Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Season 1 Episode 10

The Eyes of Despero!

Aired Friday 7:00 PM Feb 06, 2009 on Cartoon Network
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After a battle with Dr. Fate, Batman teams up with three Green Lanterns, past and present, when the alien dictator Despero plans to mind control the Green Lantern Corps and use them as a conquering army.

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  • "On Arbor Day or harvest moon, no weasel shall escape my...spoon?"

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    This was a great episode. The opening with Dr. Fate was pretty cool, but not that special. The rest of the episode on the other hand, was one of the best ones yet. After a very brief fight with Cavalier, Batman is taken to space in order to help Guy Gardner, Sinestro and G'Nort defeat Despero. Despero's design wasn't that cool. But he was voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson, who of course provides a very dark, powerful voice to the baddie. Sinestro was cool, but come on, we all knew he would turn against his team in the end. Guy Gardner and G'Nort, didn't bother me at all. I expected them to be very annoying. But they weren't. G'Nort was awesome, and hilarious. Guy Gardner got, as John Witherspoon would've put it, knocked know the rest. This was the funniest part, and showed that Batman has zero tolerance towards his whining.

    Batman's GL suit, how should I describe it? Hmmm, shall I use the word "awesome" perhaps? Yeah, that seems fitting, okay, it was AWESOME! But really, G'Nort stole the show. I would've liked to see more teamwork in the episode. But oh well. Next week...ah, man, it's the Terrible Trio. Will they finally be featured in an episode that's actually good? Who knows? Find out next week.moreless
Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis

Dr. Fate, Cavalier

Guest Star

Loren Lester

Loren Lester

Hal Jordan

Guest Star

Alexander Polinsky

Alexander Polinsky


Guest Star

James Arnold Taylor

James Arnold Taylor

Guy Gardner

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