Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Enter the Outsiders  » TV  »
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  • Lee Ermey definitely helps, but overall, this episode left me underwhelmed

    • by David Finniss


      I was never a big Wildcat fan. I don’t know why, he just never really appealed to me. He takes the main stage here as he, along with Batman do battle with a group of rebel teens who have dubbed themselves “the Outsiders”. Fans of Batman know that this is a team that he founded so it was inevitable that they would turn up


      Interestingly enough, for the first half of the episode, they’re the villains. Somewhat predictably, it turns out that they were manipulated by another villain.

      The episode was a bit meh. Wildcat’s one liners were often corny. He had a few good lines with Batman, and the fact that he was voiced by R. Lee Ermey definitely helps, but overall, this episode ...

      • left me underwhelmed.

        There was a nice nod to Static Shock as well as a scene where Batman fights mutated turtles in a sewer.

        The action was good though, both the Batman and Wildcat vs. Outsiders as well as the eventual team up against the bigger villain were both well done. Each character got a chance to shine.

        Katana is mostly known for being silent, but like

        Silent Bob she eventually speaks in every almost every appearance I’ve seen her in.

        This isn’t one of the show’s best, and it is definitely more kiddie than some of the other episodes. Younger kids might enjoy it, I didn’t dig it as much as I have other episodes. It should be said that a subpar episode of this show is still quite decent.

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