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MAIN PLOT: Bat-Mite has grown weary of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, These final words end the series on a high note, and promises the audience that . Bat-Mite says goodbye to his memorabilia, including his signed Diedrich Bader photo, in Batman: The Brave and the Bold's witty series finale. Warner Bros. Animation gongs Batman: The Brave and the Bold's lack of ambition, and Bat-Mite says goodbye to his memorabilia, in this. Their tense relationship is further inflamed by the manipulative influence The animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold featured Batman While Batman attempts to reconcile with his son in the end, Damian instead.
While Tim and Stephanie stand guard, the others go inside until they are found out by the League. Ra's al Ghul arrives and lets them use the pit, not wanting Batman to die such an ignorable death. But Ra's hoped that the pit would drive Batman insane and kill the Robins, but Batman returns to normal. Dick Grayson [ edit ] Voice Actor: In his youth, Dick Grayson worked as a circus acrobat alongside his parents until the day they were tragically killed in an acrobatic accident.
Still a mere boy, Dick found a home with Batman's alter-ego, Bruce Wayne. Eventually, he learned of the Caped Crusader's secret and donned a costume of his own. The partnership would not last, however, and when he got older the two went their separate ways. In the episode Robin claimed to have left due to the lack of respect, and throughout the episode demands that Batman give him the respect he deserves Batman claiming that he respected him enough to believe that he was capable of watching over Bludhaven on his own.
Together they stop Crazy Quilt. At the end of the episode, Dick gives up the Robin identity and becomes Nightwing Batman suggesting the name for him at that timewearing the original 'disco' style costume. In "Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster! Nightwing later appears in The All-New Batman: The Brave and The Bold issue Batgirl was mentioned in a conversation between Jaime Reyes and his friend Paco in the episode "Night of the Huntress.
She also makes a cameo appearance in The All-New Batman: He appeared in The All-New Batman: He appears in The All-New Batman: It is speculated that in the same way that Dick and Jason became super heroes with their own heroic careers, Tim Drake started his career as the super hero Red Robin which was not portrayed in the TV show and The All-New Batman: She appears in The All-New Batman: Stephanie later makes a cameo at the end.
Madame Xanadu says that if the Robins failed, she would've sent the Batgirls. The Brave and The Bold comics. Ra's allows them to use the pit, hoping that the pit makes Batman insane and kill the Robins. Batman snaps out of it and leaves with the Robins.
Bette Kane [ edit ] Bette is the first Bat-Girl note variant spelling. She makes a cameo at the end of The All-New Batman: Madame Xanadus says that if the Robins had failed, she would've sent the Batgirls. Ace fights the Sumatran Tiger and scares it off, and then corners Catman up a tree. Batman rewards Ace with a bat-shaped dog treat. Ace is later seen in the main plot of the episode, but he turns out to be Bat-Mite in disguise.
Around the end of the episode, Batman tries to see if Ace is still Bat-Mite in disguise.
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Upon learning it is not Bat-Mite, he tells Ace "Just checking. Later, using his jet-pack, he helps Batman and Proto track down and de-activate Black Mask's bombs. By the end of it all Robin has decided it is time to strike out on his own and unveils his new Nightwing persona for the first time, disco suit and all.
Batman, Black Canary, Catwoman and Huntress decide to go undercover, infiltrate the auction and retrieve the cloak. Batman takes on his Matches Malone persona to do so and during the ensuing fight at the auction he becomes afflicted with amnesia.
Now, believing himself to really be his alter ego, Matches Malone — a gangster, he absconds with the cloak and sets off on a crime-spree.
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Of course he is unstoppable because, as no one except the Birds of Prey know, he is the goddamned Batman. The Birds of Prey decide to confront Bats and plan to somehow cure his amnesia. This song makes the whole episode amazing just on its own.
I mean… here, just watch: Bat-Mite accidentally gives The Joker his inter-dimensional powers and of course, Joker goes a bit… mad. Twisting reality around him to his sick will, he decides to kill Batman… over and over and over again in increasingly strange and elaborate ways.
Crazy Quilt is said villain here and back in the day, a young Robin blinds him during a fight… Years later he returns to seek his revenge.
This episode is fantastic not just for the villain, but for the great dynamic between Bats and Robin. Robin believes Batman treats him with kid gloves and holds him back from reaching his true potential.
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What elevates that dynamic beyond the stale though, is that the heroes are more concerned with their relationship during the whole episode than poor Crazy Quilt. Well look no further than this episode. Yep, that is certainly a mix of Gotham and Metropolis. There is already a Batman which exists on this strange planet though: The Batman of Zur-En-Arrh.
This Batman has a very Clark Kent-like secret identity, a girlfriend who is suspiciously Lois Lane-like and a bald arch-nemesis named, Rohtul Luthor, duh. The Animated Series actors are reprising their roles here, albeit skewed alternate-reality versions of said characters.
This one is a doozy. Bat-Mite episodes are always a guaranteed good time, but this one really takes the cake. The cold open presents us with a stone-cold take on the Mad Magazine parody Bat boy and Rubin. Bat-Mite then introduces us to the Anime version of Batman.
Then we arrive at the really brilliant bit. A meditation on Scooby-Doo meets Batman. Paul Dini manages to either blatantly comment upon everything I would have brought up or slyly mock just by silent references in the art alone. Oh yeah and Weird Al is in this episode too. This episode is an animated Elseworlds tale. We open on Batman and Catwoman doing their flirting and fighting thing… when suddenly… things get serious. So they get married.Bat-Mite decides to cancel Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Not only do they get married but they have a baby, and they name him Damian. Not only do we get Damian, but we also see the mantle of the Bat passed on to who else, Dick Grayson.
It should be noted, however, that this alternate version of Damian is not the psychopath that exists in the comics, he never had Talia as a mom and Bruce was always in his life, mind you.
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Meanwhile, Dick shows up and things go from bad to worse: With his parents murdered young Damian now decides he must avenge them. So the cycle completes. Dick is losing a fight with the two Jokers yep, papa Joker is still around!
His new robin, Damian.