The Batman

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The Batman is an American television series produced by Warner Bros. Animation based on the DC Comics superhero; Batman.


Season 1Edit

In the first season, Bruce Wayne is 26 years old and in his third year as Batman. A younger Batman confronts familiar foes for the first time, with the aid of Alfred Pennyworth, who will help Wayne if needed, and the technology he has developed including the Bat-Wave.

Batman is being hunted down by the GCPD and believe they should capture Batman. In this season, Batman faces his new foes such as Joker, Bane, Penguin and Mr. Freeze. At the end of the season, Ethan Bennett, one of the Police Detectives and a very close friend to Bruce Wayne, who was transformed into Clayface by Joker.

Season 2Edit

Batman now encounters even more of his sinister enemies with brand new origins such as Riddler, Professor Hugo Strange and Killer Croc. At the end of the season, it is found out that Ellen Yin, a Police Detective, that his working with Batman and their partnership ends when Commissioner James Gordon is introduced. Gordon changes the GCPD's view of Batman and asks him to help him make Gotham a safer place for his daughter, Barbara Gordon.

Season 3Edit

Season 3 introduces Barbara Gordon, who later becomes Batgirl and plays a major role alongside her father, James Gordon. It is also introduces new villains such as Poison Ivy, Gearhead and Maxie Zeus. It also introduces it's own villains: Toymaker, Prank, Temblor and D.A.V.E.

Season 3 brings the cliffhanger where Batman uncovers Strange that he only cured The Ventriloquist to turn him back into a criminal. In GUCM, Strange is captured but goes to Arkham Asylum only to bring up his new schemes. When Barbara becomes Batgirl, Batman at first doesn't accept her heroism but later accepts her as his official partner.

Season 4Edit

Batman now meets Dick Grayson, who's parents were murdered by Tony Zucco, so Wayne takes him in and soon he becomes Robin. Together, they go to hunt down and take down Zucco who was later sentenced to death in prison for murder. Lucius Fox also is introduced.

More villains are introduced which Batman must face such as Killer Moth, Black Mask, Harley Quinn and a new Clayface. One episode is based in the future which Robin becomes Nightwing, Batgirl becomes Oracle and Batman has the new appearance of Frank Miller's version, as well as a more powerful Mr. Freeze taking over the city and continues his destruction. 

At the end of the season, Martian Manhunter comes to Earth and Batman meets him, being warned of The Joining, who are aliens wanting to destroy Earth, but stopped the aliens and soon led to the creation of the Justice League.

Season 5Edit

In this season, Batman sides up with Superman, Green Arrow, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and Hawkman to take down their enemies: Lex Luthor, Mercy Graves, Metallo, Count Vertigo, Toyman, Shadow Thief, Sinestro and Mirror Master.

Batman and Batgirl are also helped by Man-Bat to defeat the Terrible Trio and Firefly becomes the powerful Phosphorus. Batman also meets one of their greatest foes: Scorn and Wrath, two criminals against Batman and Robin who help super-criminals in an attempt to finally eliminate the heroes but were taken down and gassed by Joker. The Joining also returns with their leader revealed and the Justice League help to defeat them.


Season 1Edit

The Bat in the BelfryEdit

The Batman vs Joker

Batman confronts Joker at Arkham Asylum

After taking down Rupert Thorne during his heist, Batman returns to his headquarters, Batcave, to discover that all inmates from Arkham Asylum have been mysteriously released. Batman confronts the lunatic behind it, Joker, a crazed clown who plans to spread deadly Joker Gas throughout Gotham City with a Blimp. Batman must stop him and rescue every citizen of Gotham.


The Batman vs. Bane

Batman battling Bane

Three Mob Bosses want revenge on the masked vigilante known as Batman because he constantly took down their criminal operations. They call in a mysterious mercenary named Bane to eliminate him. Bane at first seemed like the common thug that Batman fights, but has a secret in becoming extremely powerful enough to finally end Batman. After their first meeting, Bane easily defeats Batman but didn't kill him. Batman manages to escape and must find a new method in finally defeating the strongman assassin.

