List of Batman: The Brave and the Bold episodes
The following is an episode list for Batman: The Brave and the Bold, an American animated television series based in part on the DC Comics series The Brave and the Bold which features two or more superheroes coming together to solve a crime or foil a supervillain. As the title suggests, the cartoon focuses on Batman's "team-ups" with various heroes, similar to the original comic book series but different from the current one which features team-ups between various heroes. The series premiered on November 14, 2008 on Cartoon Network, and ended on November 18, 2011.
|Season||Episodes||Original air date|
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||26||November 14, 2008|| September 22, 2009|
November 13, 2009
|2||26||November 20, 2009|| January 20, 2011|
April 8, 2011
|3||13||March 25, 2011|| August 8, 2011|
November 18, 2011
|Movie||January 6, 2018|
Season 1 (2008–09)
Episodes are listed in order by production code, for the order by air date, see television order.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"The Rise of the Blue Beetle!"||Ben Jones||Michael Jelenic||November 14, 2008||101||S01E01|
Teaser: Batman and Green Arrow escape from the Clock King's deathtrap.|
Main Plot: Batman and Blue Beetle go on a mission to destroy an asteroid heading for a space station, only to go up against the deadly Kanjar Ro.
|2||2||"Terror on Dinosaur Island!"||Brandon Vietti||Steven Melching||November 21, 2008||102||S01E02|
Teaser: Batman and Plastic Man fight Gentleman Ghost during his crime spree in the "Day of the Dead" festival and get help from Fire.
|3||3||"Evil Under the Sea!"||Michael Chang||Joseph Kuhr||December 5, 2008||103||S01E03|
Teaser: Batman and Atom fight to prevent Felix Faust from opening Pandora's Box.|
Main Plot: Batman investigates seismic activity and pays a visit to Aquaman, who is unaware that his brother Orm is conspiring with Black Manta to conquer Atlantis. Aquaman and Batman team up to battle Black Manta.
|4||4||"Day of the Dark Knight!"||Ben Jones||J.M. DeMatteis||January 2, 2009||104||S01E04|
Teaser: Batman is summoned to keep an eye on Guy Gardner even when he angers a K'Vellian Prisoner that was brought in by Kilowog.|
Main Plot: After thwarting a prison break at Iron Heights Prison, Batman and Green Arrow are brought to medieval times by Merlin. He brought them there to find Excalibur which will help stop Morgaine le Fey when she overthrows King Arthur. It won't be easy when Morgaine has control of Merlin's slave: Etrigan the Demon.
|5||5||"Invasion of the Secret Santas!"||Brandon Vietti||Adam Beechen||December 12, 2008||105||S01E05|
Teaser: Batman and Blue Beetle fight the Sportsmaster when he crashes a Christmas bowling tournament.|
Main Plot: Batman teams up with the Red Tornado to battle Fun Haus, who plans to ruin Christmas for everyone with his army of toys.
|6||6||"Enter the Outsiders!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey||January 9, 2009||106||S01E06|
Teaser: Batman teams up with B'wana Beast to take on Black Manta when he robs an armored car.|
Main Plot: Batman joins forces with his old mentor Wildcat to take down three super-powered teenagers known as the Outsiders (Black Lightning, Katana, and Metamorpho) who are being influenced by Slug.
|7||7||"Dawn of the Dead Man!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching||January 16, 2009||107||S01E07|
Teaser: Batman joins forces with Kamandi the Last Boy on Earth and his companion Dr. Canus to secure some antibiotics while evading a group of Rat Men.|
Main Plot: When he ends up buried alive by Gentleman Ghost, Batman uses a special meditation to leave his body and has an encounter with Deadman. With some tricks learned by Deadman, Batman has Green Arrow and Speedy dig out his body before it runs out of air so they can stop Gentleman Ghost from raising an army of the dead.
|8||8||"Fall of the Blue Beetle!"||Brandon Vietti||Jim Krieg||January 23, 2009||108||S01E08|
Teaser: In flashbacks, Batman and the second Blue Beetle try to regain the scarab from Jarvis Kord.|
Main Plot: Two years later, the current Blue Beetle researches his roots following Batman's battle with Doctor Polaris. This leads him to Hub City and the lair of the Blue Beetle. Using Ted's Bug vehicle, Jaime finds himself on Science Island where he encounters Jarvis Kord (who is posing as Ted Kord). He asks the Beetle to activate an army of peaceful robots. His true goal is to put an end to wars by conquering the Earth.
