Klarion the Witch Boy takes control of Etrigan the Demon and the Dynamic Duo must stop his destructive mischief.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Klarion the Witch Boy takes control of Etrigan the Demon and the Dynamic Duo must stop his destructive mischief.

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9 May 1998 (USA)  »

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The Demon smashes the window of the Kirby Cake House to steal some cake for Klarion. The name, "Kirby Cake House", is a reference to Jack Kirby, the man who created The Demon. See more »

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Batman: What now?
Etrigan the Demon: "Mother's grief, Father's shame. Soon he goes to whence he came."
Robin: What's that mean?
Etrigan the Demon: I'm sending him to his room.
[Etrigan, Klarion and Teekl disappear]
Robin: About tonight...
Batman: Don't ask. Just... Don't ask.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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An example of what not to do
19 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, I doubt anything'll beat this on the "Worst Episodes" list. Only two episode so far have been bad in my opinion, and both of which suffered from not being grounded in reality. That's what I always loved about Batman, it felt like it could actually happen in a sense. Now obviously, not EVERYTHING in this show could've happened, but people rarely had super powers, there was no inter-dimensional travel, or anything like that. This episode is the exact opposite of that, and this wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing, if there was at least some build up to it. Jason Blood, who's that, I don't know, apparently he's magic and also a demon and also very powerful and Bruce and him are friends and he knows Bruce is Batman and Bruce knows that Jason's a demon. Did that run-on sentence feel fast-paced? Because that's exactly how all of that felt, one thing after another after another. Introducing all of this at once as if we're supposed to know who this character is doesn't help the episode, it makes it feel forced.

Now let's talk about the villain in this. Oh, God this little brat. I think out of all the villains I've seen across both shows, this kid is the worst one. Not because his motives are dumb, not because he's a one-note character, but because he's so annoying. He's not developed, his voice is irritating, and he's just a brat.

When it's not annoying, it's boring, when it's not boring, it's forced, and when it's not boring or forced, it's annoying. It's literally a never-ending spiral of these three things for 30 minutes. Please tell me this brat doesn't have another episode.


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