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Mayhem of the Music Meister! 

The Music Meister uses his ability to control minds in an effort to take over the world.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman (voice)
Clock King (voice)
Black Canary (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
Babyface (voice)
Black Manta (voice)
Green Arrow (voice)
Music Meister (voice)


The Music Meister uses his ability to control minds in an effort to take over the world.

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23 October 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


This isn't the first time Neal Patrick Harris has been a singing super villain. He was also Dr. Horrible in Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog. See more »


At the end of the first scene wherein Batman rescues everyone from the rocket's blast, he tosses a set of protective earpieces to Aquaman, Black Canary and Green Arrow. Yet in the very next scene, where Music Meister takes control of Arkham Asylum and other local populace, these other three heroes are also controlled and are singing. See more »


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The Brave and the Bold is the show that the world wants to see!
6 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Or it should be, anyway.

This was a marvellous episode. I was worried that it would take an appreciation of both theatre and cheese to enjoy it, and having seen the minority of the critical reception, I was right. With most, though, I think this is a resounding success. It is so because it's so very self aware in such an undeniably fun and self aware way.

It's so clever that it's hard not to be swept along with it. I think younger audiences simply won't understand what they're doing not having been exposed to the sillier side of theatre (especially theatrical parody), and there are those who've such a compulsive obsession with seriousness that they won't give it the time of day. It's not meant for them.

This is the heart and soul of the gold and silver ages embraced in a way that's not at all patronising or misguided. It understands what it wants to be and embraces that identity with all of the modern lustre it can. And it's so very good.

It'll fly over some heads, but it'll result in a wry smile on the faces of many more. Give it a look. Definitely one for the older and wiser among us, this.

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