|9||9||"Journey to the Center of the Bat!"||Michael Chang||Matt Wayne||January 30, 2009||109||S01E09|
Teaser: Elongated Man and Plastic Man team up with Batman to capture Babyface during a bank heist.|
Main Plot: When Batman is stricken down by a disease during a fight with Chemo (who is being controlled by Brain), the Atom must miniaturize himself and travel with Aquaman into the Caped Crusader's body to cure him.
|10||10||"The Eyes of Despero!"||Ben Jones||J.M. DeMatteis||February 6, 2009||110||S01E10|
Teaser: Batman and Doctor Fate must stop Wotan from breaking into the Library of Infinity.|
Main Plot: After defeating Cavalier, Batman teams up with the last members of the Green Lantern Corps (Guy Gardner, G'nort, and Sinestro) when the alien dictator Despero plans to mind control Mogo the Living Planet and use him to conquer the universe.
|11||11||"Return of the Fearsome Fangs!"||Brandon Vietti||Todd Casey||February 20, 2009||111||S01E11|
Teaser: In the wild west, Batman teams up with Jonah Hex to stop the Royal Flush Gang.|
Main Plot: After stopping Top's bank robbery, Batman joins forces with Bronze Tiger to stop the Terrible Trio from stealing an ancient totem of incredible power from the Wudang Temple in China.
|12||12||"Deep Cover for Batman!"||Michael Chang||Joseph Kuhr||February 27, 2009||112||S01E12|
Teaser: Red Hood tries to escape to a parallel Earth with the Phase Oscillator, but is thwarted by the Injustice Syndicate.|
Main Plot: To infiltrate the Injustice Syndicate of a parallel Earth, Batman takes the place of his villainous counterpart Owlman (whom Batman defeated and imprisoned in the Batcave's cell). He infiltrates the Injustice Syndicate and gains the unlikely alliance of Red Hood and heroic counterparts of the villains Batman has faced.
|13||13||"Game Over for Owlman!"||Ben Jones||Joseph Kuhr||March 6, 2009||113||S01E13|
Teaser: A recap of the first part is shown, followed by Batman's escape from the police.|
Main Plot: On Earth, Owlman has broken free from the Batcave's cell and has stolen Batman's original costume and is committing crimes with help from all of the villains (namely Black Manta, Brain, Clock King, Doctor Polaris, Gentleman Ghost, and Gorilla Grodd). Batman, returned from the parallel earth, is now hunted by his friends. When Owlman decides to use the heroes as hostages in order to regain the Phase Oscillator, Batman must team up with his archnemesis, the Joker and save them before it's too late.
|14||14||"Mystery in Space!"||Brandon Vietti||Jim Krieg||March 13, 2009||114||S01E14|
Teaser: Batman rescues the Question and Gorilla Grodd from the mysterious Equinox. During the chase, Equinox successfully evades Batman and promises they will meet again.|
Main Plot: Aquaman (depressed after being unable to stop a beluga whale hunt in the Bering Sea) accompanies Batman to the planet Rann to help space hero Adam Strange stop the Gordanian General Kreegar from obtaining the Eye of Zared and destroying Rann.
|15||15||"Trials of the Demon!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey||March 20, 2009||115||S01E15|
Teaser: Batman and the Golden Age Flash stop the Scarecrow and the Scream Queen on Halloween Night.|
Main Plot: After thwarting Crazy Quilt's art robbery, Batman is taken to 19th century London by Jason Blood's magic to help Jason Blood when he's framed for a series of crimes committed by Jim Craddock who is stealing souls for Astaroth for immortality. Etrigan and Batman are aided in their investigations by the legendary Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
|16||16||"Night of the Huntress!"||Ben Jones||Adam Beechen||May 8, 2009||116||S01E16|
Teaser: Batman and Black Canary team up to battle Solomon Grundy and his Gang at a Science Lab.|
Main Plot: With the help of Blue Beetle and Huntress, Batman fights the criminal activities of Baby Face and his wife Mrs. Manface when they break out their old gang from Blackgate Penitentiary. Meanwhile, Blue Beetle develops a huge crush on Huntress.
