Batman Beyond (1999–2001)
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The Curse of the Kobra: Part 1 

Terry goes for advanced martial arts training at a special dojo, but there is far more to one of his fellow students than he realizes.

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Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Zander (voice)
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Max (voice)
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Kairi Tanaga (voice) (as Takayo Fisher)
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Dr. Childes (voice)
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Dr. Bonjahri (voice)
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Guard (voice)
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Driver (voice) (as Gary Sturgis)
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J-Man (voice)
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Terry goes for advanced martial arts training at a special dojo, but there is far more to one of his fellow students than he realizes.

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3 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Kairi Tanaga appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series episode "Day of the Samurai". She was the star student of Sensei Yoru, who was also the martial arts instructor of Bruce Wayne. See more »

Quotes

Batman: [after being tripped during a balance exercise] No fair!
Kairi Tanaga: Fair? The only fair around here is in September. Deal with it!
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References Batman Beyond: Sentries of the Last Cosmos (2000) See more »

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Batman Beyond (End Credits)
Composed by Shirley Walker
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Best episode in awhile
27 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'm starting to feel sorry for this show now, there hasn't been a stand out episode in like 20 episodes, and I've been clawing my way to the end just to get it over with. That being said though, this episode is pretty good. I think it would've worked better during when Terry was still learning the ropes of being Batman, but the action's good, and the writing is alright. Hopefully Part 2 of this will be good and not have starfish/facehuggers in it.


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