combat suit]] to seek revenge, but Bruce eventually allows Terry to don the mantle of Batman in full; Bruce acts as both MissionControl and TheMentor by coaching Terry from the Batcave. In the public sphere, Bruce hires Terry as a personal assistant (using their encounter with the Jokerz as the official story of how they met) and re-enters Gotham's social circles. Once he becomes Batman, Terry has to juggle that role alongside his schoolwork, [[WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld schoolwork]], family obligations (mother Mary and younger brother Matt), and spending time with girlfriend Dana.



** It is also lampshaded in one of the commercials, in which Terry describes his typical day. "Wake Up", "Go To School" and "Save World" were listed in the agenda.

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** It is also lampshaded LampShaded in one of the commercials, commercials in which Terry describes his typical day. day: "Wake Up", "Go To School" and "Save World" were listed in the agenda.
15th Jan '17 8:05:49 PM JurassicMosquito
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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: In "Babel", the sound manipulating villain Shriek releases a high-frequency sound similar to a dog whistle all over Gotham City. ''All'' non-humans are affected, including a ''gorilla''. Think about that one for a minute. [[spoiler:If there's a noise audible to primates that is high-pitched enough to make primates go nuts, it'd naturally be affecting the humans too.]]

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* AllAnimalsAreDogs: In "Babel", the sound manipulating villain Shriek releases a high-frequency sound similar to a dog whistle all over Gotham City. ''All'' non-humans are affected, including a ''gorilla''. Think about that one for a minute. [[spoiler:If there's a noise audible to primates that is high-pitched enough to make primates go nuts, it'd naturally be affecting the humans too.]]affected.
30th Oct '16 2:16:21 PM nombretomado
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* AxCrazy: Mad Stan is ''mad''. Being voiced by HenryRollins will do that for you.

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* AxCrazy: Mad Stan is ''mad''. Being voiced by HenryRollins Music/HenryRollins will do that for you.
30th Oct '16 7:44:09 AM SteveMB
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* PoliceAreUseless: Inverted twice in "Eyewitness" when Terry butts in and screws up police stings, thenfinds himself up against the full, CrazyPrepared might of Barbara Gordon's police force. It's made quite obvious that Terry's WouldNotShootAGoodGuy mindset is ''not'' the only reason that it's one of the toughest battles of the series for him.

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* PoliceAreUseless: PoliceAreUseless:
** Invoked in the two-part premiere when Bruce refuses to get involved and tells him to take his evidence to Commissioner Barbara Gordon. Terry objects that the cops won't be able to do anything (presumably because Powers is [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney too powerful to touch]]).
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Inverted twice in "Eyewitness" when Terry butts in and screws up police stings, thenfinds then finds himself up against the full, CrazyPrepared might of Barbara Gordon's police force. It's made quite obvious that Terry's WouldNotShootAGoodGuy mindset is ''not'' the only reason that it's one of the toughest battles of the series for him.
20th Oct '16 8:43:31 PM RaustBD
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* AffablyEvil: Richard Armacost, the Agrichem executive who planned the cerestone heist in the episode "Big Time". He was ''extremely'' patient and civil with Charlie when he didn't really have to be and had considerable people skills with which to keep Charlie from losing his temper.



* AsleepInClass: Terry is shown to fall asleep in class due to the pressures of balancing his normal life with the responsibilities of being the Batman.

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* AsleepInClass: Terry is shown to fall asleep in class due to the pressures of balancing his normal life with the responsibilities of being the Batman. In "Sneak Peek", his chemistry teacher even remarks at how unusual it is that he's actually awake and paying attention.
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