A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
[Bruce Wayne/Batman has been temporarily blinded. Leslie orders him to take rest to recuperate]
No way, Leslie! Not as long as the Penguin has that chopper.
If there's some question, Master Bruce, I urge you to resolve it straightaway.
[looks out the window and sees the signal]
You have a call on your private line.
Then let's go!
In your condition, sir?
If you think a little inconvenience like this is going to stop me...
[he knocks over a lamp]
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Blind as a Bat is one of my favourite episodes. And as i've gotten older, i now appreciate it even more.
The gist of the story is Penguin stealing a a high-tech Army helicopter and holding Gotham City to ransom. Meanwhile, as a result of the high-jacking, Bruce Wayne is blinded. Can a blinded Batman stop The Penguin? I think it's a fantastic story, and shows that Batman is only human too. This episode marks the last story where Penguin is the main villain, which is a shame as I think he was one of the more colourful, and diabolical villains, who is perfectly voiced by Paul Williams.
I love a good Penguin episode, and if you do too, then definitely check this one out.
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