|17||17||"Menace of the Conqueror Caveman!"||Brandon Vietti||Matt Wayne||May 15, 2009||117||S01E17|
Teaser: Batman and Wildcat work together to stop Bane.|
Main Plot: Coming from the 25th Century, Booster Gold travels back in time to join Batman and become a celebrity hero. In his quest for fame following Batman stopping Punch and Jewelee's bank robbery, he unwittingly enables the immortal tyrant Kru'll The Eternal to carry out his nefarious plot when Kru'll kidnaps Booster Gold's robot Skeets.
|18||18||"The Color of Revenge!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey||May 22, 2009||118||S01E18|
Teaser: In the past, Batman and Robin foil Crazy Quilt's plot to rob an Art Museum.|
Main Plot: In the present, Batman and Robin once again team up...but it's different since Robin left Batman. When Crazy Quilt gets revenge on Robin for blinding him, it's up to the Dynamic Duo to save the day once again!
|19||19||"Legends of the Dark Mite!"||Ben Jones||Paul Dini||May 29, 2009||119||S01E19|
Teaser: Batman teams up with his dog Ace the Bat-Hound to stop Catman from auctioning a Sumatran Tiger in the jungle.|
Main Plot: Bat-Mite, Batman's biggest fan from the 5th Dimension, pops up and kidnaps his idol intending to make Batman a better hero.
|20||20||"Hail the Tornado Tyrant!"||Brandon Vietti||J.M. DeMatteis||June 5, 2009||120||S01E20|
Teaser: Batman and Green Arrow work together to thwart the Joker's auto-homicide robbery until it is interrupted by Catwoman.|
Main Plot: Feeling lonely, Red Tornado builds a son named Tornado Champion that has the one thing he lacks: human emotion. However, the experiment goes haywire when Major Disaster appears, and the Champion is reborn as the Tornado Tyrant.
|21||21||"Duel of the Double Crossers!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey||June 12, 2009||121||S01E21|
Teaser: Batman trains the Outsiders (Black Lightning, Katana, and Metamorpho) by putting them through a simulation where Despero is attacking the city.|
Main Plot: Mongul saves Jonah Hex's life but then forces Hex to work as his bounty hunter in order to recruit soldiers for his Warworld. When he crosses paths with Batman following his fight with Zebra-Man, Hex captures Batman and reveals that he is working off a debt that will allow him to return to his own time. On Warworld, Batman fights Steppenwolf and other aliens in Mongul's gladiator arena. Jonah Hex also has his encounters with Mongul's sister Mongal and her fighters Lashina and Stompa. He and Batman try to free the aliens.
|22||22||"Last Bat on Earth!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching||June 19, 2009||122||S01E22|
Teaser: Batman teams up with Mister Miracle and Big Barda to help with a daredevil charity event.|
Main Plot: Batman chases Gorilla Grodd into the future (who used the technology of Professor Carter Nichols) and teams up with Kamandi to stop him. When Gorilla Grodd takes over leadership of the Gorilla Men from Ramjam, Batman tries to convince Prince Tuftan's father Great Caesar to help fight Gorilla Grodd.
|23||23||"When OMAC Attacks!"||Brandon Vietti||Stan Berkowitz|| July 18, 2009|
October 16, 2009
Teaser: Hawk and Dove assist Batman in stopping an intergalactic war between the Controllers and the Warlords of Okaara.|
Main Plot: After Batman's mission to stop the villainous Doctor Kafka goes awry, Equinox manipulates the metal man Shrapnel into attacking a city, but Batman and GPA operative OMAC team up to stop him.
|24||24||"The Fate of Equinox!"||Michael Chang||Joseph Kuhr|| July 25, 2009|
November 13, 2009
Teaser: Batman takes on Two-Face only to later team-up with him against his henchmen after Two-Face's coin lands on heads during his coin toss.|
Main Plot: Equinox tries to remake the universe in his own image using the powers of the Lords of Chaos and Order as Batman and Doctor Fate work together with other heroes to stop him.
