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YMMV: Batman Odyssey
  • Accidental Innuendo: There's a few, most notably this panel, and Sensei's strangely erotic play-by-play of unlocking a door while sweat pours down his face..
    Sensei: Ahh. The blood flows outward and back again. Each element to each element binding. Dis-weighting... Lubricating... Feel... Feel... Feel... Tiny offset crystal borrowing lubrication... Now I can "see". Deeper inside. Aha. The tumblers are mis-balanced. Just so much. Each molecule... adds... and adds, apply pressure, up, then down, and down again. Now. Umphhh. Ah. Slowly... slowly...
  • Bizarro Episode: The whole comic is one Big Lipped Alligator Moment for the entire Batman canon.
  • Cool but Stupid: Very stupid.
  • Crazy Awesome: The whole comic, but the two page of Batman fighting a T. rex, while riding a giant bat deserves special mention.
  • Faux Symbolism: Finally, Naked Bruce Wayne puts on a shirt. It's a Green Lantern shirt. There is no immediately evident meaning to this.
    • Another example is in the Joker's introductory scene: at one point he stands in front of a poster for The Man Who Laughs, the original inspiration for the character.
  • Foe Yay: Apparently Ubu fantasizes about Batman punching him in the abs.
  • Ho Yay: Robin and Deadman have a bit of this, as do Batman and Ubu (See Foe Yay below).
  • Narm: Where to even start?
    • Bruce Wayne and Robin's reactions to the revelation that Robin's parents were killed by the League of Assassins are both pretty spectacular.
  • Signature Scene: Batman blowing up Robin. A perfect symbol of how batshit insane this comic is.
  • So Bad, It's Good
  • Unfortunate Implications: The trolls: They're dark-skinned humanoids with thick lips and dreadlocks who are treated as lesser beings by the other characters who feel they need to show them who's boss. And Deadman calls them "Mud Puppies". Robin even advocates for their genocide, but Deadman counters with "They have their uses."
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: Seriously, the dialogue sounds too bizarre to make any damn sense.

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