Batman and his allies apparently have their secret identities exposed and are now are hunted by the police.


(as Yuichiro Yano)


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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Mathew Valencia ...
Robin / Tim Drake (voice)
Alfred Pennyworth / TV Host (voice)
Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
Commissioner James Gordon (voice) (as Bob Hastings)
Liane Schirmer ...
Jack Ryder / The Scarecrow / Dr. Jonathan Crane / Police Officer (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
Mayor Hamilton Hill (voice)
The Mad Hatter / Jervis Tetch (voice)
John Garry ...
Lawyer (voice)
Harley Quinn / Dr. Harleen Quinzel (voice)
Bane (voice)


Batman and his allies apparently have their secret identities exposed and are now are hunted by the police.

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Release Date:

23 May 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


During the final scene it is implied that Commissioner Gordon knows that Barbara is Batgirl, further confirmed during the DVD audio commentary for this episode. See more »


Det. Harvey Bullock: Seal the building! No one gets in or out! I want SWAT teams in place, helicopter backup!
Commissioner James Gordon: Harvey, we both know we'll never catch him. Not that way.
Det. Harvey Bullock: So what do we do?
Commissioner James Gordon: What I should've done years ago.
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Things Fall Apart
20 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Batgirl's dead, Gordon's storming the Batcave and our heroes are on the run. No matter what narrative gimmick's involved (and you know there is one, this is a kids show), that's a ballsy way to open your story. Still, it's a dark tale and the image of Barbara falling to her death is a shocking one.

But so often these "what-if"s are boiled down to explaining it all away in a dream, ,and that's where 'Over the Edge' has the . . . well, edge. It's all stemming from Barbara's anxieties over keeping her hero life a secret from Dad. And it makes for a touching final scene.

What could've just been a stunt turns out to be a great character piece.


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