The Batman (2004–2008)
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The End of the Batman 

The Batman meets his opposite number in the form of the Wrath and his partner Scorn. Includes appearances by Joker, Penguin, Scarface/Ventriloquist and Killer Croc.



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Episode cast overview:
Bruce Wayne / The Batman (voice)
Dick Grayson / Robin (voice)
Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
Oswald Cobblepot / The Penguin (voice)
The Joker (voice)
Killer Croc (voice)
Scarface (voice)
William Mallery / Wrath (voice) (as Chris Gorham)
Andy Mallery / Scorn (voice)
Sally Galt (voice)


The Batman meets his opposite number in the form of the Wrath and his partner Scorn. Includes appearances by Joker, Penguin, Scarface/Ventriloquist and Killer Croc.

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9 February 2008 (USA)  »

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You think you're so original, don't you?
30 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Beings there's only three episodes of this show left, this'll more than likely top my "Worst Episodes" list, because it'll take a genuine disgrace to top this waste of time. This episode makes no sense, actually, it makes less than no sense.

First, Wrath and Scorn are so lazily written it's not even funny. Just like "The Terrible Trio" in "Batman: The Animated Series", their motives make no sense, and they're not even a threat, yet they're treated like they're the biggest challenge Bruce and company have ever faced. So the reason they don't like Batman is because their parents were jewel thieves who got caught. Not by Batman, because Bruce was still a kid back then, so why do they hate Batman? They're reasoning is that villains have a hard enough time as it is, without having to worry about Batman, so it's Batman's fault. Yes, because killing people/robbing them is so freaking difficult without some guy trying to stop you. Give me a break. And then they try to pull an "Under the Red Hood" and question why Bruce doesn't kill his opponents. We've been over this numerous times, Bruce doesn't kill them because there's no justice in them dying. If Bruce kills them, then he's no better than they are. When Jason Todd questioned that in "Under the Red Hood" it was because he didn't understand why Joker of all people was allowed to live. It was personal. When Wrath and Scorn do it in this, it's just a phoned-in "Question Batman's Code" speech.

Two, the designs of Wrath and Scorn are super lazy, they're basically re-colors of Bruce and Dick, can you get more unoriginal than that? Third, They find out Bruce is Batman and don't tell anyone. They have 4 villains on speaker phone and they don't say "Oh by the way, that guy that keeps spoiling your plans and putting you in jail is actually Bruce Wayne. You know, the guy who lives in a mansion that's six stories tall and everyone knows where it is. You may want to pay him a visit and get rid of your ultimate roadblock once and for all." How stupid are these guys!?! At least Hugo Strange in "Batman: The Animated Series" tried to auction off Batman's secret identity. Oh but don't worry, Wrath and Scorn get hit with Joker Gas and now they can't tell anyone that Bruce is Batman. So what happens when they're given the antidote? What's stopping them from spilling the beans then? Oh right, the writers didn't think that far ahead.

This episode is a lazy, insulting, waste of time, that thinks it's so original, but secretly has it's fingers crossed that no one realizes how bad it is. Well I'm glad I saw right through it. Way to waste my time, welcome to the top of the "Worst Episodes" list.

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