Call of CobblepotEdit

Call of Cobblepot

Penguin in The Batman

After a strange series of crimes involving Birds stealing valuable goods such as Diamonds and Jewels, Batman decides to try and find out the identity of the crooked thief. It eventually turns out to be a member of the once powerful Cobblepot family, Ozwald also known as Penguin. Alfred Pennyworth attempts to catch Penguin at the party at Wayne Manor, but Alfred is caught and captured by Penguin to feed and kill him at his home to his Birds. Batman must find their location and rescue Alfred, as well as defeat Penguin and return the stolen fortune.

The Man Who Would Be The BatEdit


Man-Bat in The Batman

After finding a flock of Bats at Wayne Industries, Detectives Ellen Yin and Ethan Bennett suspect worker there, Dr. Langstrom, who holds many Bats in his office. In truth, his developing a special serum which transforms regular people into viscous Bat creatures. He uses it to transform into the Man-Bat himself and kidnaps Ethan Bennett. So Batman must defeat Man-Bat and rescue Bennett.

The Big ChillEdit

The Big Chill

Mr. Freeze in The Batman

Using his new-found ice-related powers and abilities, Freeze steals the most rarest and valuable Diamonds all over Gotham City. When he and Batman first meet, he tells the Dark Knight his transformation into a cryogenic monster. It's because of Batman when Victor Fries was a common crook wanting to get rich. He will stop at nothing to make the city his own personal domain, unless Batman can think of a way to defeat Freeze.

The Cat and The BatEdit

The Cat and the Bat

Catwoman in The Batman

After ensuing in a lengthy chase with his new foe and a cat burgular, Catwoman, who has stolen Batman's Utility Belt to test and attempt to use his high-tech equipment. Batman must find the professional thief in order to find his belt.

The Big HeatEdit

The Big Heat

Firefly in The Batman

Batman meets a criminal named Firefly, a sabotuer who dresses in a heavily armored fly ensemble and has a turbo-enhanced jetpack. Firefly breaks into numerous Gotham companies, destroying their technology, and flies in the skies to avoid Batman since his no easy foe to bring down. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne meets up with Mayor Marion Grange, who informs him that his going to have to give his father's charity work to GothCorp instead of Wayne Industries due to his lifestyle. So Batman must stop Firefly and find a way to keep his father's charity work at Wayne Industries.



Cluemaster in The Batman

Arthur Brown, a former child prodigy who turned to a life of crime with the alias of "Cluemaster" after he loses at "Think Thank Thunk game show. He kidnaps Yelena, Ross Daren and Herbert Ziegler in order for a rematch: if they win they can leave but if Cluemaster wins, they die by falling into a vat of Acid. Batman arrives as Cluemaster is about to execute them, planning to save them and stop Cluemaster.

The Big DummyEdit

Big Dummy

Ventriloquist and Scarface in The Batman

Arnold Wesker is a Ventriloquist who controls the puppet Scarface, a living puppet who has a whole other personality in controlling Wesker. Together, they pull off Bank Heists and Scarface promises one final heist alongside two henchmen named Rhino and Mugsy, which they plan on stealing a gold reserve from Gotham Bank. Batman plans to stop the puppet and his thugs while Alfred plays matchmaker for Bruce.

Topsy TurvyEdit

Topsy Turvy

Batman confronts Joker in his cell

Batman investigates a crime bearing the stamp of his arch-enemy the Joker, despite the fact that Joker is currently imprisoned within Arkham Asylum. A trail of victims have been locked up in large playing cards which eventually leads Batman to Joker's true goal: to turn those who put him away in jail into cards and drown them in the Gotham River. 

