Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Season 2 Episode 8

A Bat Divided!

Aired Friday 7:00 PM Feb 05, 2010 on Cartoon Network

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Batman is split into three separate aspects of his personality.

    This was a fantastic episode. I laughed a lot during it.

    The intro was great. Man is Booster Gold an idiot. It was nice to see Riddler for the first time.

    The highlight of the episode of course was Batman being split into three parts. Dietrich Bader pulls it off fantastically. Science Batman was a total nerd and spoke like one. Angry Batman was violent and was ready to fight any villain he can find. Slacker Batman was the highlight thought. So much fun seeing Batman act like a stoner. I'm not familiar with firestorm or Dr. Eks, but both made for a fun episode.

    I had lots of fun with this episode and that is what matters in the end.
  • Slacker Batman is awesome.

    Slacker Batman is hilarious, watching Batman act like a completely dim, nacho-eating stoner was fantastic. I loved this episode, I have the utmost respect for the guys behind this show. James Tucker, I salute thee. The bar scene with the most obscure of obscure Batman villains, my jaw dropped in awe. Eraserhead and Mr. Camera, it just made my day. It's almost too bad that this scene and the three split Batmen outshine Firestorm, which is introduced. But he was cool as well. Dr. Ecks and Double X was a great villain, voiced by Slade himself, Ron Perlman.

    This episode is another one of those home runs that this show manages to do every once a while, it's a perfect match of comedy and action, and I loved it. The greatest line so far in the show is now "Batman does not eat nachos!" A nice, friendly jab at The Batman's nacho eating Bruce Wayne. Funny stuff, Slacker Batman had a bunch of great lines. This episode is said to have Diedrich Bader's favorite movie line, couldn't quite figure out what line this is. I can only guess it's "groovy" uttered by Slacker Batman, referencing Ash from the Evil Dead trilogy. Anyway, this is an amazing episode.
  • WRONG!!!

    Ok! first off That is NOT how firestorm was initially created and i have no idea who those 2 were that did become the schizophrenic candlestick!!(rotflmao) (i can however appreciate the humor in this episode) But Firestorm was created by a nuclear explosion set by anti-nuclear protesters... The 2 people who manifested into the 1st Firestorm were Ronnie Raymond(high school student) and Professor Martin Stein(nobel prize winning physicist)the same accident/explosion also created Multiplex a.k.a. Danton Black one of Flameheads more persistent enemies. I am a huge fan of Firestorm: the nuclear man, yes, i've read every single comic regarding him.
    So please everyone out there who has watched this out there don't think that Firestorm is actually like that though they did get his transmutation abilities and fusion burst right they also did a great job with his hair. Though barring the massive continuity flubs regarding this episode it was still entertaining to watchbut not at all on the ball so to speak.