Batman and Batgirl hunt Mr. Freeze who is on a destructively nihilistic campaign.
Did You Know?
Mr. Freeze's original character design for Batman: The Animated Series
(1992) was done by comic book artist Mike Mignola
, at the request of Bruce W. Timm
. Like Mr. Freeze in this episode, Mignola's own comics feature at least two characters who exist as disembodied heads attached to robotic bodies: Herman von Klempt, a mad Nazi scientist whose head is kept in a glass jar, and The Amazing Screw-On Head
(2006). See more
The episode begins with the unveiling of a fully-restored Ultrasaurus skeleton. Not only has a complete Ultrasaurus skeleton never been discovered, it was shown in 1996 (a year before this series began) that Ultrasaurus was not a valid genus of dinosaur, the bones originally named "Ultrasaurus" actually being from two previously-known genera. See more
Ice Maiden #2
Hey, Freeze, look who dropped in!
[Mr. Freeze reveals himself. Showing his head walking on robotic spider-like legs
Oh, my God.
Ah, I was hoping to see you again.
The accident that created me finally took its toll. By the time these doctors stopped my deterioration, all that was left undamaged was this.
That's what you meant when you said it was too late for you.
Ironic, isn't it? After all I did to keep my wife whole, I end up like this. You understand now why I could not return...
Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker See more