Batman: The Animated Series: Season 2, Episode 7

Sideshow (3 May 1994)

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Killer Croc escapes a prison train and finds refuge with a group of former circus freaks living in the mountains, who take pity on him.



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Killer Croc escapes a prison train and finds refuge with a group of former circus freaks living in the mountains, who take pity on him.

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. Batman vs The Wild
7 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A fine episode of Batman. In this episode Batman chases the Killer Croc. He escapes into the woods and finds shelter with a group of retired side show freaks. It's great to see Batman in the woods, you don't get much of that in this show. And I always liked Killer Croc. Unlike most Batman villains, he's not crazy and he has no grand scheme for world domination. He is just an evil ruthless criminal. In a way that makes him one of the Batman's most dangerous foes. This show also has my favorite line in the whole series. By the Croc himself after some one tells him to be humane, he snaps "Who you calling human!" Brilliant. The side show freaks were also a nice touch. This is definitely one of the strangest episodes, had kind of a Tod Browning "Freaks" quality to it. But I guess that was the point. The writers tried something different with this episode and it certainly paid off.

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