A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
The address of Wayne Manor is given as 1007 Mountain Drive, Gotham. See more »
[Overlooking the Lazarus Pit]
You want us to put him in that? You're crazy!
Talia Al Ghul:
No, listen to me, I know it is difficult to believe, but the pit is what keeps alive, what *has* kept him alive for 600 years.
Talia Al Ghul:
Please! You must believe me!
We have no choice. He's stopped breathing.
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After Robin is kidnapped. A man named Rhas Al Ghul approaches Batman. Telling him his daughter was also kidnapped. Together they embark on a journey to find them.
WOW!!!!!!! What an episode. Not only does it have great suspense from beginning to end. It has perfect action scenes. Like in Calcutta where they're attacked by th gang. Or in Malaysia when Batman's attacked by the panther. Or in the Himalayas where Rhas Al Ghul fakes his death and where the ninjas attack him in the snow.
Not only does it have a perfect prologue and cliffhanger, the storyline in between is action-packed and full of pure brilliance. And it's good to see an episode with fantasy. It proves not only can Batman be like a superhero with powers. He can be much more amusing, slick and better in every way. This is an episode from heaven. If you don't like it. You don't like Batman.
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