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Yes. And Yes. The Joker has been characterized as psychopathic/sociopathic paramour to Harley Quinn in many mediums. Different shows have different takes on the relationship, from actual love to purely psychopathic control. As the Joker is the epitome of an unreliable narrator, nothing he says can be taken at face value. As he says regarding how he became ...


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From IMDb: When the series was expanded from Justice League to Justice League Unlimited, producers considered adding Batman's sidekicks, Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing. However, DC Comics turned them down, because the Robin/Dick Grayson role was being used on Teen Titans. There was/is something called "(Bat)-Embargo": a decision to keep certain ...


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This song got no particular name. They didn't actually write a song for the episode. Voice actor for J'onn J'onzz, Carl Lumbly, came up with what Martian lullaby sounds like. By the quote from Bruce Timm (emphasis mine), “Sure it borders on being a little too sugary in places; certainly we knew that J’onn singing in the episode would be too much. We ...


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It didn't. As you can see here: you will notice that these are reversed from the Youtube video you link to. Because the Youtube video you link to was reversed from the original video, to avoid Youtube's Content ID system: Videos uploaded to YouTube are scanned against a database of files that have been submitted to us by content owners. Copyright owners ...


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It doesn't seem that it gives her some extra power boost but rather its more similar to a Battle cry. Hera was powerful symbolism for amazons, Hera being most powerful female deity in their beliefs could be the reason. By saying those words, Wonder Woman is trying to increase her inner strength and morale and her belief of powerful figure watching over her ...


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From http://****yeahjasontodd.tumblr.com In Robin Rising, a special feature on the Batman: Animated Series DVD set, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm talk about bringing in a new Robin. Bruce Timm: The kid Robin that we did was both a combination of Tim Drake and Jason Todd. Paul Dini: Jason Todd was a version of Robin that was created in,...


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From Wikipedia: Harley Quinn first appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Joker's Favor", as what was originally supposed to be the animated equivalent of a walk-on role; a number of police officers were to be taken hostage by someone jumping out of a pop out cake, and it was decided that to have the Joker do so himself would be too bizarre (...


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The opening title sequence with Superman is from "The New Batman/Superman Adventures" (TNBSA), and the classic Batman opening is from "Batman: The Animated Series" (BTAS). Episodes for "Batman: The Animated Series" have been broadcast and distributed under both BTAS and TNBSA titles. Other TNBSA episodes are sourced from "Superman: The Animated Series" and ...


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As cleared form your comments, you want to know about all the animated film Batman is in including team films, here is my take on it by continuity/release order: Stand-alone films: The following films are stand-alone films with Batman in it, and do not share continuity with each other or other films: Justice League: The New Frontier Batman: Under the Red ...


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Most of the DC animated movies are stand alone, with no plot related connection between them. The only connection is the common background of the comics they come from from. Most of them are retellings of one-shot stories or specific arcs of the comic titles. For example, Justice League: Doom is based on JLA #43-46 (2002), the arc titled Tower of Babel. The ...


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The two people smarter than Mr. Terrific in the DCAU would be Braniac 5 and Lex Luthor. In the comics and the DCAU the highest level of intelligence is a 12th Level intellect. From the Justice League Unlimited season 3 episode # 10 Far From Home: The Legion of Superheroes has been attacked by the Fatal Five. BOUNCING BOY: This stinks, Brainy. I hate ...


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The ship that capsized and sunk is a generic luxury liner, a cruise ship like any other. It sinks the same way any ship with a hole from an explosion would (Takes in water, water heavy end sinks, lifting the far end into the air). While it might be reminiscent of the Titanic, unlike the Titanic, there is no ice burgs, no people swimming in the ocean. The ...


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As cde puts it, you can watch The Zeta Project without having watched all the Batman Beyond episodes. It's mainly because it is a spin-off series based on the character Zeta from the Batman Beyond episode named ZETA season 2, ep 20. Thus, to answer your question, you should start watching it as it's remarkably interesting (in my opinion). But, there are a ...


