Batman Beyond: Season 2, Episode 10

Mind Games (4 Dec. 1999)

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A young girl with telepathic powers calls to Batman for help.



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Episode cast overview:
Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Rebecca Gilchrist ...
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Albino (voice)
Max (voice)
Tamara (voice)
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A young girl with telepathic powers calls to Batman for help.

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"what's her power?" "they call her Bombshell" "Oh that's encouraging"
30 December 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

The animation takes some getting used especially if you are/were a fan of the original award-winning series, but the producers get A for Effort in taking this concept to the next level. Besides the scripts and voice actors more than compensate for any oddness in the animation.

Of all the episodes, this is the sweetest and the one with the greatest connection, in my view. Maybe that's because it is less about super-villains and more about saving those who lack the ability to save themselves.

The specific scene where the young heroine contacts Batman through the teddy bear, and says that she has to be "quiet", is very touching and quite memorable.

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