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Time Out for Vengeance! 

The Creeper cheers on and helps Batman when he's fighting Hellgrammite. Then, the Justice League International travels to the past to stop the minions of Equinox from wiping out all the incarnations of Batman throughout time.

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Michael Goguen

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J.M. DeMatteis, Paul Norris (character created by: Aquaman) | 4 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Diedrich Bader ... Batman (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Creeper / Rip Hunter (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Fire (voice) (as Grey Delisle)
John DiMaggio ... Aquaman / Hellgrammite (voice)
Oded Fehr ... Equinox (voice)
Will Friedle ... Blue Beetle (voice)
Nicholas Guest ... Martian Manhunter (voice)
Jennifer Hale ... Ice (voice)
Tom Everett Scott ... Booster Gold (voice)
James Arnold Taylor ... Guy Gardner (voice)
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Eden Gamliel ... 10 year old Batman (voice)
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The Creeper cheers on and helps Batman when he's fighting Hellgrammite. Then, the Justice League International travels to the past to stop the minions of Equinox from wiping out all the incarnations of Batman throughout time.

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Guy Gardner: You should toss that loser gold off the team. Who needs him when you got a living legend like me around?
Booster Gold: Yeah, 'cause you're huge in the 25th century. In fact, you're everybody's favourite Green Lantern! No, wait. That's Hal Jordan.
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Spoofs The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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Creeper Crawls AWAY
19 July 2020 | by osbornj-00213See all my reviews

Two minute pre-title token "teaser" of The Creeper his ONLY speaking appearance in the DCAU after he as Jack Ryder had robbed Summer Gleeson of reporting role in the second, second-RATE, Batman show, 1997-1999. He was a comics CATASTROPHE of the 1960's lasted six issues. Although he was REJECTED for the first, classic show in 1992-1995 he was put into the second one, 1997-1999, because DC was, incredulously introducing a NEW Creeper comics using show to help it at the sad sacrifice of Summer. Ryder couldn't handle reporting, drear DUD, and by the time he became Creeper, next-to-LAST episode, the new comics HAD FAILED. The episode was ranked by critics at just 14th of show's 24 episodes, panned as lame disguised Freakazoid episode. Ironically, here, he was the the next-to-LAST character to be introduced in this series with just a half-dozen episodes over THREE seasons to go while the likes of B'wana Beast, Metal Men, Kadami, and Doom Patrol WERE STARRING WITH BATMAN. After this show he had a dozen seconds of unbilled walk-ons on Justice League.


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23 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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