Batman: The Animated Series

Prophecy of Doom

Season 1, Ep 22, Aired 10/6/92
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  • Episode Description
  • Batman infiltrates a cult that is stealing from Bruce Wayne's wealthy friends.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

    Alfred Pennyworth

  • Kevin Conroy

    Bruce Wayne / Batman

  • Dennis Marks (I)

  • Sean Catherine Derek

  • Frank Paur

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Prophecy Of Doom

    By tarafan2, Jun 11, 2013

  • This episode is not that great, but still is better than the way people teat it

    By Darknight57, Mar 28, 2006

  • An Interesting Episode

    By Silvermoth, Apr 08, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Lucas: You're about to fall out of orbit, Batman!

    • Alfred: You gave him ten million dollars, sir!? To think I was fretting over the electric bill.

    • Nostromos: That which you seek and cannot find is the seeker. You are merely the eye trying to view itself. Bruce: This is awfully deep.

    Notes (1)

    • This episode is episode 19 on the Batman: The Animated Series Volume 1 DVD.

    Trivia (1)

    • When Bruce was in the falling elevator, was he wearing his Batman costume underneath his business suit? He evidently wasn't carrying it in a briefcase or similar, as can be seen from previous shots.

    Allusions (2)

    • Bruce: "As The Bard said, 'The fault lies not in the stars, but in ourselves'" 'The Bard' that Bruce quoted is William Shakespeare. It was a line from his tragedy Julius Caesar.

    • Nostradamus The character Nostromos is a reference to Nostradamus (1503-1566) the French doctor and astrologer who wrote Centuries, a famous collection of prophecies published in 1555. The prophecies in Centuries appear in four-line rhyming verses called quatrains. In vague language, they describe events from the mid-1500s up to the end of the world, which is predicted to happen in AD 3797. Many people have interpreted the prophecies in Centuries, connecting certain ones with events that have taken place since Nostradamus's time. The name "Nostradamus" is a Latinized version of his original name, Michel de Nostredame.

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