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** While on vacation, Joker wears the same outfit he wore when he shot Barbara Gordon in ComicBook/TheKillingJoke.

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* GoKartingWithBowser: Also in the Minzuki issue, Batman is shown playing a puzzle game with Riddler via webcam.


* SimilarSquad: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and Harley Quinn are captured by the pirate Captain Greenbeard and his 'hench wench' Helena Queenie. On seeing them, Batman's reaction is:

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* SimilarSquad: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker and Harley Quinn are captured by the pirate Captain Greenbeard and his 'hench wench' Helena Queenie. On seeing them, Batman's reaction is:

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** According to Derek Fridolfs, Damian's OddFriendship with Katana was an obscure Callback to a ''Streets of Gotham'' issue where he'd admitted to having a crush on her.

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** According to Derek Fridolfs, Damian's OddFriendship with Katana was an obscure Callback CallBack to a ''Streets of Gotham'' issue where he'd admitted to having a crush on her. her.

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** According to Derek Fridolfs, Damian's OddFriendship with Katana was an obscure Callback to a ''Streets of Gotham'' issue where he'd admitted to having a crush on her.


A digital comic series that debuted in October of 2012 and ended in December 2013, published by DCComics, written and illustrated by Dustin Nguyen and co-written by Derek Fridolfs. Basically a LighterAndSofter version of the DC Universe, centering on the Batman-specific parts of it and involving cuter character designs. As of 2013, there is no overarching plot—the issues are unrelated to each other, and generally center around holiday dates such as Halloween, Christmas, Cinco de Mayo, etc.

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A digital comic series that debuted in October of 2012 and ended in December 2013, published by DCComics, Creator/DCComics, written and illustrated by Dustin Nguyen and co-written by Derek Fridolfs. Basically a LighterAndSofter version of the DC Universe, centering on the Batman-specific parts of it and involving cuter character designs. As of 2013, there is no overarching plot—the issues are unrelated to each other, and generally center around holiday dates such as Halloween, Christmas, Cinco de Mayo, etc.

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** Issue #24, in which Alfred and Damian go through the Wayne family photo archive while Batman does charitable work.


** ComicBook/{{Lobo}} has gratuitous cameos in several issues.

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** ComicBook/{{Lobo}} Lobo has gratuitous cameos in several issues.


The story isn't currently in line with the ComicBook/{{New 52}}--or for the record, any other Batman continuity. Nightwing has his original blue costume, Barbara is still Oracle, all of the Robins live in Wayne Manor, etc.

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The story isn't currently in line with the ComicBook/{{New 52}}--or for the record, any other Batman continuity. Nightwing has his original iconic blue costume, Barbara is still Oracle, all of the Robins live in Wayne Manor, etc.


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* ChristmasEpisodeChristmasEpisode: Issue #3, which featured Mr. Freeze kidnapping a choir of orphans because he thought they were being exploited for being made to sing Christmas carols.

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* BusmansHoliday: In one issue, Alfred forces Batman to take a holiday for the first time ever. Naturally, he ends up encountering villains in need of thwarting while he's on holiday.


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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: In the Labor Day story, the Carpenter just wants a quiet day off to work on a project of her own, which inevitably means that the entire day is a constant stream of interruptions.


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* WhosOnFirst: In the Labor Day story, Hush attempts to make a phone call, which gets as far as "Who is this?" "Hush." before getting bogged down in misunderstanding.


** In the Mother's Day story, one of the trophy cases in the Batcave contains the hat and mask of the Gray Ghost, Batman's inspiration in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.

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** In the Mother's Day story, one of the trophy cases in the Batcave contains the hat and mask of the Gray Ghost, Batman's inspiration in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. The man himself has a cameo in the Gotham City Comic Con story.
** Also in the Gotham City Comic Con story, Robin gets downhearted that his favourite version of a popular and much-reinvented comic book hero seems to have been written out and forgotten. As Batman reassures him that characters like that live on in the hearts and memories of their fans, someone walks past in the background in the costume of an out-of-continuity Batgirl.

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-->''*thooom*''\\
'''Damian''': Thoooomm!\\
''*splooosh*''\\
'''Damian''': Sploooosshh!!\\
'''Oracle''': Stop that.


* GiantMecha: Fittingly, in an issue that takes place in Japan.

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* GiantMecha: Fittingly, in an issue that In the Minzuki issue, which takes place in Japan.Japan, a giant bat-mecha called "Battalion" is deployed to fight giant sea monsters.



** While being made to walk the plank over shark-infested waters, Bruce laments that he neglected to pack the [[Film/BatmanTheMovie shark repellent]].



* RentAZilla: The Minazuki issue has Batman, Robin, and Oracle joining Aquaman to fight a couple of giant sea monsters attacking Japan.



* SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud: Damian does this during the deployment of the giant mecha in the Minazuki issue.



* SimilarSquad: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and Harley Quinn are captured by the pirate Captain Greenbeard and his 'hench wench' Helena Queenie. On seeing them, Catwoman's reaction is:
-->'''Catwoman:''' "Green", "HQ"... Don't I know you?

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* SimilarSquad: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and Harley Quinn are captured by the pirate Captain Greenbeard and his 'hench wench' Helena Queenie. On seeing them, Catwoman's Batman's reaction is:
-->'''Catwoman:''' -->'''Batman:''' "Green", "HQ"... Don't I know you?

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