Batman finds himself idolized by a powerful being from the fifth dimension.

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Batman / Fanboy (voice)
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Ace the Bathound / Mobster #1 (voice)
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Bat-Mite (voice)
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Catman / Mobster #2 (voice) (as Tom Wilson)
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Batman finds himself idolized by a powerful being from the fifth dimension.

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The shot of Bat-Mite as Batman appearing on the rooftop, silhouetted against a red sky, is the opening shot from Batman: The Animated Series (1992). The series theme plays in the background. See more »

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Batman: [about Calendar Man] There, I defeated your villain of choice. Now, will you go home?
Bat-Mite: Whoa, whoa. That was never a fair fight. You've got skills and weapons. All he's got is a daily planner.
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References The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946) See more »

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Paul Reubens Did Bat Mite's Voice?
30 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

Just makes it all the more amusing.

Not since the Simpsons episode, Three Men and A Comic Book (1991), starring Daniel Stern and Cloris Leachman have I seen a cartoon that captures comic book fantacism and geekiness.

As Bat Mite tries to find confrontations for his hero Batman to take on, he steps out of the story to deal with Batman fans, all dressed as the dark knight, to find out how they like to see their hero.

Topped off with the little mite dressed as Green Arrow at the end, as well as a phenomenal dedication to the old classic Bob Clampett Daffy Duck cartoon, The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946), where he envisioned himself as Dick Tracy, called Duck Twacy, in which Batman is surrounded by larger-than-life images of many recognizeable Batman Rogue's Gallery villains, as Daffy was done with bogus (and real) Dick Tracy characters).

All around brilliant cartoon, the way cartoons should be, ya'll.


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