|25||25||"Mayhem of the Music Meister!"||Ben Jones||Michael Jelenic|| September 22, 2009|
October 23, 2009
Teaser: A conductor (the Music Meister) and his orchestra introduce the episode in the manner of a real musical.
|26||26||"Inside the Outsiders!"||Brandon Vietti||Alexx Van Dyne|| August 8, 2009|
November 6, 2009
Teaser: Batman and Green Arrow retrieve two golden cat statues from Catwoman. Even though her henchmen are defeated, Catwoman escapes.|
Main Plot: Upon learning that the Outsiders (Black Lightning, Katana, and Metamorpho) have gone missing, Batman goes up against Psycho-Pirate to stop him from converting their emotional weaknesses into his strength.
Season 2 (2009–11)
Episodes are listed in order by production code, for the order by air date, see television order.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|27||1||"Long Arm of the Law!"||Ben Jones||Jim Krieg||December 11, 2009||201||S02E01|
Teaser: Batman and Plastic Man rescue some boy scouts from a group of sleeping Shaggy Men, until Plastic Man awakens them.
|28||2||"Revenge of the Reach!"||Michael Chang||J.M. DeMatteis||January 1, 2010||202||S02E02|
Teaser: Batman helps the Challengers of the Unknown in a fight against a giant spider on Dinosaur Island. Later, after Batman leaves, the team of heroes are ambushed by a group of Starro clones that came from the crashed meteorite.|
Main Plot: Following a fight with Evil Star, Batman and Blue Beetle face off against an alien race called the Reach with the help of the Green Lantern Corps. It turns out that Blue Beetle's scarab is linked to the Reach as revealed by the Guardians of the Universe.
|29||3||"Death Race to Oblivion!"||Michael Goguen||Greg Weisman||November 20, 2009||203||S02E03|
Teaser: When a child genius drinks a formula turning him into Blockbuster and then invades a museum to steal a diamond, Batman and Captain Marvel team up to stop him.|
Main Plot: Mongul forces heroes (Batman, Green Arrow, Guy Gardner, Huntress, Plastic Man, and Woozy Winks) and villains (Black Manta, Catwoman, Gentleman Ghost, and Joker) alike to race against Steppenwolf for Earth's survival.
|30||4||"Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching||January 8, 2010||204||S02E04|
Teaser: Over the battlefields of World War I, Batman calls upon Enemy Ace to help destroy a piece of alien artillery.|
Main Plot: After defeating Fisherman, Aquaman goes on vacation with his wife Mera and his son Arthur Jr. However, they stop along the way when Aquaman helps other heroes. One of the stops involves saving Batman from the Penguin.
|31||5||"The Golden Age of Justice!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey||January 15, 2010||205||S02E05|
Teaser: In an Agatha Christie type mystery Batman and Detective Chimp join forces to find out who swiped the Golden Skull and discover that one of the suspects is actually False-Face.|
Main Plot: An aging Justice Society of America (consisting of the second Black Canary, Doctor Mid-Nite, the Golden Age Flash, Hawkman, Hourman, and Wildcat) is faced with the return of their worst enemy Per Degaton as he returns from suspended animation to enact a plan for world domination with his assistant Professor Zee. Meanwhile, Black Canary helps Wildcat face his greatest regrets which involved the original Black Canary.
|32||6||"Clash of the Metal Men!"||Michael Goguen||Dean Stefan||January 29, 2010||206||S02E06|
Teaser: After helping Batman defeat a gang of pirates, Aquaman returns to Atlantis to find it overtaken by Starro clones. There he meets the Faceless Hunter who is preparing for the Great Starro Invasion.|
Main Plot: During a battle with Chemo, Batman is introduced to a team of energetic androids known as the Metal Men. When their creator Dr. William Magnus goes missing at the hands of the Gas Gang, Batman and the Metal Men team up to track them down.
|33||7||"A Bat Divided!"||Ben Jones||Thomas Pugsley||February 5, 2010||207||S02E07|
Teaser: Booster Gold and Skeets end up on the Riddler's game show "Riddle Me This" and are forced to answer riddles for the fate of Batman.|
Main Plot: During a science field-trip, the villain Doctor Double X battles Batman and causes a nuclear reaction that splits the hero into three emotionally unstable personas. Luckily, the brilliant student Jason Rusch and the dimwitted coach Ronnie Raymond are transformed into the superhero Firestorm who lends Batman a helping hand literally pulling himself together.
