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Robin's Reckoning: Part II 

Batman orders Robin to stay at home while he goes to catch Tony Zucco, but Robin goes out anyway.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
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Linda Gary ...
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Rebecca Gilchrist ...
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Batman orders Robin to stay at home while he goes to catch Tony Zucco, but Robin goes out anyway.

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14 February 1993 (USA)  »

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(85 episodes)

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Robin's hair as a child was based off the original comic book art. See more »

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Robin: You were right, y'know, not bringing me along. You knew I'd take it too personally.
Batman: It wasn't that, Robin. It wasn't that at all. Zucco's taken so much, caused you so much pain. I couldn't stand the thought that he might... take you, too.
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Robin: Come on, partner. It's been a long night.
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References Akira (1988) See more »

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Batman The Animated Series
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Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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6 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This probably sounds like a nitpick, but the animation in "Part II" simply can't compete with its predecessor. I know that's an occupational hazard, that a two-parter requires two different animation houses to maintain the production schedule (I was actually surprised 'Heart of Steel' was all done by the same people). But there it is.

Storywise, this is just fine, further fleshing out Dick's early years and pitting Batman and Robin against each other. It really points out how Bruce can be so insular, even on a team. To us, his priorities seem horribly misplaced; does he seek restitution for Dick or for himself? This one's a hard lesson for both heroes, but the writing is exceptional.

8/10


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