History YMMV / BatmanBeyond

22nd Jun '17 3:19:32 PM thecarolinabull01
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** Jim Tate/Armory
18th May '17 1:23:02 PM Anddrix
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*** And then the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} cast former ''Series/{{Glee}}'' stars as the Flash and Supergirl, which eventually resulted in a musical two-parter across the two shows.

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*** And then the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} Series/{{Arrowverse}} cast former ''Series/{{Glee}}'' stars as the Flash and Supergirl, which eventually resulted in a musical two-parter across the two shows.
11th May '17 1:24:48 PM JulianLapostat
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* FandomRivalry: Many prefer Terry over Damian Wayne as the more interesting and affable [[spoiler:of Bruce's children]].
26th Apr '17 8:56:35 AM NightShade96
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* Spiritual
Adaptation: ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' is a Spider-Man cartoon. Looking past the WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld premise, Terry is a wisecracking teenage superhero driven by his desire to atone for his past misdeeds and the death of a father figure. He's effectively Peter Parker in the Batsuit. Even the RoguesGallery is pretty similar to Spidey's. (Inque = Sandman, Spellbinder = Mysterio, Stalker = Kraven, Shriek = Shocker, Blight = Green Goblin, etc.)

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* Spiritual
Adaptation:
SpiritualAdaptation: ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' is a Spider-Man cartoon. Looking past the WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld premise, Terry is a wisecracking teenage superhero driven by his desire to atone for his past misdeeds and the death of a father figure. He's effectively Peter Parker in the Batsuit. Even the RoguesGallery is pretty similar to Spidey's. (Inque = Sandman, Spellbinder = Mysterio, Stalker = Kraven, Shriek = Shocker, Blight = Green Goblin, etc.)
25th Apr '17 1:55:01 PM BatmanKalEl
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* SpiritualLicensee: ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' is a Spider-Man cartoon. Looking past the WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld premise, Terry is a wisecracking teenage superhero driven by his desire to atone for his past misdeeds and the death of a father figure. He's effectively Peter Parker in the Batsuit. Even the RoguesGallery is pretty similar to Spidey's. (Inque = Sandman, Spellbinder = Mysterio, Stalker = Kraven, Shriek = Shocker, Blight = Green Goblin, etc.)

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* SpiritualLicensee: Spiritual
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''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' is a Spider-Man cartoon. Looking past the WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld premise, Terry is a wisecracking teenage superhero driven by his desire to atone for his past misdeeds and the death of a father figure. He's effectively Peter Parker in the Batsuit. Even the RoguesGallery is pretty similar to Spidey's. (Inque = Sandman, Spellbinder = Mysterio, Stalker = Kraven, Shriek = Shocker, Blight = Green Goblin, etc.)
20th Apr '17 10:35:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: Max. Fan reactions to her introduction ranged from considering her the best part of the series and thinking she was sold short (and often accompanied by [[FanPreferredCouple shipping her with Terry]]) to considering her the worst character yet and hoping that she'd just die and stop taking screentime away from everyone else. Her status also extends to the development team; according to [[WordOfGod Bruce Timm]], some of the writers were unhappy about her inclusion and used Bruce Wayne to voice their own opinions of her, while Alan Burnett at least wanted to [[PromotedToLoveInterest promote her to]] LoveInterest.
20th Apr '17 10:34:17 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BaseBreakingCharacter:
** Max. Fan reactions to her introduction ranged from considering her the best part of the series and thinking she was sold short (and often accompanied by [[FanPreferredCouple shipping her with Terry]]) to considering her the worst character yet and hoping that she'd just die and stop taking screentime away from everyone else. Her status also extends to the development team; according to [[WordOfGod Bruce Timm]], some of the writers were unhappy about her inclusion and used Bruce Wayne to voice their own opinions of her, while Alan Burnett at least wanted to [[PromotedToLoveInterest promote her to]] LoveInterest.
** Terry himself has a sizeable hatedom, mostly Bruce Wayne fans who dislike the idea of a new Batman taking over from Bruce, or dislike that Batman was made YoungerAndHipper. He's often called "emo teen" and "merely a Robin" by such fans. He also is disliked for ''not'' having been a Robin - many [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]] fans dislike the idea that anyone aside from Dick would get to take over the cowl, as Dick is seen as Bruce's true heir.
20th Apr '17 10:31:56 PM KeyaS
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** Terry himself has a sizeable hatedom, mostly Bruce Wayne fans who dislike the idea of a new Batman taking over from Bruce, or dislike that Batman was made YoungerAndHipper. He's often called "emo teen" and "merely a Robin" by such fans.

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** Terry himself has a sizeable hatedom, mostly Bruce Wayne fans who dislike the idea of a new Batman taking over from Bruce, or dislike that Batman was made YoungerAndHipper. He's often called "emo teen" and "merely a Robin" by such fans. He also is disliked for ''not'' having been a Robin - many [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]] fans dislike the idea that anyone aside from Dick would get to take over the cowl, as Dick is seen as Bruce's true heir.
17th Apr '17 10:44:58 PM CaptainTedium
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* HeartwarmingInHindsight: The times where Bruce shows concern for Terry or warns him when he's engaging in risky behavior become more endearing when the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' reveals in the episode "Epilogue" that [[spoiler:Bruce is Terry's real biological father]].
30th Mar '17 9:28:20 PM NightShade96
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* NightmareFuel: ''Lots.''
** The end of "April Moon", as a drill bit slowly approaches the POV of the viewer:
--> "I understand. No holding back."
** From "Meltdown": [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ft6mNPeqa6Y Remember, there might be some momentary discomfort.]]
** The episode "Lost Soul." Just the way the Robert Vance program ([[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman or Vance himself, depending on how you look at it]]) ''looks'' on the computer screen with the dead eyes and the ghost-like pallor is NightmareFuel by itself. The events of the episode just mix in kerosene with the NightmareFuel, and the end where [[spoiler: as he's being deleted we hear his memories going back to childhood, ending with the heartbreaking sound of child!Vance asking for his mama]] just dumps the entire container on and turns it into NightmareFuel. There may not be a single episode that can rival how creepy the villain was and how disturbing that end scene was.
** The MonsterOfTheWeek from "Earth Mover". A freaking ''living corpse'' who can control the dirt and attack you ''anywhere''.



** An issue fans took with the series was that several interesting villains were never used for more than three episodes at most before getting dropped for no apparent reason.

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** An issue that fans took with the series was that several interesting villains were never used for more than three episodes at most before getting dropped for no apparent reason.
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