Batman faces off against the Scarecrow whose fear gas makes the superhero afraid of disgracing the Wayne name.

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Batman faces off against the Scarecrow whose fear gas makes the superhero afraid of disgracing the Wayne name.

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Production-wise, this is the last episode to feature Clive Revill's voice as Alfred Pennyworth before he left due to a previous commitment. After Revill left, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. took over Alfred's role for the rest of the series and the DCAU. See more »

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Spiders have eight legs yet are shown as only having four See more »

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The Scarecrow: Succumb to the fear!
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In the original series Henry Polic 2 plays the voice of Professor Jonathan Crane/The Scarecrow. In the cast credits his name is spelled differently sometimes. It goes from Henry Polic II(Nothing to Fear) to Henry Polick(Fear of Victory) See more »

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Featured in Hilariocity Review: Batman & Robin (2015) See more »

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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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One of the more unique villains
21 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As Batman villains go, The Scarecrow is is full-on horror movie material. If you take his depiction in the Arkham games especially, the guy can get pretty scary. But feature him on a kids show and you're limited to . . . pretty much a literal scarecrow, with straw and everything. This is why 'Nothing to Fear' relies primarily on the writing, which is what makes this so effective. The bad guy, gangly and harmless, gets at Batman psychologically. Bruce is forced to conquer his inner fears (particularly those of failure and it results in one of the show's great lines: "I am vengeance. I am the night. I am Batman!"

There's a big zeppelin fight, but otherwise nothing flashy. Yet, it's still a great character story and well-executed, at that.

7/10


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