"You could've been my successor, Detective. Instead you will suffer the fate of all mortal flesh." Today's BTAS episode is titled "Avatar" which is the 69th episode produced and 68th aired. The episode starts with us being in Egypt around 1898. We see a young man lowered into a temple in order to retrieve artifacts. We see him enter a door that has a glowing light and then see that the men holding the rope are struggling to hold on and trying to bring the kid back. But when they see the end of the rope it's frayed and the boy gone. Flash forward to present day Gotham we see Lucius Fox commending Bruce on the new Egyptian artifacts he has put in his museum. One of them being a sacred scroll of Osiris, which happens to be the oldest Egyptian document. Later that night we see the museum empty and someone after the scroll, Batman shows up to find its Ubu, Ras Al Ghul's right hand man. Ras arrives and throws a cobra at Batman who gets bitten and must inject himself with an anti venom, allowing Ras to leave. Batman decides he's going to find Talia in order to find her father so he heads to Gibraltar. Talia helps, but hadn't heard from her father, she states the scroll is half of a map that leads to the tomb of the Egyptian queen Thoth Khepera. Ras is obsessed with finding it. Batman and Talia find the other half of the scroll but run into Ras. He goes on to tell why he's obsessed with the tomb, for Thoth Khepera had power over life and death which he desires to possess. He puts Talia and Batman in a trap and goes looking for the tomb. He eventually finds it and comes face to face with Thoth Khepera...what happens next is for you to see! Have a wonderful day!
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"I used to believe Batman was responsible for you people but now I see nearly everyone here would of ended up exactly the same, Batman or no. Oh, the gimmicks might be different, but you'd all be there in some form or another bringing misery to Gotham. The truth is, you created him." Today's BTAS shot is from the episode titled "The Trial" and it is the 68th produced and 69th to make air. The episode starts with Pamela Isley be sentenced to Arkham and Janet Von Dorn, the District Attorney, because she wants stricter sentencing but Batman brought her in instead of a police officer. She believes Batman is a disgrace and responsible for creating these "super criminals" and states this on TV. Back at Arkham Harley welcomes back Ivy and tells her not to worry, right then we see Mad Hatter is controlling the guards and soon Arkham is running wild. Batman and Janet both head there, separately of course. Janet gets easily apprehended and Batman gets tricked and knocked out. When he comes to he sees he is about to be put on trial for all he's done by a jury of Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Mad Hatter, Riddler, Poison Ivy and Croc with The Ventriloquist as the bailiff and Harvey as the prosecutor. Janet, who hates Batman, is his defense and Batman must watch the whole thing play out with honorable Judge Joker residing over the proceedings. That's all I shall say as this episode is a must and you really need to see it yourself! Tomorrow's shot is from the episode titled "Avatar". Have a great day!
"I put a lot of guys away and they hate me for it, looks like one of them hates me enough to do something about it." Today's BTAS episode is titled "A Bullet for Bullock" it was the 67th produced and 84th to air. Someone is after Harvey Bullock, so much so they want him dead. This causes Harvey to have to ask for help from the last person anyone would expect...Batman. Even the Dark Knight is confused but says he'll help the detective. The fun part of this episode is seeing the dynamic of Harvey and Batman. The dialogue is sharp, funny, and it's interesting to see the friction but see that ultimately they really respect each other more then initially thought. There's also a nice little twist at the end I shall not give away, in case anyone hasn't seen or maybe forgot. I hope you have a great day!