Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Season 3 Episode 7

Scorn of the Star Sapphire!

Aired Friday 7:00 PM Sep 16, 2011 on Cartoon Network
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Batman and Hal Jordan team up to take on the latter's female nemesis, Star Sapphire.

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  • Wonder Woman makes her official debut and Hal Jordan has to face Star Sapphire.

    I liked the opening, especially the Wonder Woman music in the background, and heck, just seeing Wonder Woman make her official starring debut in a Brave and the Bold episode, the action was cool and the villains were as well, though I am getting a bit tired of these stereotypical nazi villains with their stereotypical accents, I hate Steve Rogers, he was obnoxious in the Wonder Woman movie, and not much has changed here, well, actually they intentionally amp up his annoying persona, but he was only given limited screentime, so I tolerated him more here than I did in the Wonder Woman DTV movie. The main episode is decent enough, though we've seen much better this season. Green Lantern, Hal Jordan gets his own episode, good, I was getting a tad fed up with Guy Gardner's moronic "in your face" personality. We also see Star Sapphire, so was the beginning taking place after the events at the end, or was it simply beginning with the end fight with Star Sapphire, there were some other confusing moments in the episode, I knew who Star Sapphire really is, and the red herring didn't fool me, so you're just waiting for the action since "the big surprise" is pretty obvious even to those who's not familiar with Green Lantern.

    Michael Jai White, who was Spawn, the only thing that movie got right, voices Tattooed Man, and he is very cool, him and the character, despite only having a few lines and the action scene is pretty entertaining, the fight at the end is better but I somehow expected more, remember the awesome action in "Revenge of the Reach!", whenever I see Green Lantern I expect creative use of the ring that makes for memorable battles, this one was merely good. I thought the ending was clicheed, oh, the posessed person fights with herself to regain control over her body, we've all seen that a gazillion times. I like Green Lantern, and I am looking forward to the upcoming live action movie, but this episode, while perfectly decent and enjoyable, is not among the better episodes and I won't be rewatching it again and again like many others from the series.moreless
Michael Jai White

Michael Jai White

Tattooed Man

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Loren Lester

Loren Lester

Green Lantern

Guest Star

Vicki Lewis

Vicki Lewis

Star Sapphire/Wonder Woman

Guest Star

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