|34||8||"Sidekicks Assemble!"||Michael Chang||Marsha F. Griffin||January 22, 2010||208||S02E08|
Teaser: In a flashback, the younger Robin, Speedy, and Aqualad, face-off against multiple villains in a simulation in the Batcave while Batman, Aquaman, and Green Arrow watch in the control room.|
Main Plot: In the present, Robin, Speedy, and Aqualad, have had it with being bossed around by Batman, Green Arrow, and Aquaman, and demand a piece of the action. They get more than they bargained for when the three sidekicks find themselves facing off against Ra's al Ghul and his daughter Talia al Ghul on a flying island.
|35||9||"The Super-Batman of Planet X!"||Michael Goguen||Adam Beechen||March 26, 2010||209||S02E09|
Teaser: Dr. Milton Magnus and the Metal Men team up with Batman (who is undercover using his Matches Malone persona) to take down Kanjar Ro and his gang of intergalactic space bandits.|
Main Plot: Green Arrow assists Batman in defeating the remaining space pirates, but during a chase, a wormhole is created and it sends Batman to the distant planet Zur-En-Arrh in the city of Gothtropolis. There he meets his doppelganger, the Batman of Zur-En-Arrh, but more surprisingly, on this planet the Caped Crusader has super powers. Together, they battle the mad genius Rohtul who soon learns Batman's super weakness. (The batman from Zur En Arh is voiced by Kevin Conroy)
|36||10||"The Power of Shazam!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching||April 2, 2010||210||S02E10|
Teaser: The Faceless Hunter is shown fighting and putting several heroes under Starro control preparing for a full-scale invasion as he recaps his preparation for the Great Starro Invasion.
|37||11||"Chill of the Night!"||Michael Chang||Paul Dini||April 9, 2010||211||S02E11|
Teaser: Abra Kadabra attempts to steal the contents of a museum celebrating history's greatest magicians, when Batman brings his old friend Zatanna in order to thwart him and his army of mind controlled slaves.
|38||12||"Gorillas in our Midst!"||Michael Goguen||Todd Casey||April 16, 2010||212||S02E12|
Teaser: Professor Milo designs a way to control rats, and uses his new technology to steal diamonds only to run afoul of Batman and the Spectre.|
Main Plot: When Gorilla Grodd, Monsieur Mallah, and Gorilla Boss form G.A.S.P. (short for Gorillas and Apes Seizing Power) and replace all of Gotham City's entire human population with gorillas, Batman teams with Detective Chimp, B'wana Beast, and Vixen (after the latter two stop Killer Moth and his henchmen from robbing an armored car) to thwart Gorilla Grodd's plans.
|39||13||"The Siege of Starro! Part One"||Ben Jones||Joseph Kuhr|| June 13, 2010|
September 17, 2010
Teaser: A voiceover explains how there have always been heroes to defeat villains throughout history like Anthro fighting Kru'll the Eternal, Etrigan the Demon fighting Morgaine le Fey, Jonah Hex and Cinnamon fighting the Royal Flush Gang, the Justice Society of America fighting Per Degaton's army, and Batman fighting Ra's al Ghul. Meanwhile, Guy Gardner, Kilowog and several others battle Starro-controlled Green Lanterns in space.|
Main Plot: With most of Earth's heroes under the control of Starro, Batman and Booster Gold team up with Firestorm, B'wana Beast and Captain Marvel to battle the Faceless Hunter and thwart the invasion of Starro.
|40||14||"The Siege of Starro! Part Two"||Michael Goguen||Joseph Kuhr||September 24, 2010||215||S02E15|
Teaser: A recap of the first part is shown, followed by B'wana Beast's origin story.|
Main Plot: Starro may be defeated, but the Faceless Hunter is not. The alien warrior manipulates B'wana Beast, forcing him to combine the tiny Starros into one massive beast he plans to use to destroy Earth. But Batman has his own back-up plan, in the form of the Metal Men to rescue him.
|41||15||"Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster!"||Michael Chang||Greg Weisman|| May 29, 2010|
October 1, 2010
Teaser: Batman and the Outsiders (Black Lightning, Katana, Metamorpho, Geo-Force and Halo) must thwart Kobra's plan of global domination and his army of cultists.
|42||16||"The Last Patrol!"||Ben Jones||J.M. DeMatteis|| September 18, 2010|
October 8, 2010
Teaser: In a flashback, Batgirl debuts as she saves Batman from the maniacal Killer Moth. In the present, they are captured by the Penguin.|
Main Plot: The Doom Patrol (consisting of the Chief, Elasti-Girl, Negative Man, and Robotman) comes out of retirement when a group of villains (consisting of General Zahl, Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man, Arsenal, and Mutant Master) tries to assassinate them.
|43||17||"The Mask of Matches Malone!"||Michael Chang||Gail Simone|| September 25, 2010|
December 5, 2011 (iTunes)
Teaser: Batman joins forces with Black Orchid as they both fight the seductive, but dangerous, Poison Ivy, along with her henchwomen.
|44||18||"Menace of the Madniks!"||Michael Goguen||Jim Krieg|| October 2, 2010|
October 15, 2010
Teaser: Batman teams up with the Haunted Tank to fight Ma Murder and her gang.|
Main Plot: Following a fight with the Madniks, Booster Gold misses his late old friend Ted Kord so he travels back in time to hang with him. His time traveling to help Blue Beetle stop the Madniks soon changes the present when the effects of the Quark Pistol that Booster Gold blew up causes the Madniks to become energy-draining monsters. Batman and Booster Gold must fix the timeline and get one last adventure in with Blue Beetle before he passes on.
|45||19||"Emperor Joker!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching|| October 9, 2010|
October 22, 2010
Teaser: From the files of the Bat-Computer, Batman and Robin battle Firefly and his Rainbow Creature in a homage to Detective Comics issue #241 and Batman issue #134.|
Main Plot: After Batman defeats Ten-Eyed Man during a jewelry theft, Bat-Mite gives his powers to the Joker by mistake. He uses his new gifts to remake the world in his own image and starts killing Batman and bringing him back to life over and over again. At the same time, Bat-Mite develops a crush on Harley Quinn and vice versa.
|46||20||"The Criss Cross Conspiracy!"||Michael Chang||Marsha Griffin|| October 29, 2010|
October 30, 2010
Teaser: Batman and the Atom end up fighting Bug-Eyed Bandit and gain the unexpected help of Aquaman.|
Main Plot: Batwoman comes out of retirement when she sees an opportunity for revenge against the Riddler for humiliating her ten years ago during his fight with Batman and Robin in which he unmasked her. In order to get back at him, she hires the sorcerer Felix Faust to swap her body with Batman's body following his fights with Spinner and Tiger Shark. Batman brings Nightwing and Batgirl to help out.
|47||21||"The Plague of the Prototypes!"||Michael Goguen||Dean Stephan||November 5, 2010||221||S02E21|
Teaser: Batman travels back to World War II and fights alongside Sgt. Rock and the G.I. Robot.
|48||22||"Cry Freedom Fighters!"||Ben Jones||Thomas Pugsley & Steven Melching||November 12, 2010||222||S02E22|
Teaser: Stargirl ends up teaming up with the Blue Beetle to fight Mantis when Batman is busy.
|49||23||"The Knights of Tomorrow!"||Michael Chang||Todd Casey & Jake Black||November 19, 2010||223||S02E23|
Teaser: The Question, under Batman's guidance, dodges Kalibak and the Parademons on Apokolips when gathering information on Darkseid's plans to invade Earth.|
Main Plot: In Batman's future, Batman retires and marries Catwoman with whom he has a son named Damian Wayne while Dick Grayson has become the new Batman. When the Joker who claims to be the old Jokers son, a reluctant Damian will have to assume his deceased parents' legacy by becoming the new Robin to stop them. It turns out that the events of the episode were part of a book that Alfred Pennyworth was writing.
|50||24||"Darkseid Descending!"||Michael Goguen||Paul Giacoppo||December 3, 2010||224||S02E24|
Teaser: Batman helps Firestorm take down Ronnie Raymond's crazed super-powered ex-girlfriend Killer Frost when she crashes his class.|
Main Plot: Batman assembles the Justice League International (consisting of Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Guy Gardner, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Fire and Ice) to prepare for the invasion of Darkseid.
|51||25||"Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!"||Ben Jones||Paul Dini|| January 19, 2011|
April 1, 2011
Teaser: A recreation of the Mad magazine parody "Bat Boy and Rubin", as the title characters try to solve a wave of murders.
|52||26||"The Malicious Mr. Mind!"||Michael Chang & Michael Goguen||Dani Michaeli|| January 20, 2011|
April 8, 2011
Teaser: Batman, Kamandi and Dr. Canus battle Misfit in modern day Gotham City, while also searching for the ancient artifact that they need in order to beat him.
Season 3 (2011)
Episodes are listed in order by production code; for the order by air date, see television order.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|53||1||"Joker: The Vile and the Villainous!"||Ben Jones||Jim Krieg||April 15, 2011||301||S03E01|
Teaser: Joker travels to the future and helps the Misfit defeat Kamandi and take over Tiger City's Omega Warhead. After taking over Tiger City the Joker activates the warhead destroying the Earth.
|54||2||"Shadow of the Bat!"||Michael Goguen||J.M. DeMatteis||April 22, 2011||302||S03E02|
Teaser: From the files of the Bat-Computer, Batman and Robin in jungle-based outfits end up fighting Catwoman and her pet black panther Hecate in Africa. Batman and Robin are also assisted by Bat-Ape.|
Main plot: Batman is assisted in chasing down the vampire Dala by Etrigan the Demon, but ends up getting bitten. Though he tries fighting off the hunger, Batman ends up feeding on Black Mask and Alfred. Seeing as there is no way to suppress his hunger, Batman decides to feed on the Justice League International. Though they put up a good fight, all but Martian Manhunter become vampires as well. Luckily, Etrigan comes to help, allowing Martian Manhunter to orbit the base close enough to the sun to incinerate the vampires. Batman awakens from this to see that he was just having a huge hallucination caused by venom in Dala's bite for Batman never became a vampire.
|55||3||"Night of the Batmen!"||Ben Jones||Paul Giacoppo||April 29, 2011||303||S03E03|
Teaser: Batman and The Vigilante have a showdown against some gangsters, and Vigilante sings throughout the fight.
|56||4||"Scorn of the Star Sapphire!"||Michael Goguen||J.M. DeMatteis|| July 26, 2011|
September 16, 2011
Teaser: Wonder Woman comes in to defeat Baroness Paula Von Gunther and her army of robots, as well as to save Batman and Col. Steve Trevor.
|57||5||"Battle of the Superheroes!"||Ben Jones||Steven Melching||March 25, 2011||305||S03E05|
Teaser: From the files of the Bat-Computer, Batman and Robin fight King Tut while wearing a special mummified uniform as Vicki Vale watches and take photographs.
|58||6||"Time Out for Vengeance!"||Michael Goguen||J.M. DeMatteis|| July 28, 2011|
September 23, 2011
Teaser: The Creeper cheers on and helps Batman when he's fighting Hellgrammite. Afterwards, Creeper leaves to evade the arriving police officers.
|59||7||"Sword of the Atom!"||Ben Jones||Thomas Pugsley & Steven Melching|| July 29, 2011|
September 30, 2011
Teaser: Aquaman does a musical number in a spoof of a 1950s sitcom called "The Currys of Atlantis". This teaser features Aquaman's entire family, including his wife and Aqualad as well as Black Manta. In the sitcom, Aquaman forgets about his wife's anniversary on the day he's supposed to fight crime with Batman. The opening theme song sung by Aquaman is a parody of the main theme for the 1966–67 Phyllis Diller series "The Pruitts of Southampton."
|60||8||"Triumvirate of Terror!"||Michael Goguen||Paul Giacoppo|| August 1, 2011|
October 7, 2011
Teaser: The Justice League International (which includes Robin, Kid Flash, Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, Aquaman, Booster Gold, Plastic Man and Green Arrow) plays a game of baseball against the Legion of Doom (consisting of Lex Luthor, Joker, Cheetah, Weather Wizard, Felix Faust, and Amazo) with Jimmy Olsen as the host.
|61||9||"Bold Beginnings!"||Ben Jones||Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, & Steven Melching|| August 2, 2011|
October 14, 2011
Teaser: Batman and Space Ghost team up to save Jan, Jace, and Blip from Creature King.|
Main Plot: When Green Arrow, Plastic Man, and Aquaman are captured by Mr. Freeze, they reminisce about the early days of their careers when they first worked with Batman against the Cavalier and Ruby Ryder, Baby-Face and his crew, and Black Manta.
|62||10||"Powerless!"||Michael Goguen||Greg Weisman, Todd Casey, & Kevin Hopps|| August 5, 2011|
October 21, 2011
Teaser: The Jokers of All Nations gatecrash the headquarters of the Batmen of All Nations in a bid to destroy them all.|
Main Plot: Captain Atom, the newest member of the Justice League International, is drained of his powers when the team takes on his old enemy Major Force. As the League try to stop the villain's rampage, Captain Atom struggles to fit in without powers.
|63||11||"Crisis: 22,300 Miles Above Earth!"||Michael Goguen||Steven Melching|| August 3, 2011|
October 28, 2011
Teaser: Joker, Penguin, Grodd, Kite Man, Black Manta, Two-Face, Gentleman Ghost, Mr. Freeze, Riddler, Poison Ivy, Clock King, and Solomon Grundy conduct a roast of Batman and Jeffrey Ross is brought in as the star guest, Jeffrey distracts the villains while Batman escapes from the death trap leaving the Dark Knight free to take down his enemies.|
Main plot: The Justice League International host a party on the Watchtower for themselves and the Justice Society of America, but the two teams fail to get along and a brawl breaks out. Meanwhile, Batman attempts to stop Ra's al Ghul's latest scheme but runs into trouble.
|64||12||"Four Star Spectacular!"||Ben Jones||Matt Youngberg, Ben Jones, Stephen DeStefano, & Adam Van Wyk|| August 8, 2011|
November 4, 2011
A compilation of four short stories written and storyboarded by the show's directors. Batman appears as a cameo and a secondary character in all shorts:
Adam Strange in Worlds War – Having picked up an anniversary gift for Alanna on Earth, Adam Strange spots that the zeta beams are firing everywhere in erratic fashion and learns that Kanjar Ro (who is attempting to destroy Rann and take over the universe) is responsible.
Mazing Man in Kitty Catastrophe – Mazing Man cat-sits for a couple while they are out, but inadvertently causes extreme damage to their home.The Creature Commandos in The War That Time Forgot – In the year 1943, the Creature Commandos go to Dinosaur Island to investigate the disappearances of some of the Allies, including Batman, and end up confronting the brains behind the plan: the Ultra-Humanite.
|65||13||"Mitefall!"||Ben Jones||Paul Dini|| August 4, 2011|
November 18, 2011
Teaser: In the year 1865, in a parallel universe known as 5501, Batman helps foil an assassination attempt on the life of President Abraham Lincoln by a steampunk armored John Wilkes Booth.|
Main Plot: Bat-Mite has grown weary of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, deeming its formula to be tired and repetitive, so he concocts a scheme to make it so bad that the network will have to cancel the show to make way for a darker one. Can Ambush Bug thwart his plan (saving Batman, Aquaman and everyone else) before it's too late?
Special Guest Stars: Paul Reubens as Batmite, Henry Winkler as Ambush Bug, Ted McGinley as the new voice of Aquaman.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Release date|
|"Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold"||Jake Castorena||Paul Giacoppo||January 6, 2018|
|This film is a crossover with Scooby-Doo. The Mystery Inc. gang are recruited by Batman to join his team of fellow detectives in Gotham City, in order to help solve an old cold case related to the sudden emergence of a mysterious new villain called the Crimson Cloak.|
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold
- List of Batman: The Brave and the Bold characters
- The Brave and the Bold
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- Season 1 Episode Guide at TV.com
- Season 2 Episode Guide at TV.com
- Season 3 Episode Guide at TV.com
- Season 1 Episode Guide at The World's Finest
- Season 2 Episode Guide at The World's Finest
- Season 3 Episode Guide at The World's Finest
- Season 1 Episode Guide at IGN
- Season 2 Episode Guide at IGN
- Season 3 Episode Guide at IGN
- Full Episode Guide at IMDb