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I think you are talking about The New Batman/Superman Adventures. From Wikipedia The New Batman/Superman Adventures is a name given to a package series that combined Superman: The Animated Series with The New Batman Adventures produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It aired from 1997–2000 on Kids' WB. Each half-hour episode in the hour and one half ...


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Blüdhaven appears briefly in the Justice League Unlimited television series episode "Grudge Match" as the backdrop for a meta-human fighting match organized by Roulette in which female Leaguers under mind control (including Fire, Wonder Woman and Black Canary) fight it out. A signboard at the city's entrance says "Welcome to Blüdhaven". In the same scene, ...


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With DC, nothing is a coincidence. This film was released on the 25th anniversary of The Death of Superman comic, which was released November 17, 1992, and the 16th anniversary of Justice League (2001) which premiered its first episode November 17, 2001. So, it appears that WB Studios just consider this date lucky and/ or just want to tribute to two of the ...


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I think it's been hinted a few times in Batman: The Animated Series and its sequel The New Batman Adventures. As far as I can remember, it's been hinted twice: Batman: The Animated Series Episode 56: Harley and Ivy: When the Joker fires Harley, she tries going on a crime spree of her own, joining up with Poison Ivy, and the two become Gotham's Queens of ...


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Yes the original lineup was supposed to be too different then what we got but the one shown in question is Timm's drawing of the proposed Justice League which can't even make into show's pitch video. From cbr.com Timm’s initial view of the League was to essentially just do the classic Justice League that everyone was familiar with from the Super Powers ...


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The scene as presented doesn't make a lot of sense. It should be easy to spit out a candy cane, and, for whatever reason, the episode doesn't take the time to explain why James, Barbara, and Harvey don't bother to do that. Unfortunately, the non-speculative, in-universe answer is: Nothing is preventing them. The scene just doesn't make sense on its own. ...


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No, this image is a forgery. When the 2001 version of Justice League was pitched, the idea from the beginning was to pay tribute to the original Justice League, while also stressing racial and cultural diversity. Having two female characters was always part of the discussion, as was having Green Lantern be black. These changes were not afterthoughts, they ...


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Original Batman: He was retired and helped Terry McGinnis in his training. It will be full of spoilers how Terry become new Batman but you can watch Batman Beyond (TV series) to know about it. Original Joker: He was dead as told by original Batman in the film himself and we already know who is the new joker. Note: Also remember Batman Beyond is part of ...


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Superman has a long history of suit changes. It's not often explained, sometimes what if/alt universe costumes, and some go with more stylized emblems than others. (Click for Detail) Notice the 93 Reign, 97 Red/Blue, and 99 Son of Superman. Single color suits that lend themselves to the Superman Beyond costume shown in the 2000 Episode of Batman Beyond. ...


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People don't actually notice but dick grayson and barbara gordon ARE in Justice league 1'st season in the season finale. It's a single minute but if you catch it in the right second. It's when flash, lantern, and wonderwomen are in an alternate reality and Batman is a vigilante rebel against Savages army. Among batmans soldiers you see a couple right before ...


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The following interview (a longer version of the video you linked to) explains the reason for both the dual voices (which was actually Kevin Conroy's idea and had only been done before once by Michael Keaton) and that he ultimately had to tone the Bruce Wayne voice down. It doesn't mention him ditching the voice completely but it seems likely that this ...


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No he doesn't. The sucide squad just glamoured their abusive relationship. Joker doesn't love anyone. He is only obsessed with Batman. The Arkham games touch on this. As well as a Death in the Family comics. Frank Miller and Grant Morrison have also shown how Joker is perverse in a semi-homoerotic fixation with Batman. For those who still doesn't understand ...


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When we first meet Superman in "Batman Beyond", according to "The Call" parts 1 & 2, he has been under Starro's control for years. Perhaps that alien's fashion choices were not as pleasing to the human eye as Kal-El's.


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