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  • I highly recommend watching it if you get the chance

    • by David Finniss


      There’s just so much in this episode to love. For the first time that I can recall, we actually get to see ALL the heroes working together. Ok, it’s their villainous counterparts from a parallel dimension, but we still get to see a full team as opposed to just a pair of heroes.

      In keeping with the show’s theme, Batman ends up joining

      forces with that world’s only remaining hero, a mysterious figure named Red Hood. Between his origin (conveniently explained by Red Tornado’s doppelganger) and the silhouette, it’s fairly obvious who the Red Hood really is. Fans of DC comics will have it figured out long before due to the mythology gag.

      The Batman/Owlman fight was well done and showed what a battle between two doppelgangers would be like. The final fight at the end was especially great as all the heroes and villains threw down. We even got to see a yellow ring wielding Sinestro, which was all kinds of awesome.

      Corey Burton gets to return to his villainous robot roots in this episode, and as always, he really shines. While it’s ...

      • Batman: The Brave and the Bold:  Deep Cover for Batman
      not exactly like his Brainiac voice, it’s still really creepy when he gets his evil monologue near the end of the episode.

      As if the episode wasn’t good enough, it’s a two parter. It seems like everything is all wrapped up, only Batman returns to his world to find himself a wanted criminal. Yeah, you could overanalyze and say that it’s

      not much of a stretch given his vigilante status, but this is the lighter and softer incarnation where Batman is a much more public figure and works hand in hand with the cops. Speaking of cops, Commissioner Gordon gets a name drop as does the Riddler.

      This is a great episode, hands down. I highly recommend watching it if you get the chance.

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