Batman travels to Egypt and joins with Talia to hunt down Ra's al Ghul who is searching for an ancient source of ultimate power.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Lucius Fox (voice)
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Ra's al Ghul (voice)
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Talia (voice)
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Ubu (voice)
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Thoth Khepera (voice)
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Batman travels to Egypt and joins with Talia to hunt down Ra's al Ghul who is searching for an ancient source of ultimate power.

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9 May 1994 (USA)  »

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Nichelle Nicholos (Thoth Khepera), David Warner (Ra's al Ghul), and Brock Peters (Lucius Fox) all starred in Star Trek VI: The Undicovered Country (1991) as Commander Uhura, Chancellor Gorkon, and Admiral Cartwright, respectively. See more »

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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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At it again, in grand fashion.
23 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like clockwork, Ra's al Ghul is on another quest for power, as usual dragging Batman away from Gotham. None of this is a criticism, it's just what the guy does. But 'Avatar' adds a distinctly "Raiders of the Lost Ark" flavor, not just with the overseas flying graphics but also the archaeological expedition.

It's a solid episode, once again teasing the forbidden romance between Bruce and Thalia; and David Warner really punches up the malice in his voice. Honestly, Ra's wouldn't be half as fascinating with lesser casting. And there's some beautiful animation here, if inconsistent. All in all not a bad return of one of Batman's otherworldly villains.

7/10


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