When Batman enters the door marked "Riddle???", the question marks turn into guns and fire projectiles at him, knocking him off his feet and blasting off the door. A few frames later, Batman gets to his feet and runs to exit the room and closes the door that had just been blown off its hinges. See more »
Where does a 500-pound gorilla sleep? What's worse than a millipede with sore feet? How do you fit five elephants into a car?
Wherever it wants, a giraffe with a sore throat, and two in the front seat, two in the back and one in the trunk.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker See more »
Another winner courtesy of Edward Nygma. Although this feels more like an episode that would feature Mad Hatter than Riddler. There are a lot of trippy visuals that mess with your head in this. Maybe if Nygma and Tetch had teamed up in this episode it would've been a blow-out, but Nygma's cool by himself. Much like his debut, the story centers around Batman having a test of wits against his puzzling adversary, only this time it's in virtual reality. Thanks to the awesome animation, you almost feel like Riddler's messing with you as well as Batman. Think of the dream machine from "Perchance to Dream", only if it were designed to kill you.
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