Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
The scene where Batman is attacked by minature planes in a minature city is a homage to the final scene in King Kong. There is even a minature building identical to the Empire State Building.
The Joker's jetpack is the same one James Bond uses in the opening scene of Thunderball.
Carl Beaumont is drawn to Marc Ange Draco.
The scene where Batman is washed down the sewer is a shot-for-shot remake of the scene where Lupin is washed down an aquaduct in Cagliostro.
When the Joker (Mark Hamill) shoots the robots in the "World's Fair", the sound of them winding down is the sound of the Millennium Falcon winding down from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) which starred Hamill.
scene with bruce wayne fighting motorcycle gang mirrors fight in akira
The Phantasm disappears after the bombs
A poster is seen at the comic con convention in "A Hard Days Warner".
Mentioned in dialogue.
The character of Andrea Beaumont/The Phantasm briefly returns.
When Roulette announces the second match, one of the visible audience-members resembles Arthur Reeves.
Hewy says "SubZero" is the sequel to "Mask of the Phantasm"
is said to be better than Equilibrium
siskel & ebert review this movie
among the box office competition for Thumbelina
AniMat considers South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut to be up with this film as one of the greatest films based on a cartoon.
The Joker mentions that he had a jet pack once before Batman hitched a ride on it, referring to his climatic battle with Batman on a jet pack.
An acclaimed animated film that AniMat got to review through the Animation Hat.
In the opening scene the news broadcast references a criminal by the name of Chuckie Sol, one of the gang members in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
Reviewed, clips shown
Featured as the Number 2 spot
The cops shooting at explosives.
recalling the different Jokers throughout Bat history
Reviewed, clips shown.
Batman "sees the Care Bears' signal"
movie is reviewed
An entire sequence is storyboarded and animated to match a scene in "Mask of Phantasm"