The Batman: Season 1, Episode 12

The Rubberface of Comedy (30 Apr. 2005)

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Joker wreaks havoc on all of Gotham with a new gizmo that can morph any object into rubber or putty. Meanwhile, the Chief of Police pressures his detectives to take down The Batman once and for all! Part 1 of 1

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Joker wreaks havoc on all of Gotham with a new gizmo that can morph any object into rubber or putty. Meanwhile, the Chief of Police pressures his detectives to take down The Batman once and for all! Part 1 of 1

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DEBUT: Punch & Judy (episode 1.12 "The Rubberface of Comedy") See more »

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Chief Angel Rojas: Wouldn't you say, Detective?
Detective Ethan Bennett: Chief. BACK OFF!
Chief Angel Rojas: Bennett.
Detective Ethan Bennett: This is not my fault, chief! No, no.
The Joker: So we have issues with the boss, eh? Well, who doesn't? Bosses make terrific tormentors. Tote that barge, lift that bail, rewrite that script, sort that mail. All it takes is one too many orders to make the cuckoo call.
[Joker's origin is shown]
The Joker: All it takes is one rotten day to transform a normal man into a monster! Well, in my case, a rotten day and a chemical bath.
[Laughs]
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very good episode
28 October 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

this is the first full episode of the series The Batman that i have seen,and i liked it.it's the first of a two part episode.it's a different look for the caped crusader from the animated Batman series.i liked the look of the characters more in this one.i think they look more realistic.i found the story quite interesting and the episode moved at a pretty good pace.i also liked the voice casting,although it takes a bit of getting used to compared to the voice casting from Batman.what i like the most is the music.it's very modern and stylish.for me,it was a good introduction to the series,and i might just pick up the complete series or at least one season at a time.for me,The Batman:The Rubberface of Comedy is an 8/10


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