Batman must stop R'as Al Ghul's plot to destroy the earth.



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Episode credited cast:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Ra's al Ghul (voice)
Talia al Ghul (voice)
Ubu (voice)
Captor (voice)
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Tomoya Kawai ...
Ubu (voice)


Batman must stop R'as Al Ghul's plot to destroy the earth.

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4 May 1993 (USA)  »

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(85 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Batman meets mass murder
6 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, I'd say Ra's certainly wins in terms of attempted body count. His master plan would have killed over 2 billion people. Wasn't that like a third of the population of Earth when this aired. That's crazy. And all to build a utopia with him as the ruler, or essentially press the "Reset" button. If you thought Poison Ivy was an Eco-terrorist, then Ra's must be her dad. This show's covered some dark stuff, but the death of 2 billion people, that unheard of in shows like this. Oh course his plan doesn't work, but just the thought of doing that is crazy. I like this better than "Part 1", but not enough to rate it a 10. Compared to other "Part 2" episodes like "Feat of Clay Part 2" and "Heart of Steel Part 2", this just lacks the satisfaction. The episode ends on a final note, with Ra's falling into the Lazarus Pit, but you see him crawl out at the end, so it seems kind of unnecessary for him to have a "death scene". Regardless, it's a very good conclusion to the story.

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