After being knocked out in a mysterious warehouse, Batman wakes up in a world where his parents are alive, he is engaged to Selina Kyle, and someone else is Batman.

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After being knocked out in a mysterious warehouse, Batman wakes up in a world where his parents are alive, he is engaged to Selina Kyle, and someone else is Batman.

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On the DVD commentary to Batman: Gotham Knight, Kevin Conroy said that this was one of his favorite episodes. See more »

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When he throws the hook to climb to the tower, the end is caught in the gargoyle, however, when he gets up to the tower, we see the end being caught on the tower ledge. See more »

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Bruce Wayne: [looking over a high ledge] You're wrong. There is a way for me to wake up.
The Mad Hatter: N-now just a moment! You don't want to do anything foolish- this isn't an ordinary dream! What if you're wrong?
Bruce Wayne: Then I'll see you in your nightmares.
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Featured in Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Batman: TAS Episodes (2011) See more »

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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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An Episode That Will Really Have You Thinking
10 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, this was a very strange episode, the most unusual one I've seen in the Batman animated series. It is a real thinking person's episode where things aren't what they seem. The villain does not appear until the last few minutes and he's behind all the strange events that Batman experiences throughout this story.

The beginning of this episode features a spectacular car chase scene that is magnificently drawn. Batman, it turns out, is lured into this warehouse, a victim of a trap....and then wakes up in his bed....and is in a world he totally is unable to understand. Is it real, or is it a dream....it's hard to tell.

There is a ton of sci-fi here, an intelligent show that will keep you puzzled, as Batman was here. When we find out what this is all about, near the end, it's pretty neat. Until then, be ready to be confused.


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