History YMMV / BatmanTheAnimatedSeries

12th Oct '17 8:09:32 PM mrluntishysterical
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Lock-Up's meant to be seen as a hard-headed conservative nutcase with his rant about the inefficient politicians and the "liberal media" being the cause of the superpowered psychos. While "cause" might be a stretch, he's quite right about them being part of the problem. The police routinely fail to combat the maniacs, leaving Batman, a vigilante, to do 90% of the work, the people running Arkham keep it a barely-functional revolving door, and the politicians for the most part do nothing at all to improve Arkham or Gotham itself. Hell, we even see the news treating Poison Ivy as a media darling instead of a murderous eco-terrorist! If they all did their jobs more efficiently and professionally, maybe there wouldn't be so many costumed freaks terrorizing the city.
1st Oct '17 4:33:25 PM ClintEastwood
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** In "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE10TwoFacePart1 Two-Face: Part 1]]", Bruce joked that he'll steal Grace if Harvey doesn't marry her soon, and Harvey joked that he'll have Bruce persecuted if he does. Then after Harvey learns that Thorne bailed his men due to a technicality, he reverts to Big Bad Harv and tried to punch Bruce and called him a "rich twit" when he tried to calm him down (likely Big Bad Harv took Bruce's joke seriously). In an issue of ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'', Harvey was on the verge of being cured when the Joker convinced him that Grace is cheating on him with Bruce. His evil personality takes hold once again and kidnaps Grace. Batman and Robin foil his plan and send him back to Arkham. Grace, meanwhile, realizes that Dent will never be cured, and leaves him.
*** Furthermore, history would repeat in VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries, where part of Harvey's FaceHeelTurn occurs when he suspects (rightly or wrongly) that his girlfriend, Selena Kyle, is cheating on him with Bruce.

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** In "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE10TwoFacePart1 Two-Face: Part 1]]", Bruce joked that he'll steal Grace if Harvey doesn't marry her soon, and Harvey joked that he'll have Bruce persecuted prosecuted if he does. Then after Harvey learns that Thorne bailed his men due to a technicality, he reverts to Big Bad Harv and tried to punch Bruce and called him a "rich twit" when he tried to calm him down (likely Big Bad Harv took Bruce's joke seriously). In an issue of ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'', Harvey was on the verge of being cured when the Joker convinced him that Grace is cheating on him with Bruce. His evil personality takes hold once again and kidnaps Grace. Batman and Robin foil his plan and send him back to Arkham. Grace, meanwhile, realizes that Dent will never be cured, and leaves him.
*** Furthermore, history would repeat in VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries, ''VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'', where part of Harvey's FaceHeelTurn occurs when he suspects (rightly or wrongly) that his girlfriend, Selena Kyle, is cheating on him with Bruce.



** In the episode "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE29EternalYouth Eternal Youth]]", Alfred and a friend of his go to a spa secretly run by Poison Ivy, where the people eat green food, and then Ivy turns them into trees, which becomes funny if you imagine that the spa is called [[Film/{{Troll 2}} Nilbog.]]

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** In the episode "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE29EternalYouth Eternal Youth]]", Alfred and a friend of his go to a spa secretly run by Poison Ivy, where the people eat green food, and then Ivy turns them into trees, which becomes funny if you imagine that the spa is called [[Film/{{Troll 2}} Nilbog.]]



** The episode "Christmas With The Joker" becomes Hilarious In Hindsight after watching "The Man Who Killed Batman." During the Joker's funeral services for Batman (and Sid), he suggests hitting Batman in the face with a cyanide pie. Guess he thought of it AFTER he'd already successfully nailed him with a pie in the earlier episode.
** In ''Tyger, Tyger,'' Creator/JimCummings voices [[WesternAnimation/CatDog a cat monster]].

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** The episode "Christmas With The Joker" "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE2ChristmasWithTheJoker Christmas with the Joker]]" becomes Hilarious In Hindsight this after watching "The "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE51TheManWhoKilledBatman The Man Who Killed Batman." Batman]]". During the Joker's funeral services for Batman (and Sid), he suggests hitting Batman in the face with a cyanide pie. Guess he thought of it AFTER he'd already successfully nailed him with a pie in the earlier episode.
** In ''Tyger, Tyger,'' "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE42TygerTyger Tyger, Tyger]]", Creator/JimCummings voices [[WesternAnimation/CatDog a cat monster]].



** Roland Daggett crosses this when he tries to blow up Crime Alley, knowing fully well that there are people that live there. It was also shown some of the residents are children. Daggett's actions would have resulted in several people dying and he would have no problem or remorse to indirectly murder them for his own gain.

