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Some character's wear revealing clothing and there are some kisses, but nothing too explicit.

In the first season some jock guy says to a woman "Would like you to take a ride" to which the woman replies "Is your car all that you think about", he then answers "Who says I'm talking about my car" Which can obviously be a sexual reference.

An episode even has a scene in a woman's shower with girls in modesty towels.


Since this is Batman, heavy violence and fistfights. Many hand-to-hand battles and fights between Batman and his enemies. There are some scenes with some blood, but not too many. Some white flashes are added in many episodes to tone down the enormous amount of violence, but there are little to none in the uncut seasons. There is one particular scene, though. In "Eyewitness", when the fake Terry murder's a criminal, blood sprays on the wall and a bit on the floor, but it is dark, so not much can be seen.


There is mild to moderate profanity in the show altogether. Some 'hells', 'damns', and one 'ass' in the second season, but other than that, 'Oh My God''s and 'Dear God''s all around.


There is mild smoking and there is a bit of drinking, mostly in the second and third seasons, but nothing too strong.

The episode "The Winning Edge" touches on drugs ( in the show the drug is called venom which is reacts much like steroids), and we see a young man consumes.


The appearance and stories of some villain (Ratboy, Mr. Freeze, Derek Powers, Earth-Mover) can be scary to the smallest.

The violence is intense and brutal for a show of children, also touches topics as drugs, murder in cold blood, corruption, infidelity.


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