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 »
When Batman tosses the acid at the duplicant Batman, half of its face burns off. In the comics, this was Two-Face's origin, when crime boss Sal "Boss" Maroni throws acid at Harvey Dent's face, which disfigures half of it. See more »
Could it be it had a soul, Alfred? A soul of silicon, but a soul nonetheless.
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This sequel to the two-parter "Heart of Steel," presented earlier in the series' first season has an intriguing premise: a robot replacement for Batman becomes activated and seeks out the "imposter" that has taken over his life. Kevin Conroy has a field day as both the real Batman/Bruce Wayne and the robot facsimile.
William Sanderson returns as the voice of inventor Carl Rossem and his easily recognizable voice, formerly heard as one of the trio of brothers on "Newhart, is a welcome addition to the stellar line of performers that have lent credibility to the Emmy-winning show.
Like most installments in the show's history, the writers always did an outstanding job of crafting stories that appealed to all age groups, never condescending to children and written literate enough to appeal to an older audience.
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