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#1 Posted by road_warrior (145 posts) - - Show Bio

"Perchance to dream" for me..

what about yours?

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#2 Posted by infantfinite128 (5887 posts) - - Show Bio

"Perchance to Dream". Same as yours!

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#3 Edited by lxlGiftedlxl (2443 posts) - - Show Bio

I dont think I could choose one.

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#4 Posted by wrucebayne (568 posts) - - Show Bio

Robin's Reckoning without a doubt. The death of the Graysons is chilling and such a strong scene. Possibly the best scene in the entire show.

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#5 Posted by TOATOAA (1195 posts) - - Show Bio

All of them

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#6 Posted by Ready_4_Madness (16631 posts) - - Show Bio

Two Face origins, Masterpiece of an episode.

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#7 Posted by wrucebayne (568 posts) - - Show Bio

Two Face origins, Masterpiece of an episode.

Two-Face's biggest issue is that his origin is the most interesting aspect of the character. Judgement Day was probably the only other noteworthy Two-Face episode.

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#8 Posted by MasterDetective (1500 posts) - - Show Bio

How many times has this thread been done

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#9 Posted by deactivated-5c901e667a76c (36557 posts) - - Show Bio

Heart of Ice.

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#10 Posted by Nathaniel_Christopher (3301 posts) - - Show Bio

Robin's Reckoning, Heart of Ice, The Underdwellers, The Forgotten, Two-Face, Feat of Clay, Dreams in Darkness, Heart of Steel, The Demon's Quest, His Silicon Soul, etc. Series has far too many great episodes for me to choose just one.

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#11 Posted by devildog8774 (13 posts) - - Show Bio

Clayface

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#12 Posted by HighAccuser (9696 posts) - - Show Bio

Can't remember the name but Batgirl dies in it

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#14 Posted by ThatMattKid (5 posts) - - Show Bio

"The Man Who Killed Batman" has always been one of my favorite episodes. "Mad Love" is also a fantastic episode and, honestly, I think Season 4 gets a bit of a bad rep, sometimes.

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#15 Posted by RustyRoy (16610 posts) - - Show Bio

This is really a tough question but Perchance to Dream.

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#16 Posted by Farkam (12036 posts) - - Show Bio

Too many to count

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#17 Posted by just_sayin (3469 posts) - - Show Bio

Heart of Ice

Mad Love

Harley and Ivy

Almost Got Him

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#18 Posted by Rainshadow777 (521 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this worth watching? It looks like it's for kids.

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#19 Posted by commissar (92 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this worth watching? It looks like it's for kids.

Are you asking about a specific episode or the entire series?

The series itself may be kid-friendly, but's it's not a dumbed-down show aimed only at viewers younger that 12 years old. It will have less blood-and-guts and less sex than a show aimed at adults, but Batman: The Animated Series is still enjoyable to many people.

(Now, if you're talking about another animated Batman TV series, things may be different.)

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#20 Posted by Rainshadow777 (521 posts) - - Show Bio

@commissar: I was asking about Batman The Animated Series. I've seen Beware the Batman which I loved and found to be brilliant and wondered how it compares with TAS.

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@rainshadow777 said:

@commissar: I was asking about Batman The Animated Series. I've seen Beware the Batman which I loved and found to be brilliant and wondered how it compares with TAS.

Didn't see much of Beware the Batman myself, but I use to occasionally watch B:TAS back when it was originally on in the early 1990s. (I've since bought the first volume on DVD and have been enjoying it.)

It has the cool feel of the old Fleischer Superman animation from the 1940s, which gives it a nice, dark vibe. And this series was also where future comic book mainstays Harley Quinn and Renee Montoya first appeared. It's definitely worth checking out.