Batman: The Animated Series 4 Seasons 1992

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24. Fear of Victory TV-NR CC

The Scarecrow uses a fear chemical triggered by adrenaline on Gotham's greatest athletes, then bets against them to reap the winnings.

Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
September 29, 1992

Fear of Victory

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    1. On Leather Wings When a vicious bat creature known as Man-Bat, starts terrorizing Gotham City, everyone mistakenly thinks that Batman is the culprit. Batman must find out who the mysterious Man-Bat is and clear his own name.

    TV-NR 23min September 6, 1992
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    2. Christmas With The Joker The Joker kidnaps three prominent citizens during Christmas and challenges Batman to find him before midnight.

    TV-NR 23min November 13, 1992
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    3. Nothing to Fear A horrifying villain named Scarecrow spreads fear gas and wreaks havoc at Gotham State University.

    TV-NR 23min September 15, 1992
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    4. The Last Laugh The Joker employs a lethal mind-altering laughing gas to transform the citizens of Gotham into total fools.

    TV-NR 23min September 22, 1992
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    5. Pretty Poison When District Attorney Harvey Dent is poisoned after a dinner date, Batman makes the horrifying discovery that his date was Poison Ivy, a plant-obsessed villainess.

    TV-NR 23min September 14, 1992
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    6. The Under-Dwellers Batman discovers a gang of forgotten runaways living deep within the Gotham sewer system.

    TV-NR 23min October 21, 1992
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    7. P.O.V Bullock's account of a botched sting operation is so at odds with the other officers' testimony that the police investigator suspends everyone involved.

    TV-NR 23min September 18, 1992
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    8. Forgotten When men begin disappearing at a bowery, Bruce Wayne decides to go undercover as a worker. He loses his memory after he is attacked, kidnapped and forced to work in a mining camp.

    TV-NR 23min October 8, 1992
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    9. Be a Clown The Joker infiltrates the birthday party of Mayor Hills son in order to plant a bomb.

    TV-NR 23min September 16, 1992
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    10. Two-Face: Part 1 District Attorney Harvey Dent hides a deep dark secret--he has a second personality, Big Bad Harv, a tough gangster.

    TV-NR 23min September 25, 1992
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    11. Two-Face: Part 2 Two-Face, the former Harvey Dent, begins an aggressive campaign against his hated rival, Rupert Thorne. Part 2 of 2

    TV-NR 23min September 28, 1992
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    12. It's Never Too Late An aging Mob boss learns his drug dealings have contributed to his son's drug addiction.

    TV-NR 23min September 10, 1992
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    13. I've Got Batman in My Basement After the Penguin sprays Batman with nerve gas, a 12-year-old boy rescues the unconscious hero and hides him in his basement.

    TV-NR 23min September 30, 1992
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    14. Heart of Ice Brilliant cryogenics expert Dr. Victor Fries is transformed into Mr. Freeze, a vengeful creature who can only survive in subzero temperatures.

    TV-NR 23min September 7, 1992
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    15. The Cat and The Claw: Part 1 Catwoman steals a valuable necklace to fund the purchase of land for a mountain lion preserve but is thwarted by a group of terrorists. Part 1 of 2

    TV-NR 23min September 5, 1992
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    16. The Cat and The Claw: Part 2 When Catwoman infiltrates the underground headquarters of the terrorists, both she and Batman are captured and left to die as victims of a viral plague. Part 2 of 2

    TV-NR 23min September 12, 1992
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    17. See No Evil After a fortune disappears from a gem exposition, Batman investigates. He discovers that the crime may have been committed by an invisible man, an ex-con named Lloyd Ventris.

    TV-NR 23min February 24, 1993
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    18. Beware the Gray Ghost Batman connects recent bombings in Gotham to an episode of an old television series featuring his favorite boyhood hero, the "Gray Ghost."

    TV-NR 23min November 4, 1992
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    19. Prophecy Of Doom Bruce begins to worry when all of his wealthy friends join the same Brotherhood group run by Nostromos, a so-called psychic.

    TV-NR 23min October 6, 1992
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    20. Feat of Clay: Part 1 A popular actor renowned for his ability to play any part has a terrible secret--he's addicted to a strange chemical formula that enables him to alter his facial features without makeup. Part 1 of 2

    TV-NR 22min September 8, 1992
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    21. Feat of Clay: Part 2 Clayface learns that the man responsible for his disfigurement is to appear on TV, promoting a skin conditioner containing the same chemical that deformed him. Part 2 of 2

    TV-NR 23min September 9, 1992
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    22. Joker's Favor When a timid accountant accidentally runs afoul of the Joker, he promises the Joker anything if the villain will only let him go.

