Batman investigates the sudden appearance of "The Judge," a faceless vigilante who battles Gotham City's supervillains with lethal force.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne / Henchman (voice)
Two-Face / Harvey Dent (voice)
The Judge / Bartender (voice)
Brooks Gardner ...
Jodi Baskerville ...
Anchorwoman (voice)
Manny / Guard #1 (voice)
Mo / Guard #2 (voice)


Batman investigates the sudden appearance of "The Judge," a faceless vigilante who battles Gotham City's supervillains with lethal force.

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31 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Malachi Throne, the voice of The Judge, is the personality behind another Batman villain. Throne played False Face in two episodes of the '66 Batman series. See more »


When "Two-Face" was in his hideout and he was looking at "The Judge" on TV his scars changed from his left-side to his right-side. See more »


The Judge: Is there no honor among thieves, Mr. Cobblepot? And you're worse than a thief. Trafficking in stolen goods.
The Penguin: I don't know who you are, sir, but I assure you, my transactions were all legitimate. You see, I had no actual knowledge that the items were stolen. Given that, I don't see how the law can touch me.
The Judge: I am the law... and I find you guilty!
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Guest performers and an engaging story really make this one shine!
9 August 2008 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

"Judgment Day" is one of the best of the later episodes of "The New Batman Adventures," formerly known as "Batman: The Animated Series." In this installment, character actor Malachi Throne voices "The Judge," a vigilante out to deal "the strong arm of the law" on criminals that have repeatedly abused the system, managing to play "revolving doors" with the courts. He almost fatally disposes of Two-Face, The Riddler, and The Penguin, each saved by the intervention of Batman.

Throne is superb, with his distinctive bass, as are frequent Bat-actors Richard Moll, John Glover, and Paul Williams as the aforementioned villains. Of course, Kevin Conroy provides his stellar work as Batman.

The episode has a very satisfying and quite surprising end, elevating it a 9-star rating.

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