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Appeals to both children and adults
on 6 January 2014
I've re-watched a few cartoons from my childhood, and this is one of the few which has stood the test of time and still appeals to me now as an adult.
If you need to you can make most DVD players region free by:
1) press eject & leave tray open.
2) press 98790.
3) a message will appear saying region is now 0.
The episodes are ordered by the date they were made (1992-93) which is different to their first UK air dates, below is the order in which they appear on these DVDs (villains in brackets).
Eternal Youth (Poison Ivy)
Perchance to Dream (the Mad Hatter)
The Cape and Cowl Conspiracy (Josiah Wormwood)
Robin's Reckoning, Part I (Tony Zucco)
Robin's Reckoning, Part II (Tony Zucco)
The Laughing Fish (Joker)
Night of the Ninja (Kyodai Ken)
Cat Scratch Fever (Roland Daggett)
The Strange Secret of Bruce Wayne (Hugo Strange)
Heart of Steel, Part I (Holographic Analytical Reciprocating Digital Computer)
Heart of Steel, Part II (Holographic Analytical Reciprocating Digital Computer)
If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich? (The Riddler)
Joker's Wild (Joker and Cameron Kaiser)
Tyger, Tyger (Emile Dorian)
Moon of the Wolf (Anthony Romulus)
Day of the Samurai (Kyodai Ken)
Terror in the Sky (Man-Bat)
Almost Got 'Im (Joker, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, Killer Croc, and Penguin)
Birds of a Feather (Penguin)
What Is Reality? (the Riddler)
I Am the Night (Jazzman)
Off Balance (Vertigo)
The Man Who Killed Batman (Sidney Debris)
Paging the Crime Doctor (Rupert Thorne)
Zatanna (Montague Kane)
The Mechanic (Penguin)
Harley and Ivy (Joker, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn)