The Batman (2004–2008)
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Clayface of Tragedy 

Batman is pitted against a new villain named Clayface, who can transform his body as if it were clay and impersonate anyone he chooses! Before The Batman can stop him, he will learn Clayface's shocking dark secret! Part 2 of 2

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Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
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Detective Ellen Yin (voice) (as Ming-Na)
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The Joker (voice)
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Chief Angel Rojas (voice)
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Batman is pitted against a new villain named Clayface, who can transform his body as if it were clay and impersonate anyone he chooses! Before The Batman can stop him, he will learn Clayface's shocking dark secret! Part 2 of 2

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TV-Y7
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7 May 2005 (USA)  »

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DEBUT: Clayface (episode 1.13 "Clayface of Tragedy") See more »

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Clayface: Come on in, Batman. It's time to say our goodbyes to Chief Rojas.
Batman: Let him go.
Clayface: What, you don't approve, Bats? After all, to Rojas here, we're both on the wrong side of the law.
Batman: It doesn't matter what he thinks. It's the code you live by that matters. And you don't wanna cross a line that you can't uncross.
Clayface: Maybe you haven't noticed, Bats, but my line's been crossed for good!
Detective Ellen Yin: Ethan, no!
Detective Ethan Bennett: It's not cool anymore to reveal secret identities, Yin.
Detective Ellen Yin: Not that it matters.
Bruce Wayne: When I can be anyone I choose.
Batman: And...
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continuing the story The The Rubberface of Comedy
28 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

this episode is a continuation of the previous episode The Rubberface of Comedy,which i really enjoyed.this is the last episode of season 1.i liked this episode as well as the previous.i like where they took the story.i hadn't seen a full episode of this series until i watched the previous episode.after having watched this episode and the previous one,i noticed that there is more depth to the character of Bruce Wayne.the series seems to touch more on the personal life and tragic aspect that id the Batman/Bruce Wayne.of course,i've now only seen 2 episodes,and maybe it's just my imagination.either way,this story contained in the 2 episodes was good and a good intro to the series.for me,The Batman:The Clayface of Tragedy is an 8/10


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