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In this issue we are finally let in on the Jokers major plan. He has taken over the Gotham airwaves, and taken the "Batman Family" hostage. Threatening to kill them if Batman does not show up.

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Old Hat 0

In this issue we are finally let in on the Jokers major plan. He has taken over the Gotham airwaves, and taken the "Batman Family" hostage. Threatening to kill them if Batman does not show up.  This is where the series has made a stumble. Mind you, it is still entertaining. The elements are in place, and the tone and look are still reminiscent of the most excellent animated series ever to be on television. Yet, the story here was old in the fifties. That is where this one is the weakest.  You ca...

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Toxic Kryptonite 0

Just look at that cover. Ain't it a b'yoot? Now that's a cover. Not like the one for the previous issue. The Batman Adventures #2 sure could've used a better cover. This says it all. The Batman is The Joker's prisoner, and the clown prince has got him on display. Or, maybe that's just a knowing inference on my part.  The Joker made his debut on Batman: The Animated Series with Christmas With The Joker, originally broadcast on September 13, 1992. This issue feels alot like that episode, and a lit...

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