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** Roland Daggett crosses this in "[[BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE26AppointmentInCrimeAlley Appointment in Crime Alley]]" when he tries to blow up Crime Alley, knowing fully well that there are people that live there. It was also shown some of the residents are children. Daggett's actions would have resulted in several people dying and he would have no problem or remorse to indirectly murder them for his own gain.



** Catwoman and Batman's first kiss in ''The Cat and the Claw'' is a bit odd. Catwoman initiates it, and Batman just sort of keeps looking ahead with his mouth closed. He apparently doesn't even notice the kiss for about 10 seconds, which is when his eyes suddenly widen in surprise.

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** Catwoman and Batman's first kiss in ''The "The Cat and the Claw'' Claw" is a bit odd. Catwoman initiates it, and Batman just sort of keeps looking ahead with his mouth closed. He apparently doesn't even notice the kiss for about 10 seconds, which is when his eyes suddenly widen in surprise.



* TheScrappy: Internal Affairs Detective Hackle of "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE7POV P.O.V.]]" is far worse {{Jerkass}} cop than Harvey Bullock. Fortunately at the end of that episode, Commissioner Gordon's call-out on Hackle, when he acts as UngratefulBastard towards Montoya after suspending her along with Bullock and Wilkes for one of them being a DirtyCop, appears to be a TakeThatScrappy towards this jerk.

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* TheScrappy: Internal Affairs Detective Hackle of "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE7POV P.O.V.]]" is a far worse {{Jerkass}} cop than Harvey Bullock. Fortunately at the end of that episode, Commissioner Gordon's call-out on Hackle, when he acts as UngratefulBastard towards Montoya after suspending her along with Bullock and Wilkes for one of them being a DirtyCop, appears to be a TakeThatScrappy towards this jerk.
18th Sep '17 9:17:39 PM Anicomicgeek
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*** Furthermore, history would repeat in VideoGame/BatmanATelltaleSeries, where part of Harvey's FaceHeelTurn occurs when he suspects (rightly or wrongly) that his girlfriend, Selena Kyle, is cheating on him with Bruce.

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*** Furthermore, history would repeat in VideoGame/BatmanATelltaleSeries, VideoGame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries, where part of Harvey's FaceHeelTurn occurs when he suspects (rightly or wrongly) that his girlfriend, Selena Kyle, is cheating on him with Bruce.
9th Sep '17 5:50:25 PM smasll_lordvoice
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** The re-designed Scarecrow only appeared in a single episode of ''The New Batman Adventures'', but his CreepyAwesome design combined with Jeffrey Combs' bone-chilling voice acting made him one of the most popular versions of the Scarecrow in all media.
9th Sep '17 5:43:11 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* CreepyAwesome: The Scarecrow's redesign in ''The New Batman Adventures.'' He went from a LaughablyEvil guy in a scarecrow costume to a corpse-like figure in dark Western gear and with a face that the creators explicitly compared to [[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre1974 Leatherface]]. Did it have much to do with being a scarecrow anymore? No, but it was ''terrifying'' beyond all reason, and the fans absolutely [[EnsembleDarkhorse loved it.]]
9th Sep '17 1:30:24 PM CrowTR0bot
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** In ''Tyger, Tyger,'' Creator/JimCummings voices [[WesternAnimation/CatDog a cat monster]].
9th Sep '17 12:30:03 PM CrowTR0bot
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*** Furthermore, history would repeat in VideoGame/BatmanATelltaleSeries, where part of Harvey's FaceHeelTurn occurs when he suspects (rightly or wrongly) that his girlfriend, Selena Kyle, is cheating on him with Bruce.
19th Aug '17 9:14:29 AM N8han11
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** "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE34TheLaughingFish The Laughing Fish]]" has this line from Harvey Bullock to Harley about the Joker:

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** "[[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE34TheLaughingFish The Laughing Fish]]" has this line from Harvey Bullock to Harley about the Joker:Joker, which turns out to be even more [[MadLove horribly true]] than he could have ever thought.



*** Now remember the episode MadLove
19th Aug '17 9:09:06 AM N8han11
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*** Though you have to wonder why people think it's a Superman episode when Batman makes a cameo but Superman isn't anywhere in the episode and only two characters from Superman are in it compared to 5 Batman characters.
17th Aug '17 7:36:30 PM Snoopy92
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** And then there's Clayface's "daughter" Annie from "[[Recap/TheNewBatmanAdventuresE8GrowingPains Growing Pains]]". She even made a cameo in the LittleGotham comics!

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** And then there's Clayface's [[spoiler: Clayface]]'s "daughter" Annie from "[[Recap/TheNewBatmanAdventuresE8GrowingPains Growing Pains]]". She even made a cameo in the LittleGotham comics!
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