    TV-NR 23min September 11, 1992
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    23. Vendetta Batman suspects that an imprisoned Detective Bullock may be innocent after he is arrested for murder. The real murderer turns out to be Killer Croc, who framed Bullock to get revenge.

    TV-NR 23min October 5, 1992
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    24. Fear of Victory The Scarecrow uses a fear chemical triggered by adrenaline on Gotham's greatest athletes, then bets against them to reap the winnings.

    TV-NR 23min September 29, 1992
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    25. The Clock King When a maniacally punctilious man faces financial ruin because of attorney Hamilton Hill, he transforms into the devious Clock King and swears revenge on Hill, now the mayor of Gotham.

    TV-NR 23min September 21, 1992
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    26. Appointment In Crime Alley Batman's friend, Dr. Leslie Thompkins, is taken prisoner by a ruthless land developer after she uncovers his devious plans.

    TV-NR 23min September 17, 1992
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    27. Mad As A Hatter The Mad Hatter puts the city of Gotham under his control in an attempt to impress a woman, Alice, with whom he is in love. However, when he discovers that she likes someone else, he plans to exterminate the competition and kidnap Alice.

    TV-NR 23min October 12, 1992
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    28. Dreams in Darkness Batman must thwart the Scarecrow's plan to poison Gotham's water supply with a chemical that induces hallucinations.

    TV-NR 23min November 3, 1992

Product Details

Genres Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Dick Sebast
Supporting actors Mark Hamill, Loren Lester, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Chuck Moshontz, Henry Polic II, Tim Curry, Lauri Johnson, Tom Williams
Season year 1992
Network FOX
Executive Producer Alan Burnett
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By FiSH on February 21, 2013
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My son loves Batman. I love to get him Batman toys, but I'd been hesitant to get any kind of video due to the hard nature and adult themes in most of what's out there. After previewing a couple of episodes from The Animated Series, my mind was put as ease and I was happy to know that kid-friendly Batman cartoons existed. Like the Dark Knight himself, the presentation is rather dark and may fool parents about its content. It's not bright and colorful and the music score is a bit sinister. But that's Batman. If you decide to get this for you kids, sit with them and watch a couple of episodes. You may find yourself wanting to watch more! There's no killing, no blood, and no strong language. The dialogue leans toward the adult side, but most all cartoons do this as they are created by adults. My child expects to see Batman dispensing of the bad guys and sending them to jail, and that's what he gets. If you're at all hesitant to buy this for you child, watch an episode on Amazon first. I think you'll find it worthy for viewing by ages 6 and up.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nishanth Chandran on November 19, 2013
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[[Edited 3/5/2014]] Review incorrectly noted that Arkham Origins was voiced by Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill but meant to say Arkham Asylum. Fixed now.

Dark and defining - this is the series that piqued my interest in Batman when I was young.
Voice acting is stellar, done by the defining greats of Batman - Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill etc. You may recognize their voices from the Arkham video game series (Arkham Asylum and Arkham City).
Fantastic themes and the animation has a unique feel to it that you will appreciate.

The 90's rocked and so did this show!!! So watch it or re-watch it ASAP.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ed Mussinan on November 24, 2013
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Haven't been thru the whole season yet, and the first episode is actually from the later "Superman & Batman" series, but is otherwise exactly the way I remember : Excellent!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By AEFallasZ on August 23, 2011
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Maybe the best animated series from all time!
A great combination based on Burton's films and comics featuring the greatest DC's hero, The Cape Crusader agains all his enemies. A Bruce Tiim masterpiece!
I bought theses seasons separately becaus the entire series was to expensive, and I do not regret at all!
Great design, all the same extras, same dvds and with spanish audio language also!
If you are a Bat-fan and you want to get the entire collection, start here!
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 25, 2013
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The 90's batman series I love to watch and still love to watch. These were the story lines that really caught my attention. From a comparison to the new ones. These are the best.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tristan on June 28, 2014
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Classic show so glad I found it on here. Prime is good but it's basically Netflix which I have already. But prime does have its perks. I hope they release more of th batman animated series
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Leonard on June 1, 2014
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I remember watching these shows when I was younger. Now I'm watching them with my boys. The show really holds up well. The story, the look and the feel of the episodes is as engaging and entertaining as it was back 1992.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melissa M. on May 30, 2014
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My seven year old son loves the series. It still makes me giggle even if the jokes are implied. It is satisfying to see the Joker get a just end at the close of every episode.
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