Batman tracks a series of robots to Cybertron's headquarters, with some assistance from Barbara Gordon.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Barbara Gordon (voice)
Dr. Karl Rossum (voice)
H.A.R.D.A.C. (voice)
Randa Duane (voice)


Batman tracks a series of robots to Cybertron's headquarters, with some assistance from Barbara Gordon.

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17 November 1992 (USA)  »

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(85 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Batman: [Barbara is hanging onto Batman's cape] I'll contact you when I have more information... please let go of my cape.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Part II Doesn't Live Up To Part I, Except For Sanderson
4 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After a great first part, this conclusion of "Heart Of Steel" was a little too formulaic and just was not what I had hoped it to be. The first part featured a variety of interesting villains which came in all sizes and shapes. It included a robot disguised as a deadly briefcase!

This conclusion was still action-packed and should keep anyone's attention but was mainly just physical battles between Batman and the human clones.

It also had a very contrived part with Commissioner Gordon's daughter, who had never done anything except take her teddy bear around, turning into some unrealistic heroine. It was noble, but too much of a cliché.

I did like William Sanderson's voice. He played "Rossum," the guy who invented the computer which turned almost human and got carried away with its mission. At first, I couldn't place Sanderson's voice. Then, it hit me: he was a villain in the western "Crossfire Trail" and the crime movie, "Last Man Standing." He plays a good villain, but he's not a villain in here. Sanderson has done a lot of TV work and has a long resume. A lot of voices in these Batman animated episodes are veteran TV actors.

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