Birds of PreyEdit

The Rubberface of ComedyEdit

The Clayface of TragedyEdit

Season 2Edit

The Cat, the Bat and the Very UglyEdit


Fire and IceEdit

The Laughing BatEdit





Ragdolls to RichesEdit

The Butler Did ItEdit

Grundy's NightEdit

Strange MindsEdit

Night and the CityEdit

Season 3Edit

Batgirl Begins Part 1Edit

Batgirl Begins Part 2Edit

A Dark Knight to RememberEdit

A Fistful of FeltEdit



The Laughing CatsEdit

Fluers du MalEdit

Cash for ToysEdit


The ApprenticeEdit

The Icy DepthsEdit

Gotham's Ultimate Criminal MastermindEdit

Season 4Edit

A Matter of FamilyEdit

Team PenguinEdit


The Everywhere ManEdit

Strange New WorldEdit

The BreakoutEdit


Two of a KindEdit


Riddler's RevengeEdit


The Joining Part 1Edit

The Joining Part 2Edit

Season 5Edit

The Batman/Superman Story Part 1Edit

The Batman/Superman Story Part 2Edit


White HeatEdit

A Mirror DarklyEdit

Joker ExpressEdit

Ring TossEdit

The Metal Face of ComedyEdit

Attack of the Terrible TrioEdit

The End of the BatmanEdit

What Goes Up...Edit

Lost Heroes Part 1Edit

Lost Heroes Part 2Edit



  • Batman/Bruce Wayne (Rino Romano)
  • Robin/Dick Grayson (Evan Sabara)
  • Batgirl/Barbara Gordon (Danielle Judovits)
  • Alfred Pennyworth (Alastair Duncan)
  • Commissioner James Gordon (Mitch Pileggi)
  • Chief Angel Rojas (Edward James Olmos and later Jesse Corti)
  • Clayface/Ethan Bennett (Steve Harris)
  • Ellen Yin (Ming-Na)
  • Martian Manhunter (Dorian Harewood)
  • Superman (George Newbern)
  • Green Lantern (Dermot Mulroney)
  • Hawkman (Robert Patrick)
  • Green Arrow (Chris Hardwick)
  • The Flash (Charlie Schlatter)
  • Gotham City's Mayor (Adam West)
  • Lucius Fox (Louis Gossett Jr.)
  • GCPD Police Officers


  • The Joker (Kevil Michael Richardson)
  • Catwoman (Gina Gershon)
  • The Penguin (Tom Kenny)
  • Mr. Freeze (Clancy Brown)
  • Firefly (Jason Marsden)
  • The Ventriloquist and Scarface (Dan Castellaneta)
  • Man-Bat (Peter MacNicol)
  • Cluemaster (Glenn Shadix)
  • Bane (Joaquim de Almeida)
  • The Riddler (Robert Englund)
  • Professor Hugo Strange (Frank Gorshin and later Richard Green)
  • Ragdoll (Jeff Bennett)
  • Spellbinder (Michael Massee)
  • Killer Croc (Ron Perlman)
  • Solomon Grundy (Kevin Grevioux)
  • Poison Ivy (Piera Coppola)
  • Gearhead (Will Friedle)
  • Maxie Zeus (Phil LaMarr)
  • Killer Moth (Jeff Bennett)
  • Black Mask (James Remar)
  • Harley Quinn (Hynden Walch)
  • Basil Karlo Clayface (Wallace Langham)
  • Lex Luthor (Clancy Brown)
  • Mercy Graves (Gwendonile Yeo)
  • Metallo (Lex Lang)
  • Count Vertigo (Greg Ellis)
  • Toyman (Richard Green)
  • Sinestro (Miguel Ferrer)
  • Shadow Thief (Diedrich Bader)
  • Mirror Master (John Larroquette)
  • Rupert Thorne (Victor Brandt)
  • D.A.V.E. (Jeff Bennett)
  • Temblor (Jim Cummings)
  • Prank (Michael Reisz)
  • Punch and Judy (Steve Harriss)
  • The Terrible Trio (David Faustino, Grey DeLisle and Googy Gress)
  • Wrath (Christopher Gorham)
  • Scorn (Daryl Sabara) 
  • The Joining
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