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* SecondaryAdaptation: Released in 1998, its an animated film that continues the adventures of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', which is based on the ''ComicBook/DCComicsSeries'' character, [[Characters/BatmanTheCharacter Batman]].


* {{Jerkass}}: Belson is willing to go along with Victor's plan just so he can get himself out of debt, regardless of whatever happens to Barbara, even making a big point of subverting an EvenEvilHasStandards moment.

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* PapaWolf: Commissioner Gordon, upon learning of Barbara's kidnapping by Freeze and escaping his lawmen, puts all hands one deck to find his daughter, and he shows it during the briefing that includes Officer Montoya and Detective Bullock.
--> '''Gordon:''' I want my daughter found, and I want her found '''''NOW!'''''

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* PrecociousCrush: Twelve-year-old Kunac for Barbara. She quickly picks up on this and makes a point of complimenting him on his maturity when trying to get him on her side.

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* SecondaryAdaptation: Released in 1998, its an animated film that continues the adventures of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', which is based on the ''ComicBook/DCComicsSeries'' character, [[Characters/BatmanTheCharacter Batman]].

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* OffModel: Veronica Vreeland is depicted here with blonde hair as opposed to the red hair she has in all her other appearances in the series.


* {{Jerkass}}: Belson is willing to go along with Victor's plan just so he can get himself out of debt, regardless of whatever happens to Barbara.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Belson is willing to go along with Victor's plan just so he can get himself out of debt, regardless of whatever happens to Barbara.Barbara, even making a big point of subverting an EvenEvilHasStandards moment.



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%%* * PluckyGirl: '''Barbara''''''Barbara''', who mostly kicks ass ''out of costume'' in this movie.


* ContrivedCoincidence: Out of 17 potential donors, the one Belsen and Freeze choose (because she had the closest height and weight to Nora, making her the best chance for a successful surgery) is Batgirl.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: Out of 17 potential donors, the one Belsen Belson and Freeze choose (because she had the closest height and weight to Nora, making her the best chance for a successful surgery) is Batgirl.



* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Mr. Freeze. He kills a submarine crew for accidently wrecking his Arctic hideout, and was the one who instigated the plan to kidnap Barbara to harvest her organs, yet he not only achieves his goals, but also survives in the end free of prison and with the knowledge that Nora is cured. Averted in the rest of the series proper, however, as there's still a lot of pain and misery in store for him.]]

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* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Mr. Freeze. He kills a submarine crew for accidently accidentally wrecking his Arctic hideout, and was the one who instigated the plan to kidnap Barbara to harvest her organs, yet he not only achieves his goals, but also survives in the end free of prison and with the knowledge that Nora is cured. Averted in the rest of the series proper, however, as there's still a lot of pain and misery in store for him.]]


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%%* FallingChandelierOfDoom* FallingChandelierOfDoom: Mr. Freeze shoots down a chandelier to cover his escape from the fundraiser.


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* ParentalAbandonment: Kunac.
* PluckyGirl: '''Barbara'''

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* %%* ParentalAbandonment: Kunac.
* %%* PluckyGirl: '''Barbara'''



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* ShoutOut:
** Barbara's frantic escape from the polar bears by way of a freight elevator is reminiscent of [[Film/{{Aliens}} Ripley & Newt's escape]]. Freeze later coming up the same elevator towards Batman & Robin as the rig explodes and blazes, also counts.
** Barbara's discovery that she's trapped on an offshore platform is just like [[Film/FaceOff Sean Archer's]].


* ShoutOut: Barbara's attempt to escape, only to be surprised to discover that she's trapped on an offshore oil rig, might have been inspired from ''Film/FaceOff''.[[note]]Except that it was already in production when ''Face/Off'' was released in June 1997, creating uncertainty as to whether it's a Shout-Out or a bizarre coincidence.[[/note]]


* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: See above. Belson dies screaming as the burning oil rig collapses on him.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: See above. Belson dies screaming as the burning oil rig collapses on him.



* ShoutOut: Barbara's attempt to escape, only to be surprised to discover that she's trapped on an offshore oil rig, might have been inspired from ''Film/FaceOff''.[[note]]Except that ''Face/Off'' and ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (see [[Trivia/BatmanAndMisterFreezeSubZero Trivia]] page) were both released in June 1997, creating uncertainty as to whether it's a Shout-Out or a bizarre coincidence.[[/note]]

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* ShoutOut: Barbara's attempt to escape, only to be surprised to discover that she's trapped on an offshore oil rig, might have been inspired from ''Film/FaceOff''.[[note]]Except that it was already in production when ''Face/Off'' and ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (see [[Trivia/BatmanAndMisterFreezeSubZero Trivia]] page) were both was released in June 1997, creating uncertainty as to whether it's a Shout-Out or a bizarre coincidence.[[/note]]


* MissingTrailerScene: In a unique application of this trope, the commercials for this movie consisted entirely of scene from Mr. Freeze's previous appearances on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.



* OutOfOrder: The film was released in the middle of ''The New Batman Adventures'', but takes place before or during the TimeSkip and uses the original art style. It was originally meant to be released before ''The New Batman Adventures'' in mid-1997 as a tie-in to ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (which also features Mr. Freeze), but that film's overwhelmingly negative reception caused the studio to delay ''[=SubZero's=]'' release by almost a year.

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* ShoutOut: Barbara's attempt to escape, only to be surprised to discover that she's trapped on an offshore oil rig, might have been inspired from ''Film/FaceOff''.[[note]]Except that ''Face/Off'' and ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (see [[Trivia/BatmanAndMisterFreezeSubZero Trivia]] page) were both released in June 1997, creating uncertainty as to whether it's a Shout-Out or a bizarre coincidence.[[/note]]

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