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Robin's Reckoning: Part I 

Robin finds out that the leader of an extortion ring he and Batman are tracking is Tony Zucco, the man who murdered his parents.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Ferris Dolan (voice)
Diane Pershing ...
Mary Grayson (voice)
Ed Gilbert ...
Jack Haley (voice)
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Robin finds out that the leader of an extortion ring he and Batman are tracking is Tony Zucco, the man who murdered his parents.

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7 February 1993 (USA)  »

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(85 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Batman's costume in the flashback sequence was a cross between the original Bob Kane design and the Batman: Year One design. See more »


Bruce Wayne: I know it must be very difficult.
Dick Grayson, Age 10: If only I could had stopped him. I saw him coming out of the tent! I knew he didn't belong there!
Bruce Wayne: I know. You keep thinking "if only I'd done something differently. If only I could've... Warned them". But there isn't anything you could have done. There isn't anything either of us could have done.
Dick Grayson, Age 10: Your mom and dad? Does the hurt ever go away?
Bruce Wayne: I wish I could say yes. But it'll get better in time... For you. I promise.
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Brace for emotional punch
6 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With a title like 'Robin's Reckoning', you know this probably won't be all sunshine and gumdrops. And the awards recognition speaks for itself; even as a kid, I knew what kind of cachet "Emmy-winning" carried. And it deserves every ounce of that statuette. First off, the animation is first-rate; I mean, this looks amazing. And the henchman takedown at the construction site makes for a great opening. It really sets up Batman and Robin's chemistry on the job . . . and then proceeds to completely upend their relationship the minute a bombshell is dropped. For all the theatricality (say, the snapped rope of a trapeze swinging into frame), the performances are incredibly subtle. And woven into this story of turmoil is the tale of Robin's beginnings; it's very well executed.

The last thing I want to say about this is, well, that ending - which may very well be the series' finest cliffhanger. It's hard not to think (deep down) that the Dynamic Duo is in ruins.


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