The Clock King
After his company goes bankrupt, Temple Fugate becomes the Clock King. Fugate sets out to seek his revenge against the man whom he blames for his misfortunes: Mayor Hamilton Hill. Fugate kidnaps Hill, intending to do away with him to accomplish his revenge. Batman must stop Fugate from carrying out his revenge and save the mayor's life.
Appointment in Crime Alley
With the help of arsonists, Roland Daggett plans to destroy Crime Alley and use the land to expand his business empire. Batman must stop Daggett's men and also save a captured Leslie Thompkins (Who helped a young Bruce Wayne cope with the loss of his parents).
Mad As A Hatter
Miserable Wayne Industries scientist Jervis Tetch is unable to pursue the girl he loves, Alice the secretary. When she splits up from her boyfriend, he makes an advance and develops a fast friendship with her, until her boyfriend reconciles with her and proposes to her. Enraged, Tetch decides to take matters into his own hands, and dons the mantle of the Mad Hatter, using his mind-control devices to force those who have wronged him all his life to become his mindless slaves.
Dreams in Darkness
Batman is incarcerated in Arkham Asylum after being exposed to the Scarecrow's fear-inducing gas. Batman knows that the Scarecrow has escaped for the second time and is planning to poison Gotham's water supply with the same fear-inducing gas, and he must bring himself to break the law and escape from Arkham before the Scarecrow brings Gotham to its knees.
Opening Credits; Introduction (1.29); Episode One: The Clock King (26.33); Episode Two: Appointment in Crime Alley (35.33); Episode Three: Mad As A Hatter (45.19); Episode Four: Dreams in Darkness (56.19); Amazing Design Advertisement (1:04.09); Favourite Episode (1:05.21); Favourite Character (1:11.31);Same Bat Time, Same Bat Channel (1:21.00); Closing Credits (1:22.47)
Opening Credits– Batman Animated Theme by Danny Elfman. Copyright 1992 Warner Music
Closing Credits: Play With Fire (Featuring Yacht Money) by Sam Tinnesz. Taken from the album Babel. Copyright 2017 Warner’s Music Group
Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.
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